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Fully Funded Young Aviation Professionals Programme in Canada has opened the applications. The International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO), in partnership with the International Air Transport Association (IATA) and Airports Council International (ACI), is offering opportunities for the career development of aviation professionals through a Young Aviation Professionals Programme. Currently, there are opportunities for three Young Aviation Professional Officer positions located in Montréal, Canada.
Each Young Aviation Professional Officer position will be filled for eighteen months.
Living Costs: All living costs and expenses will be borne by the Young Aviation Professional Officer.
Financial Support: A fixed amount of CAD 4 000 per month will be provided to each selected Young Aviation Professional Officer to assist with living costs.
Annual leave will be provided at the rate of one and a half days per month.
Sick leave will be provided at the rate of one day per month.
Medical insurance will be provided at the single rate for prescription/medical/dental coverage within Canada. The selected candidates will be required to pay the employee portion of the premium, which is estimated to be approximately CAD $122.66 per month.
Occupational accident insurance will be provided (at no cost to the selected candidates).
Non-occupational accident insurance will be available to the selected candidates, at their own cost.
Travel: Where required, travel costs to and from Montréal at the beginning and at the end of the Programme will be provided at the lowest available applicable fare. The cost for one excess baggage (i.e. baggage in excess of the weight or volume carried without charge by transportation companies) will be covered up to a maximum of 25 kilograms.
Visa: ICAO will provide a letter of support to assist in obtaining the required visa.
Level of Education: Master’s degree (or equivalent, to be demonstrated by the applicant); or b) Bachelor degree, supplemented with a Commercial Pilot License or an Air Traffic Control License.
Minimum two years’ professional working experience in aviation-related regulatory activities and/or in the aviation industry
Fluent reading, writing and speaking abilities in English. Working knowledge of a second language commonly used in international organizations (French, Spanish, Chinese, Russian or Arabic) would be an asset
Aged 32 years or less on the closing date of this announcement.
Note: Preference will be given to candidates who are not currently serving, or who have not previously served, as an intern with either ICAO, IATA and ACI.