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17Sep/17Off

Helicopter VIP Captain – Texas

Employment Opportunity
Richardson Aviation , Captain, Rotary Wing, South Texas, United States
Job Description
This position is accountable for participating as a crewmember, as well as the overall aviation department, in the
safe in-flight control of the company's rotary wing aircraft, as well as all assigned pre- and post-flight
preparations. The incumbent must contribute to the efficiency of the Aviation Department by maintaining
required manuals, FAA required logs, other required operational reports associated with ranch operations, as
well as participate in assigned ancillary projects.
Key attributes include:
• Absolute commitment to safety in all aspects of our operation
• High degree of focus on customer service
• Respect for co-workers and others with whom they interact
• Proven skills with regard to teamwork and cockpit resource management
• Unquestioned integrity
• Clear demonstration of personal accountability
Qualifications
Job Requirements:
• Commercial Pilot rating - Rotorcraft-Helicopter, Airline Transport Pilot preferred
• FAA Second Class Medical Certificate, First Class preferred . Turbine helicopter experience, at least 1500
hours . Experience in Bell or Airbus helicopters desired but not a requirement . Experience in Executive
Transport operations . Experience in extended low altitude operations
• Ability to satisfactorily complete pre-employment drug screening and background security check
• Familiarity with ranch operations a plus ???????
• Job Information:
• Location: South Texas, United States
• Position Title: Captain, Rotary Wing
• Company Name: Richardson Aviation
• Job Function: Pilot - Permanent
• Entry Level: No
• Job Type: Full-Time
• Job Duration: Indefinite
• Min Education: H.S. Diploma/Equivalent . Min Experience: 3-5 Years . Required Travel: 10-25%
To Apply Contact:
Please send resume to:
Molly Kuhn (817)625-1611 (O), (817)626-7093 (F), mkuhn@richav.com

Source: HAI

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17Sep/17Off

B206 Survey Pilot – New Mexico

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Employment Opportunity
Organ Mountain Aviation Co. & Lasen Inc., Helicopter Pilot, Las Cruces, NM
Job Description
Pilot Bell 206 Helicopters performing gas leak detection and right of way assessment.
Qualifications
• Minimum Requirements:
• FAA Commercial Helicopter and Instrument Rating.
• 2nd Class Medical Certificate.
• No FAA Sanctions last five years.
• No Accidents or Incidents Last five years.
• 2500 hours total pilot hours.
• 500 hours total pilot turbine Helicopter.
• "Flying in the Wire and Obstruction Environment Course" by Utilities /Aviation Specialists. Attended in the last 12 months.
To Apply Contact:
Send a Resume by email to jobs@lasen.com
ATTN: JB Behm

Source: HAI

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17Sep/17Off

Flight Standards Pilot – Europe

Flight Standards Pilot
Job Title:Flight Standards Pilot
Job Type:Permanent
Location:Europe, MULTIPLE
Closing date: 29 September 17

Job Description:

Give Your Career a Vertical Lift!
At any given moment, on any given day, a CHC aircraft is in the air somewhere in the world. Whether we're transporting the men and women who keep the world's offshore oil and gas flowing, or taking an injured patient to safety, CHC sets the standard for safety, customer service, modern aircraft and efficiency. This is a billion-dollar business built on the foundation of a strong team spirit in our company and our greatest strength is our motivated and passionate employees. All you have to do is get on board. 

CHC has an opportunity for a bright energetic team player that is looking for a challenging working environment and a fun and dynamic team atmosphere. All you have to do is get on board.

The CHC Standards Pilot will assist the Deputy Director CHC Standards with the development, implementation and maintenance of the flight operations and training standards programme; this programme is designed to ensure that the highest standards of flight proficiency and operational standards are maintained by all CHC pilots at any operating base and during (recurrent) training and checking.

