COVID-19

See the latest information on how CAE is responding to the COVID-19 pandemic.

B767 TRI TRE Instructors

Client Confidential

35 minutes ago

Job Reference
25239

Location

Job Type
Direct Hire

Address
Client Confidential
COPENHAGEN AIRPORT SOUTH

Add to Favourites

You need to be connected to add to your favourites

Login
Job description

Position: B767 Instructors/TRI/TRE

CAE Parc Aviation are now accepting expressions of interest from Experienced B767 TRI/TRE who are based in Europe.

Required Experience

  1. At least 5000 hours of total flying experience.
  2. Minimum 1000 hours of total flying experience in Boeing 757/767.
  3. Minimum 500 hours of flying as PIC in Boeing 757/767.
  4. Having 5 years’ experience in conducting Boeing 757/767 ground classes & conducting Simulator Training/ Simulator Checks. (should you meet the minimum years’ experience, but fall short in terms of total flying experience, your application may still be considered)
  5. Date of last flight within 5 years.
  6. Current LPC/OPC on the Boeing 757/767 not required
  7. Must be holding a valid EASA license
  8. Must have held an Instructor/Examiner rating on type with Boeing 757/767 endorsement previously.
  9. Must be holding a valid EASA Class 1 Medical.

CAE Parc Aviation is committed to a policy of equal opportunities for all work seekers.

Personal data provided by applicants will be used strictly in accordance with our personal data policy.

Please review the CAE Inc Privacy Policy https: https://www.cae.com/privacy-policy/

More information?
Naomi Woods

Naomi Woods

Senior Recruitment Consultant

0 +353 1504 2554
Share

Login / register on the recruitment platform

Thank you for submitting your request!

A CAE representative will contact you shortly.

Receive updates from CAE

Subscribe now to receive exclusive information and updates from CAE



How we will use your information.


Apply

CAE Aviation Jobs Newsletter

Subscribe to learn more about the fast growing aviation industry and how we expertly match the skills and talents of aviation personnel worldwide with new job opportunities.