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Become an Air Traffic Controller: ATNS Bursary Programme

Want a career in air traffic management to become an Air Traffic Officer/Air Traffic Service Officer/Aeronautical Information Management Officer?

The Air Traffic and Navigation Services Company Limited of South Africa (ATNS) provides air traffic services throughout the country and is responsible for the provision of the air traffic control and navigation systems infrastructure necessary to ensure a safe and effective service.

 
A career in air traffic management to become an Air Traffic Officer/Air Traffic Service Officer/Aeronautical Information Management Officer?
 
ATNS Bursary Programme 
 
You must be:
  • Medically fit 
  • 18 years or older 
  • Fluent in English with no speech impediments  
  • Matriculated with Maths and English with a �D� (HG) or �C� (SG) symbol or at Level 4 
  • Driven by a challenge
  • Prepared to work shifts. 
 
Applicants should be aware that this will be a lengthy process, which will include a battery of assessments and be followed by a formal interview process. In addition, it is an essential requirement that applicants are medically fit.
 
NB: Should you not submit all the required documentation, your application will not be considered.
 
 If you meet the above minimum requirements, submit your CV, accompanied by copies of Matric results, ID document and a brief motivational letter, to fax: 
(011) 607-1548 or apply online at http://www.atns.com and click on �Careers�.
 
Closing date: 28 February 2013
 
 Log on to http://www.atns.com and find out more about the ATCO/ATSO/AIMO Bursary Programme. 
 
Preference will be given to previously disadvantaged individuals. . 
 
 Correspondence will be entered into with short-listed candidates only.
 
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