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Guarantee a first quality service

Handling central information

Our Air Navigation Services Employees play a key role in the safe and efficient processing of air traffic. They work primarily:

  • in air traffic management where they support our air traffic controllers at the area control centers
  • or in aeronautical information management which is the central information and advisory service for our direct customers.

A solid and varied training

Varied paid two-year courses are offered annually in autumn:

  • Basic knowledge of air traffic and air traffic control, information and data processing and preparation, advisory services and traffic flow management, among many others.
  • Training encompasses theory courses, training on the simulator and on-the-job experience.
  • Air traffic management licences are issued by the Federal Office for Civil Aviation (FOCA). The training is accredited by the Federal Office for Professional Education and Technology (OPET).
  • Positions as operations instructor, on-the-job training instructor, assessor, in the resource management team, expert in a specialist area, membership of project and process teams… These are some of your career opportunities.

 

Attention: Note that no course will be held in 2016. If you are interested please contact us from February 2017.  (recruitment(at)skyguide.ch).

 

26.08.2016
ASA, OFAC et skyguide décident d’affiner un plan de mesures sur les services de la navigation aérienne

 

04.08.2016
Skyguide reports continued traffic growth and even higher punctuality for the first half of 2016, along with tangible progress in LP24 implementation

 

29.07.2016
Skyguide celebrates the completion of the round the world trip of its partner Solar Impulse. Air Navigation Services key for mission success.

 

01.09.16
OBA St. Gallen

 

07.09.16
Berufsinfoveranstaltung, skyguide Zürich

 

10.09.16
Erlebniswochenende Flughafen Zürich