We are looking for MANAGER, ANS AND AERODROMES STANDARDS
At least a Master’s degree in Aviation, Science, Engineering or related field from a recognized university will be an added advantage. Bachelor’s degree in Aviation, Science, Engineering or related field from a recognized university. Air Traffic control license endorsed with at least four ratings or certificate in at least four CNS Equipment Maintenance Courses (Navigation, Surveillance, Communication) or Certificates in AIS Cartography, Quality Management System, AIP Management and Aeronautical information exchange model data base or Certificate in Aerodrome Certification course. Certificates in ICAO PANS-OPS. Safety Oversight Managers course Training in management and leadership.
Preparing and implementing the department’s operational plans and budget to achieve targets in line with KCAA’s strategic plan.
Developing and proposing policies, standards, regulations and legislation to ensure that the regulatory framework of the Authority is aligned and compliant with ICAO annexes and recommended practices, as well as other regional and international conventions which Kenya is a member State. Coordinating with the Licensing department as necessary for licensing and certification of ANS personnel. Working with the legal services to propose / draft appropriate legislations and regulations. Reviewing and approving inspection guidance material, manuals and procedures. Advising and guiding management and industry on the interpretation and application of aviation safety standards and regulations applicable to ANS and Aerodromes. Conducting regular performance reviews of staff in the department to determine training and development needs and ensuring that the highest standards of performance and conduct are being adhered to. Working closely with Internal Audit to incorporate good governance practices in the department. Working closely with the Quality Management department to implement effective inspection, surveillance and licensing processes. Implementing the State Safety Programme. Enforcing the relevant Civil Aviation Regulations and recommending appropriate actions. Performing any other duties as may be assigned by the Director, Aviation Safety and Security Regulation.
Kenya Civil Aviation Authority (KCAA) was established on 24th October 2002 by the Civil Aviation (Amendment) Act, 2002 with the primary functions towards; Regulation and oversight of Aviation Safety & Security; Economic regulation of Air Services and development of Civil Aviation; Provision of Air Navigation Services, and Training of Aviation personnel KCAA; as guided by the provisions of the convention on international civil aviation, related ICAO Standards and Recommended Practices (SARPs), the Kenya Civil Aviation Act, 2013 and the civil aviation regulations.