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Old 14th Jan 2020, 08:44
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Rotary Jobs 2020

EASA are looking for a "Flight Crew Training Oversight Expert"

However, EASA must be on planet Zack if they think they are going to find an "expert" at 5500 per month!
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Old 14th Jan 2020, 15:27
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Agreed, that's not the salary you'd associate with such a position. However they might get someone who's already picking up a good pension, or someone who's lost their licence?

I'll pass
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Old 14th Jan 2020, 16:07
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I think there are additional allowances and the taxes may be interesting. Additionally, there seems to be a Koln location markup on Brussels salaries, and this may be the standard EU Civil Servant figure before that multiplier?
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Old 14th Jan 2020, 17:04
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The applicant will be tax exempt in his home country, but will be subject to a European tax.. Between 8 and 25 percent.

The salary in Cologne is slightly lower than in Bruxelles...

The allowances don't change the overall low salary, but this is an interesting job for someone coming to the end of his flying career as it includes a good pension scheme after (AFAIK) 10 years with the Organisation..


But keep in mind those positions are only temporary, usually a 2 or 5 year contract including a 9 months probation period..
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Old 23rd Jan 2020, 10:03
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NPAS are looking for 4 pilots at their North Weald base:
https://www.npas.police.uk/jobs/line...sJd8u2Rx9bUzzo

There no longer seems to be a requirement for an Instrument Rating, just the need:
to demonstrate instrument flying experience.
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Old 15th Feb 2020, 22:04
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Anybody working in Nigeria or elsewhere heard of these folks?

# WE ARE HIRING

Status: Rotation 8/4

Date of commencement: ASAP

Worldwide (Nigeria and Africa)

CO-PILOT

Basic requirements for Co-Pilots
(Position Code: AW139 Co-Pilot)

Requirements:
CPL and Minimum 1,000 Total Flight Hours
Minimum 100 Flight Hours on AW 139
ICAO license with AW139
Rotation Contract

CAPTAIN

Basic requirements for Captains-
(Position Code: AW139 Captain)

Requirements:
ICAO ATPL(H)
Total Helicopter time 3000 hrs+
PiC Multi Engine 1500hrs
Similar complexity aircraft 500 hrs
Must be current on type.
Must have a current instrument rating.
Must have in date Medical Class 1.
Must have AW139 listed on license.
Must have a recent simulator proficiency check in the last 6 months

Please send Your C.V.:

[email protected]
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Old 15th Feb 2020, 23:04
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Seriously, people still taking 8/4?
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Old 16th Feb 2020, 08:28
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Caveat Emptor

Let the buyer beware.

A word of caution regarding a particular recruitment agency, 1. - - - - - - - - 2. - - - - - - . Their principal customer is 3. - - - - - - - . This agency will charge you 15% of the amount you receive on a contract. They will never disclose that arrangement to you. They will be considerably less than honest in any dealings with you, they will try to convince you that they work tirelessly on your behalf and they will constantly seek ways of taking more money from you.

You will be unhappy with their service. You will find that everyone else they represent is unhappy with them. You are unlikely to recommend them to anyone else. The operator they represent is suffering very high turnover of crew at its base in 4. - - - - - - . Taking this advice is entirely optional.

Let the buyer beware.



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Old 16th Feb 2020, 10:06
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If you are intimating towards Oaklands Global recruiting for Babcock, why not just say so?

Youd better count your consonants and vowels, Africa has three of each ;-)

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Old 21st Mar 2020, 17:39
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I see the YAA are recruiting again. Seem to be going through a few pilots recently.

https://www.yorkshireairambulance.or...at-yaa/pilots/
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Old 23rd Mar 2020, 22:17
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NPAS looking for 7 pilots at various locations:
https://www.npas.police.uk/jobs/line...bQ-WSN3sqH_LCw
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Old 24th Mar 2020, 21:07
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If it wasn't so time consuming to covert from the CASA/NZCAA to CAA this job could be filled easily. Maybe Brexit will change this.
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Old 23rd Apr 2020, 08:05
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AW139 and AW189 Captain and Copilot positions available - both have specific experience requirements:

https://www.britishinternationalhelicopters.com/careers
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Old 27th Apr 2020, 14:42
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Originally Posted by tipsock View Post
AW139 and AW189 Captain and Copilot positions available - both have specific experience requirements:

https://www.britishinternationalhelicopters.com/careers
Does the 139 request mean that they have finally convinced the RN to retire the remaining Dauphins - or just anticipation that sense will finally prevail and bring the FOST contract type up-to-date with a helicopter that doesn't regard those onboard as 2nd-class citizens?
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Old 27th Apr 2020, 18:12
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Originally Posted by EESDL View Post
Does the 139 request mean that they have finally convinced the RN to retire the remaining Dauphins - or just anticipation that sense will finally prevail and bring the FOST contract type up-to-date with a helicopter that doesn't regard those onboard as 2nd-class citizens?
Looks like exactly that......
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Old 9th May 2020, 11:24
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Experienced CAT pilot for an onshore ACH145 operation NW UK.

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Old 9th Jun 2020, 22:36
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Co-Pilot Position

I have been told of a possible equal time co-pilot position becoming available for someone with a twin rating. Its a VIP operation. Requirement would be to be on base (near southern UK) for a couple of weeks, then off for a couple of weeks. Lots of sitting about. Not a great deal of flying. The money would be a daily rate sort of agreement but all expenses/accommodation /food/travel will be covered. If you want more info please PM me as Im unable to find the rotary jobs thread at the moment. Im also fairly certain that the job will be advertised soon, but this is just an early heads up. I can put you in touch with the guy who makes the calls. Thanks.
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Old 10th Jun 2020, 00:39
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Originally Posted by Channel Flyer View Post
I have been told of a possible equal time co-pilot position becoming available for someone with a twin rating. Its a VIP operation. Requirement would be to be on base (near southern UK) for a couple of weeks, then off for a couple of weeks. Lots of sitting about. Not a great deal of flying. The money would be a daily rate sort of agreement but all expenses/accommodation /food/travel will be covered. If you want more info please PM me as Im unable to find the rotary jobs thread at the moment. Im also fairly certain that the job will be advertised soon, but this is just an early heads up. I can put you in touch with the guy who makes the calls. Thanks.
Guess its an S76, previous crew probably furloughed, and then let go...... as the espionage investigation carries on!

Well this is a rumour site guys!
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Old 10th Jun 2020, 08:00
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Originally Posted by nomorehelosforme View Post
Guess its an S76, previous crew probably furloughed, and then let go...... as the espionage investigation carries on!

Well this is a rumour site guys!
Good rumour but i'm pretty sure it's only that.
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Old 17th Jun 2020, 10:55
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Looks like Babcock/Inaer Spain is looking for Bell 412 pilots again.


Resource group is looking for Bell 412 pilots to be based in Spain.
Must be spanish speaking.


(AFAIR Spanish level 4 is required as well as a valid type rating, an EASA license as well as the right to work in Spain).

Anyone interested contact Jeannette at Resourcegroup:
[email protected]
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