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(AMRG) AS350 HEMS Pilot – North Dakota

AS350 PIC

Air Medical Resource Group
Devils Lake, ND
United States

385-722-9316

Category
Pilots

Employment Type
Employee

Minimum Flight Hours Required

Job Description

Company Description

Air Medical Resource Group (AMRG) is a leading provider of air medical services, management, and experience in the air medical industry, caring for and transporting patients in rural area hospitals to large tertiary care facilities in metropolitan areas. We utilize the most advanced equipment, quality aircraft, and most importantly, trained and experienced staff to accomplish our mission of saving lives and caring for the communities we serve.

Job Description

We are dedicated to offering our employees a safe, challenging, professional and team-oriented working environment. We offer competitive salary, commutable schedule, relocation assistance, paid vacation, holiday pay, a 401(k) plan, off-duty housing, as well as medical/dental insurance for the employee and immediate family.

Job Requirements

Qualifications

  • Current FAA Commercial Rotorcraft Certificate
  • Instrument Rating Rotorcraft
  • Current FAA Class II Medical Certificate
  • 2,000 total helicopter flight hours
  • 1,000 PIC in helicopters
  • 1,000 turbine flight hours
  • 100 hours of night time

Preferred Qualifications

  • EMS, NVG and AS350 experience

Additional Information

Find out more by visiting www.amrg.com

Employer Contact Information

Air Medical Resource Group Jennifer Tate

Air Medical Resource Group

Jennifer
Tate

10888 South 300 West

South Jordan
UT
84095

United States

https://careers.smartrecruiters.com/airmedicalresourcegroup

385-722-9316

Air Medical Resource Group (AMRG) is a leading provider of air medical services, management, and experience in the air medical industry, caring for and transporting patients in rural area hospitals to large tertiary care facilities in metropolitan areas. We utilize the most advanced equipment, quality aircraft, and most importantly, trained and experienced staff to accomplish our mission of saving lives and caring for the communities we serve.

Source: Just Helicopters

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16Feb/18Off

(MedTrans) EC135 SPIFR HEMS Pilot – North Carolina

Helicopter Air Ambulance Pilot SPIFR- Fayetteville, NC

Med-Trans Corporation •

Fayetteville, North Carolina, USA

Position Type:
Permanent

Jobs at Med-Trans Corporation

Job Description:

If
your passion is flying and you want to work in an environment

 

Where
every second counts, contact us today!

Fayetteville, North Carolina

  • EC-135
  • $5,000 additional pay per year
  • Pilot Apartment
  • SPIFR

You
Can Make a Difference

Join a team of highly skilled pilots, emergency medical experts, and mechanics whose
mission is to save lives.

Med-Trans provides air medical services through the rapid transport of the critically ill and injured. Med-Trans, renowned for its state-of-the art helicopter equipment, has established itself as an industry leader in safe and successful missions. We take great pride in hiring the most talented pilots available in the industry today!

Med-Trans Corporation offers competitive salaries and an excellent benefits package: medical, dental, & vision coverage; life insurance; a 401(k) retirement
plan with a company match; paid time off and holiday pay.

Med-Trans
also provides employees 100% company-paid:

· Life Insurance

·
Short-term disability

·
Long-term disability insurance

Job Requirements:

Minimum Qualifications:

  • Current FAA
    Commercial Certificate with Rotorcraft
  • Helicopter
    Instrument Rating
  • Current FAA
    Class II Medical Certificate
  • 2,000 total
    Helicopter Flight Hours
  • 1,000 total
    Helicopter PIC Hours
  • 1,000 total Turbine Hours
  • 200 Helicopter
    Night Flight Hours (Aided and/or Unaided)
  • 200 Hours IFR experience

Visit
www.med-trans.net for all Med-Trans career opportunities

Med-Trans Corporation
is an affirmative action/equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, religion, color, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, age, status as a protected veteran, among
other things, or status as a qualified individual with disability.

Salary Range:
Neg-Neg

Relocation:

Travel:

Job Ident #:

Company Overview

Med-Trans Corporation

2200 Westcourt Rd
Denton, Texas 76207 USA
www.med-trans.net

Med-Trans is a nation-wide provider of helicopter air transportation services for the critically ill and injured

Benefits:
Three medical plans Dental & Vision plans
Paid Time Off
Overtime
401k with 50% company match after meeting requirements
100% company paid short and long term disability insurance

Source: JSfirm

Filed under: HEMS USA Comments Off
16Feb/18Off

(MedTrans) B407 VFR HEMS Pilot – Texas

Helicopter Air Ambulance Pilot- Seminole, TX

Med-Trans Corporation •

Seminole, Texas, USA

Position Type:
Permanent

Jobs at Med-Trans Corporation

Job Description:
If your passion is flying and you want to work in an environment
Where every second counts, contact us today!

You Can Make a Difference


Join a team of highly skilled pilots, emergency medical experts, and mechanics whose mission is to save lives.

  • Pilot Apartment
  • $12,500 Additional Pay
  • Bell 407
  • VFR

Med-Trans provides air medical services through the rapid transport of the critically ill and injured. Med-Trans, renowned for its state-of-the art helicopter equipment, has established itself as an industry leader in safe and successful missions. We take great pride in hiring the most talented pilots available in the industry today!

Med-Trans Corporation offers competitive salaries and an excellent benefits package: medical, dental, & vision coverage; life insurance; a 401(k) retirement plan with a company match; paid time off and holiday pay.

Med-Trans also provides employees 100% company-paid:

  • Life insurance
  • Short-term disability
  • Long-term disability insurance

Job Requirements:
Minimum Qualifications:

  • Current FAA Commercial Certificate with Rotorcraft
  • Helicopter Instrument Rating
  • Current FAA Class II Medical Certificate
  • Prefer Bell 407 or EC-135 experience
  • 2,000 total Helicopter Flight Hours
  • 1,000 total Helicopter PIC Hours
  • 1,000 total Turbine Hours
  • 200 Helicopter Night Flight Hours (Aided and/or Unaided)
  • 50 Hours Actual Weather or Simulated Weather Flight Hours
  • Helicopter Flight Currency a Must!

Visit www.med-trans.net for all Med-Trans career opportunities

Job Requirements
The Pilot is responsible for the safe and expeditious transport of medical personnel and patients, complying with established procedures. While on duty, he or she is responsible for ensuring that all Med-Trans policies and directives, FAA, State and local regulations are complied with.
All Med-Trans aircraft are operated single pilot in a highly dynamic environment during operations both day and night. Pilots are expected to be ready to evaluate any mission request immediately upon notification.

Candidates should assess their ability to operate an advanced aircraft in single pilot environment before applying for a pilot position.

Med-Trans has an opening for a Helicopter Air Ambulance pilot in Seminole, TX. This position is a 7 on and 7 off. Alternating 7- 12 hour day shifts and 7- 12 hour night shifts with 7 days off in between.

Med-Trans Corporation is an affirmative action/equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, religion, color, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, age, status as a protected veteran, among other things, or status as a qualified individual with disability.

Salary Range:
Neg-Neg

Relocation:

Travel:

Job Ident #:

Company Overview

Med-Trans Corporation

2200 Westcourt Rd
Denton, Texas 76207 USA
www.med-trans.net

Med-Trans is a nation-wide provider of helicopter air transportation services for the critically ill and injured

Benefits:
Three medical plans Dental & Vision plans
Paid Time Off
Overtime
401k with 50% company match after meeting requirements
100% company paid short and long term disability insurance

Source: JSfirm

Filed under: HEMS USA Comments Off
16Feb/18Off

(Metro) HEMS Pilot – Alabama

Helicopter Air Ambulance Pilot (AS 350) Dothan, AL

Metro Aviation, Inc. •

Dothan, Alabama, USA

Position Type:
Permanent

Jobs at Metro Aviation, Inc.

Job Description:

Metro Aviation is seeking Helicopter Air Ambulance Pilot (PIC, VFR) for our base in Dothan, AL. We are driven by a safety culture and demonstrate that commitment to safety by providing our pilots with industry-leading training and modern, well equipped aircraft. We are seeking aviation professionals that share our passion for safety and excellence in operations.
This position is a full-time career opportunity, with a 7 shift on / 7 day off work schedule.

Job Requirements:

•Total Flight Time = 2,000 hours
•Total Pilot-In-Command = 1,000 hours PIC Rotorcraft.
•Cross Country Flight Time= 500 hours
•Night Flight Time= 100 hours, including 50 hours night unaided
•Instrument Flight Time= 75 hours (50 in flight).
•Turbine Helicopter = 500 hours

Qualifications
FAA Commercial Pilot Rotorcraft Certificate and Instrument Helicopter Rating (Airline Transport Pilot Rotorcraft Preferred)
•FAA 2nd Class Medical (1st Class required as some locations)
Rotor Wing Desired Experience
•Air Medical operations
•Single Pilot IFR operations
•Night Vision Goggle operations

Other Requirements
•Some locations require a maximum flight-ready weight of 230 lbs.
•Most locations require residency within a prescribed distance from the assigned base.

