Graduate Trainees – Air Traffic Controllers (no working experience) at Kenya Civil Aviation Authority

On Friday, October 25th, 2013

Kenya Civil Aviation Authority is a State Corporation under the Ministry of Transport & Infrastructure, established under the Civil Aviation Act 2013. 

The Authority which has a mandate “to develop, regulate and manage a safe, efficient and effective Civil Aviation System in Kenya” and a vision “to be a model of excellence in Civil Aviation” is seeking to recruit fresh graduates as Air Traffic Controllers – Trainees. 

The course will be conducted at East African School of Aviation (EASA) Embakasi, Nairobi and will include on-job training at any of KCAA manned Airports.

The ideal candidates should possess the following qualifications:
  • A first degree from a recognized university
  • ‘O’ Level certificate of at least mean grade c+ with grades (C+ and above) in English, Geography, Mathematics and or Physics.
Additionally, the candidates will be required to:
  • Pass an aptitude test for Air Traffic Controllers
  • Pass ICAO Class II medical Test
  • Be aged between 18 and 28 years
Note: the opportunity is open to both male and female candidates who have recently completed their studies and have no working experience. 
No salary will be payable during the entire training period.

Interested candidates should submit their applications attaching copies of relevant certificates, testimonials and a detailed updated curriculum vitae, giving among others, details of day time contacts and full contact of three professional referees to the address below, to be received not later than 7th November 2013. 
Female candidates are encouraged to apply. 
Kenya Civil Aviation Authority is an equal opportunity employer.

The Director General
Kenya Civil Aviation Authority
KAA Complex – JKIA
P. O. BOX 30163 – 00100

Only shortlisted Candidates will be contacted.
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