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  1. NOTAM: AIRAC 1912

    NOTAM - AIRAC1912 Sector File and Client Installer Downloads 1. INTRODUCTION The VATPAC sector file updates are normally issued by the operations department every 3 months. The version released today is AIRAC 1912, effective on the 7th November 2019. The sector files provided support both the Virtual Radar Client and the Euroscope Client. 2. DETAILS YMHB Airspace update - change of HB_TWR boundary YPED rwy extension and airport layout update YWOL is now YSHL YPPH airport layout updated YPJT rwy extension and airport layout update YBBN CTZ updated - new SW area C LL007 YBBN airport layout - SUP H48(removal of Rapid Exits A5 and A5S) & 50/19 (new taxiway labels C12 and C13) DAP SID and STAR updates as well as AIP SUPs H109/19(YMLT), H110/19(YMHB), H132/19(YBCG), H103/19(YPJT) Additional IFR fix updates - SUP H134/19 Amended Airways in Tasmania - SUP H132/19 New Alias in Euroscope Package for Enroute Controllers contacting pilots in extended sectors (.freq) 3. DOWNLOAD LINKS Whilst the web pages are being updated, links to the updated files are listed below. Please note the latest iteration of the VRC POF is AIRAC1911. VRC: VRC Sector Files Euroscope: VATPAC Euroscope Package & Sector Files 4. AUTHORITY Director, Operations – [email protected] 5. CANCELLATION This NOTAM will cancel at 27th February 2020.
  2. NOTAM: WorldFlight 2019 Arrivals

    1. Introduction Worldflight 2019 will arrive from the north transiting from Surabaya to Darwin, Darwin to Cairns followed by a final Cairns to Sydney leg. VATPAC will provide ATC services for the departure legs using controllers who have registered to control via the VATPAC Events website (https://events.vatpac.org). This NOTAM contains details of controller positions reserved for use during the event and procedures developed and implemented to manage traffic levels throughout the day. This content is relevant to both ATC and pilots participating in Worldflight legs. 2. Reserved Controller Positions The following control positions are hereby reserved under VATPAC Controller Positions and Ratings Policy 4.1 for Worldflight operations during the indicated times (format DDHHMM eg. 022030 refers to 2030z on the 2nd November UTC). 082330 to 090530 BN-TRT_CTR 082330 to 090430 DN_DEL, DN_GND, DN_TWR, DN_DEP, DN_APP 090130 to 0901130 BN-ARA_CTR, BN-BAR_CTR, BN-TBP_CTR, BN-ISA_CTR 090230 to 090830 CS_DEL, CS_GND, CS_TWR, CS_APP, CS_DEP 090530 to 091130 BN-MDE_CTR, BN-DOS_CTR, ML-WOL_CTR 090630 to 091130 SY_GND, SY-E_GND, SY_TWR, SY-E_TWR, SY_APP, SY-S_APP, SY_DEP, SY-D_APP, SY-DE_APP 3. Worldflight ATC Coordinators The following persons are nominated Worldflight ATC Coordinators. Mr Callum Strawbridge (VATPAC1) Mr Harrison Scott (VATPAC2) 3.1. Un-rostered or unfilled ATC Positions While unreserved ATC positions may be filled on a first-come, first-served basis, any un-rostered controller wishing to contribute on the day should contact any of the above coordinators to offer and coordinate their services. 4. AIRAC 1912 Please note that AIRAC 1912 has come into effect since the Worldflight departure leg. AIRAC 1912 is in effect come the 7th November 2019. All procedures below refer to AIRAC 1912. 5. Procedures 5.1. Pre-Departure Clearance Pre-Departure Clearance (PDC) may be available on request via VATSIM client based PVT TEXT only. PDC via external ACARS clients is NOT guaranteed. 5.2. Arrivals Procedure – Darwin Expect DONYA7A Arrival. Holding available at DONYA 5.3. Departure Procedure – Darwin Coded clearance WORLFFLIGHT ROUTE 43 ABL to all aircraft planned via “PALGA SOCAR J61 KONDA”. Pilots should request coded clearance using the following phraseology. “DARWIN DELIVERY, QFA25 REQUEST CLEARENCE WORLDFLIGHT ROUTE 43.” Clearance shall be provided as follows. “QFA25, CLEARED TO CAIRNS VIA WORLDFLIGHT ROUTE 43, SQUAWK XXXX” All aircraft departing via the DARWIN 6 DEPARTURE expect left turn, maintain 5000. 5.4. Cairns Arrival Procedures Non-published holding point at KONDA. Arrivals expect CODIE7AKONDA RWY 15 or HENDO8AKONDA RWY33. 5.5. Cairns Departure Procedures Coded clearance WORLFFLIGHT ROUTE 44 ABL to all aircraft planned via “SWIFT Y153 ROKUU H12 BOREE”. Pilots should request coded clearance using the following phraseology. “CAIRNS DELIVERY, QFA25 REQUEST CLEARANCE WORLDFLIGHT ROUTE 44.” Clearance shall be provided as follows. “QFA25, CLEARED TO SYDNEY VIA WORLDFLIGHT ROUTE 44, SQUAWK XXXX.” Generic Departure Instructions ACFT less than B777 expect intersection B2 or B5 departure. If requiring backtrack, advise ATC upon request for airways clearance. RWY 15 Active JET ACFT cleared via SWIFT assigned SWIFT8 DEP, climb via SID to 6000. CAUTION TERRAIN STH OF CAIRNS: this procedure calls for an immediate left turn to intercept the 080-Radial outbound. DO NOT turn DCT SWIFT until above 4000ft and established on the radial. Contact CS_DEP 126.100 airborne. RWY 33 Active JET ACFT cleared via SWIFT assigned CAIRNS TWO DEPARTURE. Expect right turn, maintain 6000. Contact CS_DEP 126.100 airborne. 5.6. Sydney Arrival Procedures Holdings available at CORKY or BOREE Expect BOREE1A ARRIVAL. 6. Authority Director, Operations – [email protected] 7. Cancellation This NOTAM self cancels at 1130z 9th November 2019
  3. NOTAM: WorldFlight 2019 Departures

