Operate a combination of CRT/Keyboard/Voice Command System to simulate the actions and communications of Air Traffic Controllers, pilots and remote ATC facilities.
Operate, train, and provide preventative maintenance on the FAA's STARS Radar system, SimFast Radar Simulator software, Adecel Tower simulator, radar display hardware and software systems that are integral and vital to the operation of the air traffic control facility and training facility.
Certified Remote Pilot Operator to support the training of FAA Air Traffic Controllers for the fifth busiest airport (Denver Tower) and tenth busiest radar approach control (Denver TRACON) in the nation.
Technical knowledge and application of Instrument flight procedures for aircrafts. Disseminate and apply information from VFR and IFR flight charts, ILS and GPS Approach plates, Standard Terminal Arrival Routes (STAR) and Standard Instrument Departure (SID).
Technical knowledge and application of the FAA Air Traffic Control's rules and regulations, Denver Tower and TRACON's Standard Operating Procedures (SOP) and Letters of Agreements (LOA.)
Proficient in English. Enunciate English without impediment of speech that would interfere or prohibit effective two-way radio communication with ATC trainee.
Work in a high stress and demanding environment independently and with a multi-disciplinary team.
Effective interpersonal skills with ability to analyze problems and articulate solutions in a timely fashion.
Analytical Professional technically versed with MS Office Suites.
Licensed Private Pilot with VFR and IFR flight training. 119.1 hours of flight time.
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