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Offshore Flight Operations Manager - EBU UK

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Recruiter
Bristow Helicopters Ltd
Posted
11 February 2013
Closes
05 March 2013
Location
Contract Type
Hours
Salary
Competitive salary and benefits package

Further information

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Bristow Helicopters LTD is now recruiting additional key staff to support our business and customer requirements.


Offshore Flight Operations Manager – EBU UK


Offering excellent developmental opportunities, this newly created position will have responsibility for the day to day running of a major Flight Operations Dept with over 230 pilots.

The main responsibilities will include recruitment strategy and execution; working with the Chief Pilots to ensure, operator prociency, line & task training and adherence to regulations and Operations Manual requirements and formulating operational procedures to ensure safe & efcient operation of Company aircraft.

Candidates will be a current or ex JAR licensed Pilot with North Sea Operational experience. Applicants must have previous managerial experience at Chief Pilot (or equivalent level), or above.
The successful applicant must be able to meet the requirements of the CAA to be a Flight Operations Post-holder and assume a deputy role for this.

A competitive salary and benefits package is on offer.


To Apply
• Please submit an online application with a covering letter and CV by clicking on the "Apply Now Button"
Closing Date: 5th March 2013

Bristow Helicopters Ltd. is a leading international provider of helicopter transport and support services. The Company especially values its ability to operate in demanding environments whilst maintaining the highest levels of quality and safety performance in ight and on the ground.

Bristow Helicopters Ltd

Bristow is a world leader in providing helicopter transport services to the global oil and gas industry in major and remote exploration and development markets.

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