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Posted 21 days ago
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Salary band:
£60k - £70k
Job type:
Permanent
Sector:
Aircraft
Contact:
Liam McAuley
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FOST Helicopter Support Pilot

British International Helicopters has an exciting opportunity for a Pilot to join our small team of professionals at our Newquay Base, flying the AS365 N2. Our Pilots form an integral and important part of our team with this role supporting one of our key clients.

This is a permanent position on the AS365 N2.

 

The successful candidate will be an experienced pilot with a military maritime background operating on our naval support contract, reporting to the Managing Pilot. Roles within the operation involve passenger transfer to ships within the English Channel but can be located elsewhere. Flights are also undertaken on other roles including training support. Deck operations to ships are a core requirement in this challenging environment.

 

Some specific tasks required of our pilots include:

·         Maintenance of training currencies and qualifications

·         Carrying out flights safely in accordance with the Company Operations Manual

·         Ensuring compliance with the Fatigue Risk Management System. 

·         Liaising with the crew throughout flight to ensure the service provided meets the demanding standards required

·         Ensuring passengers are adequately briefed before flight

·         Maintaining the highest safety standards 

·         Providing guidance to crews when conducting under-slung load and Hoist operations.

 

Skills and Experience

 

Essential:   

·         Must have Military Maritime background, operating to military decks.

·         Must be able to obtain a minimum SC level clearance for acceptance onto the programme by British Military.

·         EASA CPL(H) and Instrument Rating (H)

·         Have passed an initial medical or assessment and is found fit to discharge the duties outlined above.

 

Desirable:

·         Experience in a similar role.

·         Alternative Skills and Experience

·         For the right candidate, with the following skills and experience, financial assistance for the initial issue of a CPL(H) and IR will be considered:

·         Hold ATPL(H) theory

·         Current or very recently current with MRP/BRd766 requirements for flying and deck operations

·         Current Military Aircrew Medical.

 

If applying using these requirements, please provide details of MRP required course dates and a copy of the previous 12 months logbook flying summaries. The successful candidate will be required to adhere to company policies and procedures as detailed in the company Operations Manual. 

 

They will undertake training courses and testing as required by the company at whichever location is necessary.  This will also include training and testing to maintain compliance with the Military Aviation Authority Regulatory Publications. 

The working pattern is based around the flying programme which is predominantly weekdays and consists of a shift pattern.

 

If you have the relevant skills and experience, we look forward to receiving your application.

If you would like to apply for this role please send your CV and one of the team will contact you.

 

Candidates must be able to satisfy the requirements of BIH and our customer in order to gain approval to fly on this operation.

FOST Helicopter Support Pilot

British International Helicopters has an exciting opportunity for a Pilot to join our small team of professionals at our Newquay Base, flying the AS365 N2. Our Pilots form an integral and important part of our team with this role supporting one of our key clients.

This is a permanent position on the AS365 N2.

 

The successful candidate will be an experienced pilot with a military maritime background operating on our naval support contract, reporting to the Managing Pilot. Roles within the operation involve passenger transfer to ships within the English Channel but can be located elsewhere. Flights are also undertaken on other roles including training support. Deck operations to ships are a core requirement in this challenging environment.

 

Some specific tasks required of our pilots include:

·         Maintenance of training currencies and qualifications

·         Carrying out flights safely in accordance with the Company Operations Manual

·         Ensuring compliance with the Fatigue Risk Management System. 

·         Liaising with the crew throughout flight to ensure the service provided meets the demanding standards required

·         Ensuring passengers are adequately briefed before flight

·         Maintaining the highest safety standards 

·         Providing guidance to crews when conducting under-slung load and Hoist operations.

 

Skills and Experience

 

Essential:   

·         Must have Military Maritime background, operating to military decks.

·         Must be able to obtain a minimum SC level clearance for acceptance onto the programme by British Military.

·         EASA CPL(H) and Instrument Rating (H)

·         Have passed an initial medical or assessment and is found fit to discharge the duties outlined above.

 

Desirable:

·         Experience in a similar role.

·         Alternative Skills and Experience

·         For the right candidate, with the following skills and experience, financial assistance for the initial issue of a CPL(H) and IR will be considered:

·         Hold ATPL(H) theory

·         Current or very recently current with MRP/BRd766 requirements for flying and deck operations

·         Current Military Aircrew Medical.

 

If applying using these requirements, please provide details of MRP required course dates and a copy of the previous 12 months logbook flying summaries. The successful candidate will be required to adhere to company policies and procedures as detailed in the company Operations Manual. 

 

They will undertake training courses and testing as required by the company at whichever location is necessary.  This will also include training and testing to maintain compliance with the Military Aviation Authority Regulatory Publications. 

The working pattern is based around the flying programme which is predominantly weekdays and consists of a shift pattern.

 

If you have the relevant skills and experience, we look forward to receiving your application.

If you would like to apply for this role please send your CV and one of the team will contact you.

 

Candidates must be able to satisfy the requirements of BIH and our customer in order to gain approval to fly on this operation.

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