Test Pilots Wanted - New Jet Type - US Base Iasco-Global | Washington-WA-USA

Date Posted: Dec 23 2016
Job Category: Pilot
Job Type: Permanent

Position: Test Pilot Operating Base: Flights primarily conducted from US Work Schedule: Standard 5 day/week schedule is expected Qualification Requirements:-ICAO ATPL (preferrably FAA or Canada) - Permission to work in US - Current commercial jet type rating such as CRJ, ERJ, Boeing, Airbus, etc. shown on ATPL-Class 1 medical certificate-Test pilot experience (military is OK) -Test Pilot School graduate (see list of acceptable schools on our website) -500 hours of multi-engine, pure jet flight time (not including SIM or turboprop hours)-Below 60 years of age Job Description:-Conduct test flights in development phase of aircraft program-Evaluate operational requirements of aircraft and work with engineers-Test planning, data analysis, Test Hazard Assessment meetings-Commuting and housing allowances expected -Salary package to be determinedPilots who meet the above requirements and are interested in this position should contact us at fcl@iasco-global.com for the latest updates on the job offer as well as the application process.

Apply online: http://iasco.com/jobopenings.aspx
Email: fcl@iasco-global.com

Iasco-Global Logo

About Iasco-Global

Company Location: Singapore-SN

The world’s best crewmembers take flight with IASCO-GLOBAL, the aviation industry’s preeminent flight crew leasing and training company. With assignments around the globe, IASCO-GLOBAL Captains and First Officers enjoy outstanding professional management, administrative support, and competitive salaries and benefits flying for IASCO-GLOBAL clients.

Aviation companies worldwide count on IASCO-GLOBAL to provide superior flight crewmembers to meet growing demand. IASCO-GLOBAL’s unparalleled full-service crew management and training services have earned IASCO its solid reputation as the oldest and most respected crew leasing company to serve the global airline industry.

Back to list

Job Listing | Post Job | RSS | ATPL | Contact Us

©2005-2015 AviationTire.com