Job Vacancy Notification for Search And Rescue Pilots and Rearcrew

Brunei Shell Petroleum Company Sendirian Berhad (BSP) is a dynamic, world-class company and one of the biggest energy companies in Asia.  The BSP Aviation Department (SAV) has a unique place within Royal Dutch Shell, as BSP is the only Shell company that owns, operates and maintains helicopters as an internal activity.  SAV operates its own Sikorsky S92 and AW139 helicopters to provide support to BSP offshore Oil and Gas activity and has achieved an outstanding helicopter safety record while successfully delivering a high level of involvement by Brunei citizens in all phases of its operations.

SAV is now establishing its own Search and Rescue operation utilising an S92 aircraft to further support offshore activities in the region.  It is therefore seeking motivated, SAR experienced individuals to join this world-renowned aviation organisation.

SAR Pilots 
Essential Qualifications and Experience   

  • EASA/JAA ATPL (H) IR or equivalent license acceptable to the Brunei
  • Sikorsky S-92A type rating with a minimum 100 hours command experience
  • A minimum of 1500 hours in command of multi-engine helicopters, of which at least 500 hours must be in command in the offshore SAR role

Desirable Qualifications and Experience 

  •  EASA/JAA S92 TRE qualification
  •  Previous SAR instructional experience
  •  Previous tropical work experience

Competitive salary and benefits package free of local tax.  An initial appointment of 2 years with potential subsequent contract renewal.  Company housing, healthcare and recreational activities provided.  Brunei Darussalam has a safe living environment with excellent travel links within SE Asia and beyond.

If you are interested, you must submit your recent Curriculum Vitae (CV), indicating qualifications, personal details and working experience, scanned copy of smartcard (for Bruneians) or passport (for non-Bruneians) and scanned copies of relevant certificates and licenses before:

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30 APRIL 2013