Physical Requirements:
Requires activities requiring a moderate amount of standing, sitting and walking.
Able to conduct activities requiring a moderate to rigorous amount of static pushing, pulling, reaching and lifting.
Capable of lifting 75 lbs floor to bench height.
Ability to hear routine aircraft noises.
Maintains a “duty” weight (body weight + uniform/equipment – helmet not included) for Rotor Wing (Helicopter) operations.
Must be able to wear a commercially available respirator mask with proper fit when requested.
Requires close and distant visual capability (Class 2 Aviation Medical).
Periodic hands to key ability (typing).

Salary Range:
Neg-Neg

Relocation:

Travel:

Job Ident #:
DOT

Company Overview

Metro Aviation, Inc.

P.O. Box 7008
Shreveport, Louisiana 71137 USA
www.metroaviation.com/

Few companies can provide the many services, dedication, stability and excellence that Metro Aviation offers when it comes to owning and operating aircraft. Metro Aviation currently operates more than 100 aircraft for more than 30 programs in 18 states...

Benefits:
Metro Aviation offers an exceptional benefit package inclusive of: 100% Company paid Medical/Dental premiums, Vision, Prescription Drug Plan, Basic Life & AD&D and Short Term Disability. A sick time allotment and vacation allotment is also given. 7 Paid holidays, an Employee Development program and a company sponsored 401K with a 75% match on up to 5% of an employee’s gross salary.

Supported Manufacturers:
Bell, Airbus, MD, Pilatus, Beechcraft, Cessna Citation.

Supported Models:
B407GX, EC130B4, AS350B2, AS350B3, B0105, BK117B1, BK117B2, BK117C1, BK117C2, EC135 Series, PC12-45, PC12-47, BE90, B200, C560.

Source: JSfirm

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16Feb/18Off

(AMRG) AS350 HEMS Pilot – Minnesota

AS350 PIC

AMRG •

Roseau, Minnesota, USA

Position Type:
Permanent

Jobs at AMRG

Job Description:
Company Description

Air Medical Resource Group (AMRG) is a leading provider of air medical services, management, and experience in the air medical industry, caring for and transporting patients in rural area hospitals to large tertiary care facilities in metropolitan areas. We utilize the most advanced equipment, quality aircraft, and most importantly, trained and experienced staff to accomplish our mission of saving lives and caring for the communities we serve.

Job Description

We are dedicated to offering our employees a safe, challenging, professional and team-oriented working environment. We offer competitive salary, commutable schedule, relocation assistance, paid vacation, holiday pay, a 401(k) plan, off-duty housing, as well as medical/dental insurance for the employee and immediate family.

Job Requirements:
Qualifications

  • Current FAA Commercial Rotorcraft Certificate
  • Instrument Rating Rotorcraft
  • Current FAA Class II Medical Certificate
  • 2,000 total helicopters flight hours
  • 1,000 PIC in helicopters
  • 1,000 turbine flight hours
  • 100 hours Night un-aided

Preferred Qualifications

  • EMS, NVG and AS350 experience

Additional Information

For more information, visit www.amrg.com

Salary Range:
Neg-Neg

Relocation:

Travel:

Job Ident #:

Company Overview

AMRG

10888 South 300 West
South Jordan, Utah 84095 USA

Air Ambulance

Benefits:
Medical, Dental, Life Insurance, 401(k), disability

Supported Manufacturers:
Airbus, Beechcraft, Pilatus

Supported Models:
AS350, King Air, PC-12

Source: JSfirm

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16Feb/18Off

(AMRG) AS350 HEMS Pilot – North Dakota

AS350 PIC

AMRG •

Devils Lake, North Dakota, USA

Position Type:
Permanent

Jobs at AMRG

Job Description:
Company Description

Air Medical Resource Group (AMRG) is a leading provider of air medical services, management, and experience in the air medical industry, caring for and transporting patients in rural area hospitals to large tertiary care facilities in metropolitan areas. We utilize the most advanced equipment, quality aircraft, and most importantly, trained and experienced staff to accomplish our mission of saving lives and caring for the communities we serve.

Job Description

We are dedicated to offering our employees a safe, challenging, professional and team-oriented working environment. We offer competitive salary, commutable schedule, relocation assistance, paid vacation, holiday pay, a 401(k) plan, off-duty housing, as well as medical/dental insurance for the employee and immediate family.

Job Requirements:
Qualifications

  • Current FAA Commercial Rotorcraft Certificate
  • Instrument Rating Rotorcraft
  • Current FAA Class II Medical Certificate
  • 2,000 total helicopter flight hours
  • 1,000 PIC in helicopters
  • 1,000 turbine flight hours
  • 100 hours of night time

Preferred Qualifications

  • EMS, NVG and AS350 experience

Additional Information

Find out more by visiting www.amrg.com

Salary Range:
Neg-Neg

Relocation:

Travel:

Job Ident #:

Company Overview

AMRG

10888 South 300 West
South Jordan, Utah 84095 USA

Air Ambulance

Benefits:
Medical, Dental, Life Insurance, 401(k), disability

Supported Manufacturers:
Airbus, Beechcraft, Pilatus

Supported Models:
AS350, King Air, PC-12

Source: JSfirm

Filed under: HEMS USA Comments Off
15Feb/18Off

(MedTrans) B407 HEMS Pilot – Florida

Air Ambulance Pilot- Panama City, FL

Med-Trans
Panama City, FL 32417
United States

720-633-5532

Category
Pilots

Manages Others
No

Experience Required
Yes

Degree Required
No

Security Clearance Required
No

Employment Type
Employee

Work Schedule
Full-Time

Travel
No Travel

Minimum Certification Required
Commercial Pilot With Instrument

Minimum Flight Hours Required

Job Description

If your passion is saving lives and you want to work in an environment where every second counts, contact us today!

Panama City, FL

  • VFR
  • Bell 407

You Can Make a Difference

Join a team of highly skilled emergency medical experts, pilots and mechanics whose mission is to save lives.

Med-Trans provides air medical services through the rapid transport of the critically ill and injured. Med-Trans, renowned for its state-of-the art helicopter equipment, has established itself as an industry leader in safe and successful missions. We take great pride in hiring the most talented pilots available in the industry today!

Med-Trans Corp. offers competitive salaries and an excellent benefits package: medical, dental,& vision coverage; life insurance; a 401(k) retirement plan with a company match; paid time off and holiday pay.

Med-Trans also provides employees 100% company-paid:

· Life insurance which covers the employees while in flight

· Short-term disability

· Long-term disability insurance

Minimum Qualifications:

  • Current FAA Commercial Certificate with Rotorcraft
  • Helicopter Instrument Rating
  • Current FAA Class II Medical Certificate
  • Prefer Bell 407 or EC-135 experience
  • 2,000 total Helicopter Flight Hours
  • 1,000 total Helicopter PIC Hours
  • 1,000 total Turbine Hours
  • 200 Helicopter Night Flight Hours (Aided and/or Unaided)
  • 50 Hours Actual Weather or Simulated Weather Flight Hours
  • Helicopter Flight Currency a Must!
  • 200 hours mountain experience

visit www.med-trans.net for all Med-Trans career opportunities

Job Requirements

The Pilot is responsible for the safe and expeditious transport of medical personnel and patients, complying with established procedures. While on duty, he or she is responsible for ensuring that all Med-Trans policies and directives, FAA, State and local
regulations are complied with.

All Med-Trans aircraft are operated single pilot in a highly dynamic environment during operations both day and night. Pilots are expected to be ready to evaluate any mission request immediately upon notification. Our medical teams are extensively trained to act
as productive crewmembers in the flight setting and are an integral part of the success of every mission.

Candidates should assess their ability to operate an advanced aircraft in single pilot environment before applying for a pilot position.

Med-Trans has an opening for a Helicopter Air Ambulance pilot in the Panhandle of Florida (exact location will be announced soon). This position is a 7 on and 7 off. Alternating 7- 12 hour day shifts and 7- 12 hour night shifts with 7 days off in between.

Med-Trans Corporation
is an affirmative action/equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive
consideration for employment without regard to race, religion, color, national
origin, sex, sexual orientation, age, status as a protected veteran, among
other things, or status as a qualified individual with disability.

Employer Contact Information

Med-Trans Ann Lockwood

Med-Trans

Ann
Lockwood

209 State Highway 121 Bypass
Suite 21

Lewisville

75067

United States

http://www.med-trans.net

720-633-5532

Source: Just Helicopters

Filed under: HEMS USA Comments Off
15Feb/18Off

(MedTrans) B407/EC135 HEMS Pilot – Kentucky

Helicopter Air Ambulance Pilot- Jenkins, KY

Med-Trans Corporation •

Jenkins, Kentucky, USA

Position Type:
Permanent

Jobs at Med-Trans Corporation

Job Description:

  • $10,000 additional pay per year
  • Pilot Apartment

If your passion is flying and you want to work in an environment

Where every second counts, contact us today!

You Can Make a Difference

Join a team of highly skilled pilots, emergency medical experts, and mechanics whose mission is to
save lives.

Med-Trans provides air medical services through the rapid transport of the critically ill and injured. Med-Trans, renowned for its state-of-the art helicopter equipment, has established itself as an industry leader in safe and successful missions. We take great pride in hiring the most talented pilots available in the industry
today!

Med-Trans Corporation offers competitive salaries and an excellent benefits package: medical, dental, & vision coverage; life insurance; a 401(k) retirement plan with a company match; paid time off and holiday pay.

