H145 HEMS Pilots – Alberta & Saskatchewan

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Pilot (1.0 FTE) – Base Pilot – Grande Prairie, Alberta

Pilot (1.0 FTE) – Base Pilot – Saskatoon, Saskatchewan

Is this challenge for you?

Reporting to the Aviation Base Manager, the STARS pilot is an integral member of the Aviation team.  The STARS pilot safely and effectively pilots STARS aircraft and is an active member of the STARS operational team.

Do you have what it takes?

You are a professional helicopter pilot who thrives in a highly engaging team-based environment with excellent communications and organizational skills.  Qualified applicants for this role have a minimum of 2000 hours of helicopter experience, 100 hours multi-engine and 100 hours night/IFR combined experience.  A helicopter Airline Transport Licence, a Group 4 Instrument and Helicopter Night Ratings are required. Qualification on Airbus H145 will be considered an asset.  The position requires the applicant to work a schedule of day and night shifts to make our 24/7/365 patient care mission possible. Please note, relocation expenses available.

What we offer!

We offer a competitive salary based on education and experience, as well as excellent organization-paid health and dental benefits, free parking and so much more.  More importantly you will be a key member of the STARS organization and a link in our ability to execute our mission of saving lives safely within the chain of survival.  As this position has been identified as safety sensitive, employment of the preferred candidate will be conditional upon successful completion of required pre-employment alcohol and drug assessment.

If you are the person we are looking for and would like to make a difference with your career, please make sure to apply to: [Removed after request from the company. /Admin]  by closing date: October 8, 2020

About us

We fight as innovators.  As boundary-pushers.   We fight as world leaders in emergency medical care. We fight because every life is worth it. When our first helicopter took flight in 1985, we radically changed the way critical care was delivered.  Our crews comprise of life-saving professionals that receive advanced training to save lives.  Every patient aboard a STARS helicopter is in the care of a crew who excels and is innovative in their roles.  Totally patient-centered, we’re finding ways to get to the people who need us, no matter where they are.  From improving our reach in rural areas to leveraging technology, we’re finding ways to bridge the gap and make the impossible, possible.  It means using advanced technology like night vision goggles that provide our pilots with increased situational awareness at night, which enhances safety and allows us to fly in more difficult terrain. It means equipping our teams to consistently ensure our fleet is reliable and safe so that patients receive the specialized care they need sooner.  At STARS, safety is of the utmost importance; and our aviation crew follows a set of strict operating rules and a rigorous aircraft maintenance schedule to ensure that safety is our primary focus.

STARS is a charitable, non-profit organization that flies over 3,000 missions each year providing time, hope and life-saving care for the critically ill and injured.  If you care about doing work that makes an impact in people’s lives, we want to hear from you.

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