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Irish Aviation Authority

The Irish Aviation Authority promotes and oversees the safe operation of all aspects of General Aviation within the State and also Irish registered aircraft and Irish license holders wherever they may be engaged in aviation activity. The IAA provides air traffic management services in the 451,000 km2 of airspace controlled by Ireland. This airspace forms a crucial gateway for air traffic between Europe and North America. Air traffic management services provided include: Air Traffic Control Flight information Alerting and search and rescue services Aeronautical information North Atlantic Communications The IAA employs over 300 air traffic controllers Dublin, Cork and Shannon who ensure the safe, orderly and expeditious flow of air traffic. This is achieved using various tools, such as radar, radio and on-board aircraft systems. 2015 saw more than 1 million flights managed by Irish air traffic controllers and radio officers in Irish airspace.

Vacancy details

Graduate vacancies: More detailed information on vacancies and appropriate application procedures are available on the IAA website at https://www.iaa.ie/careers We accept applications on an ongoing basis for both our student controller training programme and engineering vacancies.

How to apply

Graduate vacancies: More detailed information on vacancies and appropriate application procedures are available on the IAA website at https://www.iaa.ie/careers We accept applications on an ongoing basis for both our student controller training programme and engineering vacancies.

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