As Foreman your key role will be to oversee the workshop staff and co-ordinate all tasks through the production office, ensuring best practise is followed on the workshop floor.
Inspections are to be carried out on receipt of components, stage inspections when required and on completion of all works carried out in accordance with EASA, FAA approved procedures
Your daily duties as foreman/Inspector will include:
Foreman Experience Required
Employment history in aviation essential
A good knowledge base of aircraft manuals/documents
Computer literacy and experience in Office based software required
Previous company approvals are preferred
Knowledge of composite repairs desirable
Our Benefits Package:
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.
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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.
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