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EMS Pilot VFR/IFR – California

Position Type: Permanent
Company: CALSTAR
Fax Number: ()
Address: 4933 Bailey Loop
McClellan
California
95652
USA
Web Address: www.calstar.org
Company Info: California Shock Trauma Air Rescue (CALSTAR) is a nonprofit regional air ambulance service. Our mission is to save lives, reduce disability and speed recovery for victims of trauma and illness.
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Job Title: EMS Pilot VFR/IFR
Location: South Lake Tahoe California USA
Salary Range: Neg-Neg
Job Desc:
POSITION SUMMARY

CALSTAR EMS Pilots perform the duties of pilot-in-command as defined Federal Aviation Regulations and are directly responsible for the safe and efficient conduct of each flight assigned to him/her. The position of EMS Pilot reports to the Lead Pilot or as advised, to the Chief Pilot.

ESSENTIAL JOB DUTIES – Permanent Base /Regional Assignment

A. Performs all duties and responsibilities of EMS Pilot as outlined in the CALSTAR General Operations Manual
B. Performs all administrative or other duties per CALSTAR policies, procedures, or as assigned by the Lead Pilot.

Requirements:
Helicopter qualifications

Basic: In order to be considered for the position of CALSTAR EMS Pilot assigned to a helicopter base, a person must possess the following same aviation qualifications and experience.

Assigned to a VFR Base:

FAA Commercial Pilot Certificate - Rotorcraft-Helicopter
Instrument Rating - Helicopter
3,000 hours total helicopter flight time as PIC
1,500 hours turbine helicopter time
150 hours Unaided Night
Preferred Experience: Civilian EMS, Mountain Flying, Night Vision Goggle, and Multi-Engine Helicopter.

Assigned to a IFR Base:

All qualifications above, and:
FAA Airline Transport Pilot Certificate – Rotorcraft – Helicopter*
100 hours of actual or simulated instrument time in helicopters
*ALL CALSTAR IFR Captains must obtain their Airline Transport Pilot – Helicopter certificate within 12 months of assignment as an IFR Captain. This requirement may be extended, for up to six (6) months by the Director of Flight Operations or Chief Pilot due to non-availability of aircraft, FAA representative, or other circumstances beyond the pilot’s control.

CALSTAR offers a dynamic work environment, Relocation Assistance, Medical, Dental and Vision, Profit Sharing Plan, Long Term &Short Term Disability, Life Insurance, and Education Assistance. CALSTAR is an EOE

Full job description and application online at: www.calstar.org

Travel: Some
Relocation: Yes
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Benefits: Relocation, Comprehensive Health Plans, Life/Disability, Retirement Plans

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