ETPS - Test Pilot - Fixed Wing & Rotary Wing
|Job ID #: 7539|
|Employment Type: Full Time - Fixed Term Appointment|
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QinetiQ comprises teams of dedicated people; experts in defence, aerospace, security and related markets. We draw on our extensive technical knowledge and intellectual property to provide the know-how and support to solve some of the world’s most challenging problems. Our people make the critical difference to customers by providing unique approaches to problem solving. Why don’t you join some of the world’s finest scientific and technical minds and help us make tomorrow work today?
Want to be part of the future of flight test training?
Are you an experienced Test Pilot who has graduated from one of the ‘Big-4’ military test pilot schools? Do you hold a recognised teaching qualification or do you have at least 4 years’ instructional experience? If you answer yes to these questions, then we want to hear from you.
The Empire Test Pilots’ School is looking for Test Pilot instructors to help improve the training for the next generation of Test Pilots. ETPS was established over 70 years ago to train the best Test Pilots and Flight Test Engineers; that is still our goal today. Our motto ‘Learn to Test, Test to Learn’ is at the heart of our teaching; we aim to teach experienced pilots and aerospace engineers, from around the world, the philosophy and skills required to undertake all forms of test flying, to become qualified Test Pilots and Flight Test Engineers.
We are looking for Fixed Wing and Rotary Wing Test Pilots to help design new courses to provide our students with the underpinning practical knowledge to conduct experimental flight test on the latest airborne platforms.
You will work within a team of civilian and military instructors with experience and knowledge in flight test gained from the real world testing of current military systems. Based in Wiltshire there are opportunities for both full or part time roles on a 12 month Fixed Term contract basis with the future possibility of extension