Engineering services supports Airservices core operations through the design, development, installation, delivery and maintenance of assets. Airservices employs a range of Engineering specialists who manage system used for efficient and effective provision of Air Traffic Control and Aviation Rescue and Firefighting services to the Aviation Industry. In addition to this, Engineering roles also support the wider Aviation industry through the provision of communication, navigation and surveillance solutions that allow efficient movements of aircraft across the flight information region.
Airservices currently employs engineers from a range of disciplines including Software Engineering, Avionics Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Electrical and Electronics Engineering, Civil Engineering and Systems Engineering. All types of engineers are required to deliver the systems and functionality that allows our staff to talk to, monitor and guide aircraft across the nation safely. Working as an Engineer with Airservices will provide you with great learning opportunities and job satisfaction, as you would be able to see the positive impact of your work on the Australian Aviation Industry.
Information Management & Data Services (IM&DS) connects the Airservices information environment with all its core operations like managing air traffic and aviation rescue operations. IM&DS provides the essential technology support, maintenance and development needed for the organisation to be successful in all their operations, be it providing essential data to airlines or maintaining the radars spread all across Australia. Working in IM&DS will give you immense satisfaction knowing that you are doing meaningful work along with using cutting edge technology, to keep the Australia airspace safe and open for business.
Keeping the aviation industry moving safety is at our core, it’s what we do every day here at Airservices, and our air traffic management system is the backbone technology that supports us to be one of the world’s safest Air Navigation Service Providers (ANSPs).
We’re proud of our current air traffic management system, but it is approaching its end-of-life, so we’ve made the decision to replace it. Australia’s military air traffic control system is also reaching its end-of-life so together with the Department of Defence we’re working on a whole new concept. We’re creating Australia’s first harmonised civil and military air traffic management system, or CMATS for short.
But what is OneSKY? The OneSKY Australia program is a team of experts from Airservices and Defence working together to deliver CMATS. It is a significant joint program and it is focussed on aligning the needs of civil and military aviation to ensure we improve safety and efficiency for civil and military air traffic while catering for significant forecast growth in the aviation sector.
No matter what role you undertake in Airservices Australia, you will ultimately connect people with people. Whether it be politicians with Canberra or tourists with China, you’ll play your part in the meaningful work of the safe arrival and departure of more than 156 million airline passengers every year. The work is demanding and rest assured you’ll never be bored. You’ll enjoy excellent opportunities, ongoing training and exceptional benefits. So if you’d like to connect with 4000 equally talented people, connect with us today.