The position is part of the Standards Pilot team and is accountable to the Deputy Director CHC Standards. The role will work in close collaboration with; Senior Manager Flight and Technical Training, Managers Flight Operations (MFOs) and Managers Crew Training (MCTs) of each AOC responsible for delivering safe flight operations to our customers. This specific role is also to assist in the CHC Standards oversight of SAR and EMS operations. :

Responsibilities:
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  • Under the direction of the DD CHC Standards ensure the consistent application of company procedures and to gather objective data to provide timely feedback to Flight Standards on any areas of concern. This post has a focus on SAR and EMS operations. Audit training can be provided up to lead aviation auditor if required.
  • Auditing and assessing the proficiency and effectiveness of flight-crew (line) and flight crew training (sim) on each aircraft type with particular emphasis on flight safety and standardisation across all CHC operations (including those where CHC pilots are employed under alternate operational/ownership structures such as JV and partnership).
  • Auditing and monitoring CHC training programmes according to agreed plans and informing the appropriate Managers Crew Training of any problem areas with proposed action.
  • Carry out the functions of a Flight operational compliance assurance program including the creation of an effective Line Operations Safety Assessment (LOSA) program.
  • Assist regions with the running of LOSA projects at bases i.a.w. the annual CHC LOSA schedule and report i.a.w. ICAO Doc 9803
    Customer:
  • Inform and brief pilots and managers on the visited base regarding the LOSA program, it’s goals and the feedback to the pilots.
  • During base audits, the standard pilots should sample and document sufficient flights with various crew to make a proper assessment of operational compliance assurance.
  • During base audits, review the accuracy and revision status, paying particular attention to those flight and training documents and flight and training aids not subject to other auditing procedures. This should be well coordinated with other audit to prevent duplication.
    Operations:
  • Assessing base operations and making recommendations for any changes to the CHC Standards and AOC.
  • Auditing and monitoring the standards and standardisation of Training Captains by observing their conduct of routine flights.
    Leadership:
  • Play a key role in CHC’s ability to set the standard for safety, helping to maintain our position as world leader.
  • In collaboration with the CHC Standards team review the Flight Data Monitoring (FDM) results per base and will, during audits, advise the MFO and MCT of the specific AOC in possible causes for the events if appropriate and pending the effectiveness of the AOC’s Review Group meeting.
  • Make recommendations regarding the effectiveness of the compliance assurance program (including LOSA and FDM program) to the Deputy Director CHC Standards

    Qualifications & Experience:

  • Sufficient command of written and oral English
  • Basic knowledge of a recognized content management system
  • Team player
  • Strong attention to detail
  • Current S92 type rating would be preferable but other CHC SAR/EMS types will also be considered
  • Able to take direction while participating in a definitive, collaborative work environment
  • Ability to multi-task and maintain order and effectiveness in a complex and fast paced regulatory environment

All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, protected veteran status or status as an individual with a disability.

Closing date for this position will be 29th September 2017

Please apply ONLINE at www.chcheli.com to be considered for this position.

All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, protected veteran status or status as an individual with a disability. We thank all candidates for their interest, however, only those who meet the qualifications will be contacted. Sorry, no phone calls please!</operational

Source: CHC Job Postings

17Sep/17Off

Deputy Manager Flight Operations – Ireland

Deputy Manager Flight Operations
Job Title:Deputy Manager Flight Operations
Job Type:Permanent
Location:Ireland, Ireland
Closing Date: 22 September 17 @ 17:00 hrs

Job Description:

CHC is an Equal Opportunity Employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, veteran status or disability.
At any given moment, on any given day, a CHC aircraft is in the air somewhere in the world. Whether we're transporting the men and women who keep the world's offshore oil and gas flowing, or taking an injured patient to safety, CHC sets the standard for safety, customer service, modern aircraft and efficiency. This is a billion-dollar business built on the foundation of a strong team spirit in our company and our greatest strength is our motivated and passionate employees. All you have to do is get on board. 