Med-Trans also provides employees 100% company-paid:

  • Life insurance
  • Short-term disability
  • Long-term disability insurance

Minimum Qualifications:

  • Current FAA Commercial Certificate with Rotorcraft
  • Helicopter Instrument Rating
  • Current FAA Class II Medical Certificate
  • Prefer Bell 407 or EC-135 experience
  • 2,000 total Helicopter Flight Hours
  • 1,000 total Helicopter PIC Hours
  • 1,000 total Turbine Hours
  • 200 Helicopter Night Flight Hours (Aided and/or Unaided)
  • 50 Hours Actual Weather or Simulated Weather Flight Hours
  • Helicopter Flight Currency a Must!

Visit www.med-trans.net for all Med-Trans career opportunities

Job Requirements:

The Pilot is responsible for the safe and expeditious transport of medical personnel and patients, complying with established procedures. While on duty, he or she is responsible for ensuring that all Med-Trans policies and directives, FAA, State and local regulations are complied with.

All Med-Trans aircraft are operated single pilot in a highly dynamic environment during operations both day and night. Pilots are expected to be ready to evaluate any mission request immediately upon notification. Our medical teams are extensively trained to act as productive crewmembers in the flight setting and are an integral part of the success of every mission.

Candidates should assess their ability to operate an advanced aircraft in single pilot environment before applying for a pilot position.

Med-Trans Corporation is an affirmative action/equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, religion, color, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, age, status as a protected veteran, among other things, or status as a qualified individual with disability.

Salary Range:
Neg-Neg

Relocation:

Travel:

Job Ident #:

Company Overview

Med-Trans Corporation

2200 Westcourt Rd
Denton, Texas 76207 USA
www.med-trans.net

Med-Trans is a nation-wide provider of helicopter air transportation services for the critically ill and injured

Benefits:
Three medical plans Dental & Vision plans
Paid Time Off
Overtime
401k with 50% company match after meeting requirements
100% company paid short and long term disability insurance

Source: JSfirm

Filed under: HEMS USA Comments Off
15Feb/18Off

(MedTrans) B407 HEMS Pilot – Texas

Helicopter Air Ambulance Pilot- Plainview, TX

Med-Trans Corporation •

Plainview, Texas, USA

Position Type:
Permanent

Jobs at Med-Trans Corporation

Job Description:

If your passion is flying and you want to work in an environment

Where every second counts, contact us today!

Aerocare 8

  • Bell 407
  • $2,000 first 6 months bonus
  • $2,000 first year bonus
  • $6,000 additional pay per year

You Can Make a Difference

Join a team of highly skilled pilots, emergency medical experts, and mechanics whose mission is to save lives.

Med-Trans provides air medical services through the rapid transport of the critically ill and injured. Med-Trans, renowned for its state-of-the art helicopter equipment, has established itself as an industry leader in safe and successful missions. We take great pride in hiring the most talented pilots available in the industry today!

Med-Trans Corporation offers competitive salaries and an excellent benefits package: medical, dental, & vision coverage; life insurance; a 401(k) retirement plan with a company match; paid time off and holiday pay.

Med-Trans also provides employees 100% company-paid:

· Life insurance

· Short-term disability

· Long-term disability insurance

Minimum Qualifications:

  • Current FAA Commercial Certificate with Rotorcraft
  • Helicopter Instrument Rating
  • Current FAA Class II Medical Certificate
  • Prefer Bell 407 or EC-135 experience
  • 2,000 total Helicopter Flight Hours
  • 1,000 total Helicopter PIC Hours
  • 1,000 total Turbine Hours
  • 200 Helicopter Night Flight Hours (Aided and/or Unaided)
  • 50 Hours Actual Weather or Simulated Weather Flight Hours
  • Helicopter Flight Currency a Must!

Job Requirements:
The Pilot is responsible for the safe and expeditious transport of medical personnel and patients, complying with established procedures. While on duty, he or she is responsible for ensuring that all Med-Trans policies and directives, FAA, State and local regulations are complied with.

All Med-Trans aircraft are operated single pilot in a highly dynamic environment during operations both day and night. Pilots are expected to be ready to evaluate any mission request immediately upon notification. Our medical teams are extensively trained to act as productive crewmembers in the flight setting and are an integral part of the success of every mission.

Candidates should assess their ability to operate an advanced aircraft in single pilot environment before applying for a pilot position.

Med-Trans Corporation
is an affirmative action/equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, religion, color, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, age, status as a protected veteran, among
other things, or status as a qualified individual with disability.

Salary Range:
Neg-Neg

Relocation:
Yes

Travel:
None

Job Ident #:

Company Overview

Med-Trans Corporation

2200 Westcourt Rd
Denton, Texas 76207 USA
www.med-trans.net

Med-Trans is a nation-wide provider of helicopter air transportation services for the critically ill and injured

Benefits:
Three medical plans Dental & Vision plans
Paid Time Off
Overtime
401k with 50% company match after meeting requirements
100% company paid short and long term disability insurance

Source: JSfirm

Filed under: HEMS USA Comments Off
14Feb/18Off

(Midwest) SPIFR HEMS Pilot – Nebraska

Helicopter SPIFR Pilot

Midwest MedAir •

Omaha, Nebraska, USA

Position Type:
Permanent

Jobs at Midwest MedAir

Job Description:
Apply on-line at: https://midwestmedicaltransport.candidatecare.jobs
or visit our career page http://www.midwestmedicaltransport.net/careers/

Essential Functions
Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

1. Responds promptly and efficiently to all requests for service, with highest consideration given to safety of flight
2. Supports continuity of service through flexibility in scheduling and assignments
3. Conducts all flights in a manner that safe completion is never in doubt; ensures timely transmission of required flight information to appropriate individuals. Adheres to all Midwest MedAir policies, procedures and directives
4. Review and calculate helicopter weight and balance, fuel on board and performance charts
5. Able to accept flight assignment with minimal delay by ensuring helicopter cockpit and exterior are clean, ensures covers / tied owns are utilized appropriately and that helicopter is hangared as necessary
6. Operates without violations of FAA Regulations, or exercises PIC emergency authority to avoid or deviate
7. Effectively interacts, communicates and contributes to people within the sphere of the job responsibility
8. Maintains optimum flight weight (<220lbs), for aircraft operations

Competencies
1. Knowledgeable on appropriate Federal Aviation Regulations, Company policies and local procedures.
2. Proficient in Aircraft emergency procedures and limitations.
3. Proficient and comfortable with Instrument Flight Rules (IFR) operations.

Work Environment

1. Inside/Outside in all weather conditions (rain/snow/heat/cold).
2. High noise level – reduced by use of hearing protection (Helmet).
3. Daytime/Night-time operations.

Physical Demands
1. Assist Medical crew by lifting bags (80lbs), transferring patient to cots, etc.
2. Able to climb on, into, out of and around helicopter in confined spaces.

Position Type/Expected Hours of Work
1. 12 hour shift per day.
2. Ability to switch from Days to Nights (but never Nights to Days).

Travel
1. 10% Travel while on shift. (possible aircraft recovery).
2. Personally owned vehicle or Company supplied.
3. Up to 200+ miles travel possible if working at another base.

Job Requirements:
Required Education and Experience
1. Has had at least 2500 hours of flight time as pilot, including 500 hours of cross country flight time, 300 hours of night flight time, 500 hours of turbine time, and 75 hours of actual or simulated instrument time at least 50 hours of which were in actual flights
2. Holds a helicopter instrument rating with category and class rating, not limited to VFR; to serve as Pilot in Command under FAR 135
3. Current 2nd Class Medical license required
4. Experience in EMS transport operations.
5. 50 hours of NVG experience.

Preferred Education and Experience
1. Prior Night Vision Goggle (NVG) experience preferred.
2. 3000 Rotorcraft Flight hours preferred.
3. 50 hours of actual weather flight experience.

Additional Eligibility Requirements
1. Current & valid state driver’s license
2. Must pass company provided PCP physical capacity profile exam (post offer, pre- employment) & Drug Screen
3. Meet company policy MVR criteria

Salary Range:
-

Relocation:
Yes

Travel:

Job Ident #:
Helicopter SPIFR Pilot

Company Overview

Midwest MedAir

2611 S 117th Street
Omaha, Nebraska 68144 USA
www.midwestmedicaltransport.net/

Midwest MedAir is an independent Helicopter Air Ambulance company utilizing EC 135 helicopters. We operate as single pilot IFR Part 135, and we also have over 90 ground ambulance units positioned throughout the states of Nebraska, Kansas, Iowa, Colorado...

Benefits:
Major Medical, Dental, Vision, 401K plus others

Supported Manufacturers:
Airbus

Supported Models:
EC135-P Series

Source: JSfirm

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14Feb/18Off

(Boston) S76 HEMS SIC

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Second-in-Command for S76 Aircraft

Boston MedFlight •

Boston, Massachusetts, USA

Position Type:
Permanent

Job Description:

COMPANY INFORMATION:
Boston MedFlight transports critically ill and injured patients from scenes of accidents or community hospitals to the level I or II trauma centers or tertiary care centers in and around the Greater Boston area by helicopter, plane, and ambulance. Since 1986 we have transported over 70,000 patients who have required specialty care during transport.

