Closing Date: Friday 31 March 2017

Fixed Term

HNZ Group Inc, an International provider of helicopter transportation and related support services, has been awarded a multi-year contract to provide helicopter services to support ExxonMobil Canada and Encana Corporation’s activities offshore Nova Scotia, Canada.

HNZ is required to supply two S-92 helicopters for a term of 3 years beginning late in the second quarter of 2017.

Helicopter Pilots (Captains & First Officers) - Minimum Qualifications:

    • Valid & Unrestricted Transport Canada ATPL-H Licence;
    • Valid Group 4 Instrument Rating;
    • SK92 Endorsement;
    • SK92 Experience
    • Captains:
      • Minimum 3000 hrs helicopter total time
      • Minimum 1500 hrs helicopter command multi-engine / multi-crew
      • Minimum 2 years and 500 hrs on type
      • Minimum 200 hrs command on type

First Officers:

      • Minimum 2000 hrs helicopter total time
      • Minimum 1000 hrs helicopter command multi-engine / multi-crew
      • Minimum 1 years and 300 hrs on type

All positions require:

  • Previous East-Coast Canada Offshore Oil & Gas aviation experience - (Preferably Nova Scotia);
  • Nova Scotia residency;
  • Eligible for international travel (AME & Pilots);
  • Canadian Citizenship or ability to legally work in Canada;
  • Security screening and ability to obtain an HIAA RAIC pass;
  • Drug & Alcohol pre-employment and random testing throughout contract;
  • Good aviation safety record – No Incident or Accident;
  • Valid driver’s license;
  • Customer service orientated;
  • Positive attitude;
  • Have the ability to work within a group environment;
  • First Aid capable.

If you have any questions regarding the roles please contact Marie-Josee Vendette, Human Resources Director at

All interested candidates are invited to register and apply on HNZ’s Career Centre before March 31st, 2017.

HNZ is committed to a full and fair opportunity for Nova Scotians and all Canadians as well as employment equity and diversity that encourages applications from women, Aboriginal people, persons with disabilities and visible minorities.

Location: Canada, Halifax, Nova Scotia