CHC has an opportunity for a Deputy Manager Flight Operations working in a Dynamic and challenging environment. This role will be based in Dublin, Ireland.

Primary Accountability . Responsible for the assisting the MFO CHC Ireland in the Strategic delivery and management of Flight Operations in Ireland and accountability as deputy nominated person Flight Operations. This role acts as the CHC Ireland Standards pilot. Reports daily to the MFO CHC Ireland and regular to CHC Ireland AOC Accountable Manager and the Base Manager CHC Ireland.

Responsibilities

  • Assumes legal accountability as the assigned deputy post holder to assure the safe conduct of all flight operations executed under the AOC in accordance with the Operations Manuals and the Ops specifications of the AOC. Will be required to represent company to the regulator, government bodies and customers as required.
  • Responsible for the overall leadership of all Managerial direct reports and is a visible and passionate leader who provides clarity and focus for his/her team
  • Accountable to the MFO CHC Ireland for the implementation and compliance assurance of the CHC corporate harmonized flight operations standards, procedures and FDM handling within CHC Ireland.
  • Develops highly effective and productive relationships with key stakeholders whether they are internal (at a global, regional and in country level and particularly with the regional management team) and externally (regulators, employee groups and trade unions)
  • Leads by example and drives results through a disciplined and focussed approach. Will support all aspects of talent management within his team, this includes the absence management and all efforts to reduce the sickness rate within the department.
  • Continuous focus on the 4 CHC values: simplicity, innovation, collaboration and agility.
  • Ensure that customer flights ops requirements within EMEA are executed in a safe and efficient manner by engaging with the local teams.
  • Engage with IR Regulator and ensures CHC compliance with all appropriate rules and regulations including EASA OPS across regional responsibility.
  • Champion of cohesive change and a visible leader of all global and regional initiatives in relation to Safety, business KPI’s, people, finance and a relentless advocate of integrity at all levels
  • A visible safety champion who will challenge unsafe acts and pursue improvements in safety culture and behaviour
  • Responsible for assisting the MFO CHC Ireland for the implementation of the CHC Safety
  • Management System as it relates to Flight Operations.
  • Active participant in AOC Occurrence Review Boards, FDM program and all audits.
  • Active ambassador for implementing continuous improvement programs on flight operations & training based on feedback and input from FDM, LOSA and audits.
  • Active participator in the Occurrence Review Boards in resolving operational issues.
  • Active contributor to the business planning and budgeting processes, educating the direct report teams on the desired results and periodically assess the performance versus actual, identify any deviations and measures to address this effectively, all this to be done in close liaison with the regional assigned MFO and the SAR Ireland Base Manager.
  • Candidate is expected to fulfill an average of 40 SAR duties as SAR Co-Pilot or SAR Commander per annum distributed across the 4 bases subject to work load and other commitments.
  • Plus may perform other duties as assigned.

    Education and Experience

  • Previous command experience as a SAR pilot
  • Previous NVIS and EMS experience (preferred)
  • Credible leader capacities, preferable with experience and results at middle and senior management level
  • Excellent interpersonal skills with the confidence to influence all internal stakeholders and external bodies recognising cultural, legal and regional diversity
  • Strong communication, planning and organisational skills, good delegation skills while keeping accountability.
  • Comprehensive understanding of key business drivers from both an operational and commercial perspective
  • Applicant shall meet or capable of meeting within 3 months after assignment the requirements as set out in EASA ORO.AOC.135(a) and appropriate AMC and GMs
  • Practical experience and expertise ISMS and in the application of aviation safety standards and safe operating practices;
  • Comprehensive knowledge of: i. the applicable EU safety regulations and any associated requirements and procedures; ii. the AOC holder's operations specifications; and iii. Commercial SAR procedures and current industry best practices; and iv. the need for, and content of, the relevant parts of the AOC holder's operations manual;
  • Relevant work experience of which at least 2 years should be from the commercial aeronautical industry in an appropriate position.

