Bristow is the world leader in providing helicopter services to the global community. It aims to provide the safest and most efficient helicopter services and aviation support world-wide. We are committed to achieve this by focusing on and committing to:
• Working in innovative partnerships with our customers.
• The continual development of our highly professional dedicated work force.
• Expanding our business and extending our horizons.
A career with Bristow offers the opportunity to work with great clients, some of the most highly regarded experts in the global helicopter service industry, and a dedicated team of professional work colleagues. Bristow continues to emphasize stringent standards of safety, customer satisfaction, quality, and the utmost in business integrity.
We are looking for qualified and quality people. You will need a global outlook; be able to demonstrate the skills and technical abilities we need for the role; be enthusiastic; a team player, and be willing to work in remote locations. When evaluating for the role candidates will need to demonstrate professional excellence, commitment, technical experience, energy, motivation, and the integrity to support Bristow’s core values.
In order to support rapidly developing business opportunities we are currently seeking expressions of interest for rotational employment for helicopter Captains.
Bristow helicopter Captain or professional helicopter Captain
Currently holding a CASA or EASA licence
Type rated on the EC225 or S-92
Successful applicants will be focused on achieving professional excellence by continually striving to operate their assigned aircraft in the safest, most customer orientated, efficient manner possible, adhering to all applicable regulatory bodies and the Bristow Operations Manual.
There are a number of upcoming opportunities, so global flexibility will be required.
Job: Flight Operations
Primary Location: Americas
Other Locations: Asia Pacific, Europe, Middle East, Africa
Number of Openings:1
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