NTPS FW Test Pilot Instructor Position

NTPS FW Test Pilot Instructor Position

The National Test Pilot School is seeking a Fixed Wing Test Pilot Instructor. If selected, you will work as part of a close team developing and delivering Fixed Wing Performance, Flying Qualities and Systems flight test course material. In this role you will provide both ground and airborne instruction to test pilot and flight test engineer students. You will be expected to teach all aspects of the Fixed Wing P&FQ and Systems curriculum, based on your experience. You should have excellent interpersonal skills that will allow you to relate and work well with people with a wide range of experience and from diverse cultural backgrounds. You must be able to explain inherently complex subjects in a manner that can be assimilated and applied by all students.

Position Title: Fixed Wing Test Pilot Instructor.

Worksite: Mojave, CA.

Education, Training & Experience Requirements:

  1. Master’s Degree in Engineering (or closely related field) or equivalent.
  2. Test Pilot Graduate of an SETP recognized test pilot school.
  3. Minimum of three years’ experience as a Fixed Wing experimental test pilot.
  4. Class II FAA medical or equivalent.
  5. Fluent in English (full working proficiency)
  6. Skilled in Microsoft Office products.

Education, Training & Experience Desirable Criteria:

  1. Ten years of Fixed Wing flight test experience.
  2. Significant test experience with P&FQ, Radar, EO/IR, Weapons, Comm/Nav systems and Civil Certification
  3. Previous instructional experience (civil or military).
  4. FAA Commercial Pilot License with Airplane, Single-Engine & Multi-Engine, Instrument & CFI ratings.
  5. EASA Category I Flight Test and Flight Test Instructor ratings.

NTPS offers a competitive salary and benefits package. There is occasional travel associated with this position for field trips and student projects.

Interested parties should contact

Lynda Matos

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+1 661-824-2977

Research Engineer, Test Pilot (Rotary Wing)

Aerospace
Ottawa - Ontario

RCO

  • Anticipatory staffing for a continuing position.
  • An eligibility list may be established for similar positions for a one year period.

CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFO AND TO APPLY!

Your challenge

Help bring research to life and drive your career forward with the National Research Council of Canada (NRC), Canada's premier research and technology organization.

We are looking for a vibrant and dynamic Research Engineer Test Pilot (Rotary Wing) to support the Flight Research Laboratory (FRL) within the Aerospace portfolio. The successful candidate would be someone who shares our core values of impact, accountability, leadership, integrity and collaboration.

The Flight Research Laboratory operates a small fleet of highly specialized research aircraft to meet the flight research needs of partners and clients in the aerospace sector. Flight test and evaluation duties in support of research needs are performed by research engineer test pilots who, in addition, fulfill duties as project managers and research engineers.

In addition to serving as a rotary-wing research engineer test pilot for a wide variety of projects, the incumbent will conceive, manage, perform, and report on his/her own flight research projects with partners in Canadian and foreign aerospace industries, government agencies, and aerospace research establishments. There may be an opportunity for the incumbent to develop and apply skills related to fixed-wing aircraft as well.

KEY ACTIVITIES:

1. Flying as pilot-in-command for research flight activities relating to airborne research, airborne sensing, and flight mechanics projects. Performing test and evaluation flying for research projects;

2. Act as project lead for airborne research, flight mechanics, and aeronautical technology development projects, including the design and development of research experiments, analysis and reporting of results in technical reports, journals, and at national and international research meetings;

3. Providing overall management and project engineering for collaborative flight research projects;

4. Managing the technical development and project application of research aircraft.
 

Screening criteria

Applicants must demonstrate within the content of their application that they meet the following screening criteria in order to be given further consideration as candidates:

Education

Canadian Forces rotary-wing pilot flight training or equivalent.

Bachelor’s degree in relevant engineering, science or math program. Candidates with a relevant Master’s degree will be given preference.

Completion of formal military rotary-wing test pilot school training course (minimum course length 6 months), or equivalent training.
 

Experience

Extensive experience as a rotary-wing pilot (minimum of 2500 hours pilot time);

Significant experience working as a test pilot in an aircraft test or development environment;

Hold a valid commercial helicopter pilot license, or a valid airline transport pilot license – helicopter;

Fixed-wing pilot in command experience would be an asset.
 