    1. Introduction Worldflight 2019 will depart from Sydney (YSSY) on the morning of the 3rd November (Local Time) and travel across the Tasman to Christchurch. VATPAC will provide ATC services for the departure legs using controllers who have registered to control via the VATPAC Events website (https://events.vatpac.org). This NOTAM contains details of controller positions reserved for use during the event and procedures developed and implemented to manage traffic levels throughout the day. This content is relevant to both ATC and pilots participating in Worldflight legs. 2. Reserved Controller Positions The following control positions are hereby reserved under VATPAC Controller Positions and Ratings Policy 4.1 for Worldflight operations during the indicated times (format DDHHMM eg. 022030 refers to 2030z on the 2nd November UTC). 022030 until 030230 SY_DEL, SY_GND, SY-E_GND, SY_TWR, SY-E_TWR, SY_APP, SY_DEP, ML-WOL_CTR, ML-OCN_CTR, BN-MDE_CTR, BN-TSN_CTR, BN-HWE_CTR. 3. Worldflight ATC Coordinators The following persons are nominated Worldflight ATC Coordinators. Mr Callum Strawbridge (VATPAC1) Mr Harrison Scott (VATPAC2) 3.1. Un-rostered or unfilled ATC Positions While unreserved ATC positions may be filled on a first-come, first-served basis, any un-rostered controller wishing to contribute on the day should contact any of the above coordinators to offer and coordinate their services. 4 Procedures 4.1. Pre-Departure Clearance Pre-Departure Clearance (PDC) may be available on request via VATSIM client based PVT TEXT only. PDC via external ACARS clients is NOT guaranteed. 4.2. Departure Procedures – Sydney ACFT that operationally REQ RWY 34L/16R should connect at the INTL Apron. Coded clearance WORLDFLIGHT ROUTE 1 AVBL to all aircraft planned via “CAWLY M636 PLUGA N750 VANDA”. Pilots should request coded clearance using the phraseology: “SYDNEY DELIVERY, QFA25 REQUEST CLEARANCE WORLDFLIGHT ROUTE 1.” Clearance will be provided as follows (see below for SID and climb instructions): “QFA25, CLEARED TO CAIRNS VIA WORLDFLIGHT ROUTE 1, RWY nn SQUAWK nnnn.” Mode 9 (34L&R Departures) Aircraft departing 34L assigned RIC5 Departure RADAR transition, climb via SID to 5000. Aircraft departing 34R assigned MARUB6 Departure, RADAR transition, climb via SID to 5000. Contact SY_DEP 123.000 airborne. Mode 10 (16L&R Departures) Aircraft departing 16R assigned KAMPI5 Departure RADAR Transition, climb via SID to 5000. Aircraft departing 16L assigned KEVIN6 Departure RADAR Transition, climb via SID to 5000. Contact SY_DEP 123.000 airborne. 4.3. Further Procedures For further procedures please consult the briefing package linked below. https://drive.google.com/file/d/1BFpBAaG4MZaVqMunHHsqTw6dRVDUBhbG/view?usp=sharing 5. Authority Director, Operations – [email protected] 6. Cancellation This NOTAM self cancels at 0230z 3rd November 2019
  4. NOTAM: VATSPY and ServInfo AIRAC1911

