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R44 Flight Instructor – United Arab Emirates

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First Name: Sehaam
Last Name: Al Zaabi

Email:
hr.fujaa@fng.ae

Job title or subject:
Helicopter Instructor

Job details or message:
The Candidate should hold EASA or FAA CPL, IR (H) Licenses. CFI with R-44 rating.

Provide theoretical and flight training to the students pilots.

Source: Inbox – fthirud@gmail.com

14Feb/18Off

UH-1/B206/R44 Aerial Work Pilot – Oregon

Helicopter Pilot

Baker Aircraft •

Baker City, Oregon, USA

Position Type:
Permanent

Jobs at Baker Aircraft

Job Description:

Looking for a full time line pilot for various helicopter activities such as firefighting with a bucket and longline, charter, big game surveys, predator control and animal capture.

Job Requirements:

Job requirements call for an experienced long line pilot with a minimum of 1500 hours flight time. Preference given to pilots who have a current USFS card or have been carded in the past with at least 50 hours in the UH-1H, 50 hours in the Bell 206 L1 and Robinson R44II type of helicopters.

Salary Range:
Neg-Neg

Relocation:

Travel:
Yes

Job Ident #:

Company Overview

Baker Aircraft

43769 Heilner Drive
Baker City, Oregon 97814 USA
www.bakeraircraft.com

We are a Fixed and Rotor wing part 135 charter company that has a variety of aircraft on fire contracts in the Northwest.

Benefits:
TBD

Supported Manufacturers:
Bell, Cessna, Robinson, Commander

Supported Models:

Source: JSfirm

Filed under: All jobs, USA Comments Off
14Feb/18Off

AW189 Offshore Pilots – Norway

JOB ADVERTISEMENT

 

Helicopter Pilot at Vici Helicopter AS

 

Vici Helicopter AS provides offshore helicopter transportation services in support of offshore oil and gas activities on the demanding Norwegian continental shelf.

We are searching for experienced helicopter pilots interested in being part of our upcoming flight operations from Bergen, Stavanger or Kristiansund. The operations will be performed with an AW189 and planned to commence in May/June 2018.

 

Responsible and Committed

 

We require colleagues to be highly professional, self-motivated, flexible, take responsibility and have a problem solving attitude, while continuously focusing on safe operations.

 

Place of work

 

Predominantly Bergen, but operations for longer or shorter periods out of other locations must be expected.

 

Responsibilities

 

  • Flight operations from various bases
  • Administrative tasks supporting operational department
  • Contribution to organisation’s safety management system

Qualifications

 

The following minimum qualifications are required:

  • EASA ATPL (H) or CPL(H) with current IR
  • ATPL theory
  • 1st class medical
  • Minimum 1.000 flight hours on helicopters
  • North Sea offshore experience is an advantage

 

We will prioritize pilots with AW189 type rating.

 

Language requirements: Norwegian speaking and English – verbal and written.

 

Contact details

 

If you are can identify with the above, please express your interest by filling in the on-line application.

In the cover letter we ask that you include your availability date or termination period along with two-three references’ contact details.

We await your application until February 28, 2018. The selection process depends on the number of application submitted and may take up to 2 months.

Source: Vici » pilot

14Feb/18Off

AW189 Offshore TRE – Norway

JOB ADVERTISEMENT

 

TRI/TRE at Vici Helicopter AS

 

Vici Helicopter AS provides offshore helicopter transportation services in support of offshore oil and gas activities on the demanding Norwegian continental shelf.

We are currently recruiting an experienced helicopter TRE to support the company’s training department.

 

Responsible and Committed

 

We require colleagues to be highly professional, self-motivated, flexible, take responsibility and have a problem solving attitude, while continuously focusing on Safe Operations.

 

Place of work

 

Predominantly Bergen, but operations for longer or shorter periods out of other locations must be expected.

 

Responsibilities

 

  • Provide support to Crew Training Manager
  • Provide required training to flight crew
  • Ensure that all personnel comply with initial and re-current training requirements
  • Maintain training records
  • Flight Operations from various locations
  • Administrative tasks supporting operational department
  • Contribution to organisation’s Safety Management  System

 

Qualifications

 

The following minimum qualifications are required:

  • EASA ATPL (H)
  • TRI/TRE rating
  • 1st class medical
  • Thorough knowledge of aviation, offshore operations and regulations

 

AW189 rating will be a strong advantage.

