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Old 22nd Jul 2014, 14:07
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Still looking for a job

Dear,
Low time 313 Hours with cpl ir me mcc (A109, AS350, R44, R22,H300 cabri G2).
English Spanish and french native.
Looking for job anywhere in the world.
I have already experience in helicopter at Airbus Helicopters

Need help to grow hours over 500 hours...

After more than 1300 resume send to operator i have always the same feedback =>They always say, you have a very good experience but not enough hours.

my email; [email protected]

Regards
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Old 22nd Jul 2014, 23:19
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Re: Job wanted

Cheers Spinwing
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Old 23rd Jul 2014, 01:23
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Dreviator
Global Vectra in Mumbai has (or had) quite a number of 412's, seems to me they were looking for pilots not too long ago. That might have been for 139's though, good luck.
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Old 23rd Jul 2014, 13:33
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Dreviator ,
Global Vectra does have Bell 412 s and I think they aren't recruiting for any expat drivers for them .
They did hire some expat Captains for the 139 s a few years ago and more recently have been giving their experienced 412 Captains the dual AW 139 ratings .
Methinks the Middle East ...... Abu Dhabi Aviation , Falcon or Gulf Helicopters may be your best bet .

Happy Hunting ......
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Old 23rd Jul 2014, 16:56
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Smile Re: Job wanted

Thanks a lot gents.

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Old 24th Jul 2014, 09:13
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New South Wales Police Air Wing are advertising for pilots (FW and rotary) and engineers, Jobs NSW and search for Police Air Wing
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Old 28th Jul 2014, 16:50
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Newie again...

Hello dear fellow pilots,

I'm unsuccessful looking for the first job. I've got JAA/EASA CPL, type rated on R22, R44, G2. Total hours 188.

Would you be so nice and give me some tips where to ask for the job? Anywhere in Europe, preferably in the UK.

I am willing to do more than just flying. I am willing to sign in for a couple years... Just to get the chance...

Thank you all for your PM, or email.

Have a great day!

Frank

[email protected]
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Old 29th Jul 2014, 13:08
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News from Bristow.

Today I have seen on linkedin the following from Bristow:

Bristow Norway is recruiting for first officers due to increased activity.

Qualifications
Valid JAR/FCL helicopter license: CPL-H
Valid instrument rating for helicopter: IR/H
ATPL theory
800 flight hours

Pilot selection planned for week 37 - 2014.

For questions regarding the position, please contact Flight Operations Manager Jim Urianstad.

For questions regarding the application process/administration, please contact HR Business Partner Randi Bakke.


I think it's new because I'm always searching and I have never seen it before. To apply for this position(s) you have to go to Bristow's web page and register. I have already applied for it. Good luck!!
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Old 1st Aug 2014, 08:09
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EC 145 Captain

Hiring a EC 145 Captain with A&P license for a position based out of Europe. More details are below:-

1. Typed on EC 145 (FAA) with A&P license
2. Must have a minimum of 1500 PIC hours
3. 1 Month ON 1 Month OFF rotation
4. Private operation
5. Current with No accidents/incidents
6. Salary details on application
7. September start
Qualified candidates please apply, thank you





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Old 9th Aug 2014, 16:12
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Back flying and available for work. Flying or Admin

Canadian High Time pilot 14600 TT (Utility) No ATPL/IFR
Transport Canada, FAA, UAE, Chile and Ecuador licenses.
S61, B214ST, B214B, B212/205/204/206, EC30, H500 etc
Vert Ref 7000 hrs.
French, English and Spanish (basic)

FD
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Old 11th Aug 2014, 07:17
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Northern Helicopters are looking for (low hour) pilots for instructors

Employment | Northern Helicopters

Non-FI pilots who train with them can be hired. 4 positions.
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Old 12th Aug 2014, 12:55
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Northern helicopters:

If you already hold an FI rating you are NOT eligible for application.

Northern Helicopters is a company with the employment policy of equal opportunity.
I know what "policy of equal opportunity" means, but I still found it funny to read.
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Old 12th Aug 2014, 15:54
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Wondering if they will guarantee it in writing BEFORE you sign up for the training programm
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Old 12th Aug 2014, 22:21
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FI need not apply

If they hired people with FI's already they wouldn't get to sell them an FI course for 20K and then employ them for peanuts on a by the hour contract.
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Old 13th Aug 2014, 09:17
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"policy of equal opportunity" mmm....)
Well on one hand it's just like said above : pay a lot,and earn peanuts...
But on the other hand there are not so many opportunities for a low time pilots to become experienced ones and I think they will find all 4 candidates in some time...
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Old 14th Aug 2014, 09:09
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Yep, these guys at Northern are full of tricks. Not that long ago they were happy to advertise vacancies for instructor positions with a minimum requirement of FAA CFII as long one had experience. You'd call them up and the story would be different... Actually we'd like you to do your FI with us... Reminds of an outfit in Southern California - same sneaky caliber. Watch out!
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Old 14th Aug 2014, 12:50
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So a company that would like FIs would like you to do the FI training with them. Is that such a big ask?

Wondering if they will guarantee it in writing BEFORE you sign up for the training programm
Probably not.

on the other hand there are not so many opportunities for a low time pilots to become experienced
Exactly. This is an opportunity for those who genuinely want a shot at a flying job and are looking for a way in. Yes, it comes at a cost and without a guarantee but most things do. Anything worth having in life will always come with a gamble. Roll the dice people; there are plenty out there who have left the casino with full pockets.

It seems there are too many people out there who want everything for free.....
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Old 14th Aug 2014, 14:03
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Hiring EC135T type rated pilots and engineers

Uni-Fly A/S i hiring experienced pilots and engineers type rated on EC135T for off shore hoist operation in Eastern UK, long term employment, based at Humberside Airport. See web page www.uni-fly.dk and look under jobs for more information!
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Old 14th Aug 2014, 19:09
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Yes, MAD boom, it's a big ask. But nothing new.

They could hire you with the FI course expenses being part of your salary. This would
not be that bad. But here is different. You have to put your money before. And if they
reject people with FI done already means that they don't need FI's but somebody to
finance their bussiness. Totally unnaceptable (IMHO).
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Old 14th Aug 2014, 20:47
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Palacio 802

I have to agree with you sir in this instance. I stand corrected.
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