Job Details (CHIEF FLYING INSTRUCTOR )

THE REPUBLIC OF UGANDA

 

PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION

 

Applications are invited from suitably qualified Ugandans both serving Public Officers in Ministries/Departments/Agencies and Local Governments and Applicants from outside the Public Service to fill vacant posts.  Applications should be filled ON-LINE not later than 21st August 2018  The link to the e-recruitment system can be accessed through the Public Service Commission website www.psc.go.ug .

 

Applicants are advised to: -

 

a)    Apply ON-LINE;

b)    Scan and submit relevant documents (O’ Level, A’ Level, Degree and Professional Documents, copies of letters of appointment, confirmation and promotion) On-line;

c)     Each attachment must not exceed a limit of 1MB and only portable documents format (PDF) is allowed;

d)    For serving Officers, print an Extract of PS Form 3 (2008) off the system and obtain recommendation from the Responsible Officer.  Scan the recommendation together with the rest of the documents and submit online.

 

Application Process

    i.  Visit the website  www.psc.go.ug Go to Job line and click Apply On-line;

   ii.  If you already have an Account on the system, log in and update your profile accordingly;

  iii.  For new Users, register first then log in;

  iv.  Complete your profile (starting with the Bio data moving downwards);

   v.  View Available Advert and the jobs therein;

  vi.  Click on a Job from the list of advertised jobs;

 vii.  View the Job Details and Click Apply;

viii.  Review your application and SUBMIT.

 

Please Note: -

 

a)  Only applications On-line will be considered;

b)  Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted;   

c)   Shortlisted candidates shall be required to bring along with them certified copies of academic documents, their original certificates, transcripts and letters of employment during the Oral Interviews;

d)  Serving Officers should ensure that their Staff Performance Appraisals for the last three (3) Financial Years are submitted to the Commission before the date of Oral Interviews;

e)  Each applicant is allowed to apply for a maximum of two (2) posts;

f)   In case of any inquiry, contact Tel. No. 0414254271 or 0414342279 or e-mail vacancies@psc.go.ug

 

Applicants should have the following Core Competencies:

 

-       Public Sector Management, Results Orientation, Ethics and Integrity, Interpersonal, Communication and Computer Skills, Ability to Adapt to Multi Cultural Settings, Innovation, Concern for Quality, Standards and  Technical Competence, Ability to Coach Subordinates and Report Writing Skills.

-       Strategic Thinking, Negotiation Skills, Team Building, Conflict Management, Policy Development, Change Management, Research and Project Management Skills.


Ministry/Department
Ministry Of Works And Transport
Post
CHIEF FLYING INSTRUCTOR
Scale
U1E
Vacancies
1
Reference
HRM 59/272/01 (7)
Minimum Age
30
Maximum Age

Minimum Qualification
Applicants should be Ugandans in a possession of a Bachelors Degree in Aviation discipline of study from a recognized University/Institution or Uganda Advanced Certificate of Education (UACE) with at least two (2) Principal Passes in Science Subjects with a valid Airline Transport License and current Flight Instructor Rating on single and multi-engine aircraft and on at least the Cessna 172, Cessna 310 and Beech craft Baron G58 types.
Working Experience
Applicants should have nine (9) years relevant working experience, three (3) of which should have been served at the level of Flying Instructor or Training Captain in Government or equivalent level of experience from a reputable organisation.
Duties
The incumbent will be responsible to the Deputy Director and Head of Training for performing the following duties:-

The incumbent will be responsible to the Deputy Director and Head of Training for performing the following duties:-

 

-       Designing, developing and implementing the syllabus for the Academy in consultation and liaison with the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA), International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) and other related organizations;

-       Assessing and determining the adequacy and efficiency of the teaching aids, tools and equipment for the flying section;

-       Initiating policy and development plans for the flying school for consideration by the Head of Training;

-       Preparing estimates of expenditure and procurement plans for pilot training;

-       Evaluating student performance at each stage of instruction;

-       Setting and reviewing flying school examinations;

-       Evaluating student eligibility for admission;

-       Any other duties as may be assigned from time to time.


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