 

Experience requirements:

 

Min. 5 years offshore helicopter operations, preferably in the Norwegian sector of the North Sea.

 

Language requirements:

  • English – verbal and written
  • Preferably Norwegian

The candidate is also expected to exhibit the following qualities and skills:

  • Professional and mature attitude
  • Instructors/teaching skills
  • Human resource management skills
  • Innovative and intelligent approach
  • Cooperative team player within an evolving business organization
  • Ability to work cooperatively in culturally diverse environments

Contact details
If you can identify with the above, please express your interest by filling in the on-line application.
In the cover letter we ask that you include your availability date or termination period along with two-three references’ contact details.
We await your application until February 23rd, 2018

Source: Vici » tritre

14Feb/18Off

AS350 Base Pilot – Alberta

Base Pilot – Fort McMurray (AB)

Canadian Helicopters Limited •

Fort McMurray, Alberta, Canada

Position Type:
Permanent

Jobs at Canadian Helicopters Limited

Job Description:

We are looking for a permanent Pilot with the following qualifications:

  • Valid Transport Canada Commercial Rotary-wing License;
  • Minimum of 1000 hours of Rotary-wing experience;
  • Endorsement on AS350;
  • Vertical reference experience would be considered an asset.

We would like to hear from you if you possess the above technical skills and below qualifiers:

  • Good communication skills (English);
  • Team player;
  • Positive attitude;
  • Driven to succeed;
  • Customer focused;
  • Ability to accept non-flight activities related to the operation.

Compensation: We offer a competitive compensation program such as: flexible benefits program, complete dental and medical protection, life insurance, short and long-term disability insurance and pension plan. Remote living allowance and partial relocation assistance may be provided under certain conditions.

Job Requirements:

Salary Range:
Neg-Neg

Relocation:

Travel:

Job Ident #:

Company Overview

Canadian Helicopters Limited

1215 Montée Pilon
Les Cèdres, Quebec J7T 1G1 Canada
www.canadianhelicopters.com

By every measure - safety record, performance and experience - Canadian Helicopters is a leader in the helicopter services industry.

We are the largest helicopter transportation services company operating in Canada with a network of 26 strategically...

Benefits:
Canadian Helicopters fosters a culture that embraces the highest standards of quality, safety and excellence that is evident through our practices, our procedures and our people. With over 500 employees operating from 26 bases nation wide, Canadian promotes long-term relationships with our employees through:

Competitive and extensive benefits package

Comprehensive pension plan

Flexible crew scheduling

Continuing education and professional development programs

Opportunities for advancement

Open lines of communicationSupported Manufacturers:Bell, Eurocopter, Sikorsky, AirbusSupported Models:206, EC120B, AS350BA, B407, AS355F2, S76A, B212, S61N

Source: JSfirm

Filed under: All jobs, Canada 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

Filed under: HEMS USA Comments Off
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

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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

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14Feb/18Off

[Update] [Mil] S3 Inc. Multiple Pilot Positions – CONUS/International

S3 Inc.

615 Discovery Drive
Huntsville, Alabama 35806
USA
www.s3inc.com

Benefits:
Outstanding Benefits!
Services:
Systems Studies and Simulation (S3) is a premier provider of aviation training and maintenance services with focus on advanced airframes such as the Apache, Blackhawk, Chinook and the PC-12NG ISR Platform. Currently, the company has accumulated over 173,000 hours training in advanced aircraft and over 178,000 hours in simulators. Emphasis is given to hiring highly qualified, experienced instructors to work within our FAA Safety Management System (SMS) resulting in an outstanding safety record. S3 holds several FAA 14 CFR Certificates including a Part 145 Repair Station Certificate and through a partnership with Skyline Columbus, a Part 141 Flight School Certificate. Currently, it provides aviation training and maintenance to US Government entities across the Continental US as well as for Partner Nations overseas, the latter through its wholly owned subsidiary, S3 International (S3I). The S3 companies strive to provide high quality, best value services to all government and commercial customers, operating in 35 states and fifty locations worldwide.
Supported Manufacturers:
We love to hire VETERANS ... Hiring Pilots and Crew for most all Army Aviation Platforms!