    NOTAM - VATSPY and ServInfo AIRAC1911 1 INTRODUCTION In light of the recent AFv changes in regards to sector extensions. The VATPAC Operations department has released an updated set of VATSPY and ServInfo files. You may download the files via the following two links below. Instructions on how to update the files can be found here. 2 DETAILS When extending sectors on AFV, instead of using the controller's primary frequency across all extended sectors, the controller now uses the frequency assigned to each standard sector. For example, if ML-SNO_CTR is logged in and is extending to WOL, the controller will be transmitting and receiving on both 124.0 (SNO) and 125.0 (WOL). Therefore, aircraft in WOL will be out of range of the SNO frequency and will need to tune the WOL frequency (125.0) to contact the controller. The new pilot clients only display the controllers primary frequency, not the extended enroute frequencies the controller has cross coupled to his primary frequency. We have updated the VATSPY and ServInfo files to assist in pilot's knowing the next en-route frequency. Examples of how this works has been attached below. You are flying in the Katomba sector (YKAT) and ML-SNO_CTR is logged in and is extending to WOL. If you hover your mouse over YKAT in VATSpy or InfoServ you will see: Melbourne (Katomba) 133.5* (125.0) FIR, Australia This tells you that Katomba is a non-standard sector (the* indicates this) and the frequency to use to contact the controller is the frequency for the standard sector Katomba is part of :- 125.0 (WOL). If during an event Katomba has been activated with ML-KAT_CTR logged in, you would use Katomba's dedicated frequency 133.5. If you hover you mouse over YWOL you will see: Melbourne (Wollongong) 125.0 FIR, Australia This tells you WOL is a standard sector with the frequency 125.0 and all the other non-standard sectors that are part of WOL will have (125.0) in their name. 3 DOWNLOAD LINKS Whilst the web pages are being updated, links to the updated files are; VATSPY: Here ServInfo: Here 4 AUTHORITY Director Operations - [email protected] 5 CANCELLATION This NOTAM does not self-cancel.
  5. NOTAM: AIRAC 1911

    NOTAM - AIRAC1911 Sector File and Client Installer Downloads 1 INTRODUCTION The VATPAC sector files are normally produced and developed by the operations department every 3 months. Due to the introduction of Audio for VATSIM, the Operations department has decided to release a sector file and euroscope installer update to better facilitate Audio for VATSIM. If you have any questions or queries, please email me at [email protected] or post within the Audio for VATSIM forum. I also would like to thank Peter Story, he's gone above and beyond to ensure VATPAC is ready for AFV. Cheers to you Peter! 2 DETAILS Sector file differences: When using ES, you may place a tick in the SCT2 box in OTHERSET/Display Settings/Freetext. Using VRC, you can click menu View/Static Text. Provided you are using the new sector files you will now see the frequency next to en route sector names on the scope. En-route controllers should update their sector files to ease the process of transferring pilots to cross-coupled, adjacent sector frequencies which are NOT displayed in pilot clients. Voice file: Due to the changes implemented in AFV, when connecting a primary frequency, controllers should NOT be activating a primary frequency with a previously-live voice server. Updating you VOICE.txt will remove all the rw1.vatpac.org links from the voice communication setup. Therefore, anyone who does NOT use the Euroscope Package Installer should manually update this file in /Documents/Euroscope. VATPAC Euroscope Package Installer: The package installer incorporates the new sector files and the new VOICE.txt file. In addition, it also is set's the .asr files to automatically display the adjacent sector frequencies for en route profiles. Remember, delete the /Document/Euroscope/VATPAC folder before running the AIRAC 1911 installer. VRC Users should manually update their profiles and replace the VOX Server: rw1.vatpac.org with noserver to ensure there is no conflict with the live network. 3 DOWNLOAD LINKS Whilst the web pages are being updated, links to the updated files are; VRC: VRC Sector Files and VRC POF Euroscope: VATPAC Euroscope Package and ES Sector Files ES Voice File: Attached to Post 4 AUTHORITY Director Operations - [email protected] 5 CANCELLATION This NOTAM will cancel at 6 NOV 19 - 23:59UTC. VOICE.txt
  6. NOTAM: Policy Updates

