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The mission of the Aircraft Maintenance Pricing Analyst is to assist the Pricing Manager in the administration of the JSSI airframe/engine programs.
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JSSI is an Equal Opportunity / Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, protected veteran status, or other characteristic protected by law.
An Airline Transport Pilot Licence and a class 1 medical certificate are the basic and mandatory requirements for pursuing your career as a commercial pilot in the UK. You need to be 18 years of age to get enrolled in the training but the ATPL can’t be obtained before the age of 21. Training time for flying is 16-18 months.
The different kinds of pilots include fighter pilots, commercial pilots, recreational pilots, sports pilots, and cargo pilots. Fighter pilots fly air vehicles used by the military, commercial pilots are employed by airlines for flying commercial aircraft, recreational pilots give passengers a tour of different destinations and cargo pilots fly cargo planes.
The average salary of pilots in the UK varies depending on the factors like the airline, experience, and kind of aircraft. Overall, the pilots are paid well and are offered benefits like health, dental, and vision insurance, paid holidays that differ depending on the years of service at an airline, free flights, and more.
Becoming a pilot requires expensive and tough training but for those aspiring individuals that dream to fly commercial and other airplanes, completing the training and passing medical and other tests will not be that difficult. The estimated time of training is around two years and you need to have your finances sorted for the flying course. It's important that you should be aware of 33 non technical pilot interview questions & answers so you can create a good impression.
You can make a lucrative career being an airplane pilot. You get to earn well, travel around the world and meet new people. Gaining experience as a commercial pilot will improve the chances of your landing a more rewarding job at a bigger airline. Explore the latest pilot vacancies in the UK on Aviation Job Search!
Everyday tasks can include – planning daily flight routes, testing equipment for aerial surveys and flight worthiness, carrying our drone repairs and maintenance, taking pictures and collecting data and working with professionals or other teams to analyse pictures and data.
You may get to work on the set of a film, on a site of construction, or in a control area. You may be required to work outdoors in all weathers and may even have to spend nights,
You need to hold a valid certificate and have permission for commercial operations
Although the costs can vary from place to place and whether you are taking an online or in-class course, in the UK, they can range from £500 to £1200+, not accounting for VAT.
Before you can fly most drones and model aircraft outdoors in the UK, you must register. You may have to meet two requirements. If you plan to fly, you must pass a theory exam to obtain a flyer ID. You will need an operator ID if you are responsible for a drone, model, or aircraft.
First officers are the Pilots that have completed around 3000 flying hours and assist the captain with flying the aircraft. Second Officers are part of the longer flights and act as the third in the line of command. Captains are the senior and experienced pilots that are required to have completed more than 3500 hours of flying, the other eligibility criteria vary depending on the airline and aircraft. First, Second Officers and Pilots are recruited by commercial and government airlines. Other Pilot jobs include fighter Pilots who receive military training and fly the planes and helicopters specialised for warfare. Helicopter Pilots work in both the private and public sectors.
Different kinds of pilots fly different aircraft but their essential responsibilities are more or less the same which includes inspecting the air vehicles before and after the flights for navigating systems, fuel, and equipment functionality. They have to make sure that the aircraft is operated safely while monitoring the weather conditions and communicating with the air traffic control. They determine the right routes and analyse the flight plans before asking the cabin crew to prepare for take-off. They have to be updated about the aircraft equipment and systems. The pilots are required to keep the flight crew and passengers informed and calm during turbulence and emergency situations.
Situational awareness and professionalism are must-have qualities required for Pilots jobs. Excellent communication skills are also needed for the role to properly communicate with the team on-board, air traffic controllers, and passengers. Leadership skills especially sagacity and organisational abilities are essential for captains. The capability to take decisions and fly aircraft during challenging situations is also required for the pilots. Problem-solving and critical thinking will help with proposing solutions to issues during flights after comparing the most viable options. Individuals with a confident demeanour are likely to make great pilots. Build an attention-grabbing professional profile on Aviation Job Search and apply to the positions that match your expertise and experience!
As with all jobs, there are certain skills and knowledge that you need to have in order to apply for an unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV). Pilot Jobs Knowledge of communication and somewhat of media production, you need to be thorough in your work and pay attention to the smallest details; you should be flexible and open to change. You should have the ability to take criticism and work well under stress. It would be best if you could put your initiative into action; you must have patience and be able to keep calm even in stressful situations as you might encounter those. Finally, you must be able to perform basic tasks on a hand-held or computer device. Please note the skills that we have mentioned are by no means exhaustive, and there might be others or different ones required according to the specific job.
Although most businesses have utilised commercial drone pilots to take pictures and carry out videography from the air for marketing purposes and for creating commercials, companies have also found many other uses for drone tech. Agriculture businesses are looking to use drone tech and pilots to survey farmlands and their irrigation systems and to take inventory. Construction and Architecture businesses are utilising UAVs with the help of their pilots to take pictures and videos of land that they intend to build on to create 3-D renderings beforehand. Courier and delivery businesses hire drone pilots to deliver mail and other packages using UAVs. Emergency services have drone pilots using UAVs to get a bird’s eye view of a situation or to provide urgent medical supplies to stranded people in hard-to-reach areas. As you can see, the future is bright for UAV and commercial drone pilots.