AH-64D/E, OH-58D, CH-47F, UH-60A/L/M, and many more!

Current Job Openings at S3 Inc.:

Job - Pilot-Rotary Wing - AH-64D Instructor Pilot

Fort Rucker, Alabama USA
Job - Pilot-Rotary Wing - AH-64D IP/IE - $5,000 SIGN ON BONUS AVAILABLE!

Fort Hood, Texas USA
Job - Pilot-Rotary Wing - CH-47D/F IP/IE - $5,000 SIGN ON BONUS AVAILABLE!

Fort Hood, Texas USA
Job - Pilot-Rotary Wing - AH-64D Instructor Pilot

Fort Rucker, Alabama USA
Job - Pilot-Rotary Wing - UH-60 V/M BAT (Blackhawk Aviation Trainer)

Tulsa, Oklahoma USA
Job - Pilot-Rotary Wing - CH-47F TFPS Instructor Operator

Meridian, Mississippi USA
Job - Pilot-Rotary Wing - UH-72A SFTS Instructor 

Little Rock, Arkansas USA
Job - Pilot-Rotary Wing - UH-72A SFTS Instructor

Aberdeen Proving Ground, Maryland USA
Job - Pilot-Rotary Wing - UH-60M Maintenance Test Pilot* 2721

Riyadh, Ar Riyad Saudi Arabia, International International
Job - Pilot-Rotary Wing - UH-60M Instructor Pilot* 2720

Riyadh, Ar Riyad Saudi Arabia, International International
Job - Pilot-Rotary Wing - Bell 406 Maintenance Test Pilot* 2729

Riyadh, Ar Riyad Saudi Arabia, International International
Job - Pilot-Rotary Wing - Bell 406 Instructor Pilot* 2730

Riyadh, Ar Riyad Saudi Arabia, International International
Job - Pilot-Rotary Wing - Schweizer 333 Maintenance Test Pilot* 2731

Riyadh, Ar Riyad Saudi Arabia, International International
Job - Pilot-Rotary Wing - Schweizer 333 Instructor Pilot* 2732

Riyadh, Ar Riyad Saudi Arabia, International International
Job - Pilot-Rotary Wing - AH-64E Maintenance Test Pilot* 2723

Riyadh, Ar Riyad Saudi Arabia, International International

Source: S3 Inc.

14Feb/18Off

[Mil] Vinnell Arabia – Saudi Arabia

Vinnell Arabia

2340 Dulles Corner Blvd.
Herndon, Virginia 20171
USA
www.vinnellarabia.com

Benefits:
TBD
Services:
Vinnell Arabia is the leader in U.S. military doctrine-based training, logistics, and support services inside Saudi Arabia. We answer our customer’s requirements perfectly throughout the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and have done so for over 40 years. With over 1,250 highly experienced employees Kingdom-wide, over half of whom are Saudi nationals, we provide a unique knowledge-base of experience and talent.

Current Contractor Openings at Vinnell Arabia:

Job - Pilot-Rotary Wing - Instructor Pilot (IP) AH-64E

Riyadh, Ar Riyad Saudi Arabia, International International
Job - Pilot-Rotary Wing - UH-60M Maintenance Test Pilot

Riyadh, Ar Riyad Saudi Arabia, International International
Job - Pilot-Rotary Wing - AH-6I Maintenance Test Pilot

Riyadh, Ar Riyad Saudi Arabia, International International
Job - Pilot-Rotary Wing - AH-64E Maintenance Test Pilot

Riyadh, Ar Riyad Saudi Arabia, International International

Source: Vinnell Arabia

13Feb/18Off

B212 Off-/Onshore Copilot – Alaska

First Officer Bell 212

Above & Beyond Aviation Inc. •

Anchorage, Alaska, USA

Position Type:
Permanent

Jobs at Above & Beyond Aviation Inc.