    NOTAM: Policy Updates 1. INTRODUCTION The VATPAC Operations Department has updated that VATPAC Controller Positions and Ratings Policy and the VATPAC Controller Information and ATIS Policy. These updates have been to facilitate the implementation of Audio for VATSIM (AFV). 2. DETAILS Controller Positions and Ratings Policy Changes Summary A controller providing top-down coverage from either an Approach/Tower/Surface Movement Control position shall do so using only the primary frequency designated to their logged-in position. Use of multiple frequencies (Other than an ATIS) is not permitted. A controller providing top-down coverage from an Enroute position shall do so using only the primary frequency designated to the overlying sector. Use of additional aerodrome and/or TMA frequencies (other than an ATIS) for the purpose of top-down control is not permitted. En route controllers providing extended coverage shall configure their client software to transmit and receive on the primary frequency assumed by the sector. En route controllers shall cross-couple all frequencies assumed by the controller. En route controllers shall remain aware of sector boundaries and frequency ranges, instructing pilots to switch to the most appropriate frequency when leaving/entering adjacent sectors. Controller Information and ATIS Policy Changes Summary En route, non-FSS or oceanic controllers shall include the three (3) letter sector identifier and frequency of any standard control position to which extended coverage is being provided, and the four (4) letter ICAO identifier of any aerodrome to which a top-down Tower or Approach service is being provided in their controller ATIS information. Aerodromes which are not specified in the controller information may be assumed to operate as uncontrolled aerodromes. For Example ML-SNO_CTR: “Ext WOL 125.0, TBD 125.3, Top-Down YMML, YSCB, YSSY, YPAD.” Controller information MUST NOT include: controller's name & rating and meteorological information. 3. AUTHORITY VATPAC Director Operations 4. CANCELLATION This NOTAM shall remain current unless notification is provided in the NOTAM forum.
  7. 1. INTRODUCTION: 1.1 Elements of RAAFvirtual.org (VSOA) and Virtual United States Navy (VSOA)will be conducting a wide range of military/formation flying training in the airspace surrounding RAAFv Base TIndal. 1.2 Training period begins on the 27th September 2019 and will self-cancel on 9th November 2019 as follows: Airspaces will be active for the duration of the NOTAM period 1.3 The Training will involve F/A18, E737, KC30A, C17A, C130/C30J, C27J, B350, P8, F22, F35 and PC-21 aircraft operating from RAAFv Base Tindal. 2. AIRSPACE ACTIVATION 2.1 For the duration of the NOTAM, activity is anticipated for the entire time period as set out in 1.2. 2.2 The following Temporary Modified Restricted and AAR, AEW&C airspace are established at Tindal (YPTN), and will be activated by NOTAM: a. YPTN/R249 CONDITIONAL STATUS: RA1 (Primary) MILITARY FLYING LATERAL LIMITS: Limits are Setout by airspace outline in Appendix VERTICAL LIMITS: 10000-NOTAM HOURS OF ACTIVITY: NOTAM CONTROLLING AUTHORITY: VATPAC b. YPTN/R225 (A, B, C, D, & F) CONDITIONAL STATUS: RA2 (Primary) MILITARY FLYING LATERAL LIMITS: Limits are Setout by airspace outline in Appendix VERTICAL LIMITS: 9500 – F600 HOURS OF ACTIVITY: NOTAM CONTROLLING AUTHORITY: VATPAC c. YPTN/R226 (A & B) CONDITIONAL STATUS: RA2 (Transit) MILITARY FLYING LATERAL LIMITS: Limits are Setout by airspace outline in Appendix VERTICAL LIMITS: 9500 – NOTAM HOURS OF ACTIVITY: NOTAM CONTROLLING AUTHORITY: VATPAC d. YPTN/R264 CONDITIONAL STATUS: RA2 (Primary/AAR/AWACS) MILITARY FLYING LATERAL LIMITS: Limits are Setout by airspace outline in Appendix VERTICAL LIMITS: NOTAM- NOTAM HOURS OF ACTIVITY: 5000-F400 CONTROLLING AUTHORITY: VATPAC d. YPDN/R230 CONDITIONAL STATUS: RA2 (Transit) MILITARY FLYING LATERAL LIMITS: Limits are Setout by airspace outline in Appendix VERTICAL LIMITS: 5000 – F400 HOURS OF ACTIVITY: NOTAM CONTROLLING AUTHORITY: VATPAC 3. AIRSPACE ACTIVATION TIMING. 3.1 Training Sorties are planned to take place as set out in 1.2 of this NOTAM 4. FLIGHT PLANNING AND ROUTE LIMITATIONS. 4.1 All waypoints inside exercise lateral boundaries will be available above FL400 during the exercise. 4.2 Upper limits are set out in section 2.0 of this NOTAM 5. PROCEDURES 5.1 Military pilots are present in the activated Restricted Areas (VSOA in flight plan remarks) 5.1.1 Pilots: If unable to conduct flights without transiting the Restricted Areas at or above the levels in para 4.1 BN-TRT_CTR active: contact Brisbane Centre on 133.200 who will coordinate with the Range Controller to arrange access – note rerouting may be required to avoid an area with RA2 or RA3 Conditional Status. BN-TRT_CTR not active: contact the Range Controller (via private message). 5.1.2 Range Controller: If access is required, contact the Range Controller callsign in the following order: WGTL***, BUCK***, COLT*** 5.2 Military pilots are not present in the activated Restricted Areas 5.2.1 Pilots and ATC: There are no restrictions on accessing the activated Restricted Areas. 6. MILITARY AIRCRAFT OPERATIONS 6.1 High speed military jet & turboprop aircraft will be on random tracks without communications within all exercise airspace. Traffic information will not be provided to or about exercise aircraft operating in exercise area. (Intentions may be handed to ATC by the flight lead on a flight by flight basis) 6.2 Aircraft operating out of Tindal (YPTN) will operate on the appropriate CTAF channels when ATC is not online. 6.3 Aircraft operating out if Darwin(YPDN) will operate on the appropriate Freq if ATC is online Otherwise aircraft to monitor UNICOM. 6.4 When outside CTAF areas, military aircraft will tune UNICOM until established within active restricted airspace. Upon entering active restricted airspace military aircraft will be virtually NOCOM. (See para 5.4) 6.5 Regardless of the phase of flight, military aircraft will endeavour to monitor UNICOM text (122.800) for mutual separation when ATC is offline. 6.6 The below list outlines the civil frequencies that military aircraft will operate on when outside of restricted airspace. Location Frequency YPTN TWR: 119.700 YPTN APP: 120.950 All Other (UNICOM) 7. PRIORITIES 7.1 During exercise activity periods, access to the exercise airspace may not be available due to high density/high energy military operations. 7.2 Every endeavour will be made to adjust exercise activities and minimize delays to facilitate transit of civil aircraft. 8. CANCELLATION 8.1 This NOTAM will self-cancel on the date set out in 1.2 9. DISTRIBUTION 9.1 VATPAC Forums/Website 9.2 RAAFvirtual Forums/Website 10. CONTACTS 10.1 VATPAC Operations 10.2 vAVM Ashley Carlson - RAAFv – [email protected] Appendix Exercise Area –
  8. NOTAM: Letter of Agreement - RAAFv

