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[Update] Pilot Rotor Wing VFR Program Bell 407 – Texas

Air Methods Corporation
United States

Job Location:

Rotor Wing Pilot in Command Air Methods VFR Program
Job Description: 

Only qualified candidates can be considered for this position.

VFR Helicopter EMS Operations in
  • Commercial & Instrument License in category (rotor wing).
  • ATP rating in category preferred.
  • Medical Certificate – Class I or II per contract requirements.
  • 24 months recency of flight experience is preferred.
  • Proficient in VFR programs.
  • Night cross country and off airport/confined area landing experience is strongly preferred.
  • College degree from an accredited institution is preferred.
  • Excellent interpersonal skills.
  • Ability to work respectfully and collaboratively with others.
  • Desire to be part of a team.
  • Must live within the geographical location of the base (i.e., an approximate driving time of one hour - subject to customer approval).
  • Ability to conduct activities requiring lifting, carrying, pushing or pulling on a frequent basis up to 80 pounds.
  • Assisting with lifting of patients may be expected.
  • Weight limit per program policy (if applicable).
  • Valid driver's license required
Flight Hour Requirements (all in category - \"rotor wing\"):
  • 2000 hours total time.
  • 1000 rotor wing PIC hours.
  • 50 hours actual or hood instrument time.
  • 500 rotor wing turbine hours.
  • 100 rotor wing unaided night hours.
These requirements are considered minimum experience levels and do not guarantee a candidate will be considered for employment. Each candidate’s resume will be reviewed to determine if the candidate possesses the appropriate experience level before being considered for employment with Air Methods.
A training contract will be required.

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