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Job Role:
Pilot, First Officer / Co-Pilot
Location:
Oceania
Annual salary from:
36000 €
Type:
Permanent
Aircraft type:
De Havilland Canada DHC6 - DHC7
Job description
Background

Our client, a leading aviation charter service company operating throughout Southeast Asia and the Pacific, is currently looking for an adventurous pilot to operate a sturdy DHC-6 Twin Otter in a remote and still relatively undiscovered destination, one of the few places left in the world where you can truly go off the beaten track.

Requirements

The desired candidate must hold a CASA Commercial Pilot License (or equivalent), with more than 1000 hours of flying experience and proven ability to take-charge with 500 hours of in-command. You should display your ability to handle more than one engine with at least 150 multi-engine hours. Candidates with 50 hours of turbine experience will be given preference but not required.

You must be certified fit and healthy with a Class 1 Medical certificate, a great team player and skilled communicator demonstrated by a Level 6 of English Proficiency.

Additionally, you must be willing to provide or undergo a Police background check so that we could issue you an Aviation Security Identification Card.

Benefits

On offer for the right person are a competitive basic salary, with all your meals and accommodation taken care of! You will be working 28 days followed by 28 days' rest. All your flights to and from home will be paid for!

If you are looking to build up your flying hours and gain turbine experience, with the opportunity to move up to the ATR-42s and lots of adventure, we would love to hear from you.

To express your interest and to find out more, please apply with your CV and tell us about your motivation in flying. Our Pilot Consultants will get back to you.

We are trying to attract the best here!

for more information, email Qihua.Lin@goose-recruitment.com
Requirements
CPL, 1000 hours total, 150 hours multi-engines