Aircrew Officer Pilot Royal Navy
Job Type: 
Full Time
Category: 
Air Crew
Region: 
Europe & Mediterranean
Crew Requirements: 
180 UCAS points (including 2 non-overlapping subject areas with each subject must allocated at least 45 UCAS points) and five GCSEs (A* to C) or Scottish Standard Grades or equivalent, which must include English and Maths. For direct graduate entry, you’ll need a degree or equivalent, 180 UCAS points (inc 2 non-overlapping subject areas with each subject must allocated at least 45 UCAS points) and five GCSEs (A* to C) or Scottish Standard Grades or equivalent, which must include English and Maths. You’ll also have to pass flying aptitude tests at RAF Cranwell. You must be aged between 17 and 25. You should like: Working in Challenging Environments Responsibility and Decision Making Working with Aircraft A Sense of Adventure
Job Description: 
As a Fleet Air Arm helicopter pilot, you'll drop Royal Marines Commandos and their equipment into action, carry out surveillance and anti-submarine operations and fly reconnaissance or search and rescue missions over land and sea. You must have the commitment and physical and mental stamina to cope with the long and demanding training. You’ll need to be calm, confident and decisive under pressure. You’ll need to develop more than just flying and tactical skills though as you’re also a Royal Navy officer. You’ll have to manage your own workload, be flexible, adaptable and completely reliable and give your very best at all times. You’ll also need leadership skills and have proven ability to work as part of a small, dedicated and highly-skilled team.
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