Job Description:

Full Time First Officer on Bell 212 Helicopter. 21 Days ON / 21 Days OFF Duty Cycle. Based in Kenai, Alaska flying support to offshore to oil and gas platforms and land based oil and gas operations. Above & Beyond Aviation Inc. is a contractor to Hilcorp Alaska LLC.

Job Requirements:
FAA ATP-Rotary Wing Preferred
FAA Commercial & Instrument - Rotary Wing - Required
FAA 1st Class Medical Certificate
1000 Hours Total Time - Preferred

Salary Range:
$ 60,000-$ 70,000

Relocation:
N/A

Travel:
Within Alaska

Job Ident #:

Company Overview

Above & Beyond Aviation Inc.

1120 Huffman Rd, Ste24
Anchorage, Alaska 99515 USA

Pilot Services

Source: JSfirm

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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

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13Feb/18Off

MD500/520/600 Utility VRLL Pilots – Virginia

Utility Pilot/ Long Line Pilots

High Line Helicopters LLC •

Gainesville, Virginia, USA

Position Type:
Permanent

Jobs at High Line Helicopters LLC

Job Description:

High Line Helicopters LLC is looking for qualified utility pilots for FAR 91 and 133 operations. Experience with MD500D/E, MD520N, MD600N aircraft and VRLL experience required. Wire environment and HEC experience preferred.
Successful candidates should possess a minimum of 2500 flight hours, have the ability to operate aircraft in safe and efficient manner, comply with all mandated regulations and provide clients with courteous, efficient, and reliable service. Strong coordination skills, ability to work in a team environment and high regard for safety issues required.

Job Requirements:

Please email your CV to info@highlinehelicopters.com if you are interested in applying for this position. Thank you for inquiring.

Salary Range:
Neg-Neg

Relocation:
N/A

Travel:
3 weeks on/ 3 weeks off

Job Ident #:

Company Overview

High Line Helicopters LLC

7371 Atlas Walk Way
#636
Gainesville, Virginia 20155 USA
www.highlinehelicopters.com/

Airborne Power Line Services

Benefits:
Competitive Salary, Employer Paid Health Insurance, Paid Travel and Per Diem.

Supported Manufacturers:
MD, HUGHES, BEECHCRAFT

Supported Models:

Source: JSfirm

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12Feb/18Off

Utility Helicopter Pilot – Alaska

Helicopter Pilot

Vertical Solutions, LLC •

Valdez, Alaska, USA

Position Type:
Permanent

Jobs at Vertical Solutions, LLC

Job Description:

VSHelicopters is seeking a qualified and experienced utility pilot for our base in Valdez, Alaska. We operate an AS350B2, an R66 and 2 R44's. We fly a variety of missions including remote construction, geology, telecommunications support, search and rescue, and scenic tours. Most of our work is near our home base, however a few remote jobs come up each year away from base. It's the best of both worlds...a mix of different flying missions plus coming home most nights...a few remote field jobs during the summer.

Job Requirements:

Min Pilot Qualifications:

  • 1500 PIC
  • Alaska or remote experience
  • Proficient long line experience, 133 carded
  • 180 flight weight or less
  • OAS cardable
  • Customer Service skills
  • Able to legally work in U.S.
  • Able to relocate to Valdez, Alaska

Email resumes to the Chief Pilot: Leigh@VSHelicopters.com with the subject line "2018 pilot resume" Include your flight weight in your resume.

Pay is DOE and there may be other positions to fill. Will look at all resumes

Salary Range:
Neg-Neg

Relocation:

Travel:

Job Ident #:

Company Overview

Vertical Solutions, LLC

P.O. Box 3485
Valdez, Alaska 99686 USA
www.vshelicopters.com

Vertical Solutions is a locally owned and operated Helicopter Air Charter Service in Valdez, Alaska. We are proud to be able to support our small community‘s growing needs. We specialize in remote construction, telecommunications support, scenic glacier...

Benefits:
TBD

Supported Manufacturers:
Robinson

Supported Models:
R44/R66

Source: JSfirm

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12Feb/18Off

Helicopter Firefighting Pilots – Spain

Job description

En Babcock MCS España tenemos la necesidad de incorporar diferentes perfiles de Comandante Pilotos de Refuerzo en Instrucción (PRI), para diferentes bases a lo largo de todo el territorio Español.