JOB SUMMARY:
The Second-in-Command position (SIC) is responsible for the safe and efficient conduct of a flight assignment. The SIC processes flight assignments received from Boston MedFlight’s (BMF) Communications Center and determines whether to accept or decline a flight assignment based on weather conditions or other factors that
may impact the safety of flight. The SIC will evaluate Visual Flight Rules (VFR) options and Instrument Flight Rule (IFR) options when applicable. He/she will work collaboratively with other members of the medical flight team.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Under the immediate supervision of the Director of Aviation Operations and Chief Pilot, the SIC position:

  • Serves as safety oversight and backup pilot to the PIC.
  • Plans flight assignments and obtains briefing information regarding purpose of the flight, weather, operating procedures and special instructions.
  • Complies with all FAA Regulations, The General Operating Manual (GOM), safety manual, training manual and all other BMF policies and procedures.
  • Conducts a start of shift briefing with the assigned medical, communications and ground personnel. Prepares flight plans considering such factors as altitude, terrain, weather, range, weight, airport facilities and navigational aids.
  • Utilizes the GOM in determining weather minimums to accept a flight assignment.
  • Ensures at the beginning of the shift that the aircraft is pre-flighted per the GOM, inspected, loaded, equipped, fueled and staffed for a flight assignment.
  • Completes a walk around inspection of the aircraft prior to initiation of every flight assignment. The SIC may delegate a crew member to this task if the flight assignment includes a patient load with the rotor blades turning.
  • Supervises and assists loading and distribution of cargo and passengers and determines that weight and balance is within prescribed limitations per the utilized method of aircraft weight and balance or the approved rotorcraft flight manual.
  • Ensures cargo is properly secured and emergency equipment are aboard.
  • Files, activates and closes the flight plans.
  • Checks aircraft discrepancy log prior to flight to ensure all discrepancies have been corrected or properly deferred prior to a flight assignment.
  • Assists in the loading and unloading of patients, as well as equipment decontamination, as requested by medical personnel.
  • Logs all mechanical discrepancies as they occur and informs maintenance personnel. Notifies the BMF Communications Center of the service status of the aircraft
  • Ensures proper completion of flight logs, records and maintenance forms.
  • Completes paperwork as required by the GOM and BMF.
  • Participates in debriefings on all flights
  • Keeps navigation charts current and up to date.
  • Attends monthly staff safety meetings when not on shift, required crew rest or leave time.
  • Report for duty not less than 15 minutes prior to an assigned shift. This is for the accomplishment of briefings, preflight inspections and paperwork.
  • Monitors all weather situations and updates the Communications Center of same.
  • Notifies the Director of Operations or designee whenever the pilot may violate any rule due to being dispatched on a flight.
  • Notifies the Director of Operations whenever a personal medical deficiency exists that would affect the safety of flight.
  • Maintains proficiency as Second-in-Command and proficiency in IFR operations.
  • Other duties as assigned by the Director of Aviation Operations and/or the Chief Pilot.
  • As operations permit and with the PICs concurrence, takes maximum advantage of time available in-flight to engage in training, such as practice instrument flight procedures, emergency procedures or crew discussion.
  • As operations permit, will assist aviation maintenance technicians in washing the aircraft and maintaining cleanliness of workspaces.
  • Participates in the development, implementation, and evaluation departmental aviation policies.
  • Participates in an annual quality/performance improvement study or project, as approved by the DO, that will directly address an issue to improve the safety, efficiency, or effectiveness of the aeromedical transport enterprise.
  • Shares professional responsibility for identification, development and achievement of department goals.
  • Promotes and maintains positive professional working relationships within the department and throughout the company.
  • Demonstrates and promotes effective interpersonal skills
  • Promotes the safety culture of Boston MedFlight and places safety as a top priority.

Job Requirements:
SKILLS AND ABILITIES:

  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills required.
  • Ability to manage multiple deadlines and tasks.
  • Demonstrates good decision-making skills.
  • Demonstrates and promotes effective interpersonal skills
  • Demonstrates excellent organizational skills.
  • Ability to develop presentations using Microsoft office products
  • Demonstrates good public speaking skills

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

  • Commercial helicopter license with IFR rating
  • 1,500 rotary wing flight hours with a minimum 1,200 hours Pilot in Command time, 500 hours cross country and 200 hours Night Flight time.
  • 100 hours instrument flight time including 50 hours of actual instrument flight experience.
  • ATP license required or obtained within 1 year of employment
  • FAA Class I Physical Medical Certificate
  • Preferred helicopter EMS experience
  • Preferred Night Vision Goggle (NVG) experience.

WORKING CONDITIONS/PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS:

  • Ability to operate helicopters and is exposed to non-conventional motion, noise, vibration, jet fumes, and extreme temperatures
  • Ability to lift at least 50 pounds using proper body mechanics. Able to refuel aircraft at MedFlight bases and other sites. Able to pull fuel hoses in and out of the fuel trucks and fuel farm systems.
  • Works in a patient care environment on the aircraft and is exposed to possible infectious diseases and chemical toxins. Follows all BMF infectious disease policies and protocols.
  • Position may require sitting for long periods of time in a helicopter cockpit or in an office environment.
  • Ability to assist in loading and unloading patients into MedFlight aircraft.
  • Maintains a Class I Flight Physical.
  • No physical restrictions wearing or donning Nomex flight suits, above the ankle leather boots, and night vision goggles in the helicopter environment.

NOTES:

  • An FBI background and CORI checks will be performed prior to employment.
  • PRIA records check, pre-employment physical and drug screen prior to hire.
  • Must pass random drug and alcohol screening in accordance with Part 120 of the Federal Aviation Regulations.
  • FLSA Exempt.
  • The specific statements included in this job description are not intended to be all-inclusive but rather represent typical elements considered necessary to successfully perform the job

How to Apply:
Please visit our website - www.bostonmedflight.org - to submit an application and résumé.

Or mail to:
Human Resource Manager
Boston MedFlight
Robins Street, Hangar 1727
Hanscom Air Force Base
Bedford, MA 01730

Please also provide 3 letters of recommendation as well as copies of your certification and licenses. Letters of recommendation should be sent directly to the Human Resource Manager at the address above

For More Information
Please visit our website to get more information about current job opportunities and our program:
www.bostonmedflight.org

Salary Range:
Neg-Neg

Relocation:

Travel:

Job Ident #:

Company Overview

Boston MedFlight

Robins Street, Hangar 1727
Hanscom Air Force Base
Bedford, Massachusetts 01730 USA
www.bostonmedflight.org

Boston MedFlight is a world renowned, critical care transport program established by a consortium of Boston's leading academic medical centers in 1985. The consortium is comprised of Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, Boston Medical Center, Brigham...

Benefits:
Boston MedFlight offers competitive salaries and a very comprehensive benefits package to its employees that includes health, dental, life & AD&D and disability insurance. We also have a 401(k) plan with a generous company match and some additional voluntary benefits.

Supported Manufacturers:
Sikorsky, Airbus, Beechcraft, Turbomecca, Pratt and Whitney

Supported Models:
S76, EC145, BK117, King Air 200B Twin-Engine Turbo-Prop

Source: JSfirm

Filed under: HEMS USA Comments Off
14Feb/18Off

(Boston) EC145 HEMS PIC – Massachusetts

Image result for Boston MedFlight

Pilot-in-Command for EC145

Boston MedFlight •

Boston, Massachusetts, USA

Position Type:
Permanent

Job Description:
COMPANY INFORMATION:
Boston MedFlight transports critically ill and injured patients from scenes of accidents or community hospitals to the level I or II trauma centers or tertiary care centers in and around the Greater Boston area by helicopter, plane, and ambulance. Since 1986 we have transported over 70,000 patients who have required specialty care during transport.

JOB SUMMARY:
The Pilot-in-Command position (PIC) is responsible for the safe and efficient conduct of a flight assignment. The PIC processes flight assignments received from MedFlight’s Communications Center and determines whether to accept or decline a flight assignment based on weather conditions or other factors that may impact the safety of flight. The PIC will evaluate Visual Flight Rules (VFR) options and Instrument Flight Rule (IFR) options when applicable. He/she will work collaboratively with other members of the medical flight team.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: Under the immediate supervision of the Director of Aviation Operations and Chief Pilot, the PIC position: ·

