Bellview Airlines Jobs: Vacancies for Fresh Graduate Management Trainees, Pilots, Officers, Engineers, Station Managers and Instructors
Bellview Airlines, Nigeria’s premier private flag carrier has embarked on a major fleet renewal, which will include the addition of A320 and B737-NG, Embraer170 and CRJ900 to our current fleet of B767s. Bellview is an IOSA certified and IATA member carrier, looking for talented professionals to take the following positions:
A.You must have a university degree/HND.
B.You must have finished N.Y.S.C
C.You can apply with either social science or Engineering course. Computer graduates can also apply
We are looking for Type Rating Examiners (TRE0 on type. Captains need a minimum of 5000hrs; at least 2000 on jet & 1000hrs currently on type. Pilots with Jet experience may be type-rated on commercial terms.
Applicants should have at least 2000hrs on Jet and a current rating of 500hrs on type. First class medicals required. Pilots with Jet experience may be type-rated on commercial terms.
Candidates with JAR B1/B2 or equivalent licence and certified on type; with at least five (5) years experience. Enigeers with Jet experience may be type rated on commercial terms.
At least a first degree from a reputable University, ten (10) years working experience in the Airline Industry or IATA/UFTAA Diploma with at least three (3) years as station manager.
Candidates should have a B.Sc degree or its equivalent with a science background. Relevant experience of at least three (3) years. Age should not be above 40.
Candidates should be licenced (NCAA), have a minimum of HND or University degree, height 5ft 6in with a relevant experience. Ability to speak French is an advantage.
HOW TO APPLY:
Candidates should please apply with resume and recent passport phptograph, within two weeks of this publication, via e-mail to:The Administration Officer,Bellview Airlines Limited,e-mail: [email protected] or [email protected]
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