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REQUEST FOR EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST

 

INDIVIDUAL CONSULTANT SELECTION

 

NAME OF PROJECT: CARIBBEAN REGIONAL AIR TRANSPORT CONNECTIVITY PROJECT (CATCOP)

Loan No./Credit No./ Grant No.: P170860

Individual Consultant Title: Air Navigation Systems Specialist

Reference No. (as per Procurement Plan): LC- SLASPA-297757-CS-INDV

 

The Government of Saint Lucia has received financing from the World Bank towards the cost of the Caribbean Regional Air Transportation Project, Saint Lucia (CATCOP-SLU), and intends to apply part of the proceeds for consulting services. CATCOP aims to enhance regional connectivity by improving the safety of air transport and the resilience of airport infrastructure to natural disasters.

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EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY

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The Eastern Caribbean Civil Aviation Authority (ECCAA)

the regulatory and safety oversight provider of civil aviation activities in the OECS and Associate Member States.

Position: FLIGHT OPERATIONS INSPECTOR

PRIMARY OBJECTIVES:

(1) To ensure the safe conduct of all flight operation activities and compliance with the Civil Aviation Regulations (CARs) and the flight operational aspects of the ECCAA;

(2) To ensure that the required standards of operators are met and maintained by conducting initial inspections and certification, continuous surveillance and conducting investigations into incidents and accidents involving civil aircraft in the OECS;

(3) To periodically review aircraft manuals;

(4) To keep abreast of emerging technology and the changing global industry;

(5) To recommend changes to updated techniques and procedures required to meet the demands of the developments in the industry.

 

Last Updated on Friday, 24 June 2022 12:27
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Gregory McAlpin - Director of Flight Safety
Gregory McAlpin
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