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Saturday, August 29, 2015

MAKS-2015 Airshow

Russian Arms Deals At International Aviation and Space Event Near Moscow



Russia’s largest defense air show moved into its exhibition phase Friday after wrapping up four days of business near Moscow for the country’s defense and commercial aviation sectors. The International Aviation and Space Salon, a biennial event also known as MAKS, witnessed billion-dollar defense deals, while commercial airlines saw a dramatic decline in deals from two years earlier.
The biggest deal of the event was when Russian defense company United Aircraft Corporation signed a $1.5 billion deal with the Russian Air Force for 48 Su-35 Sukhoi jet fighters.

“This order is very important for us,” UAC President Yury Slyusar told Tass, the Russian government-backed news agency. “It demonstrates that the first order was completed, and that the military is satisfied with the performance of the planes.”

Tuesday, August 25, 2015

Dubai Duty Free Job Openings August


  • Sales Assistant
  • Warehouse Assistant
Employing 6,000 Staff, 50 Nationalities.


Dubai Duty Free currently employs 6,000 staff of 50 different nationalities and is one of the premier “employers of choice” in the UAE. This is evidenced by the fact that the company received more than 81,500 unsolicited job applications during the last year-online jobs without investment.The company has a long standing policy of “promotion from within”, resulting in only two entry-level positions being recruited for externally – Sales Assistant in the Retail Operations area and Stores Assistant in the Warehouse environment.

All other back-office support functions (Marketing, HR, Finance, Purchasing, IT, secretarial, etc) and supervisory positions are recruited and developed internally, while the vast majority of managerial level vacancies are also filled from inside the organisation. This policy provides for the maximum possible career growth and development opportunities for Dubai Duty Free staff and is one of the reasons why the company has an enviable staff turnover ratio and high levels of employee loyalty and commitment.

The Company welcomes candidates of any and every nationality and is proud of its non-discriminatory promotion, career development and compensation practices, particularly with regard to nationality and gender. “Cultural diversity” training is one of the compulsory early training events for any new employee. The company provides competitive compensation and benefits, while the remuneration system is reviewed on an ongoing basis to ensure the company is able to attract and retain the right caliber of employee-online jobs without investment

The internal advancement policy is supported by a very active training and development infrastructure, including an E-Learning facility where 30 different training programs are available. Some of these are compulsory when transferred or promoted to certain positions, while many staff elect to complete programs of their choice through the Internet from their place of residence or dedicated facilities in the company offices and accommodations.

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Saturday, August 22, 2015

Ethihad Airways Job Openings



Etihad Airways was established by Royal (Amiri) Decree in July 2003. It commenced operations in November 2003 and has developed into one of the fastest growing airlines in the history of commercial aviation.

  • Head of Guest
Defining a suite of competitive products and services for major customer segments of Etihad, that differentiate and position Etihad brand.
Definition of service design and presentation / delivery requirements for all customer facing staff in airports and on board the aircraft, to deliver the brand.
Define the Duty Free range and achieve the agreed Duty Free revenue targets.


Develop and implement Etihad lounge strategy, that further strengthens the Etihad brand.
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  • Senior Manager Occupational Safety and Health
Establishing, leading and directing the Occupational Health & Safety Management System, inclusive of defining the minimum standards for Etihad Airways and all Etihad entities in the UAE and equity partners, as deemed necessary; developing policies for all ETIHAD entities and procedures for Etihad Airways, ensuring compliance, as required, by all statutory authorities in the UAE.

Providing advice for outstations on minimum level of compliance required to be achieved on the global network in relation to occupational health & safety standards.
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  • Aircraft Engineer - B2
Strictly comply with safety procedures while working within the vicinity of the aircraft to protect self and others and prevent damage to the aircraft and its equipment. Be proactively involved in all Health and Safety matters.

Ensures that maintenance and ground handling is carried out in accordance with GCAA regulations and to the highest aviation industry standards and best practices, in accordance with all relevant technical data (e.g instructions laid down in the aircraft approved documents), and all approved company procedures. Maintain a ‘FOD’ free working area and clean up working area before and after work.
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  • Aricraft Engineer - B1
Strictly comply with safety procedures while working within the vicinity of the aircraft to protect self and others and prevent damage to the aircraft and its equipment. Be proactively involved in all Health and Safety matters.