Condition of employment

  • Must be able to work in demanding environments such as the Arctic or hot dry conditions may be required.
  • Level II (Secret)
  • Must be able to obtain and maintain a Restricted Area Identification Card (RAIC) from the Ottawa Airport Pass Control Office.
  • Medical Suitability – A Category 1 aviation medical is essential.
  • A Secret clearance must be obtained within 12 months of employment.

Language requirements

  • English

Assessment criteria

Candidates will be assessed on the basis of the following criteria:

Technical competencies:

Ability to prepare and deliver high level presentations and reports;

Ability to analyze flight test data using computer software to resolve technical and/or scientific challenges and provide appropriate recommendations;

Advanced knowledge of flight mechanics principles and flight test and evaluation techniques;

Ability to make an initial assessment of the suitability of a project for study, the likely scientific or engineering merit of the project, and the general safety of an experimental plan;

Ability to formulate logical conclusions from flight testing and decide whether the acquired data are sufficient to respond to a client need or prove or disprove theoretical models and whether further testing is required;

Ability to understand industry needs and match that with appropriate scientific/technical solutions;

Ability to guide the clients in flight test or research experiments to ensure that flight safety, operational restrictions and regulations, and experimental objectives are harmonized to achieve the best possible results in an efficient and safe manner.

Behavioural competencies:

Creative Thinking (Level 3)
Networking (Level 2)
Communication (Level 2)
Teamwork (Level 3)
Self-knowing and self-development (Level 2)
 

For this position, NRC will evaluate candidates using the following competency profile(s):  | Research

View all competency profiles.

Relocation

Relocation assistance will be determined in accordance with NRC's directives.

Salary range

  • This position is classified as a Research Council Officer (RCO), a group that is unique to the NRC. The RCO group uses a person-based classification system instead of the more common duties-based classification system. Candidates are remunerated based on their expertise, skill, outcomes and impacts of their previous work experience. The salary scale for this group is vast, from $49,670 to $140,418 per annum, which permits for employees of all levels from new graduates to world renowned experts to be fairly compensated for their contributions.

Closing date

03/15/2017 (27 days)

Applications will be accepted until 23:59 Eastern Time

CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFO AND TO APPLY!

Flight Test Engineering Manager Job Openings at Pratt & Whitney (4)

Lead Flight Test Engineering Manager – Brazil, Japan, Russia, Savannah, GA (Pratt & Whitney)

Location:        Gaviao Peixoto, Brazil 

                        Nagoya, Japan

                        Irkutsk, Russia

                        Savannah, Georgia

Job Description:

A Flight Test Engineering Manager is needed to provide leadership for Compliance Flight Test efforts on-site.  Pratt & Whitney Flight Test is interested in filling 4 positions, one for each site location (Brazil, Japan, Russia & Savannah Georgia).  The position requires the applicant to be located full time at the respective location. The Lead Flight Test Engineering Manager is responsible for identifying and coordinating requirements for successful completion of Compliance Flight Testing at the respective customer test site.  Each flight test program is expected to last into 2020.  Ownership for planning for engine maintenance, engine configuration upgrades, instrumentation installation, aircraft deployment activity and borescope inspections are essential. Technical leadership for test briefings, and test reviews will be required to ensure engine safety and customer schedule needs. The candidate must have good communication skills, and the ability to work in a team environment. The candidate for this position will represent Pratt & Whitney as they interface directly with the customer on-site.  The candidate will also provide feedback to, and work with the PW Program Manager, PW Chief Engineer, potential hardware owners & PW Flight Test Manager to help make informed high level decisions.

This position will also include management, providing direction and scheduling of personnel to cover all aspects of the engineering program. He/she will provide performance feedback to all SEV personnel on site, and to other engineering & technician disciplines onsite.

Qualifications:

-       Bachelor’s Degree in Mechanical Engineering or Aeronautical Engineering

-       Minimum of 12 years work experience with an engine flight test program (development or compliance/production). Exposure to leading the engineering test team and communicating with the flight crew is required. Either on-board flight test engineer or exposure to a customer telemetry room test environment with a dedicated test director is required.

-       Knowledge of engine data analysis, engine limits & engine functionality

-       Ability to drive tasks to closure, and ensure all relative information is obtained to ensure correct execution

Contact:

Please submit your resume & summary of qualifications by email to:

Alison Gallant (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.)

