Role:Training Captain (Rotary)
Location: SW England
We are looking to recruit a Training Captain (TRI / IRI).
An exciting opportunity to join our clients onshore operation, a leading provider of critical helicopter services to the air ambulance, police and offshore sectors. Our client provides world-class operations to its customers helping them to save lives and protect communities every day.
With a fleet of 32 helicopters from bases across England, Wales, Scotland and Ireland thwey have been been providing dedicated air ambulance support for more than 20 years and their police helicopters have been supporting UK communities for almost a decade. They constantly invest in new aircraft, equipment and training to ensure the consistent capability to deliver safe, dependable operational excellence at all times.
As an ATO, they provide a variety of helicopter courses, including both Type and Instrument Ratings for the EC145 and EC135 helicopters. As a TRI/IRI, you will be required to undertake such courses for both internal and external students. You will be required to work a flexible hours Monday-Friday roster and reside within easy commuting distance from Staverton. What do I need to do the role?
You’ll need to hold an EASA ATPL (H)
It is envisaged that the successful candidate will have experience in the following areas.
- 1000 hours pilot in command of aircraft of which 500 hours is pilot in command on twin turbine helicopters; or
- 1000 hours as co-pilot in HEMS/ Police operations of which 500 hours is as pilot in command under supervision and 100 hours pilot in command of twin turbine helicopters.
- 2000 hours minimum total helicopter experience.
- 500 hours operating experience in twin turbine helicopters
- 20 hours VFR at night as pilot in command.
- Accredited Level 5 English verbal & written, Driving License, Passport, Rights to Work in the UK.
Candidates would also ideally:
- Be qualified and instrument rated on both the EC135 and EC145
- Hold a current TRI/IRI
- Have previous experience in a training environment
- Have experience of HEMS operations
To be eligible to apply for this role, you must be a British citizen, European Economic Area (EEA) national, a Commonwealth Citizen or Foreign National with no restrictions on your stay in the UK.
If you are interested in this role and meet the qualifying requirements please contact me to discuss this opportunity in complete confidence.