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Language : English Job title : Director, Fuel
Company details : IATA
Country: Switzerland
City: Amsterdam
Responsibilities: Develop and implement programs to ensure improvements in the overall fuel supply chain from refinery to airport; Develop and implement programs to facilitate reliable supply of jet fuel given the projected growth in demand over the next 20 years including specific focus on alleviating forecast shortfalls in determined regions/airports;  Set direction in setting global polices in conjunction with senior airline experts; Influence senior industry stakeholders to generate buy-in to airline needs and drive collaboration across the industry; Influence regulations and national polices related to fuel supply; Drive effective competition and competitive pricing for jet fuel supply at airports; Manage the IATA commercial fuel team to proactively adapt to changes in the business / operational / political environments relating to jet fuel supply and procurement; Implement strategy for digitalization of the end-to-end fuelling process; Oversee the Aviation Fuel Forum providing leadership to drive industry level buy-in and collaboration; Coordinate activity with IATA Environment experts to facilitate commercialization of the supply of Sustainable Alternative Fuels at airports;  Support the development and implementation of standards and training tools for fuelling;  Coordinate with IATA Technical Fuel experts on implementation of quality improvement programs; Coordinate with IATA Governance including the Advisory Councils to the Director General and the Passenger Services Conference. Qualifications: 10 years’ experience at a senior management level in aviation, with responsibilities for jet fuel procurement, aircraft fuelling or supply management; Gravitas and credibility to be able to lead IATA and airline delegations and influence senior governmental and industry stakeholders across the globe; Strong negotiation, influencing and conflict resolution skills with a positive approach to problem solving; Detailed knowledge of the global jet fuel supply chain, market dynamics and economic drivers; Detailed knowledge of airline procurement practices for jet fuel including contracts, tools and processes; Proven understanding of trends and opportunities in aircraft turnaround efficiency, the use sustainable aviation fuels and quality assurance processes; Proven experience in managing digital transformation initiatives for procurement to pay; Relevant first degree, advanced degree qualification preferred; Customer service oriented, strong social skills and ability to collaborate with different cultures and manage teams in a multi-cultural environment; Excellent public speaking and written skills. ------------------------- At the heart of IATA are our Values and Behaviors. We all have different personalities, styles and areas of expertise, but you’ll recognize us by the consistent way we act and behave in line with our Values and Behaviors. We are looking for people who bring them to life in everything they do – they are: * Act with integrity and uphold our standards * Think strategically in support of the global big picture * Partner and manage to create high performing teams * Putting people first by acting with a simple human touch Here at IATA we are proud of being a Diverse & Inclusive Organization – we have people from all over the world working in our offices, and we extend this to our recruiting practices. We are a meritocratic organization and an equal opportunity employer.
Required skills: To drive a step change in IATA’s efforts in ensuring the reliable supply of jet fuel at competitive prices across the globe. This is a key strategic management role responsible for optimizing the supply value-chain, reallocating risk, driving measurable financial and service level improvements for airlines, transforming fueling processes through standardization and digitalization, as well as delivering benefits for the industry overall. 
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Country: Switzerland

City: Geneva

Responsibilities:
Develop and implement programs to ensure improvements in the overall fuel supply chain from refinery to airport;

Develop and implement programs to facilitate reliable supply of jet fuel given the projected growth in demand over the next 20 years including specific focus on alleviating forecast shortfalls in determined regions/airports; 

Set direction in setting global polices in conjunction with senior airline experts;

Influence senior industry stakeholders to generate buy-in to airline needs and drive collaboration across the industry;

Influence regulations and national polices related to fuel supply;

Drive effective competition and competitive pricing for jet fuel supply at airports;

Manage the IATA commercial fuel team to proactively adapt to changes in the business / operational / political environments relating to jet fuel supply and procurement;

Implement strategy for digitalization of the end-to-end fuelling process;

Oversee the Aviation Fuel Forum providing leadership to drive industry level buy-in and collaboration;

Coordinate activity with IATA Environment experts to facilitate commercialization of the supply of Sustainable Alternative Fuels at airports; 

Support the development and implementation of standards and training tools for fuelling; 

Coordinate with IATA Technical Fuel experts on implementation of quality improvement programs;

Coordinate with IATA Governance including the Advisory Councils to the Director General and the Passenger Services Conference.