Ensures that maintenance and ground handling is carried out in accordance with GCAA regulations and to the highest aviation industry standards and best practices, in accordance with all relevant technical data (e.g instructions laid down in the aircraft approved documents), and all approved company procedures. Maintain a ‘FOD’ free working area and clean up working area before and after work.
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  • Line Maintenance Mechanic
Strictly comply with safety procedures while working within the vicinity of the aircraft to protect self and others and prevent damage to the aircraft and its equipment. Be proactively involved in all Health and Safety matters.

Ensures that ground handling is carried out in accordance with GCAA regulations and to the highest aviation industry standards and best practices, in accordance with all relevant technical data (e.g instructions laid down in the aircraft approved documents), and all approved company procedures. Maintain a ‘FOD’ free working area and clean up working area before and after work.
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  • Aircraft Technician
Strictly comply with safety procedures while working within the vicinity of the aircraft to protect self and others and prevent damage to the aircraft and its equipment. Be proactively involved in all Health and Safety matters.
Ensures that maintenance and ground handling is carried out in accordance with GCAA regulations and to the highest aviation industry standards and best practices, in accordance with all relevant technical data (e.g instructions laid down in the aircraft approved documents), and all approved company procedures. Maintain a ‘FOD’ free working area and clean up working area before and after work.

Inform and consult with a supervising LAE to maintain a complete overview of aircraft maintenance.
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  • Store and Purchasing Administrator
Strict compliance with all regulations and standards in handling and storage of all store aircraft components, consumables, tools and equipment.

Inspect incoming parts and components ensuring complete documentation as per regulations, reporting damage and discrepancies for safety, accounting, reimbursement and record-keeping purposes.
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  • Aircraft Technician
Strictly comply with safety procedures while working within the vicinity of the aircraft to protect self and others and prevent damage to the aircraft and its equipment. Be proactively involved in all Health and Safety matters.

Ensures that maintenance and ground handling is carried out in accordance with GCAA regulations and to the highest aviation industry standards and best practices, in accordance with all relevant technical data (e.g. instructions laid down in the aircraft approved documents), and all approved company procedures. Maintain a ‘FOD’ free working area and clean up working area before and after work.
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  • Continiuing Airworthness Engineer
Develop and manage a maintenance programme for each type of aircraft operated to comply with relevant approved maintenance data and in light of service experience
Carry out reliability monitoring and analysis of the effectiveness of the approved aircraft maintenance programmes

Track aircraft utilization and plan the accomplishment of maintenance in the most efficient manner to ensure maximum aircraft availability whilst continuing to comply with the maintenance programme requirements
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  • Senior Manager Marketing
Support in developing and cascade Etihad’s paid digital & social media marketing strategy across the marketing department to ensure alignment to overall targets.
Liaise with cross-functional commercial teams to create an integrated paid media strategy to enhance company and product visibility and contribute to profitability increase and revenue targets.

Design, plan, drive and monitor the implementation of paid media marketing plans across different channels to ensure effectiveness and visibility across target consumer base.
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Friday, August 21, 2015

Jazeera Airways Job Openings | Kuwait


Jazeera Airways is the largest airline serving the Middle East out of Kuwait. We currently serve 19 destinations across the Middle East and operate a modern fleet of Airbus A320 aircraft all fitted with our signature leather seats and a two-class cabin. Jazeera Airways’ Economy Class amenities include 40 kilograms in free baggage allowance for every passenger, a complimentary selection of on board meals that change every month, so our frequent travelers can always count on a new meal experience when flying with us. Our Business Class travelers get both an upgraded experience and exclusivity, starting with exclusive check-in lines and business lounge access, up to 60 kilograms in free baggage allowance, an exclusive on-board cabin, and in addition to special meals.


