I don't see why.
Merit where merit is due.
If the citation is related to work around setting up the RAF Families then yes, a bit late perhaps, but yes. But anything related to the ATC, no. I cannot think of one positive thing that's happened in the last 6/7 years worthy of such an award. Other than as suggested above been doing the job for a while and up for something.
I've never really understood why so many in the military and civil service get these awards for little more than doing a job. If they've contributed to other things in their own time, then that should be a civilian award. There are lots who do things for ex-service charities etc, which should be civilian awards, the same as those charity members who get them.
By the same token that the unformed staff get CFMs, there are many medals for service in theatre and for acts above and beyond, such that there is no need for whatever for doing a job, right up to knighthoods, because you have a certain rank.