  • Serves as the team leader for all flight operations matters.
  • Plans flight assignments and obtains briefing information regarding purpose of the flight, weather, operating procedures and special instructions.
  • Complies with all FAA Regulations, The General Operating Manual (GOM), safety manual, training manual and all other Boston MedFlight policies and procedures.
  • Conducts a start of shift briefing with the assigned medical, communications and ground personnel. Prepares flight plans considering such factors as altitude, terrain, weather, range, weight, airport facilities and navigational aids.
  • Utilizes the GOM in determining weather minimums to accept a flight assignment.
  • Ensures at the beginning of the shift that the aircraft is pre-flighted per the GOM, inspected, loaded, equipped, fueled and staffed for a flight assignment.
  • Completes a walk around inspection of the aircraft prior to initiation of every flight assignment. The PIC may delegate a crew member to this task if the flight assignment includes a patient load with the rotor blades turning.
  • Supervises and assists loading and distribution of cargo and passengers and determines that weight and balance is within prescribed limitations per the utilized method of aircraft weight and balance or the approved rotorcraft flight manual.
  • Ensures cargo is properly secured and emergency equipment is aboard.
  • Files, activates and closes the flight plans.
  • Checks aircraft discrepancy log prior to flight to ensure all discrepancies have been corrected or properly deferred prior to a flight assignment.
  • Assists in the loading and unloading of patients, as well as equipment decontamination, as requested by medical personnel.
  • Logs all mechanical discrepancies as they occur and informs maintenance personnel. Notifies the MedFlight Communications Center of the service status of the aircraft.
  • Ensures proper completion of flight logs, records and maintenance forms.
  • Completes paperwork as required by GOM.
  • Participates in debriefings on all flights.
  • Keeps navigation charts current and up to date.
  • Reports for duty not less than 15 minutes prior to an assigned shift. This is for the accomplishment of briefings, preflight inspections and paperwork.
  • Monitors all weather situations and updates the Communications Center of same.
  • Notifies the Director of Operations or designee whenever the pilot may violate any rule due to being dispatched on a flight.
  • Notifies the Director of Operations whenever a personal medical deficiency exists that would affect the safety of flight.
  • Maintains proficiency as Pilot-in-Command and proficiency in SPIFR operations.
  • Attends monthly staff safety meetings when not on shift, required crew rest or leave time.
  • The PIC may delegate functions to other personnel in the team but retains complete responsibility for safe flight operations.
  • As operations permit, takes maximum advantage of time available in-flight to engage in training, such as practice instrument flight procedures, emergency procedures or crew discussion.
  • As operations permit, will assist aviation maintenance technicians in washing the aircraft and maintaining cleanliness of workspaces.
  • Participates in the development, implementation, and evaluation of departmental aviation policies.
  • Participates in an annual quality/performance improvement study or project, as approved by the DO, that will directly address an issue to improve the safety, efficiency, or effectiveness of the aeromedical transport enterprise.
  • Shares professional responsibility for identification, development and achievement of department goals.
  • Promotes and maintains positive professional working relationships within the department and throughout the health system.
  • Demonstrates and promotes effective interpersonal skills.
  • Promotes the safety culture of Boston MedFlight and places safety as a top priority.
  • Participates in public outreach duties that include Public Relations events, landing zone site surveys, and other external meetings as directed by the DO.
  • Other duties as assigned by the Director of Aviation Operations and/or the Chief Pilot.

Job Requirements:
SKILLS AND ABILITIES:

  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills required.
  • Ability to manage multiple deadlines and tasks.
  • Demonstrates good decision-making skills.
  • Demonstrates and promotes effective interpersonal skills.
  • Demonstrates excellent organizational skills.
  • Ability to develop presentations using Microsoft office products
  • Demonstrates good public speaking skills

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

  • 3000 rotary wing flight hours with a minimum of 2000 hours Pilot in Command time, 500 hours cross country, actual and 200 hours of Night flight time
  • 200 hours instrument including 50 hours of actual non simulated Instrument experience.
  • Commercial helicopter license with IFR rating
  • ATP license required or obtained within 1 year of employment
  • FAA Class I Physical Medical Certificate
  • Preferred helicopter EMS experience
  • Preferred Night Vision Goggle (NVG) experience.

WORKING CONDITIONS/PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS:

  • Ability to operate helicopters and is exposed to non-conventional motion, noise, vibration, jet fumes, and extreme temperatures
  • Ability to lift at least 50 pounds using proper body mechanics. Able to refuel aircraft at MedFlight bases and other sites. Able to pull fuel hoses in and out of the fuel trucks and fuel farm systems.
  • Works in a patient care environment on the aircraft and is exposed to possible infectious diseases and chemical toxins. Follows all BMF infectious disease policies and protocols.
  • Position may require sitting for long periods of time in a helicopter cockpit or in an office environment.
  • Ability to assist in loading and unloading patients into MedFlight aircraft.
  • Maintains a Class I Flight Physical.
  • No physical restrictions wearing or donning Nomex flight suits, above the ankle leather boots, and night vision goggles in the helicopter environment.

NOTES:

  • An FBI background and CORI checks will be performed prior to employment.
  • PRIA records check, pre-employment physical and drug screen prior to hire.
  • Thisposition is subject to random drug screens.
  • FLSA Exempt
  • The specific statements included in this job description are not intended to be all-inclusive but rather represent typical elements considered necessary to successfully perform the job.

How to Apply:
Please visit our career center on our website at www.bostonmedflight.org to submit an application and résumé.

Salary Range:
Neg-Neg

Relocation:

Travel:

Job Ident #:

Company Overview

Boston MedFlight

Robins Street, Hangar 1727
Hanscom Air Force Base
Bedford, Massachusetts 01730 USA
www.bostonmedflight.org

Boston MedFlight is a world renowned, critical care transport program established by a consortium of Boston's leading academic medical centers in 1985. The consortium is comprised of Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, Boston Medical Center, Brigham...

Benefits:
Boston MedFlight offers competitive salaries and a very comprehensive benefits package to its employees that includes health, dental, life & AD&D and disability insurance. We also have a 401(k) plan with a generous company match and some additional voluntary benefits.

Supported Manufacturers:
Sikorsky, Airbus, Beechcraft, Turbomecca, Pratt and Whitney

Supported Models:
S76, EC145, BK117, King Air 200B Twin-Engine Turbo-Prop

Source: JSfirm

Filed under: HEMS USA Comments Off
14Feb/18Off

(Boston) S76 HEMS PIC – Massachusetts

Image result for Boston MedFlight

Pilot-in-Command for S76 Aircraft

Boston MedFlight •

Boston, Massachusetts, USA

Position Type:
Permanent

Job Description:
COMPANY INFORMATION:

Boston MedFlight transports critically ill and injured patients from scenes of accidents or community hospitals to the level I or II trauma centers or tertiary care centers in and around the Greater Boston area by helicopter, plane, and ambulance. Since 1986 we have transported over 70,000 patients who have required specialty care during transport.

JOB SUMMARY:

The Pilot-in-Command position (PIC) is responsible for the safe and efficient conduct of a flight assignment. The PIC processes flight assignments received from MedFlight’s Communications Center and determines whether to accept or decline a flight assignment based on weather conditions or other factors that may impact the safety of flight. The PIC will evaluate Visual Flight Rules (VFR) options and Instrument Flight Rule (IFR) options when applicable. He/she will work collaboratively with other members of the medical flight team.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

Under the immediate supervision of the Director of Aviation Operations and Chief Pilot, the PIC position:

  • Serves as the team leader for all flight operations matters.
  • Plans flight assignments and obtains briefing information regarding the purpose of the flight, weather, operating procedures and special instructions.
  • Complies with all FAA Regulations, The General Operating Manual (GOM), safety manual, training manual and all other Boston MedFlight policies and procedures.
  • Conducts a start of shift briefing with the assigned medical, communications and ground personnel. Prepares flight plans considering such factors as altitude, terrain, weather, range, weight, airport facilities and navigational aids.
  • Utilizes the GOM in determining weather minimums to accept a flight assignment.
  • Ensures at the beginning of the shift that the aircraft is pre-flighted per the GOM, inspected, loaded, equipped, fueled and staffed for a flight assignment.
  • Completes a walk around inspection of the aircraft prior to initiation of every flight assignment. The PIC may delegate a crew member to this task if the flight assignment includes a patient load with the rotor blades turning.
  • Supervises and assists loading and distribution of cargo and passengers and determines that weight and balance is within prescribed limitations per the utilized method of aircraft weight and balance or the approved rotorcraft flight manual.
  • Ensures cargo is properly secured and emergency equipment is aboard.
  • Files, activates and closes the flight plans.
  • Checks aircraft discrepancy log prior to flight to ensure all discrepancies have been corrected or properly deferred prior to a flight assignment.
  • Assists in the loading and unloading of patients, as well as equipment decontamination, as requested by medical personnel.
  • Logs all mechanical discrepancies as they occur and informs maintenance personnel. Notifies the MedFlight Communications Center of the service status of the aircraft.
  • Ensures proper completion of flight logs, records and maintenance forms.
  • Completes paperwork as required by GOM.
  • Participates in debriefings on all flights.
  • Keeps navigation charts current and up to date.
  • Reports for duty not less than 15 minutes prior to an assigned shift in order to accomplish briefings, preflight inspections, and paperwork.
  • Monitors all weather situations and updates the Communications Center of same.
  • Notifies the Director of Operations or designee whenever the pilot may violate any rule due to being dispatched on a flight.
  • Notifies the Director of Operations whenever a personal medical deficiency exists that would affect the safety of flight.
  • Maintains proficiency as Pilot-in-Command and proficiency in SPIFR operations.
  • Attends monthly staff safety meetings when not on shift, required crew rest or leave time.
  • The PIC may delegate functions to other personnel in the team but retains complete responsibility for safe flight operations.
  • As operations permit, takes maximum advantage of the time available in-flight to engage in training, such as practice instrument flight procedures, emergency procedures or crew discussion.
  • As operations permit will assist aviation maintenance technicians in washing the aircraft and maintaining cleanliness of workspaces.
  • Participates in the development, implementation, and evaluation of departmental aviation policies.
  • Participates in an annual quality/performance improvement study or project, as approved by the DO, that will directly address an issue to improve the safety, efficiency, or effectiveness of the aeromedical transport enterprise.
  • Shares professional responsibility for identification, development, and achievement of department goals.
  • Promotes and maintains positive professional working relationships within the department and throughout the health system.
  • Demonstrates and promotes effective interpersonal skills.
  • Promotes the safety culture of Boston MedFlight and places safety as a top priority.
  • Participates in public outreach duties that include Public Relations events, landing zone site surveys, and other external meetings as directed by the DO.
  • Other duties as assigned by the Director of Aviation Operations and/or the Chief Pilot.