  • NETWORK ADMINISTRATOR

• Network administration (including backup, security management, user account management and e mail, web server, internet access, office systems and applications support)

• Supports Microsoft Windows servers, VMware and SAN storage support

JOB QUALIFICATIONS



1. Bachelor's degree or diploma in Computer Science or equivalent

2. Experience of 3 years or above in system and network administration

  • SOFTWARE DEVELOPER 

• Develop and support for all corporate applications, including reservations, financial, human resource, flight operations and other airline related applications

• XMl and Jason API integration

• Performing unit testing of the code (software testing) 6 documentation

JOB QUALIFICATIONS

1. Bachelor's degree or diploma in Computer Science or equivalent

2. Over 2 Years of IT experience in design, development and maintenance of client-server, web based/ Windows. NET applications platform including CSS, Javascript. XMl, Java, XSIT and API

3. Experience in Microsoft SQL Server and reporting


  • COMMERCIAL SYSTEMS SPECIALIST 

• User administration, configuration and support for reservation and check-in system

• Co-ordinating between business and third parties for development and implementation

• Supporting distribution channels including GDS and travel agencies

JOB QUALIFICATIONS

1. Bachelor's of Science/Commerce degree

2. Experience of 2 Years in diversified and internationally recognised airline, GDS and travel organizations

3. Extensive understanding of the world of travel and distribution coupled with core reservation systems, travel commerce and revenue management skills

CVs should be sent to jobs@jazeeraairways.com

Saturday, August 8, 2015

Dubai Airport Job Openings - August


Since it opened in 1960, passenger numbers have grown and grown, on average, 15% a year. We now serve more than 66 million people a year, flying them to over 260 destinations across 6 continents on more than 140 scheduled airlines.


With this projected to approach 100 million by the end of the decade, Dubai International is a dynamic and fast-growing airport that truly connects the world.

  • Supervisor - Airfield Lighting System
You are responsible for co-ordinating the activities of designated technician and tradesman teams in an area during a shift, meeting quality, time and cost targets for those teams whilst maintaining 
productive and beneficial relationships with stakeholders. You will be working on a shift basis and ensure the equipment is operated and maintained in line with the requirements and with minimal disruption to airport operations. You will also follow up on day-to-day tasks in order to ensure smooth, safe, and reliable operations.
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  • Head - Property Strategy
The purpose of the job is to formulate and contribute to the development and optimization of Dubai Airports asset value and property strategy through optimized commercial agreements by using planning model, analysis tools, portfolio valuation, and market intelligence to ensure clear information is available for decision making with the Airports key strategic partners and assets, Ground Handling, Dubai International Hotel (Hotels) and, Ground Transportation including Car Parking.
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Srilankan Airlines Job Vacancies at Saudi Arabia


SALES EXECUTIVE 


Key accountabilities will include:

• Achieve the sales targets by providing comprehensive client service function.
• Initiate and recommend the sales plan to achieve the sales revenue and implement action plans developed in a timely manner in consistent with the set standards.
• Prospect for new business, establish business relations, compile a database on assigned segments accounts in assigned markets to achieve targets.

• Coordination with the sales support divisions to ensure a smooth delivery constantly.
• Constant monitoring of competitor activity in order to retain and increase our market share through timely action.

The candidate should possess the following minimum requirements:

• Bachelor’s degree or full professional qualification equivalent to a degree in marketing or related field.
• 2 years work experience in a relevant field.
• Age: 35 years as at 31 July, 2015

The ideal candidate should possess excellent interpersonal skills and negotiation skills, proficiency in computer skills.

If interested please forward your application along with your contact details to:

The Manager
Srilankan Airlines, Kanoo Airline Centre, P.O. Box: 1878, Al Khobar – 31952, Saudi Arabia

On or before 06 Aug, 2015

Thursday, August 6, 2015

MH370: Reunion debris is from missing plane, says Najib

Part of the aircraft wing found on Reunion Island is from the missing MH370 plane, Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak has confirmed.
Mr Najib said experts examining the debris in France had "conclusively confirmed" it was from the aircraft.
But the investigators have stopped short of confirming the link, saying only that it is highly likely.
The Malaysia Airlines plane carrying 239 people veered off course from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing in March 2014.
The debris was found on the remote French Indian Ocean island a week ago and was taken to Toulouse for testing.
The plane is long believed to have crashed into the southern Indian - though no evidence had been found despite a massive search operation.
"It is with a very heavy heart that I must tell you that an international team of experts has conclusively confirmed that the aircraft debris [...] is indeed MH370," Mr Najib told reporters in Kuala Lumpur.
"We now have physical evidence that [...] flight MH370 tragically ended in the southern Indian Ocean," he added.
Mr Najib said he hoped the discovery "will at least bring certainty to the families" of the victims, saying the burden they had faced was "unspeakable".

