We are looking for CHIEF AERODROMES INSPECTOR - ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING - KCAA SCALE 6
A Bachelor’s Degree in Electrical Engineering;
Be registered with the Institute of Engineers of Kenya (IEK)
Be registered by Engineers’ Registration Board of Kenya as a professional engineer
Have a Current valid practicing license from the Engineers Registration Board of
Training in aerodromes inspectors course
Training in aerodrome certification course
Training in an aerodromes design and operations related field
Identifying the section’s needs and implementing appropriate strategies to
achieve planned goals.
Evaluating aerodromes electrical systems and conducting inspection of
aerodrome electrical systems including runway, taxiway and apron lighting
systems, approach landing systems including the precision approach path
indicators, primary and secondary power supply systems and other lighting
systems to ensure compliance with approved standards
Planning and conducting aerodrome inspection, audit and surveillance activities
and carrying out other evaluations and tests.
Reviewing guidance material relevant to construction, rehabilitation and
maintenance of aerodrome electrical systems for amendments and/or updating
based on new or amended ICAO SARPs and Documents.
Evaluating operator manuals and procedures for approval/ acceptance.
Identifying and proposing skills and resource requirements for and taking
corrective measures to achieve planned aerodrome oversight activities.
Preparing inspections/audit and surveillance reports for approval and reviewing
inspection processes, forms, checklists and reporting mechanisms.
Liaising with other Aerodromes Inspectors as appropriate to ensure
coordination of oversight activities.
Liaising with other units to implement, and where necessary proposing
amendments and improvements in, standards and regulations.
Performing any other duties as may be assigned by the Manager ANS and
Contact for any query
KENYA CIVIL AVIATION AUTHORITY
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.