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Old 14th Jan 2018, 20:11
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Rotary Jobs 2018 - (Not for posting CVs)

Bristow Norway is recruiting for first officers to be based in Stavanger and Florø.

Qualifications:

Valid EASA helicopter licence: CPL-H
Valid instrument rating for helicopter:IR-H
ATPL theory
Minimum 800 flight hours
Offshore experience and S-92 rating is an advantage.

Pilot selection is planned for week 6.

https://bristow.wd1.myworkdayjobs.co...er_R-0000735-1
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Old 14th Jan 2018, 20:34
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Originally Posted by tipsock View Post
Bristow Norway is recruiting for first officers to be based in Stavanger and Florø.

Qualifications:

Valid EASA helicopter licence: CPL-H
Valid instrument rating for helicopter:IR-H
ATPL theory
Minimum 800 flight hours
Offshore experience and S-92 rating is an advantage.

Pilot selection is planned for week 6.

https://bristow.wd1.myworkdayjobs.co...er_R-0000735-1
As an American pilot I'm curious. How do you guys meet those requirements with only 800 hours?
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Old 14th Jan 2018, 20:54
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ATPL theory and IR(H) can be done once you have PPL(A), total time once you have those and CPL(H) could be as little as circa 200 hours. It's possible to get a co-pilot job offshore in the UK with those hours, but I believe Norway requires 800.

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Attn anyone considering HKCAD HOI position

‘Buyer beware’ is the key phrase.
If you do not have a current rating on the 139 or 175 and TRE then you will not fly.
The advert is meaningless but for HR to change it would cause too many ripples....
CAD is just another department - it is not an ‘Authority’.
Feel free to pm but a tad busy at the moment ;-)
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Pretty quiet year so far... Is there anything happening in Africa/Asia/Middle East?
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Old 31st Jan 2018, 08:55
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Funny you should say that....

S-Air Resourcing is currently seeking EC145 off shore experienced Captains and Co-pilots for a fixed term contract based in Africa, Congo.

The is a fixed term contract of 18 months.

EC145 Captain and Co-Pilots

Operation: Oil and Gas

Min requirements: Captain – 3000 TT and 100 on type

Co-pilots – 1000 TT and 50 on type

Job type: Fixed term Contract 18 months

Salary: TBC

Job Category: EC145 T2 /H145 Captain and First officer

Nationality: Any

Rotation: 14 on 14 off (days)

Flights: Return ticket provided

Accommodation: secure community accommodation provided

Please apply direct for more information [email protected]

S-Air Resourcing is acting a recruitment business in relation to this vacancy

Vacancies | S-Air Resourcing ? Aviation Recruitment
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Offshore, HEMS and Police roles with Babcock (Captain and Co):

https://jobs.babcockinternational.co...ocationsearch=

HEMS Captain and Co roles with SAS:

Careers - Specialist Aviation Services
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Old 31st Jan 2018, 09:00
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From the Babcock MCS Offshore LinkedIn page:

We're looking for pilots...


Are you an experienced S92 type-rated pilot looking for a
new permanent opportunity in Oil and Gas with an established and trusted operator?

If so, then Babcock is looking for applications for a number of permanent
positions based in Aberdeen.

We require a minimum of OGP equivalent hours and qualifications, and we offer an attractive remuneration package and a competitive
roster pattern.

If you would like to be considered, and you meet the requirements above, then get in contact with us at [email protected]
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It would be nice to see salaries advertised with these job vacancies, if only to able to assess the market trend. From all the advertised posts I can only find one where the pay scale is mentioned and that is Helopat's post above.
If I were thinking of changing my job, what salary would I be likely to attract both offshore & onshore with a UK ATPL(H) IR, 5000 hrs, ME ratings?
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Onshore salaries

IR 5000-hrs ?
There are numerous onshore SP guys on salaries of >£100k
109SP appear to be the Aircraft of choice - can’t stand them myself but no accounting for taste ;-)
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Thanks tipsock for your links. I'm wishing I had a grandparent born in the UK so I could have right-to-work but oh well. :-) The S-Air link looks interesting.
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Does anyone know about the roster for the HEMS Touring Pilot in Uk?
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Old 1st Feb 2018, 17:06
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Be careful with that 145-job in Congo...

They have a ridiculously high turn-over, and their pilots are constantly complaining-about shitty accommodation, bad working conditions, sub-standard living conditions....
 
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Does anyone know about the roster for the HEMS Touring Pilot in Uk?
By definition......scattergun!
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By definition......scattergun!
So, basically you´re jumping from one place to another. NICE
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.... their pilots are constantly complaining-about shitty accommodation, bad working conditions, sub-standard living conditions....
Which is unusual for pilots.....
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Phoenix Helicopters

As seen on Instagram:

Phoenix Helicopters is looking for an experienced As350 pilot. Forward CV to [email protected]
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Which is unusual for pilots...
You would be right....if they would only "bitch"....but those pilots are running away...that should tell you something...right?
 
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Does anyone know about the roster for the HEMS Touring Pilot in Uk?

If your working 12hr shifts then usually 4on/4off. 20 days leave the last time I worked there.
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I have a couple of friends out there, admittedly they are French, but the message is DO NOT GO!
They aren't protecting their jobs, they are just giving honest advice !
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