Los interesados pueden dirigirse a la dirección: seleccion@babcockinternational.com, indicando el nombre (o los nombre en el caso de estar interesado en más de una) de la vacante a la que desea optar, y adjuntando copia de: Currículum Vitae, Licencia, 3 últimas hojas del Logbook, Reconocimiento Médico, Certificado LCI, Competencia Lingüística y Certificados de experiencia aeronáútica en otras empresas.

NOTA: No  se podrán tener en cuenta las candidaturas que no adjunten copia de toda la documentación detallada en el párrafo anterior.

COMANDANTEPrincipales responsabilidades:

El Comandante es el responsable principalmente de:

  • la seguridad de la aeronave, de todos los miembros de la tripulación, personal operativo y especialista y de la carga a bordo durante las operaciones de la aeronave.
  • el inicio, continuación, finalización o desvío de un vuelo.
  • asegurar que se cumple con las listas de chequeo y procedimientos operacionales según lo especificado en el manual aplicable.

PRI. Principales responsabilidades:

  • Deberá conocer perfectamente los procedimientos e instrucciones del helicóptero para operar de manera segura.
  • Asistirá al piloto al mando en todo lo necesario para la preparación desarrollo y finalización del vuelo.

A continuación detallamos los requisitios mínimos y valorables para cada vacante:

COMANDANTE AS350 B3

Requisitos Mínimos:

  • Estar en posesión de la habilitación AS350 (B3).
  • Tener en vigor el reconocimiento médico.
  • Estar en posesión del certificado de aptitud en la actividad LCI para la categoría correspondiente.
  • Competencia lingüística 4 (o superior) en español.
  • 500h. de piloto al mando en helicópteros.

Requisitos Valorables:

    • Podrá ser evaluado un piloto que sin estar en posesión de la habilitación AS350 (B3), cumpla el resto de requisitos para un modelo diferente.
    • Experiencia en campañas de incendios.
    • 1.200 horas de vuelo totales, de las que 1.000 corresponderán a helicóptero de turbina.
    • 600 horas de vuelo como Comandante, de las que 500 corresponderán a helicóptero de turbina.
    • 300 horas de vuelo en campañas de defensa contra incendios forestales.

COMANDANTE B407

Requisitos Mínimos:

  • Estar en posesión de la habilitación B407.
  • Tener en vigor el reconocimiento médico.
  • Estar en posesión del certificado de aptitud en la actividad LCI para la categoría correspondiente.
  • Competencia lingüística 4 (o superior) en español.
  • Al menos 500 horas de piloto al mando en helicópteros, 100 horas de experiencia en el modelo (o en otros de similares características) y 50 en incendios.

Requisitos Valorables:

  • Podrá ser evaluado un piloto que sin estar en posesión de la habilitación B407, cumpla el resto de requisitos para un modelo diferente.
  • Experiencia en campañas de incendios.

COMANDANTE B412

Requisitos Mínimos:

  • Estar en posesión de la habilitación B412/SP.
  • Tener en vigor el reconocimiento médico.
  • Estar en posesión del certificado de aptitud en la actividad LCI para la categoría correspondiente.
  • Competencia lingüística 4 (o superior) en español.
  • Al menos 500 horas de piloto al mando en helicópteros, 100 horas de experiencia en el modelo (o en otros de similares características).
  • 300 horas en experiencia de incendios. Este requisito se podrá reducir a 200 horas siempre que tenga una experiencia de 100 horas en el modelo.

Requisitos Valorables:

  • Podrá ser evaluado un piloto que sin estar en posesión de la habilitación B412/SP, cumpla el resto de requisitos para un modelo diferente.
  • Experiencia en campañas de incendios.
  • Competencia lingüística en inglés.

PRI B412

Requisitos Mínimos:

  • CPL (H) con al menos 70 horas de piloto al mando o haber superado los conocimientos teóricos para una ATPL(H).
  • Tener en vigor el reconocimiento médico.
  • Competencia lingüística 4 (o superior) en español.

