How we can help
Picking the right
pilot is essential for a safe, efficient, and profitable operation.
Picking the wrong pilot would mean a loss of money, loss of a contract, or worse.
Whatever the position type: Offshore/Onshore, HEMS/Medevac, SAR/HHO, VIP/Corporate, VRLL/Aerial Work, IFR/VFR, NVG/NVIS, civilian/military, you name it, we know how to assess pilots.
Through a turn-key solution, we will:
How we work
- job ad on Helijobs.net
- compile initial list candidates
- general background check
- video/phone interview
- select for assessment
all free of charge*
- administrative logistics
- preparation package for the simulator
- one-on-one interview
- technical skills in a simulator
- psychometric testing (optional add-on)
Who we are
My partners have interviewed and evaluated hundreds of candidates throughout their careers in their civilian jobs and military services. They are (senior) flight examiners and hold leading positions in the companies for which they are currently working.
What does it cost
Contact us for an estimate through email@example.com, with a description of your operational requirements, or contact us using the form below.
Carl Gilbert Rego is one of our evaluators.
He is a frequent member of the pilot hiring board of Bristow Norway AS. He has interviewed over 250 candidates for the company; which pride themselves with a low turnover of pilots. Carl is an excellent listener, and he has an exceptional ability to ask the right questions when interviewing.
In his early 20s, Carl was an elected official in a county adjacent to Oslo. His military career consisted of working for the Norwegian Army as a non-commissioned officer for many years with deployments in Norway and the Balkans during the war; security clearance administration for Norwegian Defence Logistics Organisation; and, a security clearance clerk for The Norwegian National Security Authority.
Carl is both an ATPL-licensed IFR offshore captain and instructor & examiner. He has been working for Bristow Norway since 2005. He has accumulated over 7,000 hours in helicopters.