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- About OpsGroup – the heart of International Flight Operations
- Feb 20, 2018 – new members being accepted, read why.
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Chances are that you found us by reading the International Ops Bulletin that we produce once a week, on a Wednesday. We’ve got 25,000 readers, and we regularly get the question: I find the bulletin useful, so what else do you guys do at Flight Service Bureau?
Well, quite a lot actually. Our tagline reads “We work with Airlines and aircraft operators worldwide to provide critical flight information, and a 24-hour mission support service through our network of Flight Service Stations”. So what does that mean?
In short, we help international aircraft operators (mostly Airlines, Manufacturers, Private operators, and Leasing Companies) with Ad-hoc flights, Ferries, and Deliveries; we run flight plans, build routes, check security issues, recommend handlers; we create maps, bulletins, ops notices; monitor air traffic; liaise with ATC and CAA’s, arrange special permits, help with diversion recovery, build tools and maps, and a whole bunch of other stuff.
Take a look at Our Story; and if you’d like to speak to a real person, just email email@example.com.
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Every Wednesday, Flight Service Bureau issues a weekly International Ops Bulletin for International Pilots, Dispatchers, ATC, Regulators, Authorities, Airlines and Aircraft Operators.
We cover this weeks changes to International Flight Operations – Airports, ATC, Procedures, New rules, Visas, Airspace alerts, Weather issues, and warnings and dangers to international aviation. Through OpsGroup and regular bulletin subscribers, we reach 40,000 people each week.
A short, free version is available here – usually delivered once a fortnight.
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You can request membership of OPSGROUP to receive the full version delivered every Wednesday, along with all OPSGROUP member benefits: Members Questions, Group Discussions, Free maps and charts (normally $25), Full access to aireport for group reviews of handlers and airports, regular alerts for critical international ops info, Complimentary Airports Database (normally $375), Full access to safeairspace.net including updated risk alerts, and guidance and help when you want it on any International Operations topic (that last one is really useful!).
If you’re not sure yet, just have a look around this blog and you’ll get an idea of the type of thing you’ll get as a member – some of the content is posted publicly. Or ask us a question about OPSGROUP.
Join our team of Flight Service stations (HNL, SAN, MCO, SNN, DOH, MNL, AKL) to provide assistance as needed with flight planning, logistics arrangements, publication preparation, and ad-hoc aircraft operator services.
\\\ What you’ll be doing
This Junior Flight Service Specialist role is location independent, meaning that you can choose where you work from – we only require that you have a laptop and secure internet access with a backup option. The role is shift work based, although weighted towards normal office hours in your timezone. There is regular weekend work.
\\\ What you’ll need
- A really great attitude to teamwork, positive approach to customer satisfaction, and at least some interest in airplanes or logistics!
- A minimum of1year practical and relevant experience gained in a Corporate Flight Department, Flight Support Provider or similar.
- Located in a CIS or Asian time zone UTC+3 to UTC+8
- A basic qualification in flight planning –FAA Dispatch License or equivalent would be great.
- Did we say Attention to Detail? Attention to Detail.
- Self Starter with discipline to work alone but within a team
- Proven skill for multi-tasking
- Able to work irregular hours including weekends and holidays
- This is an English speaking role but Russian language is an advantage
\\\ Why would you want to work here?
You get to work with a great group of people all over the world, providing information and assistance to Aircraft Operators globally. Even if we do say so ourselves, it’s a nice team of people that enjoy what they do, and you’ll see how that makes for a great working environment.
\\\ How to apply?