'Very strong indications' French prosecutor Serge Mackowiak later confirmed the wing fragment, known as a flaperon, was from a Boeing 777 - the same make and model as the missing Malaysian airliner.

He said initial tests showed there were "very strong indications" that it was from flight MH370. But he said confirmation would only come after further tests on the fragment, which would begin on Thursday.

"[Investigators] will try to do it as soon as possible in order to provide total and reliable information to the family of victims, who are on our minds at the moment," Mr Mackowiak added.


Sunday, August 2, 2015

Bin Laden plane crash: aircraft went down in near perfect conditions


Questions have been raised over the cause of Friday’s plane crash in which three members of the Bin Laden family were killed, given the aircraft had used the runway, which is fitted with hi-tech safety features, regularly in recent months.
The Saudi-registered Embraer Phenom 300 jet, which had departed from Milan’s Malpensa airport, was attempting to land at Blackbushe airport on the Hampshire/Surrey border when it crashed on to dozens of vehicles parked at a car auction site close to the runway.


The £7m state-of-the-art plane, equipped with fly-by-wire electronic system that is supposed to make it easy to control, was a regular visitor to the airport, according to pilots who use Blackbushe. It was attempting a landing in near perfect conditions on a runway that was fitted with precision approach pathway indicators (Papis).
The four indicators, which can be seen from more than half a mile away, all flash white if the pilot is coming in too high and red if too low. “It doesn’t make sense to me as an ordinary pilot why something that advanced and easy to fly would bury itself in the auction ground at the end of such a long runway,” said Simon Moores, a flight instructor and pilot who has flown from Blackbushe many times.

The Saudi-registered plane was coming in from Milan when the accident happened shortly after 3pm. According to NBC, it was carrying three relatives ofOsama bin Laden. They were named as Rajaa Hashim, Osama’s stepmother; Sana bin Laden, his half-sister; and her husband Zuhair Hashim. The pilot has yet to be identifed.
Without confirming the identities of the victims, the Saudi ambassador to Britain, Prince Mohammed bin Nawaf al Saud, offered condolences on the embassy’s official Twitter account to the Bin Laden family, a prominent Saudi Arabia clan with vast business interests.
“His royal highness Prince Mohammed bin Nawaf bin Abdul Aziz, the ambassador of the custodian of the two holy mosques to the United Kingdom, offered his condolences to the sons of the late Mohammed bin Laden and their relations for the grave incident of the crash of the plane carrying members of the family at Blackbushe airport,” the Saudi ambassador said in the tweet.
A further statement said the embassy would work with the British authorities to ensure a quick repatriation of the bodies for burial. The Saudi General Authority of Civil Aviation has sent investigators to the scene of the crash and are liaising with the Air Accidents Investigation Branch (AAIB), which is looking into the causes of the crash.
Hampshire police have urged anyone with “any information, including pictures and videos of the incident” to contact them. Acting chief inspector Olga Venner, of Hampshire police, said: “We can confirm that there were four people on board, including the pilot. Sadly there were no survivors. No one on the ground has been injured and we would urge anyone with any information, including pictures or videos, to contact 101.”
An airport spokesman said: “Blackbushe airport confirmed that a Phenom 300 jet with four persons on board crashed near the end of the runway around 3.09pm while attempting to make a landing. The scene was attended by Blackbushe fire and rescue within minutes, followed by Hampshire fire, police and ambulance units.”
A statement from Hampshire fire and rescue said that approximately 24 firefighters from Yateley, Fleet, Hartley Wintney, Rushmoor, Alton and Camberley were involved in tackling the blaze. “The incident involved one aircraft which had come off the runway,” the service said in a statement. “The firefighters used 10 breathing apparatus, three foam jets and two hose reel jets to extinguish the fire.”
After the crash, a dark plume of black smoke could be seen twisting into the sky while an orange-red ball of fire raged below. Debris from the jet could be seen strewn among the dozens of severely damaged cars at the British Car Auction (BCA) site.
Robert Belcher, a local aviation enthusiast, said he was driving home when he saw a plume of black smoke coming from the site. “I was passing the airport on my way home and there was a big column of smoke in the air,” he said. “The fire service had closed the road behind me. I could see the plume of smoke waving from about five miles away and was hoping it was just a car fire rather than an aircraft accident.”
“Apparently the aircraft was landing and just didn’t stop,” he added. “At the end of the runway there is a car park because the airport is used for car auctions and it’s gone into there. I assumed it was cars on fire in the auction yard. Local people have said that it was this aircraft which is registered in Saudi Arabia. It’s been a regular visitor to the airport for a few months. The aircraft would hold six people, it’s a small jet.”
A group of people, believed to be the family of the victims, were seen yesterday being escorted to the site by police officers. The scorched remains of the jet could be seen lying beside charred hulks of cars in the middle of the auction storage area.
A resident who did not want to be named said he saw the plane come down while he was repairing his chimney. “I was on the roof and I heard the jet and thought I would watch it land,” he said. “I saw it going past, then it was about 20 feet off the ground and I thought, it’s not got enough runway to land here. It was too high as it was coming in to land and didn’t touch the runway. The next thing I heard was the crash sirens and a big plume of smoke going up. It was a really big plume of smoke and I could hear cars exploding over at the market.”
Eyewitness Sheraz Aslam, 31, from Reading and a regular BCA customer, told the GetSurrey website that he had gone back to pick up a couple of cars when the crash happened.
“An announcement came through [that] we had to evacuate [the site],” he said. “I didn’t think much of it, I thought it was just a regular fire alarm or drill. You don’t think a plane is going to come down. Then a load of staff ran in and it was then we realised something was going on. I was very, very close, maybe 30 or 40 yards away.
“I didn’t hear anything. All of a sudden, the flames went really big. We could hear all the fuel tanks in the cars start to explode and there was a terrible smell. Then I noticed a bit of the wing sticking out. It was sticking up in the air, but the rest of the plane was completely destroyed and on fire.
“The flames were leaping really high in the air. It was horrendous. Some of the staff were really shaken up. One guy I saw was in a bad way, he had been in a car just a few yards away. He was very shaken.”
Pilots discussing the crash in online forums confirmed that the jet had been seen many times at Blackbushe. One suggested that it was not the first incident of its kind at Blackbushe. “A Beechcraft light jet just missed the fuel dump on the other side of the runway some years ago,” the pilot claimed.
It is the third time members of the Bin Laden family have been killed in a plane crash. Mohammed bin Laden, Osama’s father, was killed when his Beechcraft 18 crashed in Saudi Arabia in 1967 while on his way to marry his 23rd wife. Salem bin Laden, Osama’s half-brother, died in 1988 when his aircraft drifted into high-voltage power lines in San Antonio, Texas.

