Mastery of the piloting techniques and navigation systems sufficient for safe execution of flights;
Correct assessment of meteorological and air navigation conditions when taking decisions regarding departure and during flight;
Complete flight preparation and oversight of preflight preparation of the crew;
Monitoring crew performance, aircraft condition, its operational readiness, its correct loading;
Knowledge and adherence to safety rules, including R/T phraseology and rules of radio communication;
Examining the aircraft after landing and taxiing-in, inspecting accuracy of records in the log book concerning operation and equipment status;
Monitoring proficiency of crew members and taking measures for its improvement, encouraging high professional and moral qualities and proper performance of duties;
Organizing and managing crew actions on ground and in flight in compliance with the appropriate guidelines, safety requirements, flights schedules and culture of passengers’ service;
Monitoring working conditions and recreation of the crew members during flight task performance;
Post flight debriefing of the crew.
Work with UN missions in African countries;
Opportunity to upgrade proficiency level;
Opportunity to improve English;
Medical insurance for the period of duties performance.
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ATPL (H) or CPL (H), IR and Mi rating (FAA/ICAO/EASA)
Flight hours as a PIC – 2000 or more;
Flight hours as a MIL8/MIL17 crew - 1500 or more;
Total flight hours – 3500 and more;
PIC hours as a MIL8/MIL17 crew -750 or more;
Night hours - 150 or more;
FAA/JAR Medical Certificate, Class 1
ICAO English Proficiency level -4;
IELTS - Band 5,5;
Recency - not more than 3 years.
Flights in mountainous terrain at altitudes of 2,000m and above. ... Continue Reading
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