Qualifications:

10 years’ experience at a senior management level in aviation, with responsibilities for jet fuel procurement, aircraft fuelling or supply management;

Gravitas and credibility to be able to lead IATA and airline delegations and influence senior governmental and industry stakeholders across the globe;

Strong negotiation, influencing and conflict resolution skills with a positive approach to problem solving;

Detailed knowledge of the global jet fuel supply chain, market dynamics and economic drivers;

Detailed knowledge of airline procurement practices for jet fuel including contracts, tools and processes;

Proven understanding of trends and opportunities in aircraft turnaround efficiency, the use sustainable aviation fuels and quality assurance processes;

Proven experience in managing digital transformation initiatives for procurement to pay;

Relevant first degree, advanced degree qualification preferred;

Customer service oriented, strong social skills and ability to collaborate with different cultures and manage teams in a multi-cultural environment;

Excellent public speaking and written skills.
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At the heart of IATA are our Values and Behaviors. We all have different personalities, styles and areas of expertise, but you’ll recognize us by the consistent way we act and behave in line with our Values and Behaviors. We are looking for people who bring them to life in everything they do – they are:

* Act with integrity and uphold our standards
* Think strategically in support of the global big picture
* Partner and manage to create high performing teams
* Putting people first by acting with a simple human touch

Here at IATA we are proud of being a Diverse & Inclusive Organization – we have people from all over the world working in our offices, and we extend this to our recruiting practices. We are a meritocratic organization and an equal opportunity employer.

Required skills:
To drive a step change in IATA’s efforts in ensuring the reliable supply of jet fuel at competitive prices across the globe. This is a key strategic management role responsible for optimizing the supply value-chain, reallocating risk, driving measurable financial and service level improvements for airlines, transforming fueling processes through standardization and digitalization, as well as delivering benefits for the industry overall. 


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Introduction
Welcome to IATA Human Capital

At IATA, we are putting our people at the centre of the business agenda. Over the past few years, the air transport industry has met several challenges. In order to ensure its success, it had to simplify the way it does business.

In that context, IATA is looking for people who:

* Can adapt quickly to a changing environment
* Are team players
* Are results-oriented
* Value excellence in customer-service

At IATA, we are working hard at providing our employees with a great working and learning environment. Here are some of our Human Capital priorities for 2007:

* Reviewing our organisational structure creatively and professionally
* Attracting, selecting and retaining the best employees
* Helping our employees go through changes by increasing our focus on management development and improving our internal communications
* Maintaining a results-driven corporate culture by directly measuring achienvements against accountabilities and behaviours.

As some of our Members and partners, we have gone through an extensive re-engineering of the ways we manage our staff.

In 2003, we introduced new staff selection process, performance assessment and rewards systems.

In 2004, we improved our structure to make IATA a well-integrated organisation by introducing the matrix model. Our goal was to facilitate cross-divisional collaboration and circulation of best practices.

In 2005, we reviewed our organisational design to reduce the number of layers and broaden the span of control. Additionally, we developed a dynamic sales organisation and culture.

In 2006, we consolidated European regional offices into one unique hub and drove staff development from simply training to focus on a leadership & learning role.

Also, in cooperation with Dr. Noel Tichy of the University of Michigan School of Business, we have successfully launched the IATA Change Leadership (ICL) and the IATA Leadership Development Programme (ILDP), which act as incubators for preparing the next generation of IATA leaders.

Additionally, the IATA Internship Programmes (IIP) allows us to attract and develop - on a worldwide basis - the best among young talents interested in joining the air transport industry.
If you share our values and are up to the challenge, please visit our Career section to find out about our job opportunities or submit your application for the Internship programme.
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