The Civil Aviation Authority of Nepal (CAA Nepal) has announced the vacancy for Nepalese candidates for the post of Sr. Officer, Air Traffic Controller (ATC) for Air Traffic Services demanding a total of 25 individuals on the contractual basis.
According to the CAA Nepal Officials’, the vacancy post for the seventh level was published on October 11, 2018, and the deadline for the submission of the application is October 25, 2018. The authority has stated a Hundred rupees (NRs.100) charge for the application form and Seven Hundred (NRs. 700) charge for written exam and interview. The charges must be deposited to CAA Nepal Bank Account maintained at NMB Bank (A/C No. 00100000931F). The filled application form must be submitted to CAA Nepal, Head Office, Babarmahal, Kathmandu.
As per the notice, the interested candidate must hold Bachelor’s Degree in Science, Information Technology or Management from a reputed institution and must have already completed Six Months Basis ATC Licensing, Aerodrome Control training from Civil Aviation Academy, Nepal. Other requirement includes the age restriction as for the Male candidate must have completed 21 years of age without exceeding 35 years. Likewise, for the Female candidate must have completed 21 years of age and should not exceed 40 years.
The academy will be conducting written examinations on November 01, 2018 and only shortlisted candidates will face the interview. One who passes the interview will undergo the medical examination from Civil Aviation health examiner and will get approval with ATC licensing Class III Medical report. The selected candidate will work at CAA Nepal as the mentioned post and level on contractual basis for a year in Nepal.
Civil Aviation Authority of Nepal (CAAN) was established as an autonomous body on 31st December, 1998 under the Civil Aviation Act 1996. CAAN has been set up with the objective of ensuring aviation safe, secure, efficient, regular and environmentally sustainable. It has dual functions: Regulator as well as the Air Navigation Service Provider (ANSP).
Civil Aviation Academy which was established in 1975 is recognized by Civil Aviation Authority of Nepal (CAAN) as State’s approved aviation training organization (ATO). The academy conducts basic, refresher, induction and recurrent training related to Air Traffic Control, Aviation security, Firefighting and rescue, CNS and others based on quality curriculum both of local and international standards