Scheduling Analyst

Would You Like To Be A Scheduling Analyst For Comair?


About This Job:

  • You will be based in Johannesburg, Gauteng at Comair’s Head Office.
  • The Scheduling Analyst will be responsible for producing a commercially sound schedule.


Key Performance Areas:

  • Operationalizing the commercial schedule
  • Optimization of the current schedule
  • Providing input to further planning horizons (medium and long-term)
  • Team collaboration / contribution
  • Stakeholder Management
  • Continuous Personal Development



  • Grade 12 (Essential)
  • Bachelor of Commerce degree or equivalent (Essential)
  • 3 years’ work experience in a business planning function within a logistics, supply chain or transport environment (Essential)
  • Experience in interpreting data, analysing information and making recommendations to business (Essential)  


Additional Details:

Purpose of the job:

  • The Scheduling Analyst reports to the Network Planning, Scheduling and Alliances Head within the Commercial Division and the Network Planning & Scheduling Department. 
  • The network is planned for various time horizons, including seasonally (< 1 year), medium term (1-3 years) and long-term (>3 years).
  • Broadly speaking, the role focuses on developing schedule options that drive revenue, reduces costs, maximizes productivity and improves connectivity with partner networks.
  • Planning is required which encompasses identifying and generating ideas to optimize the schedule, ensuring efficiency and profitability are maximized.
  • The job incumbent’s responsibilities would include driving the development, integrity and variations processes and consequently recommending short-term schedule and capacity adjustments.
  • In addition, recommending optimization to Comair’s schedules and capacity to maximize profitability; for example, charters, connectivity analyses and supplementary services.
  • Further, the job incumbent will also provide operational and commercial sign-off for network planning proposals and support 3 Years down to seasonal planning processes, in order to balance short-term schedule goals with long-term planning.
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