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NETC Supporting Crew Member
Student (Fixed Term)
Role and Responsibilities
Supporting Crew Members help to meet the needs of our clients who train in aircraft simulators that require a crew compliment of at least two pilots by fulfilling the pilot monitoring or right seat role.
* Fulfill the \"Pilot Monitoring\" role during Flight Simulator training under FAA and/or EASA regulations
* Attend all elements of the training event to support client's training and learning experience, including pre-flight and post flight briefings
* Maintain professional conduct in all interactions with clients and instructors
* Completes necessary forms and checklists as required for pilot monitoring role
* Commercial or Airline Transport Certificate
* Airplane Multi-Engine land
* Instrument rating with 50 hours of instrument experience
* 400 hours of total flight time (100 hours of turbine, preferred) *This can be reduced to 250 hours if the candidate has a 2 or 4 year aviation university degree or is a graduate of a CAE Academy (with Local Head of Training permission)
* Must be eligible to meet all TSA requirements
* Experience with advanced avionics is preferred
* Ability to work flexible hours which can include, mornings, evenings, holidays and weekends
* Basic computer skills - Microsoft Outlook, Word, PowerPoint, Internet Explorer
* Must live within 2 hours of the training facility.
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CAE thanks all applicants for their interest. However, only those whose background and experience match the requirements of the role will be contacted.
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