Reports to: Manager, Flight Dispatcher and/or chief Dispatcher, in all cases the Chief controller is responsible to the Dispatch Manager and/or chief Dispatcher.
He is in charge of providing the flight crews with all data necessary to safely perform the flights and supervise the progress of the flight and supervises the dispatch officers.
According to the JAR-OPS 1, SUBPART D, 1.195, an Airlines established and maintains a method of exercising operational control approved by the Authority; and exercises operational control over any flight operated under the terms of his AOC.
The Chief Controller must:
Have a minimum five years experience as a licensed flight dispatcher;
Hold a valid Flight Dispatcher Certificate issued by the FAA,ICAO or Local Authority;
Have ability to perform his/her work in the airline company during his/her duty;
Both commercial and operational experience in the Aviation industry
Good understanding of legal aspects of Charter operations (min 6 yrs )
Highly developed interpersonal and communicational skills
(near) Native speaking in English
Solution and Revenue driven
University degree or equal level through experience
Excellent organisational and planning abilities
to work on a shift basis in busy 24 hour operations
Experience: AFTN, JEPESSEN, SITA, or similar systems
General Flight / Route Planning.
Working knowledge of IFPS Procedures.
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