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Employment 

 


Deputy Continuing Airworthiness Manager (CAM) / HAAMC

The CAM/HAAMC is the nominated post holder, reporting to the Accountable Manager, responsible for all of the aircraft airworthiness and maintenance control aspects of the Sharp Airlines fleet. The Deputy CAM/HAAMC will assist the CAM/HAAMC in meeting this responsibility and in ensuring that all Sharp Airlines operations are conducted safely and efficiently.

It is expected that the Deputy CAM/HAAMC will be nominated by Sharp Airlines and approved by CASA under CASR 1998 – Part 42 to act in the role of CAM (as required and described within the CAMO Exposition), following a CASA interview and completion of the approval process.

Hours of work to be negotiated with CEO.

POSITION DESCRIPTION

SharpAirlines-DeputyCAM-PositionDescription.pdf

Applications close 5pm EST Friday 27 February 2015

Please email your application to:

Mr Stuart Eaves
General Manager Safety & Quality Assurance
Email : stuart.eaves@sharpairlines.com.au


 

Tips

Below is a list of Sharp Airlines minimum experience requirements and some tips to help you along in your career. Please understand that these guidelines / suggestions are my personal opinions only and may not necessarily reflect the ideas of other Chief Pilots/Managers.

In accordance with best practice and contractual requirements we have the following minimum requirements. Pilots who fall short in one area may be given allowances if they have additional experience in another area and may be invited to apply for a position with our company.

Captains

  • Airline Transport Pilots Licence
  • Command Instrument Rating Minimum 3 renewals
  • 2500 hours Total Time
  • 1500 hours Total Command
  • 500 hours Total Multi Engine
  • 300 hours Gas Turbine or Jet Aircraft
  • 100 hours on Type Metro III/23
  • Crew Resource Management Course - Evidence of completion
  • First Aid Certificate II Current Certificate
  • Dangerous Goods Pass within the preceding 6 months
  • Holder of current ASIC card
  • Holder of current Essendon Terminal Access Card

Co-Pilot*

  • Commercial Pilots Licence
  • Command Instrument rating
  • 250 hours Total Time
  • 50 hours Total Gas Turbine
  • 10 hours Type Metro III/23
  • Crew Resource Management Course - Evidence of completion
  • First Aid Certificate II Current Certificate
  • Dangerous Goods Pass within the preceding 6 months
  • Holder of current ASIC card
  • Holder of current Essendon Terminal Access Card

*Note: Co-Pilots are normally only selected from our Airline Pilot Traineeship Course.

Resumes

If you meet our minimum requirements then I invite you to email your resume to ms@sharpairlines.com.au (other forms will not be excepted). You will be forwarded a response to say that your resume is on file. Resumes should be updated with us every 6 months by e-mail to keep your application open. Failure to do this may result in you application being withdrawn. If we have vacancies in the near future I will request an interview and skills test. If you are successful you will then be placed on our active hold file or given an approximate start date.

Interview/Skills Test

Successful applicants will undergo the following;

  • Interview (covering personal background, company knowledge and aircraft type knowledge) = Typically 1 hour
  • IFR theoretical knowledge (good background knowledge in all areas essential) = Typically 1 hour
  • Synthetic trainer session in our Aeroguidance Mark 6 trainer covering ILS/LLZ/NDB and DME Arc procedures. Other areas that maybe examined are Unusual attitudes, Steep Turns and limited panel flight = Typically 2.0 hours.
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