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CFI/II – Florida

Tallahassee Helicopters, LLC: CFI/II
Tallahassee Helicopters, LLC
Tallahassee, Florida
United States

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Tallahassee Helicopters is looking for a full-time CFI/II who enjoys the challenge to further grow our establishment by providing the best possible helicopter pilot training and commercial flight services in the capital city of Florida. We offer excellent career advancement opportunities and above-average compensation.

Tallahassee Helicopters is a professional helicopter pilot academy and helicopter flight services company in Tallahassee, Florida operating Robinson R44 and R22 helicopters. Currently, most of our training and flight services are conducted with our Robinson R44 Raven II, beautifully equipped with a Garmin G500H glass cockpit with synthetic vision and geo-referenced approach plates, as well as the latest Garmin GTN 650 touchscreen GPS and the Garmin GMA 350H 3-D Audio Panel.

The successful candidate will be an energetic, enthusiastic, and mature individual who works well with others and on his/her own. He/she will focus on safety, has excellent verbal and written communication skills, excellent people skills, is self-sufficient, organized, holds a first or second class medical, and meets the following minimum pilot qualifications:

  • FAA Commercial Pilot Certificate with Rotorcraft-Helicopter and Instrument Helicopter Ratings
  • FAA Flight Instructor Certificate with Rotorcraft-Helicopter and Instrument Helicopter Ratings
  • SFAR 73 Endorsement to instruct on the R44
  • At least 500 hours in helicopters including at least 50 PIC hours in R44s and 100 hours dual given
  • RHC Safety Course completed within the past 5 years


  • provide basic and advanced (including instrument) helicopter flight and ground instruction
  • evaluate, communicate, and document training progress of students, objectively and subjectively, within the established curriculum
  • assist in the upkeep of current publications and training materials
  • assist with the recruitment of new students
  • conduct commercial flights including sightseeing tours, aerial photography, powerline and pipeline patrol, news gathering, and aerial banner towing
  • serve as a safety pilot
  • assist in our efforts to become a Part 141 flight school and to obtain a Part 135 certificate
  • perform office/administrative duties such as keeping student records, scheduling flights, answering phones, returning email correspondences, preparing/updating documents, reports, and spreadsheets, and cleaning office, aircraft, and hangar

If you are interested in joining a fun, casual, yet professional environment and if you meet the above qualifications and are interested in a challenging and rewarding career opportunity, please complete our online Job Application

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