Permanent contract – Berlin
€47,825 – €86,314 OTE (on-target earnings, dependent on experience)
Start dates from winter 2016
At easyJet, we’re all about opening up Europe to a whole generation of travellers. Because of our extensive network, simplicity and low prices, the possibilities to get-up-and-go and experience Europe are endless.
As a pilot with easyJet you’ll be working with a great team and will have development opportunities, quick Command progression, a variety of European bases and a safe, modern A320 fleet all at your fingertips. We enjoy bringing the latest technologies to the flight deck and we’re always open to new suggestions.
We have exciting new prospects in Berlin, which has been a strong pillar in our network since 2004. New aircraft will be joining the base soon and we’re looking for Airbus 320/330/340 Co-Pilots already based here, or for those thinking of a move to this great city.
Our Pilots are dedicated, enthusiastic and highly talented. And we’re extremely proud of them. So, if you share our energy, integrity and passion for flying, take your career places and play a lead role as part of our professional and successful flight operations team.
Requirements of the Role
Highly skilled, friendly, positive and passionate about flying, you’ll add to our famous Orange Spirit. You’ll also have a real passion to be part of a highly professional and successful team and meet these minimum requirements:
- ATPL (frozen or unfrozen)
- Currently operating as a commercial passenger airline Co-pilot on A320, A330 or A340 family of aircraft
- Minimum 500 hours on the A320, A330 or A340 family of Aircraft.
- Low-visibility Cat III-qualified
- UK EASA Licence (or must be converted to UK EASA prior to starting employment)
- UK EASA Class 1 unrestricted medical (If medical records are not held by the UK CAA, applicants must be willing and able to transfer medical records to UK to permit the issue of a UK issued EASA license)
- Minimum ICAO Level 5 English with requirement to achieve Level 6 within six months of employment
- Right to live and work in Europe with unrestricted access across the easyJet network
Please only submit one application for your preferred base; any additional applications will be withdrawn. If you are flexible with your base choices, you will be able to discuss that with the team at your interview.
Outline of easyJet Co-Pilot Selection Process
First Stage: Online Assessments
Second Stage: Applications reviewed
Third Stage: Successful applicants will be invited to attend a whole day non-technical Assessment Centre in Luton (these are likely to be from May 2016 onwards)
Fourth Stage: Technical Simulator assessment – you will be invited to Gatwick or Burgess Hill. This stage will usually take place within 3 weeks of your non-technical assessment.
Final offers will then be made based on a full review of all elements of the process and our business requirements.
Choose a career like no other, with an airline like no other.
Join us, and open up Europe to a whole generation.
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