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Tuesday
Jun062017

Execujet Asia Pacific | Bombardier Global 6000 First Officer

ExecuJet delivers excellence in a comprehensive range of business aviation services tailored to our clients and partners. We are dedicated to safety and strive for creating a fulfilling workplace through cultivating genuine, open and engaging relationships with passionate colleagues.

ExecuJet is currently seeking a suitably qualified person to fill a vacancy within the flight operations division, based in Singapore.

On behalf of our client, we are currently seeking suitably qualified Bombardier Global 6000 First Officer.

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Perform duties and responsibilities as detailed in the ExecuJet Operations Manual;
  • Ensure that the aircraft are operated in accordance with ExecuJet standard operating procedures;
  • Maintain familiarity with relevant rules and regulations and agreed best practices;
  • Actively participate in the ExecuJet Safety program

PERSON SPECIFICATION

Essential

  • Current FAA ATPL, class one medical and command instrument rating.
  • Previous experience in Asia preferred
  • Must speak Mandarin
  • Previous experience on the Bombardier Aircraft preferred.
  • Minimum Experience
    • Total Time: 1500 Hours
    • Multi Engine: 1000 Hours
    • Jet: 500 Hours

Desirable

  • Highly motivated,
  • Aviation service oriented,
  • Professional,
  • Dedicated to delivering excellent service, and
  • Represent the high standards of ExecuJet.

Closing Date For Applications: 9 June 2017

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