Requisitos Valorables:

  • Podrá ser evaluado un piloto que sin estar en posesión de la habilitación B412, cumpla el resto de requisitos para un modelo diferente.
  • Experiencia en campañas de incendios.
  • Estar en posesión de la habilitación B412/SP.
  • Estar en posesión del certificado de aptitud en la actividad LCI para la categoría correspondiente.
  • Competencia lingüística en inglés nivel 4.

PRI KAMOV

Requisitos Mínimos:

  • CPL (H) con al menos 70 horas de piloto al mando o haber superado los conocimientos teóricos para una ATPL(H).
  • Tener en vigor el reconocimiento médico.
  • Competencia lingüística 4 (o superior) en español.

Requisitos Valorables:

  • Podrá ser evaluado un piloto que sin estar en posesión de la habilitación KAMOV, cumpla el resto de requisitos para un modelo diferente.
  • Experiencia en campañas de incendios.
  • Estar en posesión de la habilitación KAMOV.
  • Estar en posesión del certificado de aptitud en la actividad LCI para la categoría correspondiente.
  • Competencia lingüística en inglés nivel 4.

Source: Babcock España on LinkedIn

12Feb/18Off

Full-Time B206 VRLL Pilot – Alaska

Helicopter Pilot

Egli Air Haul •

King Salmon, Alaska, USA

Position Type:
Permanent

Jobs at Egli Air Haul

Job Description:

Egli Air Haul is seeking a qualified ROTOR-WING PILOT with FAA license, to work for us at our base located in King Salmon, Alaska.

Minimum Pilot Qualifications:

  • Commercial Pilot - Rotorcraft Helicopter
  • Instrument - Helicopter
  • FAA Class II Medical
  • 133-Carded for Class A, B, and C

OAS Carded Pilot Endorsements:

  • Reconnaissance & Surveillance
  • Mountain Flying
  • External Load (Sling)
  • Snow Operations Deep Snow

Minimum Flight Experience Requirements:

  • 1500 hours Total PIC Helicopter
  • 100 hours Turbine Helicopter

Additional Pilot Experience Preferences:

  • Alaska Pilot Flight Experience
  • Current FAA 135 Check Ride
  • OAS/USFS Carded

Requisites of Employment:

  • DOT Drug Testing
  • Background Check including
  • Credit history
  • Drug/alcohol abuse history
  • Driving Record
  • Criminal History

Job Requirements:

Job Skill Requirements include:

  • Day and Night VFR Flight
  • Instrument Flight
  • Vertical Reference Long-Line Operation

Job Duties include:

  • Flying and working out of our base location
  • Flying and working for extended periods from remote field locations
  • Performing Daily and Preflight Inspections on your aircraft
  • Briefing and handling passengers
  • Loading and unloading your aircraft multiple times daily
  • Servicing your aircraft (from fuel trucks, or from field stashes)
  • Cleaning and caring for your aircraft
  • Keeping good and accurate flight records on yourself and your aircraft
  • Performing other duties as assigned

This is a Full-time Year-Round position. Pay DOE.

If interested, contact Sam Egli at 907-246-3554, Fax resume to 907-246-3654, or email to egliair@bristolbay.com

Salary Range:
Neg-Neg

Relocation:

Travel:
Temporary remote jobsite bases during busy season.

Job Ident #:

Company Overview

Egli Air Haul

#2 East Ramp, King Salmon Airport
PO Box 169
King Salmon, Alaska 99613 USA
www.egliair.com/index.html

Egli Air Haul is a commercial helicopter and airplane operator. We perform a wide variety of flight operations, including aircraft charter, aerial photography, and flightseeing. We provide your transportation for outdoor adventures such as catch and release...

Benefits:
TBD

Supported Manufacturers:
Bell, Cessna

Supported Models:
BH-206L-1/C30P, BH-206B3, C-U206G

Source: JSfirm

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12Feb/18Off

Seasonal AS350 Aerial Work Pilots – British Columbia

Lakelse Air Logo NO EGG

To:
Helijobs

First Name: Alex
Last Name: King

Email:
aking@lakelseair.bc.ca

Job title or subject:
Seasonal Pilots

Lakelse Air has recently gone through some change and is under new management! We’re excited about the prospects and opportunities this presents. We’d tell you all about it but we’d rather speak with you directly!