Job Requirements:
SKILLS AND ABILITIES:

  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills required.
  • Ability to manage multiple deadlines and tasks.
  • Demonstrates good decision-making skills.
  • Demonstrates and promotes effective interpersonal skills.
  • Demonstrates excellent organizational skills.Ability to develop presentations using Microsoft office products.
  • Demonstrates good public speaking skills

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

  • 3000 rotary wing flight hours with a minimum of 2000 hours Pilot in Command time, 500 hours cross country, actual and 200 hours of Night flight time
  • 200 hours instrument including 50 hours of actual non-simulated Instrument experience. Commercial helicopter license with IFR rating
  • ATP license required or obtained within 1 year of employment
  • FAA Class I Physical Medical Certificate
  • Preferred helicopter EMS experience
  • Preferred Night Vision Goggle (NVG) experience.

WORKING CONDITIONS/PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS:

  • Ability to operate helicopters and is exposed to non-conventional motion, noise, vibration, jet fumes, and extreme temperatures
  • Ability to lift at least 50 pounds using proper body mechanics. Able to refuel aircraft at MedFlight bases and other sites. Able to pull fuel hoses in and out of the fuel trucks and fuel farm systems.
  • Works in a patient care environment on the aircraft and is exposed to possible infectious diseases and chemical toxins. Follows all BMF infectious disease policies and protocols.
  • Position may require sitting for long periods of time in a helicopter cockpit or in an office environment.Ability to assist in loading and unloading patients into MedFlight aircraft.
  • Maintains a Class I Flight Physical.
  • No physical restrictions wearing or donning Nomex flight suits, above the ankle leather boots, and night vision goggles in the helicopter environment.

NOTES:

  • An FBI background and CORI checks will be performed prior to employment.
  • PRIA records check, pre-employment physical and drug screen prior to hire.
  • This position is subject to random drug screens.
  • FLSA Exempt
  • The specific statements included in this job description are not intended to be all-inclusive but rather represent typical elements considered necessary to successfully perform the job.

How to Apply:
Please visit our career site at www.bostonmedflight.org and submit an application and resume through our website.
Or mail to:
Human Resource Manager
Boston MedFlight
Robins Street, Hangar 1727
Hanscom Air Force Base
Bedford, MA 01730

Please also provide 3 letters of recommendation as well as copies of your certification and licenses. Letters of recommendation should be sent directly to the Human Resource Manager to the mailing address above.

Salary Range:
Neg-Neg

Relocation:

Travel:

Job Ident #:

Company Overview

Boston MedFlight

Robins Street, Hangar 1727
Hanscom Air Force Base
Bedford, Massachusetts 01730 USA
www.bostonmedflight.org

Boston MedFlight is a world renowned, critical care transport program established by a consortium of Boston's leading academic medical centers in 1985. The consortium is comprised of Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, Boston Medical Center, Brigham...

Benefits:
Boston MedFlight offers competitive salaries and a very comprehensive benefits package to its employees that includes health, dental, life & AD&D and disability insurance. We also have a 401(k) plan with a generous company match and some additional voluntary benefits.

Supported Manufacturers:
Sikorsky, Airbus, Beechcraft, Turbomecca, Pratt and Whitney

Supported Models:
S76, EC145, BK117, King Air 200B Twin-Engine Turbo-Prop

Source: JSfirm

Filed under: HEMS USA Comments Off
13Feb/18Off

(Metro) EC135 SPIFR HEMS Pilot – Virginia

Helicopter Air Ambulance Pilot (EC 135) Martinsville, VA

Metro Aviation, Inc. •

Martinsville, Virginia, USA

Position Type:
Permanent

Jobs at Metro Aviation, Inc.

Job Description:

Metro Aviation is seeking Helicopter Air Ambulance Pilot (PIC, IFR) for our base in Martinsville, VA. We are driven by a safety culture and demonstrate that commitment to safety by providing our pilots with industry-leading training and modern, well equipped aircraft. We are seeking aviation professionals that share our passion for safety and excellence in operations.
This position is a full-time career opportunity, with a 7 shift on / 7 day off work schedule

Job Requirements:

•Total Flight Time = 2,000 hours
•Total Pilot-In-Command = 1,000 hours PIC Rotorcraft.
•Cross Country Flight Time= 500 hours
•Night Flight Time= 100 hours, including 50 hours night unaided
•Instrument Flight Time= 75 hours (50 in flight).
•Turbine Helicopter = 500 hours

Qualifications
FAA Commercial Pilot Rotorcraft Certificate and Instrument Helicopter Rating (Airline Transport Pilot Rotorcraft Preferred)
•FAA 2nd Class Medical (1st Class required as some locations)
Rotor Wing Desired Experience
•Air Medical operations
•Single Pilot IFR operations
•Night Vision Goggle operations

Other Requirements
•Some locations require a maximum flight-ready weight of 230 lbs.
•Most locations require residency within a prescribed distance from the assigned base.

Physical Requirements:
Requires activities requiring a moderate amount of standing, sitting and walking.
Able to conduct activities requiring a moderate to rigorous amount of static pushing, pulling, reaching and lifting.
Capable of lifting 75 lbs floor to bench height.
Ability to hear routine aircraft noises.
Maintains a “duty” weight (body weight + uniform/equipment – helmet not included) for Rotor Wing (Helicopter) operations.
Must be able to wear a commercially available respirator mask with proper fit when requested.
Requires close and distant visual capability (Class 2 Aviation Medical).
Periodic hands to key ability (typing).

Salary Range:
Neg-Neg

Relocation:

Travel:

Job Ident #:
AC3

Company Overview

Metro Aviation, Inc.

P.O. Box 7008
Shreveport, Louisiana 71137 USA
www.metroaviation.com/

Few companies can provide the many services, dedication, stability and excellence that Metro Aviation offers when it comes to owning and operating aircraft. Metro Aviation currently operates more than 100 aircraft for more than 30 programs in 18 states...

Benefits:
Metro Aviation offers an exceptional benefit package inclusive of: 100% Company paid Medical/Dental premiums, Vision, Prescription Drug Plan, Basic Life & AD&D and Short Term Disability. A sick time allotment and vacation allotment is also given. 7 Paid holidays, an Employee Development program and a company sponsored 401K with a 75% match on up to 5% of an employee’s gross salary.

Supported Manufacturers:
Bell, Airbus, MD, Pilatus, Beechcraft, Cessna Citation.

Supported Models:
B407GX, EC130B4, AS350B2, AS350B3, B0105, BK117B1, BK117B2, BK117C1, BK117C2, EC135 Series, PC12-45, PC12-47, BE90, B200, C560.

Source: JSfirm

Filed under: HEMS USA Comments Off
9Feb/18Off

(Metro) BK117 HEMS Pilot – Ohio

Helicopter Air Ambulance Pilot (BK 117)-Mt. Orab, OH

Metro Aviation, Inc. •

Mount Orab, Ohio, USA

Position Type:
Permanent

Jobs at Metro Aviation, Inc.

Job Description:

Metro Aviation is seeking Helicopter Air Ambulance Pilot (PIC, VFR) for our base in Mt. Orab, OH. We are driven by a safety culture and demonstrate that commitment to safety by providing our pilots with industry-leading training and modern, well equipped aircraft. We are seeking aviation professionals that share our passion for safety and excellence in operations.
This position is a full-time career opportunity, with a 7 shift on / 7 day off work schedule

Job Requirements:

•Total Flight Time = 2,000 hours
•Total Pilot-In-Command = 1,000 hours PIC Rotorcraft.
•Cross Country Flight Time= 500 hours
•Night Flight Time= 100 hours, including 50 hours night unaided
•Instrument Flight Time= 75 hours (50 in flight).
•Turbine Helicopter = 500 hours

Qualifications
FAA Commercial Pilot Rotorcraft Certificate and Instrument Helicopter Rating (Airline Transport Pilot Rotorcraft Preferred)
•FAA 2nd Class Medical (1st Class required as some locations)
Rotor Wing Desired Experience
•Air Medical operations
•Single Pilot IFR operations
•Night Vision Goggle operations

Other Requirements
•Some locations require a maximum flight-ready weight of 230 lbs.
•Others require a maximum flight-ready weight of 210 lbs.
•Most locations require residency within a prescribed distance from the assigned base.

Physical Requirements:
Requires activities requiring a moderate amount of standing, sitting and walking.
Able to conduct activities requiring a moderate to rigorous amount of static pushing, pulling, reaching and lifting.
Capable of lifting 75 lbs floor to bench height.
Ability to hear routine aircraft noises.
Maintains a “duty” weight (body weight + uniform/equipment – helmet not included) for Rotor Wing (Helicopter) operations.
Must be able to wear a commercially available respirator mask with proper fit when requested.
Requires close and distant visual capability (Class 2 Aviation Medical).
Periodic hands to key ability (typing).

