RE: More jobs for CPLers

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RE: More jobs for CPLers

Post by FLYbyWIT » Sun Dec 03, 2006 12:11 am

Looks like another possible oppotunity for any of yee with the license
www.airmalta.com , , , vacancies.
Closing date Dec 22.

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Post by Cosmic » Sun Dec 03, 2006 9:51 am

Here is the link: http://www.airmalta.com/generic/marketi ... L_2006.pdf

Selected candidates will be required to enter into an agreement with the Company, which will require them to bind themselves for ten (10) years from the date of appointment as Junior First Officer.


Crikey, I think that is the most restrictive bond I have ever heard of. You would "get" less for killing somone!
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Post by Cosmic » Fri Dec 29, 2006 1:58 pm

Whoosh! (Sound of me doing and sending my C.V)

I found the advert interesting. It shows how little recent experience Aer Lingus have recruiting pilots. I can't think of many airlines that give an e-mail address out for pilots to send CVs to. Nearly all airlines have online forms to deter dreamers and to stop the HR people reading "War and Peace" style 500 page C.Vs

The requirments are also quite vague apart from the fact they have a preference for Airbus rated Pilots. It certainly doesn't exclude freshly pressed fATPL'ers, so I would imagine Aer Lingus will be flooded with aplications from them.

Best of Luck to everyone!
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Post by Maverick » Fri Dec 29, 2006 9:27 pm

dats very interesting alrite...i thought they would be demanding high hours type rated yaddy yada. Some fierce competition for those positions so if you get one you thoroughly deserve it.

Best of luck to all who apply.

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Post by SkyhawkCommander » Sat Dec 30, 2006 12:00 am

Does anyone know what type is being used for the sim check?

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Post by Maverick » Sat Dec 30, 2006 12:05 am

i wud presume the A320 sim at dublin...

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Post by buzz » Mon Jan 01, 2007 3:44 pm

Essential Requirements:

To be considered for a position as Aer Lingus Direct Entry Pilot, applicants must be able to meet the following essential criteria:
IAA or JAR- FCL ATPL (or Frozen ATPL).
Current Class 1 Medical Certificate.
Permanently eligible to live and work in Ireland with an unrestricted worldwide passport.


The requirements are a touch ambiguous. They ask for rated pilots but leave the door open to anyone with the basics. They will receive my CV. Maybe finally, I'll fly the shamrock tail..... :P

This bit below is pure corporate BS. Companies look for this for every job from factory operator to CEO. My brother in Aer Lingus told me he was subjected to some of this lately. Now I believe him.
Key competencies:
Excellent communication and interpersonal skills.
Fluent in English, both spoken and written.
Strong leadership potential with well developed teamwork skills.
A broad awareness of our customers' expectations.
Self motivated, flexible and adaptable with a positive attitude to change as part of a low fares airline


I've seen the same line used for people on minimum wages. It is absolute rubbish. Sad to see EI going down the corporate BS route even for their pilots.

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Post by VNAV PTH » Mon Jan 01, 2007 7:07 pm

buzz wrote:Self motivated, flexible and adaptable with a positive attitude to change as part of a low fares airline


i.e. willing to be shafted by management at every opportunity.
Screw you guys.....I`m going home.......

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Post by ceatach » Tue Jan 09, 2007 4:56 pm

24k for 39 hour week :shock: :shock:



Source: Employer / Job created on :- 20070105 / Job Updated on :- 20070105
Pilot
Job Reference: JB332012
Description:
Duties to include flight operations on behalf of City Jet throughout Europe. Qualified on a BAe 146 aircraft or Avro RJ essential.
No. of Jobs: 5
Contract type: Permanent / Full Time
Days per week: 5
Hours per week: 39
Start date: Immediate

Requirements
Experience Required: Fully Experienced.
Salary: 24K Euro
Location : Swords - Dublin North County
Closing Date: 05/03/2007
Other Information, Interview Arrangements or contact person for this vacancy
Please Note: Contact arrangements must be followed exactly as stated by the employer as they are the preferred method of contact for this job.
Applicants may e-mail gwen.rogan@cityjet.com or forward a CV to CityJet, Unit 8 Swords Business Campus, Balheary Road, Swords, Co. Dublin for the attention of Amanda Phelan.
Employer:
CityJet.
Swords Business Campus,
Balheary Road,
Swords,
Co. Dublin .
Tel:01 8700100 Fax:01 8700100 E-Mail:info@cityjet.com

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Post by SkyhawkCommander » Tue Jan 09, 2007 7:38 pm

24k for an experienced, already type rated pilot is beyond a joke.

Interesting discussion about what life at WX is like, on pprune.

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