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Bristow Caribbean Limited, a leader in aviation services for the energy industry, is seeking suitable
applicants for the above position
• To conduct and discipline personnel working under his supervision.
In conjunction with the Engineering Manager maintaining vigilance in respect of security arrangements
at the Company's Operating Base, on site and for the aircraft.
In conjunction with the Engineering Manager to implement the Quality and Safety policies and procedures
set out in the various manuals comprising the Safety Management System and to ensure that they are
understood and used by all members of staff, thereby ensuring an effective and safe service to our
clients and customers.
Liaison with the designated client representative with regards to any special requirements of the flying
Organization of the flying programme. Allocation of the flight crews, including contingency planning/
call out procedures for nominated relief/back up pilots. Supervision of flight time limitations and rest
period requirements. Liaison with the Engineer in Charge for the programming of maintenance to meet
the needs of the flying task.
Area familiarization, Operator Proficiency, Line and task training. Flying discipline and the enforcement
of regulations and Operations Manual requirements. Periodic checking and continuation training.
Defining safe routes and safety heights, standard operating heights, and establishing fixed reporting
Ensuring the provision of a safe and efficient air/ground radio communication network.
Supervising pilot familiarity with safety equipment available in the aircraft and on the unit.
In conjunction with the Operations Manager integrating with the Company Safety Management System
and setting up Flight Safety Committees and Health and Safety Committees to promote the highest
standards in the work place.
Ensuring that all staff are in possession of valid licences and their compliance with any licence restrictions,
medical certificates, type ratings, passports appropriate to their appointment.
Ensuring adequate notification of pilot leave relief requirements and short term relief.
Maintaining a responsibility towards the interest and welfare of the unit personnel. (He may delegate
certain duties to other members of the Unit Staff but it remains his responsibility that these duties are
satisfactorily carried out.)
In conjunction with the Operations Manager ensuring that all personnel meet the highest of standards
in both conduct and presentation and commensurate with their role.
Any other delegation by the Operations Manager.
Required Skills and Experience:
A current ATPL with the appropriate ratings for at least one of the aircraft used in the operations.
Three years' experience as Pilot in Command in commercial air transport operations.
Effective interpersonal, communication and team member skills.
Ability to demonstrate effective leadership.
Proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite
Applicants can apply through our career portal
Applications should reach no later than 16th June 2014
Bristow Caribbean Limited is an equal opportunity employer
Unsuitable applications will not be acknowledged
Confidence in flight. Worldwide.
WANTAGE ROAD---Sri Lanka will head into the first
Test at Lord s generally fortified in their hopes of
scalping England at home for the third series in a
row and a little wiser about their starting line-up
after a gentle workout against Northamptonshire in
one of the quieter corners of the county circuit.
Dinesh Chandimal, promoted to open the second
innings, managed only a single-figure score but Dimuth
Karunaratne s scratchy 38
did not quite cement the
batting order. Four wickets
for Dhammika Prasad, how-
ever, suggested at some clar-
ity in the bowling.
Karunaratne was dropped
at slip on 32, slashing hard
at David Willey, and then
played a delivery from Matthew Spriegel on to his
stumps shortly before Sri Lanka called a halt to their
batting practice and the game was declared a draw.
The decision to send in Chandimal ahead of Kausal
Silva, whose 152 on Thursday assured his place for
Lord s, suggested at a final opportunity to stake a claim
but neither he or Karunaratne managed to build an
Lahiru Thirimanne, Sri Lanka s Test vice-captain,
said afterwards that there were still some decisions to
make on the final XI, while indicating he would bat
in the middle order rather than return to opening. Nei-
ther Thirimanne, who also made a first-innings hundred,
or Silva were required to pad up again in the 31 overs
the tourists were afforded on the final afternoon, with
only Kumar Sangakkara hinting at fluency before holing
out short of a half-century.
There were a couple of encouraging firsts for
Northants, two months into a season that has repeatedly
given optimism a cold-water dunking. Keogh reached
three figures, the first Northamptonshire batsmen to
do so in first-class cricket in 2014; and Willey took
his first senior wicket since September, bowling with
encouraging pace and swing. He also clubbed 48,
including a couple of sixes, before impetuosity got the
better of him and he was stumped.
Sri Lanka had already expressed a preference for
batting again ahead of the Test series, despite Northants
starting the day well adrift of passing the follow-on
target of 408. The hosts were not quite as accommo-
NEW DELHI---Former India
captain Sourav Ganguly will
help in an ongoing probe into
allegations of spot-fixing in the
Indian Premier League.
Justice Mukul Mudgal, who is
heading the probe ordered by
India s Supreme Court, told the
Press Trust of India yesterday
that Ganguly had confirmed that
he was "coming on board."
Mudgal leads a three-member
team that is being assisted by
police officials as it probes the
role of suspended Board of Con-
trol for Cricket in India President
and ICC chairman designate
Narainswami Srinivasan and
other unnamed officials and play-
ers in last year s spot-fixing scam.
The panel, which found Srini-
vasan s son-in-law and Chennai
Super Kings official Gurunath
Meiyappan guilty of being in
touch with illegal bookmakers in
preliminary investigations, has
been asked to submit a detailed
report by August.
Sri Lanka buoyant
despite Keogh resistance
Ganguly to help probe IPL fixing claims
dating as they had been in the first half of the match,
however, with Keogh gluing together the lower order
and 119 runs coming for the loss of just two wickets
during the morning session.
Dilruwan bowled an extended spell, tossing the ball
up but extracting little turn, while Thirimanne rotated
his seamers. Welegedara s left-arm angle of attack
appeared to test Keogh the most but he watched the
ball well, picking up boundaries driving square of the
wicket, to pass fifty in first-class cricket for only the
Dhammika Prasad, whose last Test appearance came at
the start of 2013, took four wickets in Northampton.
Sri Lankans 558 for 8 dec
(Thirimanne 156, Silva 152,
Dilruwan 59) and 99 for 4
(Keogh 120, Levi 64)
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