    Working Conditions

  • Based in Ireland at Dublin Base
  • Very regular domestic travel within Ireland
  • International travel may be required.

    As a part of CHC's commitment to career development, all employees are welcome to apply to any job that interests them. Employees are expected to be performing to expectations in their current role for a period of at least 1 year. Please ensure that your direct line manager, has approved your application to be considered for this role. Closing Date: 22 September 17 @ 17:00 hrs Please apply ONLINE at www.chcheli.com

Source: CHC Job Postings

15Sep/17Off

AS350 Aerial Work/VRLL Pilot – Australia

Osborne Aviation is seeking a motivated helicopter pilot to join our team in beautiful Tasmania on a full-time basis. The successful applicant will conduct fire-fighting operations, precision long line operations and some general charter/tour work.

The role is based in Northern Tasmania, with travel required throughout Australia for contract work as required.

Essential qualification and experience:
• CASA commercial helicopter licence CPL(H)
• Class 1 Medical
• Low level rating and sling endorsement
• Minimum 2000 hours total flight experience
• Minimum 300 hours AS350
• High level of competence in firefighting and vertical reference flying including 100ft and 150ft long line
• Emotional intelligence and ability to manage customers

Would be Beneficial:
• Remote area operations experience
• Agricultural Rating and aerial application experience
• Forestry Aerial Application Experience
• B206L experience
• 200hrs conducting fire fighting water bombing (bucket)
• Current DG and First Aid Certificate
• Current “CRM in the Wire Environment” Course

To apply please email a copy of your CV, including a flight hour breakdown and flying references, to the Operations Manager at admin@osborneaviation.com.

Source: Helicopter Pilot-Tasmania | Helicopter Pilot Jobs

10Sep/17Off

AW169/189/B412 Offshore First Officers – United Arab Emirates

We are currently seeking First Officers who will report directly to the Offshore Chief Pilot Rotary Wing and will be responsible for the safe and economic operation and management of aircraft carrying passengers and / or freight under the rules and regulations of the Company Operations Manual, National and International Regulatory Authorities and Air Legislation. These positions are based within Gulf region, touring contracts with the possibility of rotating from one base to another.

Required candidate profile:

Essential Criteria

  • Minimum one of the following ratings and experience: AW169, AW139, AW189, B412 - (valid 6 months)
  • 2000+ hours Total Helicopter Time
  • 200+ hours Multi Engine Turbine Time
  • 100+ hours on Type or Similar (last flown type within last 6 months)
  • 100+ hours IFR
  • 100+ hours Night Flying
  • 500+ hours Offshore Flying
  • 100+ hours EMS Flying
  • ICAO / EASA / FAA or GCAA ATPL Licence (valid 6 months)
  • Accident Free History
  • Class 1 Medical – unrestricted (valid 6 months)
  • English Language Proficiency Certificate (Level 4+)
  • Multi Crew Cooperation Course
  • HUET, CRM, Dangerous Goods, Basic First Aid, Basic Fire Fighting, Aviation Security

Desirable Criteria

  • LTC / TRE / TRI Qualification
  • Underslung Qualification (Rotary Wing)
  • Glass Cockpit Experience
  • Wheeled Landing Gear Experience
  • Multi Rating from the following: AW109, AW139, AW169, AW189, B412 or similar

Personal Attributes

  • Operational Mindset
  • Effective communication skills
  • Safety conscious
  • Flexible attitude
  • Flexible to operate from various bases around the Gulf Region
  • Ability to work under pressure & tight deadline
  • Ability to work under extreme hot weather
  • Excellent team player

Source: Welcome to Falcon Aviation Careers

10Sep/17Off

AW169/189/B412 Offshore Captains – United Arab Emirates

We are currently seeking Captains who will report directly to the Offshore Chief Pilot Rotary Wing and will be responsible for the safe and economic operation and management of aircraft carrying passengers and / or freight under the rules and regulations of the Company Operations Manual, National and International Regulatory Authorities and Air Legislation. These positions are based within Gulf region, touring contracts with the possibility of rotating from one base to another.