Thursday, July 30, 2015

Shenzhen Airlines Flight ZH9648: Terrifying video shows passengers panic as man sets fire to cabin


A shocking video shows the moment passengers on board the Shenzhen Airlines Flight ZH9648 panicked as a man tried to set fire to the cabin.Two passengers were injured during the incident as frantic cabin crew try desperately to calm travellers amid loud screaming and crying.One flight attendant asks travellers whether there are any soldiers or policemen on the plane before the pilot speaks over the intercom urging everyone to sit down as he prepares for an emergency descent.
Another flight attendant shouts: "Sit down. Believe in us. Believe in us! We got this."

The video was shared by CCTV News China on July 28.Shocking pictures have also emerged showing the aftermath of the fire damaged cabin, with smoke marks covering the emergency exits.The suspect who started the fire was overpowered by fellow passengers and crew as it was landing in southern China early Sunday.

Two of the 95 passengers suffered injuries and were taken to hospital, the official Xinhua news agency said.
The incident occurred on Shenzhen Airlines flight ZH9648 from the eastern city of Taizhou as it was landing in Guangzhou early today, it said.The unidentified passenger was subdued by cabin crew and other passengers after attempting to "damage facilities" and detained, Xinhua said.

But a report by the Civil Aviation Resource Net of China, a civil aviation information portal, said the man had "attempted arson" on the plane as it was descending.Online photos showed burns to a passenger seat as well as a blackened cabin door, suggesting that some kind of fire had been lit.The plane also carried nine crew members, Xinhua said.




