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ATC In Ireland

Old 24th Aug 2009, 14:56
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ATC In Ireland

Hi!
I come from France, and i felt in love with Ireland last year. Now, i'm looking for a job in this country, and the perfect one would be the same as i'm doing now!
I'm air traffic controller since 2005 at Nimes airport, and i'm qualified at all the functions (groung, air, approach and coordination).
I'm in the Navy, and the european licence is in progress (we respect all the conditions to have it, but the military general staff is very slow!).
I would like to know who can i contact, to explain me what are your requirements in Ireland, what kind of job can i do in relation to that and to my experience (the perfect job is of course doing the same as now, but in Ireland, but also i can be AFIS agent...).
The most important is that i don't want to go back to school, if possible!
Thanks for help!
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Old 25th Aug 2009, 00:38
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You can find information on ATC here Irish Aviation Authority
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Old 29th Aug 2009, 19:56
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Try Weston Airport (EIWT), near Dublin. If you have ADI Rating they're worth a try.
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