Maritime Task Specialist

Please click “Maritime Task Specialist” to apply.


  • Undertake standby duties with a high state of readiness (airborne within 30 minutes during the day, 2 hours at night.)
  • Activities to promote readiness, e.g. daily briefings and equipment checks
  • General upkeep of equipment, including but not limited to: inspection and care of survival equipment, mission equipment, cleaning and husbandry of the aircraft and installed equipment


  • Customer liaison to establish requirements
  • Flight planning in conjunction with the flight crew
  • Ramp duties to facilitate the prompt dispatch of the aircraft


  • Undertake duties on-board aircraft for prolonged periods (offshore with limited facilities)
  • Make operational assessments / decisions to complete the task at hand
  • Operation of VHF and SATCOM communications equipment
  • Operation of photographic and remote-sensing equipment including ultra-violet, infra-red, and sideways-looking-airborne-radar
  • Operation of position and orientation device to log data for post-flight processing


  • Report writing to a high standard, including the presentation of numerical data and photographs
  • Processing of raw data (photography and numerical data) through bespoke software for display and manipulation on a geographic information system

Person Specification

•Strong verbal communication skills
•Report writing skills
•Computer literate, with aptitude to proficiently use bespoke GIS software (training provided)
•Flexibility to travel
•Mathematical proficiency

Conditional Requirements to be Satisfied During Probationary Period (unless already held)
•Security clearances / relevant Airside passes
•Marine Radio Short Range Certificate
•Flight Radio Telephony Operator Licence
•Crew Resource Management Training
•Completion of in-house training programme (combination of ground and airborne training)

Rostering & Location

The activity level for this role is extremely unpredictable, and it is spread over 24 hours, 365 days per year. The roster pattern and expected flexibility of the successful candidate reflects this issue. Currently, the role is rostered as follows:
•Tours of duty based around 5 on – 5 off with nationwide travel during a 5-day tour Standby duties will be required in forward base locations (Accommodation and travel during tour provided by the company)
•Tours begin and end at East Midlands Airport. The successful candidate will need to provide their own transport to / from East Midlands Airport at the start / end of each tour

No Agencies

Line Pilots

We are currently recruiting for Captains and therefore welcome CVs from candidates meeting our minimum requirements.  Please click “Line Pilots” to find out more.  As a sign of your professionalism, please only apply when you meet our requirements.

We operate a rolling recruitment cycle, therefore your CV will be held for 6 months from receipt of your application.

Please note, only successful candidates will be contacted during that time.

No agencies.

Licensed B1 / B2 Aircraft Engineers

We are currently seeking both B1 and B2 Licensed Engineers, preferably with recent experience on aircraft below 5700kgs.

Please click “Licensed B1 / B2 Aircraft Engineers” to apply.

Engineering activities will include:

  • Both line and base maintenance of various aircraft types
  • Supervision of junior members of the team
  • Daily liaison with base maintenance manager
  • Potential for supervisory roles for suitable candidates

Applicants with experience of Cessna / King Air types are encouraged to apply, however type training may be given

Four on, four off and Monday – Friday shift options available. Please include current position and salary with your application.  Please click “Aircraft Engineers” to find out more.

No agencies.