Salary Range:
Neg-Neg

Relocation:

Travel:

Job Ident #:
CI3

Company Overview

Metro Aviation, Inc.

P.O. Box 7008
Shreveport, Louisiana 71137 USA
www.metroaviation.com/

Few companies can provide the many services, dedication, stability and excellence that Metro Aviation offers when it comes to owning and operating aircraft. Metro Aviation currently operates more than 100 aircraft for more than 30 programs in 18 states...

Benefits:
Metro Aviation offers an exceptional benefit package inclusive of: 100% Company paid Medical/Dental premiums, Vision, Prescription Drug Plan, Basic Life & AD&D and Short Term Disability. A sick time allotment and vacation allotment is also given. 7 Paid holidays, an Employee Development program and a company sponsored 401K with a 75% match on up to 5% of an employee’s gross salary.

Supported Manufacturers:
Bell, Airbus, MD, Pilatus, Beechcraft, Cessna Citation.

Supported Models:
B407GX, EC130B4, AS350B2, AS350B3, B0105, BK117B1, BK117B2, BK117C1, BK117C2, EC135 Series, PC12-45, PC12-47, BE90, B200, C560.

Source: JSfirm

Filed under: HEMS USA Comments Off
9Feb/18Off

(7Bar) SPIFR HEMS Pilots – Virginia

$5000 Sign on Bonus - 2 CAPTAINS SPIFR HELICOPTER

Charlottesville, VA VA
United States

Category
Pilots

Manages Others
No

Experience Required
Yes

Degree Required
No

Employment Type
Employee

Work Schedule
Full-Time

Minimum Certification Required
Commercial Pilot With Instrument

Minimum Flight Hours Required

Job Description

COME TALK TO US AT THE HAI RECRUITMENT EVENT IN LAS VEGAS FEBRUARY 26-28

SevenBar is looking to employ a SPIFR Helicopter Pilot for UVA

SevenBar is hiring SPIFR Captains for UVA team. In this roll you’ll report to the Base Manager and Chief Pilot. The line pilot is responsible for choreographing safe and efficient air medical flight operations. This role is Single Pilot IFR Captain working with a team of highly trained medical professionals. As PIC you will have the responsibility of making the tactical aviation decisions that help flight medics and nurses deliver outstanding patient care.

We’re looking for someone who:

· Communicates effectively to the Chief Pilot, Base Manager, and other crew members regarding flight operational activities

· Has no qualms cancelling or suspending any flight operation in the interest of safety until hazards have been removed or are no longer a threat to safe operations

· Performs the Line Pilot role , as well as other tasks as assigned, to help support the strategic objectives of the flight operations department

· Promotes and supports our Safety and Just Culture Programs

· Embraces and demonstrates promotional behaviors consistent with our organizational values and policies

You are looking for a company that:

· Offers you the opportunity to fly for a meaningful cause

· Respects and compensates your skills, ideas, contributions, and effort

· Offers continuing education opportunities and meaningful engagement with the larger air medical transport community

· Gives you the opportunity to work with our diverse, committed, and talented team

· Improves patient outcomes each and every day

· Can offer career advancement opportunities; impress us, and see where it takes you…

· You should have excellent verbal and written communication skills as well as the interpersonal skills needed to work effectively with customer representatives and other internal employees, both laterally and vertically. You should be experienced and proficient in Microsoft Outlook, PowerPoint, Word, and Excel and able to effectively use various mobile devices such as iPhones and iPads.

· You should bring your excellent aeronautical skills, “team player” mentality, and confidence in group settings,coaching attitude, and sound judgment with you to work every day.

· You should be self-motivated and organized, able to plan and manage your time effectively, and be proficient at acquiring new skills rapidly.

· You will be performing pre-flight and post-flight inspections, as well as planning flights, assisting in loading of passengers, baggage and cargo, analyzing weather conditions, and maintaining aircraft and pilot logs and records.

· You will be responsible for the operation of an aircraft tug, tractor, and/or ground handling equipment.

Job Requirements

License/certification
requirements:

· Must be able to hold a TSA or Airport-issued Air Operations Area (AOA) or Security Identification Display Area (SIDA) security badge

· Must be able to maintain a first class medical

Education
qualifications:

· High school diploma or equivalent required.

· Bachelor’s degree preferred.

Experience
qualifications:

· Commercial/Instrument Rotorcraft-Helicopter Required, ATP preferred

· Minimum of 2500 hours total time

· Minimum of 1500 hours R/W time PIC required

· Minimum 1000 R/W Turbine hours required

· Minimum 500 hours cross-country required

· Minimum 100 hours Simulated / Actual instrument time required

· Minimum 100 hours of night time required

· Multi-engine experience preferred.

· NVG experience preferred

· Prior Part 135 and air medical experience preferred. Exceptions allowed for prior military personnel with an honorable discharge and civilian certificates.

· Actual IFR experience required, SPIFR experience preferred

Physical
requirements:

Ability to climb in and out of aircraft and ambulances is required. Ability to sit for extended periods of time and complete computer work. Overnight travel required for training, and occasional relief work.

Apply
now:

To be considered for the Captain role, please email your resume to resume.

Source: Just Helicopters

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8Feb/18Off

(Life Flight) A119/109 HEMS Pilot – New York

Rotor Wing Pilot

Life Flight Network •

Palouse, Washington, USA

Position Type:
Permanent

Jobs at Life Flight Network

Job Description:
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 a Full Time Rotor Wing Pilot to work at our Palouse, Washington base of operations.

The Rotor Wing Pilot is responsible for professionally and safely operating aircraft for LFN to facilitate care of critically ill and/or injured patients. The Rotor Wing Pilot will possess strong aviation skills, a keen sense of safety, superior customer service skills, and the ability to effectively communicate with a variety of people, one-on-one and in large groups, sometimes in highly stressful situations. The Rotor Wing Pilot will be required to work varied shifts, including days, nights, weekends, and holidays.

Rotor Wing Pilot - QUALIFICATIONS & SKILLS:

  • High School diploma or equivalent required
  • Bachelor’s Degree preferred
  • Minimum of 5 years’ experience as a professional pilot required
  • Minimum of 2500 hours total time as pilot in command
  • Minimum of 2500 hours R/W time required
  • Minimum 100 hours Simulated / Actual instrument time required
  • Minimum 200 hours of unaided night time required
  • Minimum 1500 R/W Turbine hours required
  • Pilots with air medical transportation experience are preferred
  • Pilots with NVG experience are preferred
  • Mountain experience is preferred. Experience evaluated on a case-by-case basis
  • Must hold a FAA Commercial Helicopter Certificate with Instrument Helicopter Rating
  • Airline Transport Pilot certificate (ATP) preferred
  • Must have and maintain a FAA second class flight physical
  • Performs pre- and post-flight inspections. Plans flights, assists in loading of passengers, baggage and cargo, and analyzes weather conditions
  • Maintains logs and records, as required, and prepares written reports
  • Operates aircraft tug, tractor, and/or ground handling equipment
  • Proficient in Microsoft Office Suite
  • Excellent grammar; verbal and written communication, and customer service skills
  • 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

All candidates are subject to drug screening and background investigation.

Rotor Wing 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 automatic 4% 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 4 weeks a year for full time employees
  • 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 Requirements:

Salary Range:
Neg-Neg

Relocation:

Travel:

Job Ident #:

Company Overview

Life Flight Network

22285 Yellow Gate Lane
Suite 102
Aurora, Oregon 97002 USA
www.lifeflight.org

Life Flight Network was founded in 1978 and is one of the country’s first air medical transport services. We are not-for-profit, focused on safety, customer service, and quality. We are owned by a consortium of Oregon Health & Science University, Legacy...

Benefits:
LFN offers competitive compensation, growth opportunities, medical, dental, vision, 401k, life/AD&D, short & long term disability, long term care, flexible spending, adoption assistance, paid parental time off, sabbaticals, pet insurance, tuition reimbursement, paid volunteer time, and a generous paid time off plan.

Supported Manufacturers:
AW119Kx "Koala" AW109 "Power", Pilatus PC12

Supported Models:

Source: JSfirm

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7Feb/18Off

(Air Methods) EC135 HEMS Pilot – Kentucky

Pilot Rotor Wing - London, KY

Air Methods Corporation •

London, Kentucky, USA

Position Type:
Permanent

Jobs at Air Methods Corporation

Job Description:

Due to our collective bargaining agreement, external pilots will be considered 14 days after original posting date. Responsible to ensure aircraft and weather conditions are airworthy to transport medical crew and patient to receiving hospital within an assigned operational area. Responsible for compliance with Federal Aviation Regulations (FAR), Aeronautical Information Manual (AIM), General Operations Manual guidelines (GOM), and thorough knowledge of Air Methods policies and procedures.

Job Requirements:
Due to our collective bargaining agreement, external pilots will be considered 14 days after original posting date.
IFR
Aircraft: EC 135
Off duty housing available
Job Summary
Responsible to ensure aircraft and weather conditions are airworthy to transport medical crew and patient to receiving hospital within an assigned operational area. Responsible for compliance with Federal Aviation Regulations (FAR), Aeronautical Information Manual (AIM), General Operations Manual guidelines (GOM), and thorough knowledge of Air Methods policies and procedures.

