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MEP First Officer/Captains/Instructors

[FD 1289]
Flight Deck  |  To Be Disclosed  |   United Kingdom  |  Permanent  |  ASAP

Benefits Package

aeropro_bullet_image  Competitive Salary

aeropro_bullet_image  Long term career prospects

aeropro_bullet_image  Opportunity to travel

Job Description

AeroProfessional are pleased to be recruiting MEP Pilots for one of our illustrious and fast-growing clients in the UK. It is an exciting time for our client having recently moved to new offices and with a view to significant expansion over the next couple of years, this is a great time to join the business.
Our client is looking for suitably qualified and experienced pilots who would like to learn their trade from the ground up in this niche industry. You would start as right hand seat in a multi pilot cockpit, learning all about navigation aids and flying in demanding environments as diverse as the UK, Europe, North Africa and the Middle East.
The ability to hand fly an aircraft accurately and get on with fellow crew members is essential; you will be spending an appreciable amount of time with other crews as you travel around the world. Working to the highest of standards but having fun while doing so.
Progression within the company is encouraged and your commitment to the client will be reciprocated with exciting long term career prospects.

This is a great opportunity to join an exciting growing business with fantastic career opportunities and a competitive remuneration package, if you feel you meet the minimum requirements below, we look forward to hearing from you!

Role Requirements

aeropro_bullet_image  First Officer: Minimum total hours 300 with 50 hours MEP preferred

aeropro_bullet_image  Fast Track Captain: Minimum total hours 1,000 with 100 hours MEP preferred; Flying Instructor rating an advantage You must have a valid and current EASA ATPL/Frozen ATPL

aeropro_bullet_image  You must live within an hours commute of Shoreham Airport Must be able to work flexible hours including weekends and holidays You must have the right to live and work in the UK

Application Process

Upon successful review of your documents, you will be invited for a face to face interview with senior management with the client. Once this has been successfully completed, you will then complete a flight test on the company aircraft.