Simulator Pilot EPNB (Freelance or Student Job)
Entry Point North is one of the largest air traffic services academies globally. The academy was established in Sweden in 2005 and it educates primarily air traffic controllers. It has subsidiaries in Shannon, Dublin, Budapest, Madrid, Copenhagen and from September 2018 in Brussels.
Entry Point North Belgium is a joint venture between Entry Point North and Belgian Air Navigation Service Provider, Belgocontrol. It is based at Brussels Airport, with the objective of providing world class training and services to aspiring and operational air traffic controllers and other air traffic services related personnel of Belgocontrol as well as external clients.
At Entry Point North Belgium, we work in a high pace environment where each day is unique. To be successful in this position you will have to work according to our values: brave, responsible, innovative and open-minded.
We are looking for Simulator Pilots who are ready to take-off with us!
Air traffic controller students are trained in a simulator environment where the Simulator Pilot acts as their counterpart. The Simulator Pilots' main responsibility is to program the simulator with the clearances and instructions given by the air traffic controllers.
As a Simulator Pilot, you will be a part of a simulator pilot pool and work on a need basis, based at Entry Point North Belgium in Brussels.
You're willing to work on a freelance basis or as a student job.
We are looking for an open-minded colleague with a positive attitude and a willingness to learn new things. As a person you are ambitious and responsible with a service minded attitude. Your work style is flexible and can as easily be independent as in a work group environment. You have a high-level of multitasking capability and no problems adapting to quick changes.
You have a very good working knowledge of computers, preferably you are a gamer and/or have experience from VATSIM. A valid/expired pilot licence or experience from Air traffic controlling is also considered an advantage. Due to the specific aviation phraseology that is used it is important that you have a good and clear command of English.
Before you start working as a simulator pilot in live exercises, you need to complete a training programme that will take place in August 2018.
We run a continuous programme of selections and interviews and would thus like to receive your application as soon as possible. Please apply for this position by attaching your CV and resume in English no later than 18th July.