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Aspiring Pilots - Flight Line Program

Perimeter Aviation LP

Aspiring Pilots - Flight Line Program

Perimeter

Pilot Job Details
Requirements Aspiring Pilots: Flight Line Program

Aspiring pilots hoping to fly for Perimeter Aviation can anticipate working in ground-based positions anywhere from one (1) to two (2) years prior to advancing to flight-line (flying Perimeter aircraft). This period allows us to evaluate the potential Pilot's work ethic, on-time performance, professionalism, job performance, and attitude prior to advancing. The candidate also has the opportunity to learn about how the company operates internally, making the future transition to flight-line much easier for all involved.

Our goal is to motivate pilots to prove they have the appropriate mix of qualifications, performance, professionalism and attitude to join our flight-line team.


If you are an aspiring pilot and possess the following, we encourage you to apply today!

*200 hour minimum total flight time
*Valid Canadian Commercial Pilot's License (CPL)
*Current and valid Canadian Group One (1) Instrument Rating (Multi IFR)
*Current and valid Canadian Category One (1) Medical
Restrictions * Must hold Canadian Professional Pilot Licence / Medical.
* Must be legally entitled to live and work in Canada.
Notes Employment Equity

At Perimeter Aviation, we value the background, experience, perspective, and talents of each individual. We strive to create a workforce that reflects the diverse labour force and population of Canada. Employment Equity is a factor in selection. Applicants are requested to indicate in their covering letter or resume if they are from any of the following groups: women, Aboriginal people, members of visible minorities, and persons with disabilities.

Employment Equity Designations and Definitions*

- Designated Groups includes: women, Aboriginal peoples, persons with disabilities, and members of visible minorities.
- Aboriginal Peoples: persons who are Indian, Inuit or Metis peoples of Canada.
- Registered Indian is a person recorded as an (North American) Indian on the Indian Register. Usually a member of a First Nation Band. This includes persons who recovered their status under Bill C-31.
- Treaty Indian is a member of a First Nation Band which was a signatory to a Treaty with the Government of Canada.
- Non-Treaty Indian is a person who is registered as an Indian on the General List, or as a member of a First Nation that is not signatory to a Treaty.
- Status Indian is a person of Indian or Aboriginal ancestry who is registered as an Indian for the purposes of the Indian Act.
- Non-Status Indian is a person of Indian ancestry who is not registered as an Indian.
- Metis is a person of mixed Aboriginal and European ancestry who is a descendant of the early settlers of Canada.
- Inuit is a person of Aboriginal decent in Northern Canada who generally reside in the Yukon, Northwest Territories, Nunavut, Northern Quebec and Labrador.

Persons with Disabilities – have a long-term or recurring physical, mental, sensory, psychiatric or learning impairment and:
- Consider themselves to be disadvantaged in employment by reason of that impairment, or
- Believe that an employer or potential employer is likely to consider them to be disadvantaged in employment by reason of that impairment, and includes persons whose functional limitations owing to their impairment have been accommodated in their current job or workspace.
- Members of Visible Minorities – means persons, other than Aboriginal peoples, who are non-caucasian in race, or non-white in colour.

*Definitions provided by the Employment Equity Act - S3 Definitions


Why Self Declare?

It’s important to self-declare because Perimeter Aviation LP strives to create a workforce that reflects the diverse labour force and population of Canada. Historically, women, Aboriginal peoples, persons with disabilities and members of visible minorities faced barriers in the workplace.

Our intention is to ensure that members of these four groups are given the opportunity to participate equitably in employment and career advancement opportunities consistent with their abilities, qualifications and aspirations.

In order to measure our progress and deliver effective equity and diversity programs, it is critical that we maintain accurate information about our workforce and prospective candidates.
Perimeter Aviation LP strongly encourages you to self-declare within your online application today!
How to Apply Online Application - see below
Contact Human Resources

Perimeter Aviation LP
626 Ferry Road
Winnipeg International Airport
Winnipeg, MB
R3H 0T7
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