We are the UK’s aviation and aerospace regulator. We strive to ensure the aviation industry meets the highest safety standards in order to protect air passengers and the general public. We also run the ATOL scheme, which ensures that consumers are protected financially should they become stranded abroad.
But our work doesn’t stop there.
Aviation is an exciting and rapidly expanding field, and we are proud to be at the forefront. Our work sees us developing regulations for the most current aviation technology, and ensuring that environmental standards are effectively managed.
You could help us to achieve our strategic objectives, and be a part of something great. Providing our people with talent and development opportunities is a fundamental part of our strategy.
We have an approach to performance and development that supports accountability, wellbeing, and puts you in the driving seat. It encourages open dialogue between you and your manager with regular conversations to help shape your aspirations, share feedback, manage your progression and build your personal development plan.
Our wide range of courses and resources are open to all to support you in your current role and help you get ready for a great future.
We also encourage secondments, project-based work and 'on the job' learning as part of our blended learning approach.
11 Westferry Circus , London, E14 4HD
11 Westferry Circus
The Civil Aviation Authority strives to offer flexible and variable working hours to cater to their employees life circumstances and needs. While the organisation is to full adapt an integrated flexible working policy that gives employees autonomy, the business is striving to put employees front and centre.
What we love about The Civil Aviation Authority:
💡They have embraced hybrid working and offer flexible working patterns.
💡The Civil Aviation Authority strive to meet their goal of helping their employees achieve an adequate work-life balance.
Wherever possible, we offer flexible and variable working hours to help our people effectively manage all areas of their lives. All employees within the organisation on full-time contracts work 35 hours a week.