Executive General Manager - Air Traffic Control

Airservices Australia provides communication, navigation, surveillance and air navigation services for four million flights per year carrying some 75 million passengers in the Australian Region, and international airspace over the Pacific and Indian Oceans.

Airservices Australia is now seeking to appoint a new
Executive General Manager, Air Traffic Control.

Reporting directly to the CEO, the EGM ATC will lead and direct all air traffic management operational service activities, and manage the group through its transition to a new operating platform.

Candidates will have:

• Air traffic Management experience. However, aviation or airports experience is also
   viewed favourably.

• Experience in supporting the delivery of large scale programs and projects and
   associated change management challenges.

• A proven ability to engage, lead, and influence a diverse set of stakeholders.

Airservices Australia will be assisted by Heidrick & Struggles. Cover letters and CV’s should be submitted to airservices@heidrick.com by Friday, July 12.

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