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We're conducting an approach to market to establish a panel of suppliers who will provide analysis, writing and technical review services to help support and communicate aviation safety initiatives and regulatory changes.
We're after people and businesses who have the right combination of specialist writing, editing, research and aviation skills with expertise in fields ranging from aeronautical engineering, aviation management and engineering through to flying, psychology and space science.
If you're offered a place on our panel you'll help develop guidance material, advice, fact sheets, case studies, campaigns and more. You'll be skilled in communicating complex rules and concepts in plain, easy to understand language. The materials you help produce will promote safety behaviour and also make it easier for members of the aviation community to transition to new regulatory requirements.
In addition to having the required writing, editing and research skills, successful suppliers must have expertise in at least one of the following categories:
- aeronautical engineering
- aerospace engineering
- aviation management
- behavioural sciences
- Commercial Pilot Licence – fixed wing
- Commercial Pilot Licence – rotary wing
- Commercial Pilot Licence – balloons
- Flight instructor rating
- mechanical engineering
- Remote Pilot Licence
- space science
- systems engineering.
If you're successful in joining our panel, you can work anywhere – provided you're able to deliver the services we need.
To find out more, visit the Australian Government's procurement information system – AusTender – and download the approach to market documentation.
To participate in this process, tenderers must comply with the terms and conditions and any applicable instructions, processes, procedures and recommendations advised on AusTender and in the approach to market documentation.
All tenders must be submitted through AusTender.
The closing date for tenders is 5.00pm AEST, Monday 20 August.
If you have any questions or would like to discuss the requirements further before making a submission, please contact our Contracts and Procurement Manager by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
You can also phone us on 131 757 or +61 2 6217 1111 from outside Australia. Please quote approach to market ID number 17/129.