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Fantastic looking job

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I'm too old for this job <IMG alt="image" SRC="http://www.thesite.org/ubb/frown.gif"&gt; , buy I saw it in the Daily Mail & I thought someone here might be interest. Just wish I was a bit younger.

Air Traffic Controllers

c.£20,000 (rising to £55,000)
Setting out on the first steps of your career? Looking for a career change? Searching for company with a future? A job with developmental potential? And a package with real earnings potential?

Welcome to National Air Traffic Services (NATS), a world leader in air traffic management. We are looking for bright people with confidence, cool head and flexibility to become Air Traffic Controllers. The journey starts with an intensive training programme where you will gain all the skills needed to manage the traffic in the skies.

The hours are varied - it's not as stressful as you might think. The salaries are excellent - as you can see. And given the continued growth in aviation, these are exciting times for the business. To be part of it, show us that you've got five GCSEs at grade C or above including Maths and English and you've studied to A level or equivalent. You need to be 18-29 on date of application. All in all, you'll like tackling problems, you can think in 3D and you'll welcome the variety and buzz of air traffic control.

This is a long-term career with enormous potential. Call 020 7832 5413/5564, quoting ref DM, or email postmaster@natsrecruitment.demon.co.uk


I hope that you don't mind me posting all this Karla, but it looks like a brilliant opportunity.

The company's web address is www.nats.co.uk

Hope someone here goes for it <IMG alt="image" SRC="http://www.thesite.org/ubb/smile.gif"&gt;

J9
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