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Seasonal Fire Pilot – Colorado

Position Type:Contractor
Company:Trans Aero Helicopters
Fax Number:(970) 667-1995
Address:5235 Gulfstream Court
Web Address:www.transaeroheli.com
Company Info:We provide helicopter services for seismic oil and gas exploration, fire fighting and general utility services throughout the US.
Supported Manufacturers:Eurocopter and Bell
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Job Title:Seasonal Fire Pilot
Location:Loveland Colorado USA
Salary Range:Neg-Neg
Job Desc:
Trans Aero Helicopters is looking for pilots with AS350, Bell 212, and UH-1 experience for firefighting operations in the coming 2016 fire season. These positions are seasonal and you must be carded or at least meet the USFS minimum requirements for carding.
These are excellent paying positions, but do not include benefits.
Please review the requirements below before responding.
 All applicants must have at least the following:
2,000 hrs total time.
500 hrs turbine
100 hrs total in type, AS350, Bell 212, UH-1
10 hrs in type, AS350, Bell 212, UH-1 in the last 12 months
100 hrs high altitude, above 8,000 ft
Minimum of five hours of longline training
Firefighting applicants must have been USFS/OAS/DOI carded or meet the USFS minimum requirements for carding.
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Benefits:For full time employees, Vacation, Health, Dental, Eye paid by the company for the employee. We also offer a 401k. As an EOE/AA employer, all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, protected veteran status or status as an individual with a disability. In compliance with the ADA Amendments Act (ADAAA), if you have a disability and would like to request an accommodation in order to apply for a position with Trans Aero LTD, please call 307-778-5777 or email employment@transaeroheli.com.

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