Bachelor's Degree   Kabul, Afghanistan Full Time 845
Date Posted:Oct 13, 2018
Reference:23
Closing Date:Oct 17, 2018
Work Type:Full Time
Number of Vacancies:1
Gender:Any
Functional Area:Government
Nationality:Afghan
Salary Range:As per NTA salary scale policy
Years of Experience:5 Years
Contract Duration: Unspecified
Extension Possibility:No
Contract Type:Contractor
Probation Period:12 months
Required Languages:96,90,66

About Afghanistan Civil Aviation Authority:

Afghanistan Civil Aviation Authority is a government agency, and Afghanistan Civil Aviation Authority (ACAA) was recently established based on the newly approved Civil Aviation Law (CAL) as an independent authority to manage the Civil Aviation Activities in the country. The Civil Aviation Law was endorsed by Parliament in October 2012 and approved by H.E. President Hamid Karzai in December 2012, and following the presidential confirmation, it was published in the official gazette of the Ministry of Justice in January 2013. The ACAA is now functioning independently under its approved structure.

Job Summary:

Safety inspectors should be competent to carry out the tasks assigned to him/her and that he/she is aware of the consequence of their actions for aviation safety.
Ideally, a CAA inspector should be at least as qualified as the personnel to be inspected or supervised.
To carry out in-flight inspections, a CAA inspector should be qualified on the type of aircraft concerned or on a type of aircraft with similar operational characteristics, and also possess appropriate route experience. However, it is recognized that although a CAA inspector should be qualified on either the type of aircraft flown or on a similar type of aircraft, it cannot be expected that in all cases the CAA inspector would possess the same level of flying experience on that type as the person under inspection or, in the case of operator fleets with multiple types, that the inspector should be qualified on all types. Furthermore, in the case of route inspections, an inspector cannot be expected to possess actual flying experience on all of the routes on which inspections are conducted. The CAA inspector should, however, at least be experienced on comparable routes and be adequately briefed on the particular route under inspection.
Inspectors may obtain aircraft type qualifications through courses conducted by aircraft manufacturers, approved flight schools or airline operators' training courses. As a general rule, it is not desirable for the CAA inspector to obtain qualifications from an operator under the CAA inspectional jurisdiction.
The maintenance of an inspector's pilot qualifications may, if necessary, be carried out using approved flight simulation training devices when such a procedure is approved by the DGCA. The satisfactory execution of the various functions of the CAA inspectorate depends on the qualifications, experience, competence, and dedication of individual inspectors. In addition to the crucial importance of technical competency in performing certification, inspection and surveillance functions, it is likewise critical that inspectors possess a high degree of integrity, are impartial in carrying out their tasks, are tactful, have a good understanding of human nature and are able to get along well with people. Persons subject to oversight by inspectors are often apprehensive and sensitive to perceived intrusions by CAA representatives into what they consider their own domain. Such apprehension or resentment can usually be reduced or overcome when the inspectors responsible for oversight take care to explain that their objective is to assist rather than hinder and that their oversight activities are being carried.
High level of expertise, the net result of such training is better job performance and greater respect from the operator.

Skills Required:

Not available

Requires travel to provinces:

No

Skills Description:


A broad air transport background of five years or more.

Experience with the problems of operating or maintaining transport aircraft.

Meteorological and climatological knowledge and experience.

Experience in technical training including visual aids, training devices, and aircraft flight simulation-training devices.

A reputation for possessing qualities of initiative, tact, tolerancePossessand patience.

Possess a bachelor degree preferably in aviation.

Duties & Responsibilities:

Qualifications of Operation Inspector;

A broad air transport background of five years or more.

Experience with the problems of operating or maintaining transport aircraft.

Meteorological and climatological knowledge and experience.

Experience in technical training including visual aids, training devices, and aircraft flight simulation-training devices.

A reputation for possessing qualities of initiative, tact, tolerance, and patience.

Possess a bachelor degree preferably in aviation.

Fluent in English (speaking, reading and writing) and to possess at least ICAO English Proficiency Level-4.

Should have extensive operational experience, generally not less than 3 000 hours as a pilot-in-command of civil or military air transport aircraft

A CAA inspector conducting line or flight crew licensing checks should be required to hold a current airline transport pilot license (ATPL).

Persons seeking a position, as a flight operations inspector should have held previous appointments either in operational management, as an airline pilot and designated examiner, or training instructor, or as a military pilot where equivalent experience in air transport operations would have ,.

Candidate’s age should not exceed 45 years.

And experience in auditing techniques. Manual of Procedures for Operations Inspection, Certification, and Continued Surveillance.

Job Location:

Afghanistan, Kabul

Qualifications:

Education/Experience/Language Requirements:

Meteorological and climatological knowledge and experience.

And experience in auditing techniques. Manual of Procedures for Operations Inspection, Certification, and Continued Surveillance.

Candidate’s age should not exceed 45 years.

A broad air transport background of five years or more

Possess a bachelor degree preferably in aviation.

Fluent in English (speaking, reading and writing) and to possess at least ICAO English Proficiency Level-4.

Job Keywords:

acaa
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