Required candidate profile:

Essential Criteria

  • Experienced and current on at least one of the following ratings: AW169, AW189, B412 or similar (valid 6 months)
  • 5000+ Hours Total Helicopter Time
  • 2500+ Hours as PIC
  • 1000+ Hours Multi Engine Turbine Time
  • 500+ Hours on Type or Similar (last flown type within last 6 months)
  • 250+ Hours IFR
  • 250+ hours Night Flying
  • 500+ hours Offshore Flying
  • 250+ hours EMS Flying
  • ICAO / EASA / FAA or GCAA ATPL Licence (valid 6 months)
  • Accident Free History
  • Class 1 Medical – unrestricted (valid 6 months)
  • English Language Proficiency Certificate (Level 4+)
  • Multi Crew Cooperation Course
  • HUET, CRM, Dangerous Goods, Basic First Aid, Basic Fire Fighting, Aviation Security

Desirable Criteria

  • LTC / TRE / TRI Qualification
  • Underslung Qualification (Rotary-Wing)
  • Glass Cockpit Experience
  • Wheeled Landing Gear Experience
  • Multi Rating from the following: AW109, AW139, AW169, AW189, B412 or similar

Personal Attributes

  • Operational Mindset
  • Effective communication skills
  • Safety conscious
  • Flexible attitude
  • Flexible to operate from various bases around the Gulf Region
  • Ability to work under pressure & tight deadline
  • Ability to work under extreme hot weather
  • Excellent team player

Source: Welcome to Falcon Aviation Careers

2Sep/17Off

EC135/145 HEMS Pilot – Scotland

HEMS / Air Ambulance Pilot
Babcock International - Inverness
Babcock International
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An exciting opportunity to join Babcock Mission Critical Services Onshore (BMCSO), a leading provider of mission-critical helicopter services to the air ambulance, police and offshore sectors. BMCSO provides world-class operations to our customers helping them to save lives and protect communities every day.

Our fleet of 30 helicopters from bases across England, Wales, Scotland and Ireland has been providing dedicated air ambulance support for more than 20 years and our police helicopters have been supporting UK communities for almost a decade. BMCSO constantly invests in new aircraft, equipment and training to ensure the consistent capability to deliver safe, dependable operational excellence at all times.

Headquartered in Staverton, Gloucestershire, BMCSO is a leading provider of aviation services for mission-critical operations across ten countries. BMCSO is part of Babcock International Group, a global provider of critical asset, infrastructure and training support to many sectors including emergency services, energy and defence.

Responsibilities BMCSO currently operate EC135 and EC145 aircraft in a variety of roles. The position as an Inverness pilot offers varied and challenging flying across Scotland in the HEMS and Air Ambulance role. The successful candidate will be required to maintain the highest standards of professional expertise and safety throughout the conduct of this challenging role. The role requires an individual to live reside within 45 minutes / 25 miles of Inverness Airport and will work a mixed roster of 4 on/4 off and, as required, on a flexible roster to cover duties at the base.

Qualifications & Requirements Minimum requirements for candidates for this position are:
Hold an EASA ATPL(H) or CPL(H) + IR
Experience required:
1000 hours pilot in command of aircraft of which 500 hours is pilot in command on twin turbine helicopters; or
1000 hours as co-pilot in HEMS/Police operations of which 500 hours is as pilot in command under supervision and 100 hours pilot in command of twin turbine helicopters.
2000 hours minimum total helicopter experience.
500 hours operating experience in twin turbine helicopters in an operational environment similar to the intended operation.
20 hours VFR at night as pilot in command.
Candidates would also ideally:
Be qualified and instrument rated on both the EC135 and EC145.
Have current or recent HEMS experience.
Have experience of NVIS operations.

