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The PNG Accident Investigation Commission (AIC) is the State agency in Papua New Guinea responsible for conducting ‘independent-objective’ and ‘no-blame’ investigations into aircraft accidents and serious incidents in accordance with the PNG Civil Aviation Act 2000 (As amended) and the ICAO Annex 13 to the Convention on International Civil Aviation (ICAO). As a member state to ICAO, PNG AIC is committed to ensure improvements in air transportation safety in PNG, the Pacific region, and globally through public release of its investigation reports. Fulfilling our obligations to ICAO is of critical importance to the National Government of PNG. We are committed to working with all stakeholders through open collaboration and cooperation to seek safety actions necessary to address safety deficiencies identified
in the investigations for the purpose of improving safety in air transportation.

Description of the Position:
Reporting to the Manager – Investigation Operations, the Flight Operations Investigator (Fixed Wing) performs as a specialist in all aspects of aircraft flight operations, including assisting in the areas of airports, weather, air traffic services, airworthiness and Safety Management Systems, to conduct accident and serious incident investigations under the Civil Aviation Act 2000 (as amended) and fully aligned with Annex 13 to the Convention on International Civil Aviation. 

Essential Qualifications & Skills:
• A first level university degree in aviation or a related science/engineering field. A second level university degree (Master’s Degree) in a relevant field is desirable.
• Have held a minimum of a Commercial pilot license (fixed wing) with multi-engine and Instrument ratings. Airline Transport Pilot License and Flight instructor rating are desirable.
• A minimum of 5 years aviation experience, including 3 years of in-command experience and 1 year flying in Papua New Guinea.
• Knowledge of ICAO Standards and Recommended Practices.
• Proven high integrity, and demonstrated application of strong ethical values, and sober habits.
• Demonstrated ability to work as an individual or as a member of a multi-disciplinary team, and the ability to define, set and review objectives.
• Proficient English oral and written communication skills and demonstrated ability to develop technical reports.
• Proficient with Microsoft applications such as Word, PowerPoint, Outlook, Excel, and similar.
• PNG Driver’s license.

Full details of salary, conditions of employment and job description shall be obtained during interview.

Please forward your written applications including relevant certificates together with recent updated CVs to:

The Chief Executive Officer
Accident Investigation Commission
P O Box 1709, BOROKO, 111 NCD or via
email: jobs@aic.gov.pg

 

Please note that only Short-listed candidates will be contacted for interview. If you do not hear from us within two weeks from the closing date of application, then you may consider your application unsuccessful.


Applications close on 24th February 2021.

The PNG Accident Investigation Commission (AIC) is the State agency in Papua New Guinea responsible for conducting ‘independent-objective’ and ‘no-blame’ investigations into aircraft accidents and serious incidents in accordance with the PNG Civil Aviation Act 2000 (As amended) and the ICAO Annex 13 to the Convention on International Civil Aviation (ICAO). As a member state to ICAO, PNG AIC is committed to ensure improvements in air transportation safety in PNG, the Pacific region, and globally through public release of its investigation reports. Fulfilling our obligations to ICAO is of critical importance to the National Government of PNG. We are committed to working with all stakeholders through open collaboration and cooperation to seek safety actions necessary to address safety deficiencies identified
in the investigations for the purpose of improving safety in air transportation.

Description of the Position:
Reporting to the Manager – Investigation Operations, the Flight Operations Investigator (Rotary Wing) performs as a specialist in all aspects of aircraft flight operations, including assisting in the areas of airports, weather, air traffic services, airworthiness and Safety Management Systems, to conduct accident and serious incident investigations under the Civil Aviation Act 2000 (as amended) and fully aligned with Annex 13 to the Convention on International Civil Aviation. 

Essential Qualifications & Skills:
• A first level university degree in aviation or a related science/engineering field. A second level university degree (Master’s Degree) in a relevant field is desirable.
• Have held a minimum of a Commercial pilot license (rotary wing). Airline Transport Pilot License, Flight instructor, multi-engine and Instrument ratings are are desirable.
• A minimum of 5 years aviation experience, including 3 years of in-command experience and 1 year flying in Papua New Guinea.
• Knowledge of ICAO Standards and Recommended Practices.
• Proven high integrity, and demonstrated application of strong ethical values, and sober habits.
• Demonstrated ability to work as an individual or as a member of a multi-disciplinary team, and the ability to define, set and review objectives.
• Proficient English oral and written communication skills and demonstrated ability to develop technical reports.
• Proficient with Microsoft applications such as Word, PowerPoint, Outlook, Excel, and similar.
• PNG Driver’s license.

Full details of salary, conditions of employment and job description shall be obtained during interview.

Please forward your written applications including relevant certificates together with recent updated CVs to:

The Chief Executive Officer
Accident Investigation Commission
P O Box 1709, BOROKO, 111 NCD or via
email: jobs@aic.gov.pg

 

Please note that only Short-listed candidates will be contacted for interview. If you do not hear from us within two weeks from the closing date of application, then you may consider your application unsuccessful.


Applications close on 24th February 2021.

Office/Administration Driver

Description of the Position:
Reporting to the Human Resources Manager – the Office Driver will be responsible for all driving duties of AIC,
assisting in day-to-day administrative duties, maintain cleanliness of AIC vehicles, maintain vehicle registrations,
Driver’s licenses safety stickers and other security passes required by law current and up to date.

Essential Qualifications & Skills:
• Grade 10/12 Educational Level.
• Class Six (6) PNG Driver’s license.
• Minimum of five (5) years driving experience in a government working environment.
• Have knowledge and understanding of all Motor Traffic Rules and Regulations and Government Driving Permit Rules.
• Ability to communicate effectively with staff members at all levels.
• Have knowledge and skills in MS Office Application. 

Full details of salary, conditions of employment and job description shall be obtained during interview.

Please forward your written applications including relevant certificates together with recent updated CVs to:

The Chief Executive Officer
Accident Investigation Commission
P O Box 1709, BOROKO, 111 NCD or via
email: jobs@aic.gov.pg

 

Please note that only Short-listed candidates will be contacted for interview. If you do not hear from us within two weeks from the closing date of application, then you may consider your application unsuccessful.


Applications close on 24th February 2021.