Wednesday, July 29, 2015

Plane makes impressive landing in stormy weather



Landing a passenger plane full of people while being buffeted from all sides by stormy weather must be up there as one of the most stressful jobs in existence.
On Saturday, one KLM plane made a particularly wobbly landing in high winds - but the pilot kept their cool to land it safely.
The plane is clearly being rocked by the wind and is buffeted from side to side as it approaches the runway.
But the pilot brings the wheels down and manages to land smoothly on the tarmac at Amsterdam's Schiphol airport.

It looks hair-raising from the ground, so imagine how terrifying it must have been for the passengers on the plane.

Wednesday, July 22, 2015

VistaJet Teams with Apex Air for Domestic Chinese Flights

Apex Air, a Civil Aviation Administration of China (CAAC)-authorized business jet operator, will manage and operate a China-based fleet of aircraft for VistaJet, the companies announced yesterday. Under the partnership, VistaJet plans to offer point-to-point service in China with a Chinese-registered Bombardier Challenger 850 by the end of September. Chinese customers will also continue to have access to VistaJet's fleet of more than 50 large-cabin Challengers and Globals for international flights.
VistaJet has been operating international flights in and out of China for many years. Adding domestic flights through our partnership with Apex Air extends our service area to include one of private aviation's most exciting new markets,” said VistaJet founding chairman Thomas Flohr. “China is an important growth market for VistaJet and we expect it to be among the fastest-growing regions for our product offering over the next few years.”
Flohr said Apex Air is key to expanding VistaJet’s business in the region. “Their management team are aviation pioneers in China, having accumulated years of first-hand experience running commercial operations in the country. They share VistaJet's entrepreneurial spirit and drive for excellence,” he said.

Friday, July 17, 2015

Abu Dhabi Airports Job Vacancies



2006 Abu Dhabi Airports has been receiving numerous prestigious awards from prominent international and local organizations in acknowledgement of its operational excellence, as well as marketing, training and corporate responsibility initiatives.We believe that in order to become the world’s leading airports group while contributing to Abu Dhabi Vision 2030, we must invest in our people and ensure that UAE Nationals continue to play a vital role within the organisation.To support our philosophy, we have created a business rich in cultural diversity, where people with energy, creativity and commitment work together in harmony to achieve ambitious goals.Since


Administrative Assistant
Prepare reports, memos, letters and other documents, using word processing, spreadsheet, database, and/or presentation software
Receive and present all official request forms; forward them to the concerned stakeholder for processing if approved; or send them back to the requestor with an explanation if rejected



Attend meetings in order to record minutes; and compile, transcribe, and distribute minutes of meetings
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Aerodrome Operations Specialist
Prepare the material of the in-house training in coordination and under the supervision of the Head of Training Programmes
Deliver the required training courses in regard to Aerodrome Operations
Assess and evaluate trainees and provide feedback on the outcome of the training



Monitor training outcomes to ensure the development and progress of each individual in order to reach the required level of proficiency
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Database Analyst
Ensure the database availability connectivity to the users / clients
Design connectivity configuration of all client computers and server-side resources
Maintain documentation as it relates to database and system configuration, mapping, processes, and service records
Establish and implement backup / restore processes both physical and logical



Ensure security procedures and technical standards are adhered to across airports
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Fire Fighter
Respond to all incidents, including fires and accidents, as quickly and safely as possible, in order to minimize damage to ADAC users and assets, and minimize impact on operational capacity



Respond to hazardous materials incidents, including fuel spills, in order to contain the impact of such incidents, contact all required parties as set out in standard operating procedures, in order to maintain the safety of ADAC users
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Marshaller
Responsible to marshal all arriving and departing flights into and out of the assigned parking stand according to Apron Operations Standard Operating Procedures (SOP)



Inspect the allocated parking stands prior to allowing aircraft access to ensure that the stand is safe and free of foreign objects or surface damage to the tramac
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Project Manager - Structural
Responsible for managing a project through the project life cycle.(planning to close out)
Overall leadership of the project team ensuring safely, timeliness, and to-cost delivery of the projects



Responsible to ensure the delivered products meet the needs of the stakeholders, both internal and external
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Project Manager Infrastructure
Responsible for managing a project through the project life cycle.(planning to close out)
Overall leadership of the project team ensuring safely, timeliness, and to-cost delivery of the projects
Responsible to ensure the delivered products meet the needs of the stakeholders, both internal and external
Directs the project planning, budget; design; construction and approval processes
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