We’re currently looking for drivers for the upcoming season.

The mainstay of our work is in exploration projects in northern BC. We are looking for positive, hardworking and professional individuals with a customer service driven approach who would take pride in joining our team. Lakelse places a high value on safety, training and integrity in all aspects of our operations.

AS350 B2 / SD2 Requirements

2000 hrs PIC rotorcraft

100 hrs PIC on AS350 series

Certified Mountain course or at least 500 hrs mountain flying experience

Competent with vertical reference on AS350 series aircraft

BH06 experience considered an asset but not required

Valid Canadian license, with legal right to live and work in Canada

Preference will be given to those with one or more of the following:

Current BC Hydro CRM course

Greater than 500 hrs total time on AS350 series

Hydro work experience

Visit our website www.lakelseair.com to learn more about our company.

Please submit your resume via email to our Chief Pilot – aking@lakelseair.bc.ca

All applications will be treated in the strictest of confidence.

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11Feb/18Off

HEMS Flight Operations Manager – New Zealand

The Northland Emergency Services Trust (NEST) is a charitable trust established to provide a dedicated emergency rescue helicopter service for the people of Northland.

We provide people in need with an excellent and safe Air Rescue and Ambulance Service, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. By joining us you're making a big difference for the people we help, and for the Northland community.

As the Flight Operations Manager you will report to the CEO and will have the authority and line responsibility to ensure that flight operations are conducted safely and in compliance with the exposition and all other relevant requirements.

Main Responsibilities:

Line flying on NEST EMS services
Managing pilots and flight operations to ensure all activities are conducted in compliance with exposition procedures and relevant safe practices
Liaison with pilots
Leading by example and promoting the Safety Management System
Ensuring all operations and flight records are compiled correctly
Documenting appropriate Flight OPS Instructions
Co-Ordinating with the Standards Pilot and Flight Examiner regarding Training & Checking
Holding regular Safety Meetings
Requiring Incident Procedures are properly carried out
Managing the roster
Other responsibilities designated in the exposition.
Required Skills

Airline Transport Pilot Licence (ATPL), with Instrument Rating
2,000 hours flight time on the category of aircraft to be operated or, equivalent experience in air operations acceptable to the CEO
Excellent verbal and written communications and management skills with record of working well with co-workers.
Excellent computer skills in word processing, spreadsheets, and database applications (Microsoft Office Word, PowerPoint, and Excel)
Excellent liaison skills for coordinating company requirements with the CAA and other government agencies
Strong comprehension skills to quickly adapt and implement changes in a complex and dynamic civil aviation environment
Strong organizational skills and ability to multi-task for assisting management in identifying, assessing, and implementing new flight initiatives

Please submit your CV before March 7th 2018.

Source: NZ HEMS Flight Operations Manager | Helicopter Pilot Jobs

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10Feb/18Off

Precision VRLL Pilots – International

Professional Pilots

Great Slave Helicopters is seeking safety conscientious and Professional Pilots

Successful candidates will be experienced in precision and production Long Line and mountain external load work; highly motivated and a consummate professional in and out of the cockpit. Customer service and job completion in a safe and effective manner are paramount to you.  You are physically fit and capable of lifting heavy objects in what can be harsh environments.

Required Skills and Knowledge

  • Long line
  • 2000+ PIC Helicopter
  • ASTAR, 407, Bell Mediums, BK 117 or any combination of the above type ratings.

Additional Assets

  • Habla Español
  • Experience training Pilots
  • Arctic and Jungle experience
  • Precision, Production Long Line

GSH is a helicopter company with a long standing reputation for safety, and outstanding job completion. We offer a diverse range of specialized services in locations anywhere from the austere beauty of Ellesmere Island to the Patagonian wilderness to the hills of Tasmania. Our fleet of single and twin engine turbine helicopters, along with our team of people who believe in providing exceptional service continue to meet the needs of our customers that rely on helicopters to carry out their trades and public services.

If this sounds like a place you would like to work for, please express your interest by emailing us at hr@gsheli.com.

Source: Professional Pilots | Great Slave Helicopters