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DHC-8 / Q300 Direct Entry Captains and First Officers

Job no: 493421
Work type: Permanent Full Time
Location: Auckland
Categories: Pilots

After celebrating our sixth year of success in New Zealand, Jetstar has recently started flying to regional destinations in New Zealand, bringing much-needed competition and more affordable fares to travellers outside the country's main centres.

A career as a Jetstar Pilot is extremely rewarding and fulfilling. We offer an exciting and challenging flying career with a leading regional carrier in a two crew turbo-prop RPT operation. We will be operating a fleet of Dash 8 Q300 aircraft.

Our ongoing training program is of the highest standard and is very well regarded throughout the aviation industry. It is designed to ensure our impeccable safety record is maintained whilst developing our pilots to their full potential. Opportunities to expand our pilots' skills and experience are always encouraged. In exchange for hard work and commitment, we provide pilots with both personal and career development.

To be successful in the role of Captain, you will have or display:

  • Higher School Certificate (documentation required) with passes in suitable Year 12 Maths and English or NCEA Level 3 with appropriate passes in suitable Maths and English - approved bridging courses will be considered or approved equivalent course certificate
  • Tertiary studies are highly desirable but not essential.
  • A current Australian or New Zealand passport.

Licence

  • Australian or New Zealand Air Transport Pilot Licence
  • English Language Proficiency Level 6 on your Licence

 Endorsements/Qualifications

  • Hold current endorsements for Instrument Approach 2D and 3D on a current Australian or New Zealand Instrument Rating – Multi Engine Aeroplane
  • Experience including;
    • 4000 hours total aeronautical experience and
    • Minimum of 500 hours Pilot-In-Command (excluding ICUS) of fixed wing, multi-engine aircraft with a MTOW of 13,000kg or 1000 hours as a Co-Pilot in multi-engine turbine aircraft with a MTOW greater than 13,000kg.
    • Dash 8 Experience highly desirable
  • CASA or CAANZ Class 1 Aviation Medical Certificate.
  • Be willing and able to pass a Drug and Alcohol Test.
  • The ability to hold an Australian Aviation Security Identification Card (ASIC) and New Zealand AVSEC (effective 1st July 1997 under the Commonwealth Air Navigation Act, you are required to undertake extensive background and security checks, at your own expense, to establish your eligibility to hold an Aviation Security Identification Card (ASIC).)

To be successful in the role of First Officer you will have or display:

  • Higher School Certificate (documentation required) with passes in suitable Year 12 Maths and English or NCEA Level 3 with appropriate passes in suitable Maths and English - approved bridging courses will be considered, or approved equivalent course certificate.
  • Tertiary studies are highly desirable but not essential.
  • A current Australian or New Zealand passport. 

Licence

  • Australian or New Zealand Air Transport Pilot Licence or
  • Australian Commercial Pilot Licence with passes in ATPL theory subjects or
  • New Zealand Commercial Pilot Licence with passes in ATPL theory subjects
  • English Language Proficiency Level 6 on your Licence

 Endorsements/Qualifications

  • Hold current endorsements for Instrument Approach 2D and 3D on a current Australian or New Zealand Instrument Rating – Multi Engine Aeroplane
  • Australian or New Zealand CPL with passes in all ATPL subjects (Frozen ATPL)
  • Experience including;
    • 700 hours total flying time and
    • 250 hours Command multi-engine aeroplane (MEA) (excluding ICUS) or
    • 250 hours Command Single Engine Turbine aircraft above 3000kg MTOW or;
    • 250 hours First Officer on a Multi Engine Turbo Prop Aircraft.
  • CASA or CAANZ Class 1 Aviation Medical Certificate.
  • Be willing and able to pass a Drug and Alcohol Test.
  • The ability to hold an Australian Aviation Security Identification Card (ASIC) and New Zealand AVSEC (effective 1st July 1997 under the Commonwealth Air Navigation Act, you are required to undertake extensive background and security checks, at your own expense, to establish your eligibility to hold an Aviation Security Identification Card (ASIC).)

Jetstar is an Equal Opportunity Employer, and we invite you to be part of an organisation that fosters a diverse workplace, supports many charities and environmental initiatives.

 

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Applications close: New Zealand Standard Time


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