SEV Flight Test Manager

United Technologies Corporation is An Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer.  All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability or veteran status, age or any other federally protected class.


System Vehicle Lead Job Openings at Pratt & Whitney 

System Vehicle Lead Positions – Middletown, CT and West Palm Beach Fla. (Pratt & Whitney)

Location:        Middletown Ct and West Palm Beach Fla

Job Description:

The Pratt & Whitney Systems Engineering and Validation Organization is looking for experienced high energy individuals to fulfil System Vehicle Lead Positions (SVL) within the Systems Engineering & Validation organization.  The SVL serves as the Engine Integrated Product Team (EIPT) Lead over one or more engines, Major System Rigs or development engine flight test engines within a program Engine Validation Plan (EVP).  They have the overall system level responsibility for establishing the requirements for their assigned test or flight test vehicles including working with the Validation Manager, Component Integrated Product Teams and Core Engineering groups to establish test objectives and communicate vehicle level requirements to the Assembly, Instrumentation and Test organizations within SEV.  The SVL works with validation planning, instrumentation, assembly test and flight test disciplines to define, document and flow detailed requirements associated with their assigned test vehicle(s).  The SVL as EIPT lead will work with Assembly Instrumentation and Test (AIT) to ensure their level 3 schedules align with the key milestones for each test vehicle.  The SVL then leads the team to ensure successful execution of the defined engine assembly or test task. The System Vehicle Lead working with the Engine Integrated Product Team, Deputy Validation Manager and Val Manager will assess risks, issues and engine configuration change control and work to ensure clear requirements and delivery to the plan.

Qualifications:

BS Mechanical Engineering or Equivalent with a minimum of 7 years’ experience.

Strong Systems Engineering/ Project Management experience.  . Preferred qualifications would include development engine leadership experience during engine assembly, instrumentation and test phases, performance analysis, flight test, hardware and configuration experience, planning and scheduling.

          Knowledge of engine data analysis, engine limits & engine functionality

          Ability to drive tasks to closure, and ensure all relative information is obtained to ensure correct execution

Contact:

Please submit your resume & summary of qualifications by email to:

John Matthews (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.)

System Vehicle Lead Manager

United Technologies Corporation is An Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer.  All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability or veteran status, age or any other federally protected class. 

KBRwyle - E-2 / C-2 Test Pilot

E-2 / C-2 Test Pilot (AERO-MD-PA-16:081(
Location: MD-Patuxent River (AERO)
Schedule: Full Time
   
Job Description:

This position supports tasking at VX-20, onboard NAS Patuxent River, MD. The successful candidate will actively participate in E-2C/D and/or C-2A flight testing as an engineering test pilot and test project officer. Candidate will be required to perform a variety of tasks including participation in technical meetings, analysis of test requirements, test plan preparation, drafting detailed test procedures, preflight planning, conducting functional check flights and engineering test flights, data collection during test flight test events, post-flight liaison with maintenance and engineering representatives and report writing. Most work will be conducted on-site at NAS Patuxent River, MD; however some domestic travel will be required in support of flight test activities and detachments. 

Education/Experience:  

A Bachelor's Degree from an accredited college or university and ten (10) years of flight experience is required.  A minimum of 1500 hours in the E-2 and/or C-2 aircraft is required. Past (required) or current (desired) designation as a Carrier AEW Plane Commander or C-2A Transport Plane Commander is required.  Current or former designation as a NATOPS Instructor Pilot strongly desired.  Two (2) years RDT&E flight experience desired, but not required. A degree in engineering, physical sciences, mathematics, computer science or related technical discipline is desired.  Graduate of one of the following: U.S. Naval Test Pilot School (TPS), U.S. Air Force Test Pilot School, Empire Test Pilot School or EPNER Test Pilot School is desirable.   

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: 
Candidate must be able to organize, demonstrate effective oral and written communications, and operate in a highly dynamic and fast-paced team environment. Candidate must be proficient with the Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel, and Power Point) and similar computer-based productivity applications. Candidate must be able to pass the physical and training qualification requirements to provide contract aircrew support, including completion of Navy water survival and aviation physiology training, as well as annual FAA Class II flight physical. 
 

Applicant selected may be subject to a government security investigation and must meet eligibility requirements for access to classified information.

EOE/Minorities/Females/Vet/Disability

Application Instructions

For immediate confidential consideration, please apply online by clicking "Apply Now to Join Our Team" or visit http://careers.wyle.com.

