ANSE

Air navigation services employee

Our air navigation services employees play a key role in the safe and efficient management of air traffic.

Our air navigation services employees play a key role in the safe and efficient management of air traffic.

Air navigation services employees (ANSEs) work primarily in air traffic management (ATM) and in aeronautical information management (AIM). They provide important information to the stakeholders in the Swiss aviation industry (airlines, pilots, airport authorities, air traffic controllers) to ensure that the flow of air traffic is safe and efficient.

These are the areas that ANSEs work in:

Working areas:

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Requirements for applying:

  • Baccalaureate (Matura) or completion of commercial/technical vocational training
  • Work experience in the aviation sector, preferably in the area of 24/7 operations. Alternatively, a Bachelor of Science degree in Aviation (ZHAW)
  • A good customer focus
  • Team player with the ability to think analytically and logically and a sense of responsibility
  • The ability to remain calm and organised in challenging situations and to work without making mistakes
  • Willingness to take the ANSE basic training course (5 weeks, partly on-site in Dübendorf) and internal training courses
  • Willingness to work irregular hours (24/7)
  • IT knowledge for work in a computerised environment
  • Good command of German or French and English (level B2)
  • Aeronautical information management: in addition, good command of French (level B1)

 

Additional requirements for applying (flight information centre):

  • ANSE basic training – as specified in the B1.2 ANSE Initial Training Plan or
  • ATCO basic training – as specified in the B1.2 ATCO Initial Training Plan or
  • FISO basic training – as specified in the B01 FISO Basic Training Processes and Contents and completion of the radiotelephony (RTF) course or the private pilot licence (PPL) theory course.