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Position Type: Permanent
Company: Memorial Hermann
Fax Number: (713) 704-6192
Address: 6400 Fannin Suite 2550
Web Address: www.memorialhermann.org
Company Info: Memorial Hermann is the largest not-for-profit health system in Texas and serves the greater Houston community through 11 hospitals, a vast network of affiliated physicians and numerous specialty programs and services. Our lifesaving facilities include: Memorial Hermann–Texas Medical Center, the teaching hospital for The University of Texas Medical School at Houston and home to the nation’s busiest Level I trauma center; eight suburban hospitals; three premier Heart & Vascular Institutes; TIRR Memorial Hermann, one of the nation’s top rehabilitation and research hospitals; Children’s Memorial Hermann Hospital; the Memorial Hermann Sports Medicine Institute; the Mischer Neuroscience Institute; eight comprehensive Cancer Centers; 21 Imaging Centers; eight Breast Care Centers; 10 surgery centers; 25 sports medicine and rehabilitation centers; 19 diagnostic laboratories; and PaRC, a substance abuse treatment center. Memorial Hermann also operates the Life Flight® air ambulance program as well as the city’s only verified burn treatment center. Our new subsidiary MHealth offers administration of self-funded healthcare benefits, plus occupational medicine and wellness services in addition to new, cost-effective health insurance plans underwritten by UniCare Life & Health Insurance Company, providing employers and individuals a way to cut healthcare costs without cutting quality.
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Job Title: PILOT I
Location: Fannin Texas USA
Salary Range: Neg-Neg
Job Desc:
The Memorial Hermann Life Flight Pilot operates in accordance with 14 CFR Part 135 in Helicopter Air Ambulance operations during day, night, Night Vision Goggle (NVG), VFR, and IFR conditions. As the Pilot-in-Command of EC145 (BK117-C2) helicopters, the Life Flight Pilot maintains the highest level of safety, situational awareness, professionalism, and teamwork. The Life Flight program operates from numerous base locations throughout the Greater Houston area and responds to flight requests including scene calls & inter-facility transfers, including transfers involving Neonatal, Pediatric, IABP, and ECMO Transport teams.
Principle Accountabilities:

  • Maintains a standby readiness while on duty to ensure rapid response times in accordance with department policy. Operates emergency air ambulance transport service in accordance with Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), hospital, and department policies, regulations, and standards.
  • Performs all flight procedures, techniques, and skills necessary to effect the safe, efficient delivery of medical personnel to hospital or accident sites, and the transportation of acutely ill and/or critically traumatized patients to tertiary care facilities.
  • Performs non-medical refueling, test, public relations, and crew orientation flights as requested.
  • Maintains constant communications with Flight Operations Communication Center during flight mission; communicates as necessary with Emergency Services personnel, receiving hospital communications center, and air traffic controllers. Inspects all major mechanical, operational, and control systems, as well as all components, and reviews aircraft records to determine pre-flight condition and certify airworthiness.
  • Checks weather reports, fuel requirements, and log books prior to mission.
  • Completes all forms, records, charts, load manifest signatures, and Minimum Equipment Lists as required. Maintains current information on federal regulations, advisories, and procedures.
  • Prepares for semi-annual Federal Aviation tests and pilot training program as necessary.
  • Travels to satellite bases for flight relief duty as assigned.
  • Maintains clean aircraft and workplace.
  • Attends department and pilot meetings on a regular basis.
  • Adheres to all Memorial Hermann policies, procedures, and standards, within budgetary specifications, including time management, supply management, productivity, and accuracy of practice.
  • Promotes individual professional growth and development by meeting requirements for mandatory/continuing education, skills competency, supports department-based goals which contribute to the success of the organization; serves as preceptor, mentor, and resource to less experienced staff.
Requirements: Minimum Qualifications:

  • Commercial, Instrument, Helicopter License; second class FAA medical certificate.
  • 3,000 hours Pilot-in-Command of a turbine helicopter; 500 hours of cross-country flight time, 75 hours of instrument flight time in actual, or simulated instrument meteorological conditions, of which at least 50 hours are obtained in actual flight; at least 25 hours must be in helicopters.  Also required, at least 300 hours of night helicopter PIC experience.
  • Demonstrates commitment to the Partners-in-Caring process by integrating our culture in all internal and external customer interactions; delivers on our brand promise of “we advance health” through innovation, accountability, empowerment, collaboration, compassion and results while ensuring one Memorial Hermann.
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Benefits: Our excellent first-day benefits include medical/dental, life insurance, an employer-paid retirement plan, generous tuition reimbursement, many professional growth opportunities and much more.

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