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Recruitment of Chief Executive Officer and Director of Aviation Safety
Date of publication:
17 February 2017
Recruitment has formally begun for a new Chief Executive Officer and Director of Aviation Safety for the Civil Aviation Safety Authority (CASA).
The Chairman of CASA, Mr Jeff Boyd, said that the Board will be conducting a thorough search to identify the best candidate to lead the organisation.
The role is responsible for providing strategic leadership and management to deliver on the organisation's vision of 'safe skies for all'.
"We're looking for a person who has experience in leading large complex organisations, as well as an understanding of managing a diverse range of stakeholders, government process and regulatory systems," Mr Boyd said.
"We're also looking for someone who has a thorough understanding of the aviation or similar industries, or an ability to rapidly obtain this knowledge.'
The recruitment follows the resignation of former CEO Mark Skidmore in August and the appointment of Shane Carmody in an acting capacity from October last year.
Applications for the role open Friday 17 February and will close on Monday 13 March 2017.