Career Opportunities: Aviation Officer P3 (Maiduguri, Nigeria; Kinshasa, DRC; Ndjamena, Chad) (53721)

ABOUT WFP

The United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) is the world’s largest humanitarian agency, fighting hunger worldwide. WFP is seeking to fill three positions of Aviation Officer P3 level, based in Maiduguri, Nigeria (1 position); Kinshasa, Democratic Republic of Congo (1 position), and Ndjamena, Chad (1 position).

 

WFP Aviation is the recognized leader in humanitarian aviation and, through its expertise, provides air services to more than 1,000 different humanitarian organizations in various locations across the world.  With more than 80 contracted aircraft in over 15 aviation field operations globally, WFP provides an apt platform for aviation professionals seeking highly rewarding career opportunities.  A job tenure with us is an exciting adventure which involves working in line management positions in any of our country offices and at the headquarters in Rome.  Staff have an enviable career path where their knowledge and skills are enhanced in diverse areas in the aviation industry including – but not limited to – contract management, technical compliance, quality assurance, aviation safety, air operations management, aviation security and human resource management.  We welcome you to be part of this exhilarating journey to facilitate humanitarian assistance to the world’s vulnerable populations.

KEY ACCOUNTABILITIES (not all-inclusive)

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