Essential Functions and Responsibilities

  • Operates Air Methods aircraft in a safe and legal manner
  • Completes pre-flight before every flight verifying the aircraft is in an airworthy condition by sign off of Daily Flight Log. Pilots will perform a complete walk around of the aircraft prior to entering the cockpit for flight and upon completion of each flight
  • Final authority with regard to operations of aircraft and for the safety of passengers, cargo and equipment
  • Must be thoroughly familiar with all aircraft and medical systems of backup aircraft utilized at operational area and also ensures that the medical flight team is familiar and comfortable with the medical interior and systems
  • Responsible for completion of required documentation
  • Able to conduct detailed flight planning with little notice to exacting standards
  • Participates regularly in Air Methods meetings, activities, projects, committees and community outreach
  • Performs other duties as assigned

Additional Job Requirements

  • Regular scheduled attendance

Qualifications
To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential function satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. In accordance with applicable laws, Air Methods will provide reasonable accommodations that do not create an undue burden so disabled employees may perform the essential functions of the position.

Education & Experience

  • Associate’s degree (A.A.) or equivalent from two-year college or technical school and two to five years’ related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience
  • Bachelor’s degree preferred

Skills

  • Pilots must have flown in category for a commercial operator or in the military within the previous 24 months
  • Maintains positive interpersonal relationships with colleagues, EMS representatives, hospitals and the public and strives to maintain a friendly and professional working environment

Instrument Flight rules (IFR) Program:

  • 2500 total flight hours with a minimum of 2000 hours in category
  • 1000 hours PIC in category
  • 500 hours of cross-country flight time, 100 hours of night flight time
  • 75 hours of actual or simulated instrument time at least 50 hours which were in flight in an aircraft including 20 hours in actual instrument conditions in category

Certificates, Licenses, Registrations

  • Commercial & Instrument Rating (for category and class of aircraft)
  • ATP rating in category meets this requirement
  • First OR Second Class FAA Medical certificate required

Air Methods is an EEO/AA employer. Qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability or protected veteran status.

Salary Range:
Neg-Neg

Relocation:

Travel:

Job Ident #:

Company Overview

Air Methods Corporation

7301 South Peoria
Denver/Centennial Airport
Englewood, Colorado 80112 USA
www.airmethods.com

Air Methods Corporation is the nation‘s largest provider of air medical emergency transport services and systems. The company is dedicated exclusively to air medical transport, focusing on the quality of care to patients, and safety in aviation operations.

With...

Benefits:
You can view a complete list of jobs on our web site

We are proud to be an EEO/AA employer M/F/D/V. We maintain a drug-free workplace and perform pre-employment substance abuse testing.

Supported Manufacturers:
Bell Helicopters, American Eurocopter, Beechcraft, Pilatus

Supported Models:
Bell 206, Bell 222, Bell 230, Bell 407, Bell 412, Bell 430, AS-350, AS-355, EC-120, EC-130, EC-135, EC-145, BK-117, BO-105, S-76, King Air, PC 12

Source: JSfirm

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7Feb/18Off

(ASG) HEMS Pilot – Illinois

RW Pilot - Rockford, IL

Aviation Search Group •

Rockford, Illinois, USA

Position Type:
Permanent

Jobs at Aviation Search Group

Job Description:
Sign-on Bonus: $15,000
Stipend: $10,000
Potential for On-Duty Pilot Housing

Responsible to ensure aircraft and weather conditions are airworthy to transport medical crew and patient to receiving hospital within an assigned operational area. Responsible for compliance with Federal Aviation Regulations (FAR), Aeronautical Information Manual (AIM), General Operations Manual guidelines (GOM), and thorough knowledge of Air Methods policies and procedures.

Essential Functions and Responsibilities:

  • Operates Air Methods aircraft in a safe and legal manner.
  • Completes pre-flight before every flight verifying the aircraft is in an airworthy condition by sign off of Daily Flight Log. Pilots will perform a complete walk around of the aircraft prior to entering the cockpit for flight and upon completion of each flight.
  • Final authority with regard to operations of aircraft and for the safety of passengers, cargo and equipment.
  • Must be thoroughly familiar with all aircraft and medical systems of backup aircraft utilized at operational area and also ensures that the medical flight team is familiar and comfortable with the medical interior and systems.
  • Responsible for completion of required documentation.
  • Able to conduct detailed flight planning with little notice to exacting standards.
  • Participates regularly in Air Methods meetings, activities, projects, committees and community outreach.
  • Performs other duties as assigned.
  • Regular scheduled attendance

Job Requirements:

Qualifications:
To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential function satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. In accordance with applicable laws, Air Methods will provide reasonable accommodations that do not create an undue burden so disabled employees may perform the essential functions of the position.

Education & Experience:

  • Associate’s degree (A.A.) or equivalent from two-year college or technical school and two to five years’ related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience.
  • Bachelor’s degree preferred

Skills:

  • Pilots must have flown in category for a commercial operator or in the military within the previous 24 months
  • Maintains positive interpersonal relationships with colleagues, EMS representatives, hospitals and the public and strives to maintain a friendly and professional working environment

Instrument Flight rules (IFR) Program:

  • 2500 total flight hours with a minimum of 2000 hours in category
  • 1000 hours PIC in category
  • 500 hours of cross-country flight time, 100 hours of night flight time
  • 75 hours of actual or simulated instrument time at least 50 hours which were in flight in an aircraft including 20 hours in actual instrument conditions in category

Certificates, Licenses, Registrations:

  • Commercial & Instrument Rating (for category and class of aircraft)
  • ATP rating in category meets this requirement
  • First OR Second Class FAA Medical certificate required.

Air Methods is an EEO/AA employer. Qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability or protected veteran status.

Salary Range:
Neg-Neg

Relocation:
yes

Travel:

Job Ident #:
Air Methods EMS RW Pilot

Company Overview

Aviation Search Group

11350 Cleveland Gibbs Rd.
Roanoke, Texas 76262 USA
www.aviationsearchgroup.com

Aviation Search Group is a search firm that helps aviation companies hire the right people through a unique search process. We specialize in executive and technical search programs for the aviation industry.

Benefits:
Please inquire.

Source: JSfirm

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6Feb/18Off

(Lifeteam) B206 HEMS Pilot – Kansas

Helicopter Air Ambulance Pilot Bell-206.

Air MD dba Lifeteam •

Emporia, Kansas, USA

Position Type:
Permanent

Jobs at Air MD dba Lifeteam

Job Description:

LifeTeam is an independent Air Medical Transport company utilizing Fixed Wing (Beechcraft C-90, C90B, B200), Helicopters (Bell 206, 407), as well as ground ambulance units.

LifeTeam is headquartered in Newton, Kansas with Fixed Wing Bases in Kansas, Nebraska, Colorado, Texas, and Hawaii.

LifeTeam's Helicopter Bases are located in:

  • Dodge City, Kansas
  • Garden City, Kansas
  • Colby, Kansas
  • Hutchinson, Kansas
  • Emporia, Kansas
  • Hastings, Nebraska

We have an opening for a Bell 206L Helicopter Pilot in Command at our Emporia, Kansas base.

As a Helicopter Pilot in Command with LifeTeam, you will be expected to:

  • Remain safety focused while transporting patients and medical crews
  • Posses a STRONG understanding of FAR’s and operate within Company Policy and applicable FAR’s with minimal supervision
  • Adapt readily to changing situations and exercise consistent good judgement
  • Be comfortable in a single-pilot environment while still working as a member of a team
  • Posses a strong work ethic and get along well with others
  • Communicate well

In return, you can expect

Competitive pay and benefits (Life, Health, and Dental Insurance, 401k, Vacation, Sick Leave and Long Term Disability)

  • 7/7 or 14/14 schedule with housing provided while on-hitch
  • A rewarding career with a genuine company which focuses on Safety, Patient Care, and Employee well-being

Job Requirements:
Experience/ Certifications and Other Qualifications :

  • Minimum requirements
  • 2000 Total time
  • 500 Turbine
  • 100 Night
  • FAA Commercial Rotorcraft Helicopter, Instrument
  • Current Class 2 Medical Certificate
  • Max 220 lb flight ready weight
  • Preference given to applications with
  • 1000+ PIC
  • Bell 206L (or equivalent) experience
  • Recent Civilian EMS Experience

Salary Range:
Neg-Neg

Relocation:

Travel:
Infrequent but possible.

Job Ident #:
Rotor 206 - JSfirm.com

Company Overview

Air MD dba Lifeteam

3445 N. Webb Rd.
Wichita, Kansas 67226 USA
www.lifeteam.us

LifeTeam, a critical care ambulance service, has been caring for Kansans since 2001. LifeTeam is a physician driven company and is considered to be a specialist in the transport medicine arena. Partnering with healthcare providers throughout the Midwest...

Benefits:
The company offers Health Insurance, Dental, Vision, Life Insurance, 401k, PTO, and Long Term Disability

Supported Manufacturers:
Bell Helicopter, King Air

Supported Models:
Bell 206L & 407, King Air C90 & 200

Source: JSfirm

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