    NOTAM: Letter of Agreement Between RAAFv and VATSIM Australia Pacific 1. INTRODUCTION RAAFv and VATSIM Australia Pacific have ratified a Letter of Agreement that defines the release of restricted airspace within VATPAC to RAAFv during operational periods. This letter of agreement is supplementary to VATSIM and Regional documents and does not replace or override VATSIM Policy. Document: RAAFv VATPAC LOA 2. DETAILS Background RAAFv conducts operations that utilise restricted airspace within the designated airspace assigned to VATPAC by the CoR. In the past, the release of this airspace has not been formally documented and has been at the discretion of the Director Operations. Additionally, procedures pertaining to the responsibilities of AEWAC pilots, civil aircraft and civil controllers has not been documented during the activation of RA's. Document Summary Provides definition to restricted airspace and it states, these include Activated, Active and Inactive. Defines who an AEWAC pilot is and how pilots can identify them. Defines the release of controlling authority from VATPAC controllers to AEWAC Controllers. Provides operational procedures and requirements of controllers for handling aircraft travelling into and out of RA's Area's of Potential Confusion AEWAC Pilots are NOT controllers, they are aircraft which are connected to the network via a pilot client and maybe utilising a radar scope which is proxied. RA's are not entirely restricted to military aircraft. There are different categories of restricted areas which determine whether civilian aircraft can transit. To find the category of an active RA, consult the NOTAM pertaining to the operation. See this post for clarification: here When an RA is active and an AEWAC pilot is within its boundaries, pilots shall contact the AEWAC pilot. If a pilot is unaware of the active RA, the AEWAC pilot shall make contact with the civilian pilot. In addition to this, AEWAC pilots may give aircraft and alternate route/level which avoids the active RA. However, aircraft may deem this operationally unviable in which the AEWAC pilot shall manage military traffic around the civilian aircraft. ATC may be unaware of this LOA. In the event that a civilian controller is unaware, the AEWAC pilot shall provide a link to the LOA and the civilian controller shall comply with the details set out within the document. In the event the controller continues to be non-compliant, use the .wallop command to call a supervisor and cite the link to this post and the LOA. 3. AUTHORITY VATPAC Board of Directors 4. CANCELLATION This LOA shall remain active unless notification is provided in the NOTAM forum.
  9. Sydney Harbour Scenic Pilot Guide

