1. Director Of Safety Regulation
The Irish Aviation Authority oversees the safety and security of Irish Civil Aviation, provides air trafficmanagement (ATM) services in Irish airspace and at State Airports and communication services on the Eastern North Atlantic. The IAA receives no funding from the State and circa 80% of our income is earned from international business.
The Authority is dedicated to providing a working environment that encourages high performance,is developmental and supportive for all our people and committed to maintaining and improving services to our customers on a cost effective and efficient basis while prioritising Ireland’s excellent aviation safety record.
We wish to recruit a Director of Safety Regulation. The successful candidate, who will be a member of the Executive Group, will be responsible for the efficient and effective management of the Safety Regulation Directorate and will play a key role in regulating Civil Aviation standards; maintaining all national and international standards as required; developing divisional strategy and planning for future safety developments.
Ideally the candidate should have an appropriate third level qualification; possess detailed knowledge of safety regulation within the aviation sector; have significant experience and knowledge of EU, national and international safety regulatory legislation and standards. Candidates should have at least 15 years working within the Aviation Industry, with at least five years working at a senior level, as well as a clear understanding of the international regulatory environment.
A Job Description can be obtained here.
If you have the necessary skills and competencies for this position then we would like to hear from you.
For general queries, please contact Brendan Mulligan at +353 1 603 1535, e-mail email@example.com.
Applications, including details of career to date and a brief outline of how your skillset meets the requirements for the position, should be sent in strict confidence to:
Director Human Resources,
Irish Aviation Authority,
The Times Building,
11-12 D’Olier Street,
To arrive not later than 5.30 pm on Friday 27th February 2015.
The Irish Aviation Authority is committed to a policy of equal opportunity.
Canvassing will disqualify.
2. Clerical Assistant (Purchasing Assistant)
The Authority wishes to recruit a Clerical Assistant to our Purchasing Unit. The main responsibilities of this role are to support the operation of the Purchasing Order System.
The ideal candidate will have experience with financial management systems, records management systems and business management systems. Excellent skills in data entry and Microsoft Office Applications (particularly WORD, EXCEL, ACCESS AND SHAREPOINT) are also a requisite.
A job description and person specification can be obtained here.
The closing date for receipt of applications is 17:30hrs on Thursday 5th March 2015.
Please apply via e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
For enquiries please contact Kay Cooling at +353 1 6031535.
The Irish Aviation Authority is committed to a policy of equal opportunity