Airline Pilot

North Africa

Purpose

We have an opportunity for an airline pilot to engage locals relationally through available employment and participate in a church planting team. These teams have a primary focus on intentionally sowing the Gospel, training new believers in evangelism, discipleship, and church formation, and raising up indigenous leaders who are faithfully fulfilling the Great Commission. The purpose of this position is to provide an opportunity to have a witness within a restricted context and have a visa that provides sustainability within the country.

 

Skills

Are you a follower of Christ who desires to share the gospel with others through relationship and discipleship? We are seeking a team and goal oriented individual, an active learner with the desire to engage cross-culturally. Enthusiastic, energetic, personable and friendly.

Pilots with experience with multi-engine, multi-crew, turboprop and/or jet aircraft, including business jets, with a MTWO of 10 tonnes or more. Hours flown and type of aircraft experience will be taken into consideration when assessing viable options. Commercial or Private Pilot license is a requirement. Proficiency in the English language. 

Support

Your local team will support you closely in day to day activities and will assist with cultural adaptation, setting up life in country and building relationships with local community members. There will be a small salary offered by our field partner, however some fundraising will be required to supplement other expenses related to being a global worker subject to policy guidelines. 

Our International Missions team will walk with you along the way – from application to deployment. Training, administrative support and mission coaching will be provided, along with assistance for promotional and fundraising efforts.

* This opportunity is offered in conjunction with our partner organization.

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