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Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Recruitment: Air Traffic Controllers
The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) is planning on hiring around 3,000 Air Traffic Controllers nationwide.
These jobs are important to our Nation’s infrastructure and economy, and the FAA wants to ensure everyone is aware of these openings which will be available on or around February 10, 2014 on the http://www.usajobs.gov/ website.
If you're looking for an exciting, challenging and rewarding aviation career, become an FAA Air Traffic Controller.
Every day of the year, and especially on holidays, more than 15,000 federal controllers at 315 FAA air traffic facilities are on the job, guiding more than 87,000 flights every day across our national airspace system. Do you have what it takes to help us control the skies?
To be an Air Traffic Control Specialist, you must:
- Be a United States citizen
- Start at the FAA Academy no later than your 31st birthday
- Pass a medical examination
- Pass a security investigation
- Have three years of progressively responsible work experience, or a Bachelor's degree, or a combination of post-secondary education and work experience that totals three years
- Pass the FAA air traffic pre-employment tests
- Speak English clearly enough to be understood over communications equipment
TO APPLY: The FAA expects to accept applications for a two-week period starting Feb. 10, 2014. Applicants should not wait for the vacancy to open in order to prepare application materials and are highly encouraged to use the résumé builder available on USAJOBS in advance of submitting their application. Please visit usajobs.gov to ensure you have all the necessary paperwork and documentations ready when for when these vacancies open. Be sure to visit the site again on February 10th to submit your application to the vacancy.