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CES first officer or captain requirements?

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Is it my imagination or do the requirements for that CES corporate pilot position seem more like Captain requirements?

4000 TT
1500 Multi PIC
1000 Jet PIC

:shock:

Have we returned to the experience requirements of ol' where you need shuttle time to fly a Navajo in Canada? Hmm.
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They label it as "Pilot" for a Hondajet.

Single pilot ops?
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I thought It seemed reasonable for a decent corporate gig. This is hardly a Navajo Gig.
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For a first officer on a Hondajet?
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schnitzel2k3 wrote: Tue Jan 12, 2021 3:17 pm Have we returned to the experience requirements of ol' where you need shuttle time to fly a Navajo in Canada? Hmm.
In the current market they can ask for whatever they want and will probably get it!!! For a private operator, I'd guess more experience means less insurance. How many WJ pilots with tons of 737 experience do you think will apply? Probably a bunch, given that current CEWS on furlough or EI is only about $500/wk.

It's going to be an employer's market for some time. We all need to get used to it.
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Freeport_Flyer wrote: Tue Jan 12, 2021 4:02 pm
schnitzel2k3 wrote: Tue Jan 12, 2021 3:17 pm Have we returned to the experience requirements of ol' where you need shuttle time to fly a Navajo in Canada? Hmm.
In the current market they can ask for whatever they want and will probably get it!!! For a private operator, I'd guess more experience means less insurance. How many WJ pilots with tons of 737 experience do you think will apply? Probably a bunch, given that current CEWS on furlough or EI is only about $500/wk.

It's going to be an employer's market for some time. We all need to get used to it.
Perhaps, when I saw the ad I was stunned to think guys were getting on Globals in 2019 with 1500 hours lol. Just took me aback I suppose.
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Upon first glance I remember seeing First Officer, looks like that adjusted now to just corporate pilot.

4000++ seems pretty reasonable if its a single pilot on a HA420, particularly in this insurance market.

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