[Update] Seasonal UH-60 Fire/Powerline Copilots – California

UH-60 SIC/Co Pilot

PJ Helicopters Inc. •

Red Bluff, California, USA

Position Type:
Permanent

Jobs at PJ Helicopters Inc.

Job Description:
P.J. Helicopters is seeking a qualified SIC pilot for UH-60 Blackhawk for the 2019 fire season. This position will have opportunity to build firefighting and utility/powerline construction experience. This position is seasonal with potential to lead to full-time employment.

P.J. Helicopters Inc. is an industry-leading Utility Helicopter Operator. P.J. Helicopters is known for its state-of-the art helicopter external load capabilities and has established itself as an industry leader in safe and successful missions. We take great pride in hiring the most talented and professional pilots. We are currently hiring for full-time and seasonal positions in our northern California home base of Red Bluff, CA.

P.J. Helicopters offers full-time employees an excellent benefits package including: medical/dental insurance; 401(k) retirement plans with an employer profit share contribution; paid time off (PTO), Holiday Pay, and overtime or double-time pay when applicable.

Job Requirements:
Minimum Requirements:

  • 800 hrs helicopter time
  • 250 hrs in UH-60
  • UH-60 time is a requirement to be considered for this postion

Only accepting qualified applicants.

Salary Range:
Neg-Neg

Relocation:
Neg

Travel:
Some

Job Ident #:

Company Overview

PJ Helicopters Inc.

903 Langley Way
Red Bluff, California 96080 USA
www.pjhelicopters.com

PJ Helicopters is a family-owned world class precision helicopter lift service serving all industries nationwide since 1971. In the over 40 year history PJ Helicopters has maintained a flawless safety record with ultimate customer satisfaction. Our facility…

Benefits:
Employee Insurance, 401K Retirement Plans, Profit Sharing

Supported Manufacturers:
Bell, MD, Sikorsky, Schweizer, Beechcraft, Pilatus

Supported Models:
206B3, 206L3, MD 500D/E, MD 520N, MD 530F, Bell 407, Bell UH-1H 703 Plus, Bell 214B-1, Sikorsy UH-60

Source: JSfirm