HEMS Assistant Chief Pilot – Washington

Rotor Wing Assistant Chief Pilot — Port Angeles, WA

JOB SUMMARY:

The Assistant Chief Pilot is responsible for ensuring all Life Flight Network (LFN) aviation activities are in compliance with Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) regulations as well as maintaining Life Flight Networks operations manual and specifications. The Assistant Chief Pilot is the liaison between the Chief Pilot and the line pilots for federal regulation compliance and all aviation technical matters. The Assistant Chief Pilot is responsible for the day to day management, scheduling and training of all pilots assigned in their region. This position will be responsible for our Coupeville, Port Angeles, Kelso Washington, & Astoria Oregon bases.

QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Meets the requirements of FAR part 119.71 and part 135 to hold the Chief Pilot position on an FAA Air Carrier Certificate
  • Requires one year of management experience in a hospital EMS transport service or equivalent management experience
  • Three years of experience as a part 135 pilot in command at a Helicopter Emergency Medical Service (HEMS) program
  • SPIFR experience strongly preferred
  • 3000 hours of rotor wing experience as pilot in command. 2000 hours of turbine engine time. 100 hours of unaided night-time experience, 100 hours of actual instrument time
  • 100 hours of Night Vision Goggle experience
  • Maintains credentials to be a Check Airman
  • Current Certified Flight Instructor certification (CFI) preferred
  • Airline Transport Pilot certification (ATP) preferred
  • Bachelor’s degree in Aviation Management or a related filed or equivalent combination of education and experience required
  • Proficient in Microsoft Office Suite
  • Excellent verbal and written communication, with the ability to communicate effectively with all levels of an organization
  • Able to take initiative to create, implement and improve procedures and programs
  • Travel by personal or company vehicle throughout LFN’s service area is required. Must possess a valid driver’s license and automobile in good repair. Must provide proof of auto insurance and meet Drivers Policy requirements

GENERAL ACCOUNTABILITIES AND ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: 

  • Maintains FAA required employee records, ensuring employees with certifying authority have the appropriate license or authority.
  • Schedules and ensures all pilots maintain currency and proficiency in aircraft assigned to LFN’s Air Carrier Certificate.
  • Day to day supervision of pilots.
  • Ensures pilots are familiar with and have access to all FAA requirements.
  • Ensures availability of materials, tools, equipment and technical publications.
  • Develops methods of monitoring and improving productivity.
  • Design, facilitate and train pilots on policies and procedures and ensures all pilots complete required training.
  • Develops the pilot and crewmember training manuals/programs and aircraft checklists.
  • Provides supervision to company pilots concerning regulatory issues.

Source: Careers | Life Flight Network

 

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Rotor Wing Assistant Chief Pilot
Life Flight Network – Port Angeles, WA
$110,000 – $130,000 a year

THERE. WHEN YOU NEED US. ®

As a leading non-for-profit air medical program, Life Flight Network sets the industry bar for excellence by perpetually evolving both in the air and on the ground. Being a part of our team means leading a career of compassion, excellence, pride, and meaning. We are dedicated, skillful professionals who thrive in a fast-paced, collaborative environment. Our people are the best and the brightest. Second to none.

Are you inspired?

We are recruiting for an Assistant Chief Pilot to over see our bases located in Coupeville, Port Angeles, Kelso Washington, and Astoria Oregon.

JOB SUMMARY:

The Assistant Chief Pilot is responsible for ensuring all Life Flight Network (LFN) aviation activities are in compliance with Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) regulations as well as maintaining Life Flight Networks operations manual and specifications. The Assistant Chief Pilot is the liaison between the Chief Pilot and the line pilots for federal regulation compliance and all aviation technical matters. The Assistant Chief Pilot is responsible for the day to day management, scheduling and training of all pilots assigned in their region.

QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Meets the requirements of FAR part 119.71 and part 135 to hold the Chief Pilot position on an FAA Air Carrier Certificate.
  • Requires one year of management experience in a hospital EMS transport service or equivalent management experience.
  • Three years of experience as a part 135 pilot in command at a Helicopter Emergency Medical Service (HEMS) program.
  • 3000 hours of rotor wing experience as pilot in command. 2000 hours of turbine engine time. 100 hours of unaided night-time experience, 100 hours of actual instrument time.
  • 100 hours of Night Vision Goggle experience.
  • Maintains credentials to be a Check Airman.
  • Current Certified Flight Instructor certification (CFI) preferred
  • Airline Transport Pilot certification (ATP) preferred.
  • Bachelor’s degree in Aviation Management or a related filed or equivalent combination of education and experience required.
  • Proficient in Microsoft Office Suite.
  • Excellent verbal and written communication, with the ability to communicate effectively with all levels of an organization.
  • Able to take initiative to create, implement and improve procedures and programs
  • Travel by personal or company vehicle throughout LFN’s service area is required. Must possess a valid driver’s license and automobile in good repair. Must provide proof of auto insurance and meet Drivers Policy requirements

GENERAL ACCOUNTABILITIES AND ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS

  • Maintains FAA required employee records, ensuring employees with certifying authority have the appropriate license or authority.
  • Schedules and ensures all pilots maintain currency and proficiency in aircraft assigned to LFN’s Air Carrier Certificate.
  • Day to day supervision of pilots.
  • Ensures pilots are familiar with and have access to all FAA requirements.
  • Ensures availability of materials, tools, equipment and technical publications.
  • Develops methods of monitoring and improving productivity.
  • Design, facilitate and train pilots on policies and procedures and ensures all pilots complete required training.
  • Develops the pilot and crewmember training manuals/programs and aircraft checklists.
  • Provides supervision to company pilots concerning regulatory issues.

All Rotor Wing Assistant Chief Pilot candidates are subject to drug screening and background investigation.

Rotor Wing Assistant Chief Pilot – Benefits:

  • LFN offers competitive compensation above industry standard
  • Medical (Company pays for employee 100%)
  • Dental (Company pays for employee 100%)
  • Vision (Company pays for employee 100%)
  • Life/AD&D (Company pays for employee 100%)
  • Short & long term disability (Company pays for employee 100%)
  • Long term care, flexible spending (Company pays for employee 100%)
  • 401k – with 100% vested employer contribution
  • Tenure bonuses
  • Adoption assistance
  • Paid parental time off
  • Pet insurance
  • Bereavement leave (including pets)
  • Tuition/Training reimbursement
  • Paid volunteer time
  • Employee Recognition Awards
  • A generous paid time off plan starting at almost 4 weeks a year
  • Wellness Reimbursement Program
  • Life Flight Network Membership
  • Dog friendly work environment

Life Flight Network is an equal opportunity employer.

Apply online at www.lifeflight.org

Job Type: Full-time

Salary: $110,000.00 to $130,000.00 /year

Experience:

  • relevant: 3 years (Required)

Work Location:

  • Multiple locations

Benefits:

  • Health insurance
  • Dental insurance
  • Vision insurance
  • Retirement plan
  • Paid time off
  • Parental leave
  • Professional development assistance

This Job Is Ideal for Someone Who Is:

  • Dependable — more reliable than spontaneous
  • High stress tolerance — thrives in a high-pressure environment
  • Autonomous/Independent — enjoys working with little direction

This Company Describes Its Culture as:

  • Stable — traditional, stable, strong processes
  • People-oriented — supportive and fairness-focused
  • Team-oriented — cooperative and collaborative

Source: Indeed