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Full-time Utility Helicopter Pilot – Alaska

Position Type: Contractor
Company: Maritime Helicopters Inc.
Fax Number: (907) 235-7773
Address: 3520 FAA Road
Web Address: www.maritimehelicopters.com
Company Info: Maritime Helicopters operates 14 Bell 206 series and Bell 407 helicopters and two BO-105 aircraft on-demand across the entire State of Alaska, from our hangars in Homer, Kodiak, Fairbanks and Valdez. We also operate a versatile helipad-equipped Maritime Maid research vessel, for coastal water based support. Maritime Helicopters is an FAA-approved Part 145 Repair Station and Bell Authorized Customer Service Facility. Maintenance operations are conducted “year round” at our Homer, Kodiak and Fairbanks heated hangar facilities under both FAA Parts 135 and 145.
Supported Manufacturers: Bell Helicopter, Textron
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Job Title: Full-time
Location: Homer Alaska USA
Salary Range: Neg-Neg
Job Desc:

Maritime Helicopters (Homer, Alaska) is now accepting resumes for experienced full-time utility pilot. Position requires experience in either Bell 206B, 206L or 407 helicopters, with emphasis on precision long line skills. Applicants must possess a Helicopter Commercial/ Instrument Certificate with a minimum of 2000 hrs PIC helicopter and meet minimum OAS/AMD requirements, which includes 400 hours of experience flying in mountain/rough terrain (above 5000’ DA). 100 helicopter hours in the last 12 months. Must be willing to relocate in Alaska.  Alaska flying experience strongly desired.

Email resumes in Word format toinfo@maritimehelicopters.com. Only those applicants meeting the minimum requirements will be considered.
  • Remote operations experience
  • Arctic winter experience
  • Mountain experience
  • Previously OAS/AMD carded
  • Long line VTR
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Benefits: Medical, Dental, Vision, Life Insurance and 401K for full-time employees.

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