    INTRODUCTION OF THE SYDNEY HARBOUR SCENIC PILOT GUIDE The VATPAC Operations Department has created a Sydney Harbour Scenic Pilot Guide to supplement information available in the Sydney Area Local Instructions. Additionally, this document is for the combined use of pilots and controllers. DETAILS This Document Covers. Background to why the scenic routes are required, required charts, ERSA pages and the requirements of the airspace. Clearance Requests: The process of requesting, providing and receiving a Harbour Scenic One/Two Route: Descriptive route of the Harbour Scenic One/Two and a visual diagram of the route. DOCUMENT LINK Sydney Harbour Scenic Pilot Guide ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS I would like to acknowledge Tristan Garratt, Peter Story and Greg Barber for their efforts in putting this together.
  10. Updated Local Instructions

    Please note there has been a minor amendment to Section 2.8.2 of the Sydney Area Local Instructions. See version 6.4: here
  11. NOTAM: ATC Assist

    Hi Everyone, VATPAC IT is proud to present the latest edition of ATC Assist. It has a more user friendly design with a reliable backend that will provide accurate SID's and STAR's. It also features a Route Finder, Chart Search and a metar tool. ATC Assist has also moved from assist.vatpac.org to atc.vatpac.org. This is part of an ongoing plan which will also see the return of a dedicated pilot assist tool. I would like to thank Jacob Holmes especially for his efforts with this application. If anyone has any recommendations or errors with the application, I invite you to submit a feedback form or email me directly at [email protected] Enjoy!
  12. Appointment: Deputy Director IT

    Please join me in congratulating Jacob Holmes on his appointment to the position of VATPAC Deputy Director IT. Jacob has been working in the IT department since November 2016 alongside myself. He has contributed to the department greatly over his time, especially with the upcoming ATC Assist. Jacob joins us from his position of Deputy Director ATC Training where he has proven himself as a responsible and mature staff member. Daniel and the Board wishes to thank Jacob for his efforts in the position of Deputy Director ATC Training and wish him all the best for his new position.
  13. NOTAM: Scheduled Outage Notice

    This NOTAM Self Cancels at 1000 AEDT on the 17/03/2018.
  14. NOTAM: Scheduled Outage Notice

    1. Introduction VATPAC will be migrating web servers to an Australian host to increase the quality of service to the community. 2. Effective Immediately 3. Affected Services All VATPAC web services will be affected by this change. Please note: The VATSIM Australia Server and Teamspeak will be unaffected. 4. Authority Director - Information Technology - it [at] vatpac.org 5. Cancellation This NOTAM cancels upon notification from the Director - Information Technology
  15. Applications Open: VATPAC IT Developer

    Applications are now open to all members with ranging levels of experience for a position as a Developer on the VATPAC IT team. Being a developer at VATPAC allows you to expand your skill set with the opportunity to work on a diverse range of projects to enhance the VATPAC infrastructure. Reports to: VATPAC Director IT Duties: Assist in developing web and locally based applications that enhance the VATPAC infrastructure. Liaise with the Director IT and/or Deputy Director IT with regards to current and future projects. Ensure that any project and information not available to the general membership is held in strict confidence. Essential Criteria: Be a member of good standing in VATSIM Be able to work well in a voluntary organisation Have a good IT knowledge including but not limited to HTML, CSS... A candidate apply for this position will preferably: Hold an ATC rating Be able to provide an example/portfolio of his/her work How to Apply: Members interested in being considered for the role should apply by outlining their experience and suitability. Applications should be sent via email to it at vatpac.org APPLICATIONS IN STRICTEST CONFIDENCE. APPLICATIONS ARE ONGOING UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE
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