Estonian Aviation Academy welcomes to our team
HEAD OF TRAINING IN THE FIELD OF COMMUNICATION, NAVIGATION, SURVEILLANCE SYSTEMS
Your tasks will include:
planning, organising and developing training activities (incl. ATSEP) in the field of study;
leading and participating in development activities and projects related to the field of study;
preparing and carrying out teaching work and practical training at higher education level (in the form of distance learning, if necessary), supervising student research;
carrying out continuing vocational training;
developing cooperation with relevant partners and companies;
helping to popularise the field.
We invite you to apply if you have:
a higher education degree (in a field related to aeronautics or engineering);
work experience in the field of communications, navigation and/or surveillance;
experience of participating in or leading development projects;
proficiency in English at B2 level as a minimum, including knowledge of professional terminology;
excellent digital competences;
good written and oral communication skills.
Added extras that would be awesome: teaching experience or pedagogical training or a readiness to undergo pedagogical training.
What we offer:
Meaningful work and opportunities to shape aviation education. Annual leave for academic staff (56 days). We value your work with a good motivation package, health benefits, and opportunities to engage in sport. You will join a team of professionals and have the opportunity to develop and learn together with experts in aviation.
Remuneration: dependent on the candidate’s qualifications and competencies.
If you feel ready to take on new challenges with us and join a positively-minded team, apply today!
Send us (firstname.lastname@example.org):
your CV and a motivation letter describing how you see the future of the field of CNS and how to integrate this into teaching activities (max 2 A4 pages);
copies of documents proving higher education and/or relevant qualifications.
The candidate is expected to conduct a mini-lesson (15 min) or provide a video recording of a lesson.
The competition will remain open until suitable candidates have been chosen.
More information: Karl-Eerik Unt, Head of the Department of Aeronautical Engineering, email@example.com, tel. +372 56560283.