Indigenous Relations: Employment and Education
We are committed to increasing the representation of qualified Indigenous employees at all levels in our workforce.
At Bailey Helicopters we value the positive long-term relationships we have with Indigenous communities and we are dedicated to participating in and supporting programs that benefit Indigenous students.
Indigenous Summer Student Program
Our Summer Student Program designates a summer student position for an Indigenous student. The program is five (5) weeks long (July-August) and applicants must be in high-school and able to commit to five (5) weeks of employment.
You will be responsible for washing and detailing aircraft, hanger and yard maintenance, organizing operational gear, baggage handling and job shadowing Aircraft Maintenance Engineers and Pilots.
Please send your resume with three (3) references to firstname.lastname@example.org
Deadline to apply: June 20, 2022
Northern Lights College AME Program
Northern Lights College offers its Aircraft Maintenance Engineering Program in the Aerospace Centre of Excellence, located on the Dawson Creek Campus. The program offers either a Basic Training (15 month program) or Type Training (Field Maintenance Courses for Specific Helicopter Airframes and Engines).
Bailey Helicopters welcomes Apprentice AME’s to submit resumes and the end of their school term, throughout the year.
Learn more about the Northern Lights College AME Program.
Bailey Helicopters Aircraft Maintenance Engineering Entrance Award
Value: One award of $5000 (tuition credit split across 4 semesters)
Donor: Bailey Helicopters
Description: This scholarship is sponsored by Bailey Helicopters Ltd to support an outstanding indigenous student in their Aircraft Maintenance Engineering education.
- Must be in the Aircraft Maintenance Engineering program Must be full-time
- Must be a Dawson Creek student
- Must be an Indigenous student
- Social Insurance Number must be provided
Application Instructions: To apply for this award, students must submit the following to a NLC Financial Aid Officer:
- Letter outlining educational and career goals
- A completed general award application form
- Letter outlining how application meets the award's criteria; the letter must indicate education and career goals.
- Locations: Dawson Creek
- Ethnicity: Indigenous
- Purpose: Scholarships
- Category: Foundation Entrance Award(T4A) Award Code FBHA1 Last updated 6/18/2020 5:25 AM
Bailey Helicopters hires low time pilots (100 hours) as ground crew. We have found this to be an excellent training program for new pilots to learn all facets of the helicopter industry from the ground up. Our ground crew pilots can work their way into a flying position by showing initiative, strong work ethic and having a fantastic attitude.