Pilot Scholarship Programme

Full time in Airline , in Pilot , in Pilot Scholarship
  • Post Date : May 28, 2024
  • Apply Before : June 18, 2024
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  • Job ID 4358

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Job Description: Pilot Scholarship Programme

Overview:

We are excited to announce the opening of our Pilot Scholarship Program, designed to support and encourage aspiring aviators in achieving their dreams of becoming professional pilots. This scholarship aims to provide financial assistance, mentorship, and comprehensive training to selected candidates who demonstrate exceptional potential, dedication, and a passion for aviation.

Responsibilities:

  • Training Commitment: Attend and actively participate in all scheduled flight training sessions, ground school classes, and simulator sessions as required by the flight training program.
  • Academic Excellence: Maintain a high standard of academic performance in all aviation-related coursework and examinations.
  • Flight Proficiency: Strive to achieve proficiency in all flight manoeuvres and operations, ensuring safety and adherence to aviation regulations and best practices.
  • Professional Development: Engage in continuous learning and professional development activities, including seminars, workshops, and industry events.
  • Mentorship Program: Participate in the mentorship program, receiving guidance from experienced pilots and industry professionals to enhance your learning and career prospects.
  • Community Engagement: Represent the scholarship program at various community and industry events, promoting aviation and inspiring future aviators.
  • Compliance: Adhere to all policies, procedures, and guidelines as set by the company operations manual and training school ATO manual.

Requirements:

  • Educational Background: Have at least five O’levels including Maths, English and a Science. All subjects must be at grade 3 (C) or higher.
  • Passion for Aviation: Demonstrated interest in and passion for aviation, supported by extracurricular activities, hobbies, or previous flight experience.
  • Physical Fitness:Able to meet the requirements for an EASA Class one Medical – for further information under  EASA sub Part-MED click here.
  • Communication Skills: Strong verbal and written communication skills, with the ability to follow complex instructions and communicate effectively with colleagues and peers.
  • Problem-Solving Abilities: Strong analytical and problem-solving skills, with the ability to remain calm and make sound decisions under pressure.
  • Age Requirement: Must be at least 18 years old on or before the 1st October 2024.
  • Citizenship: Must be a citizen or permanent resident of Malta.
  • Be fluent in English (Both verbal and written). Ability to gain an ICAO Level 5 English rating.
  • Have the right to live and work in Malta and the EU
  • Hold a valid worldwide passport for unrestricted travel
  • Be at least 1.58m tall
  • Able to swim 25 metres
  • Before commencing training, complete referencing and pre-employment checks required for the issue of an airport ID.

Benefits:

  • Financial Support: Full coverage of flight training costs, including tuition, fees, and materials.
  • Mentorship: Access to a network of experienced pilots and industry professionals for guidance and support.
  • Career Opportunities: Enhanced career prospects through networking opportunities and potential job placements with partner airlines and aviation companies.
  • Skill Development: Comprehensive training that covers all aspects of pilot education, from basic flight principles to advanced aircraft operations.

How to Apply:

Interested candidates should submit their completed application and all required documents by the application closing date. For more information about the scholarship program and application details, please visit flyuniversalair.com

We look forward to receiving your application and supporting your journey to becoming a professional pilot.

Please be advised we have the right to close the application form early.