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Multi-Crew Cooperation Instructor – United Arab Emirates

LocationAl Ain City, United Arab Emirates
SalaryCompetitive salary
Posted26 Oct 2016
Closes26 Nov 2016
Contract TypePermanent

Multi-Crew Cooperation Instructor (MCCI) | Synthetic Flight Instructor (SFI)

Location: Al Ain City, United Arab Emirates
Salary: Competitive Salary and Benefits Package
Posted: 24 Oct 2016
Closes: 20 Nov 2016
Ref: Flight Training and Instructors
Aircraft Type: Bell 407, Bell 206, Simulator & MCC
Contract Type: Unlimited
Hours: Full Time
Horizon International Flight Academy is now accepting applications from Bell 407 Flight Instructors, Bell 206 Flight Instructor, Multi-Crew Cooperation Instructor/Synthetic Flight Instructor and Theoretical Knowledge Instructors who meet our minimum requirements. Horizon located at Al Ain city and approved by the General Civil Aviation Authority in UAE, provides ab-initio rotary wing pilot training to the highest standards of safety, quality and efficiency for customers across the region. We are pleased to offer the successful candidates an attractive salary and benefit packages as well as excellent opportunities for professional growth.
Job Purpose

To provide Simulation flight training in single and twin helicopters to cadet pilot trainees
Minimum Requirements

  • Has a valid class 2 medical with no restrictions
  • Have a valid EASA MCCI Certificate or being able to convert it to EASA MCCI Certificate.
  • Have a valid EASA SFI Certificate or being able to convert it to EASA SFI Certificate.
  • Have completed, as a pilot or as an observer, at least 1 hour of flight time on the flight deck of the applicable type, within the 12 months preceding the application.
  • Hold or have held CPL/H, MPL/H or ATPL/H in the appropriate aircraft category.
  • Have at least 1000 hours of flying experience as a pilot in multi-crew operations (Helicopter), of which at least 350 hours in multi-pilot helicopters.
  • Must have a minimum level 5 of English Language Proficiency (ELP)
  • Have completed the proficiency check for the issue of the specific aircraft type rating in an FFS representing the applicable type, within the 12 months preceding the application.
  • Relevant experience on B206, B407 or H135 simulator is a plus.

Source: FlightGlobal.com