Aurigny recruits flight crew based at Guernsey and Alderney, flying on our ATR and Dornier fleets to a variety of destinations. Full training is given and over time recruits can have the opportunity to advance in terms of promotion or move between fleets.
Applicants for Flight Crew positions must:
Hold an appropriate, current and valid EASA pilot’s licence
Hold a valid Instrument Rating
Hold a current and valid and EASA Class 1 Medical Certificate
Hold a current passport valid for unrestricted travel throughout Europe
Have a good command of English, both written and spoken (minimum ICAO Level 4)
Be able to swim unaided
Be able to provide 5 years continuous employment history (or similar) to obtain a security pass
Be able to pass enhanced pre-employment screening checks to Aurigny’s satisfaction
Be able to pass pre-employment assessments regarding suitability for role
Applicants for ATR and Dornier Captains positions must additionally:
Have completed a minimum of 2000 hours flying
Have completed a minimum of 500 hours flying in command on multi-crew operations
In readiness for Aurigny resuming its full service later this year, we are seeking to appoint an experienced training Captain for the Dornier fleet.
Aurigny Air are recruiting an experienced senior training Captain for the Dornier fleet based in Guernsey.
The successful candidate must have the following qualifications and suitable experience:
CRE with IR Privileges
CRI with IR Privileges
Line Training Captain
Commercial Captain in Multi Crew environment
A Dornier type rating would be desirable but not essential.
The role will be Guernsey based, ideally with the candidate to be local.
The details of the roles are as follows:
Class Rating Examiner – CRE
Synthetic Flight Examiner – SFE
Class Rating Instructor - CRI (A)
Line Training Captain
- Are responsible to the Training Manager, in their capacity as Authorised Examiners, acting on behalf of the Civil Aviation Authority, for carrying out Training, Skill and Proficiency Checks, according to the syllabi set out in this Manual.
- Are responsible to the Training Manager in their capacity as Authorised Examiners, acting on behalf of the Civil Aviation Authority, for carrying out Aeroplane Rating Revalidation or Renewal Tests.
- Are responsible to the Training Manager for conducting initial Type Rating Flight Tests for the purpose of inclusion of an Aeroplane Type Rating on a Pilot’s licence.
- Upon successful completion of such a test they will complete and sign Form LST MPA.
- Are responsible for ensuring that during training, a high standard of competency is achieved in all exercises, and in the event of a Candidate appearing unlikely to meet these standards, will consult with the Training Manager and the Flight Operations Director regarding the desirability, or otherwise, of further training.
- Upon completion of any training or testing, they will complete the appropriate Company Training Record Forms.
- Upon satisfactory completion of a test, they will complete the appropriate form LPC MPA, sign the examinees licence, and inform the Training Manager and Operations Department so that records can be amended.
- In the event of an examinee failing a test, they will make their recommendations to the Training Manager regarding any further training which may be considered necessary, and complete the relevant section of Form LST / LPC MPA, and complete the relevant company and authority paperwork in accordance with the instructions in Standards Document 24.
Please note that in the interests of efficiency, applications that do not meet the above criteria will not be retained, other than applications from locally resident applicants who anticipate gaining the necessary qualifications.