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cashflyer

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Our affiliate company will be hiring for one entry level position very soon.
The company is a corporate flight department in Saudi Arabia.


Position: "Helicopter Landing Officer"

Duties: Generate passenger manifests, check IDs, load baggage and passengers, reposition helicopters with transporters, wash helicopters, etc. It's an entry level "flunky" job.

Work Schedule: 8 weeks in Saudi, 8 weeks home. Repeat as necessary.

Hours: About 6am to about 4pm. Or thereabouts.

Pre-requisites: Must be familiar with safe aircraft movement with tugs, and must be familiar with ramp safety.

Security: You will go through several background checks

Passport is required and you must not have any "impediments to travel" (ie, must not be on any blacklist or on the terror watch list)

Pay: Will be determined based on experience. If you have a good accountant, or don't mind bending some rules, or are not in the USA, then you may be able to keep that money tax free. (That is opinion - not legal advice!)

Because this job is in Saudi, females can not be considered for the job. (Saudi rules, not ours)

Transportation to Saudi and back on each rotation cycle is booked and paid by the company. Housing in Saudi is provided by the company in a secure compound.

PM me if you have questions or are interested.




 

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Hi there, i kinda interested with your job posted..May I know where exactly is that? Is that still available??Is that on khafji area??Thanks
 

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The job is still open.
Check your PM for details.


 

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Do you know of a non flunky (avaition)overseas job with a similar schedule.
 

cashflyer

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Pilot or mechanic?
If you have considerable experience with Bell 412, then yes.

 

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Mechanic, some 206B MD500 and Schweizer 300, alot of S61 and S70.
 

cashflyer

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Navy, I'm guessing?
I will inquire and see if we can accept the 61 & 70 experience.

 

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Actually, US Coast Guard, fixer and flyer as they put it.....
 

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We have a retired coastie flying for us now.
I don't know if we can stand having a second one on staff.


 

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Anyone interested should fax his/her resume or CV to the following number:
Eight Six Four . Three Four Nine . 2OO5

Edited by: cashflyer
 

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