Northrop Grumman - Flight Test Electrical Engineer 4 – Linthicum, MD

Flight Test Electrical Engineer 4 – Linthicum, MD - 16022897

Start your career today with Northrop Grumman Mission System's sector, located in Linthicum, Maryland!

The Flight Test Business area deals with the design, analysis, modification, integration, ground and flight testing and airworthiness certification of airborne surveillance and communication technologies onto manned, flying testbed commercial-derivative aircraft.  The Flight Test Electrical Engineer 4 shall perform a variety of engineering work including design, analysis and substantiation of electrical systems and components as related to aircraft modification and integration of surveillance and communication technologies as well as avionics upgrades.  Additional responsibilities include preparing electrical engineering reports, wiring diagrams, block diagrams, electrical load analysis, ground/flight test reports and other technical reports required to obtain FAA and/or military/DoD airworthiness approvals.  Also involves creating engineering detail, assembly, cable/wire harness and installation/routing drawings using AutoCAD or similar software programs.

The Flight Test Electrical Engineer 4 will maintain an active involvement in every step throughout the lifecycle once a project is initiated and will support all aspects of flight testing including but not limited to the following:

  • Supporting proposals with cost and schedule estimates for aircraft modifications.
  • System verification and validation test support.
  • Technical planning, electrical systems design and electrical systems interface definition.
  • Performing trade studies and electrical system requirements derivation to translate Customer requirements into electrical specifications and systems solutions that meet technical, schedule and cost constraints.
  • Working with existing aircraft AC and DC power sources and converting into useful power for Programs by the most efficient and safe means.
  • Assisting programs in design and testing including electrical systems design, electrical loads analysis, aircraft platform power distribution to systems, basic circuit design and circuit protection, and safety interlocks during design phase.
  • Assisting with cable fabrication and checkout, ground tests, flight run card preparation and review, pre- and post-flight briefings during flight test portion of programs.
  • Interfacing with Customers, internal Program Office and IPT personnel including management, integration and test, and system design engineers/architects.
  • Interfacing with test pilots, mechanics, electrical technicians, inspectors, and other flight test engineers to accomplish electrical design, modification, installation and documentation.
  • Gain experience needed to obtain Designated Engineering Representative (DER) Certification by working closely with the FAA

Candidates with a DER Certification may be considered for employment at a higher band.

Basic Qualifications:

To be considered for this position, you must minimally meet the knowledge, skills, and abilities listed below:

  • A Bachelor of Science in Electrical, Systems or other related Engineering degree
  • 9 years of related experience or 7 years related experience with Masters Degree in Engineering
  • Must have the ability to obtain and maintain a Secret security clearance
  • Must have proven technical experience integrating and modifying aircraft to add systems and equipment. Systems may include: Audio, radio/communications, EO/IR, SIGINT/COMINT, video distribution/downlink, INS/GPS.
  • Knowledge of aircraft electrical systems and wiring diagrams, aircraft avionics, electrical power, EMI/EMC prevention, wire shielding and wire protection/sizing.
  • Past experience in developing aircraft electrical modification data packages and supporting a project from conceptual design through detail design, manufacturing, and integration and test.
  • Ability to read and interpret technical drawings and documents needed to routinely maintain and repair commercial aircraft; Wiring Diagram Manual (WDM), Aircraft Maintenance Manual (AMM), Illustrated Parts Catalog (IPC), etc.
  • Prior interaction and coordination experience with FAA Designated Engineering Representatives (DERs) for 8110-3 data approvals.
  • Knowledge of and familiarity with FAA 14 CFR Part 23 & Part 25 aircraft certification requirements, AC43.13, MIL-STD-704 and MIL-W-5088.
  • Position requires the desire and ability to work under pressure in a fast-paced, dynamic environment and adapt quickly to frequently changing requirements on a weekly or sometimes daily basis.
  • US Citizenship required.



Preferred Qualifications:

  • Current FAA Part 23 and Part 25 DER in Electrical Systems & Equipment, including Major Repairs and Alterations.
  • Master of Science or Master of Engineering degree in Electrical or Systems Engineering or related field from an accredited institution.
  • Active Top Secret/SCI clearance.
  • Experience with Military Commercial Derivative Aircraft (MCDA) and interaction with the FAA Military Certification Office (MCO).
  • Familiarity with the FAA Supplemental Type Certificate (STC) process and prior approval(s) on an STC project.