Security BPSS

Application Information If you would like to apply for this position, please provide a copy of your CV together with a covering letter to Pilot.Recruitment2@babcockinternational.com no later than 15 September 2017

If your application is of interest to us we will normally contact you within two weeks of receiving your CV. If you are not contacted within this period, please do not re-submit your CV.

Source:

https://www.indeed.co.uk/m/viewjob?jk=ae2ec8542293a15f

 

2Sep/17Off

Helicopter Ground/Simulator Instructor

Job Details
Helicopter Ground/Simulator Instructor

 

Ref 17382
Country United States
State / Province Louisiana
Category Helicopter

 

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

Responsible for accomplishment of aviation instruction to pilots consisting of ground school and simulator training for Initial, Recurrent or generic aircraft training courses. Measure training progress of Customers (students), objectively and subjectively, within the established aeronautical curriculum.
Training tasks will include Lesson Planning, Classroom and Simulator set-up, upkeep of current aviation publications and instructional training materials, acting as Second-In-Command pilot in multi-crew simulator situations, as needed, evaluate Customer’s progress and performance, issues and problems, prepare necessary documents and reports, as required.
Participate in FlightSafety’s Learning Center’s Safety Management System (SMS) activities including: supporting and promoting the safety culture. Reporting all aviation safety-related issues via the feedback system, and adhering to the processes related to accomplishing SMS goals.
Occasional travel may be required.

 

EDUCATION, EXPERIENCE & CERTIFICATIONS

Associate's degree (A.A.) from a two-year college or technical school preferred, or three (3) years' related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience; equivalency years’ experience substitution must be in related field.
Experience in aircraft type and or type rating a plus but not required. FlightSafety will type applicant if selected.
To join the FlightSafety team as a pilot instructor to provide ground and simulator training you must have:
Airline Transport Pilot Certificate (ATP) if teaching on a type rating aircraft. A total pilot time of 2,000 hours or more is preferred but not required.
Commercial Pilot Certificate with Instrument Rating if teaching on an aircraft not requiring a type rating. A total pilot time of 1,000 hours or more is preferred.
Certified Flight Instructor (CFI) rating or Aviation Ground Instructor Certificate (AGI) with an Instrument rating or prior experience. Acceptable prior experience includes military pilot instructor or pilot instructor in a Part 142, 135 or 121 operations.
A Medical Certificate is not required unless training or instructing in the actual aircraft.
Note: All FlightSafety instructors will be hired to instruct both aviation ground school and simulator training thus the higher qualification requirements of simulator instruction are stated. Qualifications are stated in terms of Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) ratings however equivalent ratings issued by another country’s aviation authority are accepted (examples: EASA, JAA, DGCA, CAAC). Currency in ratings is not required.

 

SKILLS & ABILITIES

Excellent fluency in English, through both verbal and written communications; able to speak, understand, read and write.
Must be an excellent listener and presenter in order to meet and exceed the Customer’s expectations during the training process.
Ability to read, write and/or speak a foreign language may be helpful in some Centers, where applicable.
IBM PC and/or compatible computer with printer; various standard office equipment
General knowledge of: MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook. Database: MS Access, preferred.

 

The Individual

Join a team dedicated to enhancing aviation safety. FlightSafety offers you the ability to be home with your family, competitive salary, excellent benefits, and stability as demonstrated by our 65 years in business.

Additional Website Text

FlightSafety is an Equal Opportunity Employer: Minority/Female/Disabled/Veteran.

Source: http://us1.i-grasp.com/fe/tpl_flightsafety01.asp?newms=jj&id=73119&newlang=9

 

30Aug/17Off

[Repost] AW139 Pilots – Portugal

Looking for AW139 PILOTS

• Helicopter Pilots EASA License, AW139 valid Type Rating, HUET Current and Offshore experience

• Available to start on 8th September 2017

Please apply us for more details of this exciting opportunity with copy of CV and EASA License to: careers@heliportugal.pt

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