HOP! is the brand name of the regional flights operated by subsidiaries of Air France. Its flights are operated by Airlinair, Brit Airand Régional under the HOP! brand. The brand offers daily flights to 50 French and European destinations. Its head office is at Nantes Atlantique Airport.
Translated from Hop! Careers:
Technical Navigating Personnel – Pilot Officer – Man / Woman.
Pilot of the line, your mission: Airline pilot is a very demanding job that requires a real passion for flying, enthusiasm and commitment, as well as intellectual, psychological and physical skills. We require good practice of English.
First and foremost you’re responsible for passenger safety, the airline pilot is in charge of piloting, navigation, radio communications management and technical surveillance of the aircraft. The pilots are divided into two categories: Captain (CDB) and Pilot Officer of Line (OPL).
The Captain has authority over the entire crew and passengers. He / she makes all the necessary decisions, from the preparation to the closing of the flight. The captains top priority is to ensure the safety and security of the flight.
The Pilot Officer of the Line (or co-pilot) is second in the crew in the hierarchical order. The crew is always composed of a Captain and at least one Pilot Officer of Line.
You are already a pilot with a CS25 qualification or not and with significant experience. In the respect of the flight safety and the Quality of Service for the benefit of our customers, you make sure within the framework of your functions of Pilot Officer of the Line the realisation of all the flights of the company according to the regulation, the general procedures and procedures at HOP! As such, you are an important player in the “quality” program defined by the company: punctuality, regularity, service.
To hold a valid ATPL or CPL / IRME
Hold the theoretical ATPL issued by an ATO certified by one of the Member States of the European Union.
Have valid “class 1” medical fitness.
Conditions of nationality, which you can consult on the site http://www.developpement-durable.gouv.fr/-Pilotes-Navigants-.html to be able to express yourself fluently in the French language.
To be eligible for selection, you must: hold a satisfactory certificate of follow-up to a Crewing Training (CMC) Level 4 or higher on the Language Proficiency Scale: FCL 055 / 055D currently valid.
Applications are online.