Share this job
Our client provides services via the transport of crews and loads to and from Oil and Gas platforms. They also have a very strong expertise in delivering Search and Rescue services. As well as transportation for Oil and Gas platforms and Search and Rescue operations, they also spcialise in the transport of harbour pilots and crews, also supplies to wind turbines.
On their behalf we are recruiting a TRI/TRE (H175) to be based in the UK.
Title: TRI/TRE (H175)
Location: UK NNS
Travel: Must be willing to undertake UK travel
To be successful in any application you must have the UK working & residency rights at the time of application.
Our client has an immediate requirement for a UK licenced TRI/TRE, preferably with a current H175 rating. Consideration will also be given to non-H175 rated TRI/TRE candidates meeting all other experience requirements.
The candidate will be expected to execute scheduled oil & gas flights in the safest and most efficient manner in accordance with aviation regulation and whilst upholding company standards. The candidate will also be expected to execute crew training and examinations as required by the H175 Fleet Senior Training Captain and UK Training Manager.
The position will be based in Aberdeen but will require frequent travel to conduct simulator training and checking. The company currently operates an extremely attractive roster pattern. An enhanced package will be awarded to a successful applicant currently qualified as a UK licenced H175 TRI/TRE.
· Successful completion of North Sea command course
· UK ATPL(H) licence privileges
· Valid UK Class 1 Medical
· UK TRI/ TRE privileges on complex multi engine rotorcraft
· Valid UK IFR (H) Multi Engine privileges
· UK ATPL (H) theory and MCC certificate
· North Sea Oil and Gas operations command experience of at least 2 years total
· North Sea Oil and Gas experience within last 5 years
· EASA licence with TRI/ TRE privileges desirable but not essential
· H175 desirable
Minimum flight hours:
- 3000 total hours helicopter (but may be reduced by 1000 hours when total hours in similar aircraft complexity exceeds 1000 hours)
- 1500 total hours in command on helicopters (may include PICUS and up to 10% in a flight simulator)
- 1200 total hours in command multi-engine on helicopters (may include PICUS and up to 10% in a flight simulator)
- 500 hours similar complexity helicopter (may include up to 10% in a flight simulator)
If you are interested in this opportunity and would like to arrange an informal and confidential discussion please contact me to arrange this.
Due to the number of application’s, we receive, it is not always possible to contact unsuccessful applicants. Unless you hear from us within 14 days of your application, please assume that you have been unsuccessful on this occasion.