유엔세계식량계획 (The United Nations World Food Programme) Aviation Officer 채용
유엔세계식량계획(WFP)에서는아래와같이한국인Aviation Officer를채용하고자합니다. WFP 서울사무소에서서류심사를실시하여자격조건이되시는 후보자들을 WFP 본부로전달할예정이며많은지원부탁드립니다.
1. 모집내용 :
Aviation Officer – Consultancy Contract
영어 상급 및 프랑스어 중급 이상
항공 관련 자격증 보유자
*상세한사항은 Terms of Reference (클릭) 참조
2. 지원방법 : 제출서류 (영문 이력서 및 영문 커버레터, 관련 어학시험 성적표, 항공 관련 자격증)를 firstname.lastname@example.org로 이메일 발송 (기관 및 학교 메일은 WFP 메일주소와 호환되지 않는 경우가 있어서 개인 메일 사용 권장)
3. 마감기한 : 2018년 4월 8일(일) 자정
- 서류 합격자에 한하여 개별 연락
Job Listing: Aviation Officer - Consultancy Contract
The United Nations World Food Programme is the world's largest humanitarian agency fighting hunger worldwide. The mission of WFP is to help the world achieve Zero Hunger in our lifetimes. Every day, WFP works worldwide to ensure that no child goes to bed hungry and that the poorest and most vulnerable, particularly women and children, can access the nutritious food they need.
In emergencies, WFP gets food to where it is needed, saving the lives of victims of war, civil conflict and natural disasters.
After an emergency, WFP uses food to help communities rebuild their shattered lives. On average, WFP reaches more than 80 million people with food assistance in 75 countries each year. The organization has the global footprint, deep field presence and local knowledge and relationships necessary to provide access to nutritious food and contribute to the lasting solutions, especially in many of the world’s most remote and fragile areas.
1. In the performance of his/her function, the Air Transfer Officer (ATO):
a. Reports to the Chief Air Transport Officer (CATO);
b. Advises WFP Country Directors (CD), Regional Directors and the Heads of “Client Agencies” on matters pertaining to aircraft operations; and
c. Liaises with regional and country aviation authorities and agencies, AOC holders and other HAS Air Transport Officers.
2 Administratively, the ATO reports to the CATO if deployed in the same base, otherwise to the WFP CD or Head of Area Office of the host CO/AO who provides the logistics and management support services.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
1 In respect to his/her service management responsibilities, the ATO:
a. Establish and maintain an organization capable of administering the provision of a safe, economical, efficient and effective air transportation service for the movement of passengers and cargo.
b. Ensures that adequate administrative and logistics support arrangements are made for the execution of air operations;
c. Ensures that all contractual provisions and obligations are satisfied and produces contract performance reports;
d. Analyses voyage reports submitted by aircraft commanders after completion of tasks and provides advice to movements planners;
e. Performs risk assessments prior to the tasking of aircraft and keeps all personnel informed of the actual and potential hazards and causes of accidents/incidents;
f. Plans, arranges and coordinates the provision of technical and operational support for air transport service operations;
g. Manages the budget, accounts for expenditure, prepares budget submissions and performance reports;
h. Assist and advise Country Office in determining its air transport need and design a scheduled service that will cater to needs, to the extent possible, without compromising safety, efficiencies and economies;
i. Periodically review and analyze route structures, aircraft payload, cargo traffic statistics to assess viability of routes and service improvements;
j. Produce an annual financial summary on operational expenditure statement to monitor financial performance of the operation;
k. Perform any other duties as formally requested by Chief Aviation Section.
2 In respect to his/her safety responsibilities, the ATO:
a. Ensures that an adequate and efficient safety organization is maintained throughout the designated Area of Operation;
b. Establishes and maintains an effective and efficient flight operations management system for flight following and search and rescue;
c. Liaise and advises the appropriate authorities on all safety matters and recommends remedial measures to counter actual or potential causes of aviation accidents/incidents;
d. Monitors all techniques and aircraft types for potential safety hazards;
e. Monitors action taken on all aircraft accidents/incidents and provides specialist knowledge inquiries when required;
f. Records and provides statistical analysis of aircraft accidents/incidents; and
g. Propagates safety publicity, education and dissemination of information.
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
a. Hold or has held a Commercial Pilot License, Navigator License, Air Traffic Control License, Flight Operations Officer License or Loadmaster Certification (or equivalent).
b. Have had a minimum of 5 years’ experience in the aviation industry; and
c. Have held a supervisory or management position in air operations and has successfully completed an Aviation Safety Management course or equivalent.
d. Fluent in English Language (Level C) and intermediate in French (Level B).
DEADLINE FOR APPLIACATIONS
24:00, 8 April 2018
Only short-listed candidates will be contacted for interviews.
Application (Resume, Cover Letter, applicable English /French Test Score Report, and Aviation-related License) via email, to email@example.com (Pre-screening by WFP Korea Office) is required
Applicants are encouraged to use their personal email account, rather than a school or work-based account to ensure delivery of the application to the WFP email account.