Northrop Grumman is committed to hiring and retaining a diverse workforce. We are proud to be an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer, making decisions without regard to race, color, religion, creed, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, marital status, national origin, age, veteran status, disability, or any other protected class. For our complete EEO/AA and Pay Transparency statement, please visit www.northropgrumman.com/EEO. U.S. Citizenship is required for most positions.

To apply please visit the Northrop Grumman Corporation Careers Site at: http://www.northropgrumman.com/careers/index.html and enter position 16022897

Four ITPS Job Openings

INTERNATIONAL TEST PILOTS SCHOOL (ITPS)

Job Description: Flight Test Instructor ­ Fixed Wing Flight Test Engineer

Location: London, Ontario. CANADA

About the Employer: ITPS Canada Ltd has been providing contracted flight test services and

innovative, effective training to civil and military customers from around the world since 2001.

Available training includes a number of standard flight test courses as well as customized programs

for civil industry and individuals. ITPS also offers advanced tactical training for fighter pilots and

Fighter Weapons Instructors. ITPS's innovative programs and depth of competence provide

solutions to the specific requirements of each customer.  We have a need for Flight Test

Instructor for instructional duties at the International Test Pilots School for long and short term work.

About the Occupation:

  • Ensure safe flight test operations
  • Instruct and mentor student test pilots and flight test engineers
  • Provide lectures in the classroom
  • Provide airborne instruction

Specific Details of the Occupation: For the Flight Test Engineer position you will possess the following attributes:

Essential Requirements

  • Bachelor’s Degree in the Engineering field
  • 10 years' experience in the military and/or civil industry
  • 5 years’ flight test experience
  • Meet the requirements of an EASA CAT­1 Lead Flight Test Engineer.
  • Meet the requirements of a Canadian Class 3 Medical;

Preference will be given to applicants that are/have:

  • Canadian citizens / North Americans
  • Graduate from a Test Pilot School
  • Master’s Degree or PhD, preferably in Aeronautical or Mechanical Engineering
  • previous instructional experience
  • Experience in civil certification, avionics, weapons testing and/or fly-by wire
  • Member of SFTE (or SETP)

This is a permanent full-time position with a yearly salary of CAD$108,000 with 20 days paid vacation, company non-contributory medical insurance and accidental death and disability coverage, working at our site in 2410 Blair Blvd. London, Ontario N5V 3Z9. CANADA

Contact: Please submit your qualifications and curriculum vitae by email to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. , Attention: Lorri McKibbin. 

__________________________________________________________________________________

INTERNATIONAL TEST PILOTS SCHOOL (ITPS)

Job Description: Flight Test Instructor ­ Fixed Wing Flight Test Pilot

Location: London, Ontario

About the Employer: ITPS Canada Ltd has been providing contracted flight test services and

innovative, effective training to civil and military customers from around the world since 2001.

Available training includes a number of standard flight test courses as well as customized programs

for civil industry and individuals. ITPS also offers advanced Tactical training for fighter pilots and

Fighter Weapons Instructors. ITPS's innovative programs and depth of competence provide

solutions to the specific requirements of each customer.  We have a need for Flight Test

Instructor for instructional duties at the International Test Pilots School for long and short term work.

About the Occupation:

  • Ensure safe flight test operations
  • Instruct and mentor student test pilots and flight test engineers
  • Provide lectures in the classroom
  • Provide airborne instruction

Specific Details of the Occupation: For the Flight Test Pilot position you will possess the following attributes:

Essential Requirements

  • Must be a  Test Pilot
  • Must be a graduate from a Test Pilot School
  • ICAO CPL(A) multi-engine IR, ability to obtain Canadian CPL(A) and a Class 1 Medical;
  • 10 years' experience in the military and/or civil industry
  • 5 years’ flight test experience
  • Meet the requirements of an EASA CAT­1 Test Pilot Rating and Flight Test Instructor Rating.
  • Demonstrate good interpersonal skills

Preference will be given to applicants that are/have:

  • Canadian citizens / North Americans
  • Previous instructional experience as a test pilot.
  • Bachelor's Degree or equivalent experience.
  • Member of SETP
  • EASA CAT 1 Flight Test Instructor Rating

This is a permanent full-time position with a yearly salary of CAD$135,000 with 20 days paid vacation, company non-contributory medical insurance and accidental death and disability coverage, working at our site in 2410 Blair Blvd. London, Ontario N5V 3Z9.

