At CemAir we believe that our staff is our greatest asset and welcome only the most dedicated and passionate individuals, striving continuously to achieve excellence, to join our team.
We embrace individuals whose values align with ours and who support the vision, mission and values of CemAir. We encourage our staff to develop themselves and offer extensive training opportunities on both a personal and professional level. The underlying principle is one of recruiting for attitude and training for skills.
We offer competitive remuneration and reward individual performance. Our staff prosper within a dynamic and supportive culture and our mutual commitment and dedication determines our collective success. Our low staff turnover is testament to a fulfilling environment.
CemAir seeks to recruit only motivated individuals whose conduct is characterized by honesty, integrity and accountability. Should you meet these requirements and those below, please forward your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please include as much detail about your experience as possible. CVs are accepted without prejudice and retained for a period of no longer than 60 days, so feel free to keep us updated with your most current details.
The minimum requirements for the following positions:
Experience and training requirements vary depending on the specific vacancy being applied for.
A pilot is required to be the holder of a South African Commercial Pilot’s license or higher, including an instrument rating. We require the minimum experience of 500 flying hours, of which no less than 200 should be as pilot in command. A multi-engine rating is required with at least 200 flying hours as well as a good knowledge of regulatory, technical and theoretical aspects of aviation which will be tested during the interview process.
To apply to be a pilot with CemAir, please forward your CV to email@example.com.
Operations post experience and training requirements vary depending on vacancies as and when they become available.
Aircraft Maintenance Engineers:
We require a South African AME license with an endorsement for Beech 1900 aircraft.