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Communications Center Radio Operator

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    Rockwell Collins Bohemia, New York:<BR />On December 2, 1929, Aeronautical Radio, Inc., was chartered by the Federal Radio Commission (later to become the Federal Communications Commission) to serve as the airline industry&#8217;s &#8220;single licensee and coordinator of radio communication outside of the government.&#8221; Presently, IMS Rockwell Collins provides international and domestic air and ground communications to our major airline customers.<br /><div>&nbsp;</div><div>About the opportunity: We are looking for someone to join our team in Bohemia, Long Island, NY as a Communications Center Radio Operator. This is a rewarding and challenging position that affords you the opportunity to truly make a difference. If selected you will be working in a fast-paced environment where customer service, quality of communication and the ability to multi-task are held in the highest regard. In order to ensure this, the position is focused on providing 24/7 support. Shift work is mandatory.</div><div>&nbsp;</div><div>Your responsibilities will include:</div><div>&nbsp;</div><div>* The operation of HF/VHF radio, computer, and telephone communication equipment.</div>* Receive, copy and deliver Air Traffic Control messages, clearances, advisories, and information requests.<br />* Manage and route air to ground and ground to air traffic, radio messages and communications for dispatchers, pilots, air traffic controllers and other authorized agents.<br /><div>&nbsp;</div><div>Salary is $18.75/hour start. Increase to $20.00/hour after 6 months. After one year, your salary will increase to $21.00/hour.</div><div>&nbsp;</div><div>IMS Rockwell Collins will provide training on weather code symbols, Air Traffic Control and IMS communications regulations, procedures and abbreviations and the operation of all applicable equipment. This is taught within a company sponsored training program that must be successfully completed in order to continue employment.</div>

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