Contact: Please submit your qualifications and curriculum vitae by email to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. , Attention: Lorri McKibbin. 

__________________________________________________________________________________

INTERNATIONAL TEST PILOTS SCHOOL (ITPS)

Job Description: Flight Test Instructor ­ Rotary Wing Flight Test Engineer

Location: London, Ontario

About the Employer: ITPS Canada Ltd has been providing contracted flight test services and

innovative, effective training to civil and military customers from around the world since 2001.

Available training includes a number of standard flight test courses as well as customized programs

for civil industry and individuals. ITPS also offers advanced tactical training for fighter pilots and

Fighter Weapons Instructors. ITPS's innovative programs and depth of competence provide

solutions to the specific requirements of each customer.  We have a need for a Flight Test

Instructor for instructional duties at the International Test Pilots School for long and short term work.

About the Occupation:

  • Ensure safe flight test operations
  • Instruct and mentor student test pilots and flight test engineers
  • Provide lectures in the classroom
  • Provide airborne instruction

Specific Details of the Occupation: For the Flight Test Engineer position you will possess the following attributes:

Essential Requirements

  • Bachelor’s Degree in the Engineering field
  • 10 years' experience in the military and/or civil industry
  • 5 years’ flight test experience
  • Meet the requirements of an EASA CAT­1 Lead Flight Test Engineer.
  • Meet the requirements of a Canadian Class 3 Medical;

Preference will be given to applicants that are/have:

  • Canadian citizens / North Americans
  • Graduate from a Test Pilot School
  • Master’s Degree or PhD, preferably in Aeronautical or Mechanical Engineering
  • previous instructional experience
  • Experience in civil certification, avionics, weapons testing and/or fly-by wire
  • Member of SFTE (or SETP)

This is a permanent full-time position with a yearly salary of CAD$108,000 with 20 days paid vacation, company non-contributory medical insurance and accidental death and disability coverage, working at our site in 2410 Blair Blvd. London, Ontario N5V 3Z9.

Contact: Please submit your qualifications and curriculum vitae by email to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. , Attention: Lorri McKibbin. 

__________________________________________________________________________________

INTERNATIONAL TEST PILOTS SCHOOL (ITPS)

Job Description: Flight Test Instructor ­ Rotary Wing Flight Test Pilot

Location: London, Ontario

About the Employer: ITPS Canada Ltd has been providing contracted flight test services and

innovative, effective training to civil and military customers from around the world since 2001.

Available training includes a number of standard flight test courses as well as customized programs

for civil industry and individuals. ITPS also offers advanced Tactical training for fighter pilots and

Fighter Weapons Instructors. ITPS's innovative programs and depth of competence provide

solutions to the specific requirements of each customer.  We have a need for a Flight Test

Instructor for instructional duties at the International Test Pilots School for long and short term work.

About the Occupation:

  • Ensure safe flight test operations
  • Instruct and mentor student test pilots and flight test engineers
  • Provide lectures in the classroom
  • Provide airborne instruction

Specific Details of the Occupation: For the Flight Test Pilot position you will possess the following attributes:

Essential Requirements

  • Must be a Rotary Wing Test Pilot
  • Must be a graduate from a Test Pilot School
  • ICAO CPL(H) and meet the requirements of a Canadian CPL(H) and a Class 1 Medical;
  • 10 years' experience in the military and/or civil industry
  • 5 years’ flight test experience
  • Meet the requirements of an EASA CAT­1 Test Pilot Rating and Flight Test Instructor Rating.

Preference will be given to applicants that are/have:

  • Canadian citizens / North Americans
  • previous instructional experience (Instructor Pilot or equivalent)
  • Instrument Rating
  • Bachelor's Degree or equivalent experience.
  • Member of SETP
  • EASA CPL(H);

This is a permanent full-time position with a yearly salary of CAD$135,000 with 20 days paid vacation, company non-contributory medical insurance and accidental death and disability coverage, working  at our site in 2410 Blair Blvd. London, Ontario N5V 3Z9.

Contact: Please submit your qualifications and curriculum vitae by email to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. , Attention: Lorri McKibbin.