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AW139 Captains – Africa


First Name: jean marc
Last Name: INEBRIA


looking for AW139 captains (Africa)

AeroConsulting currently looking for AW139 Captains for long term contract for position based in Africa for off-shore flights.
The position includes working 4/4 weeks rotation depending your availability.
The company will provide accommodation, transport, phone, internet, tickets.
To be considered for this role you must be current AW139 and meet the following requirements:
- ATPL (JAA, EASA license only)
- Medical class 1,
- 3000 hrs TT of flight,
- 1500 hrs as Captain
- 1000 hrs multiEngine
- 500 hrs offshore minimum
- 100 hrs on type
- 500 IFR.
very attractive salary.
Apply to recruitment@aeroconsulting.fr or through our web site www.aeroconsulting.fr

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Ag Pilot – Nebraska


First Name: kevin
Last Name: brummond


ag helicopter pilot needed

need part time ag pilot to spray crops from june to august in a R 44 . At least 200 hours min. experience in ag spraying Located in Tekamah, Nebraska contact kevin by phone 402-838-9035 or email thanks

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The Queen’s Helicopter Captain – United Kingdom

Lord Chamberlain’s Office
Salary Band
£75,500 - £78,500 plus benefits
Hours of work
Approx. 37.5 hours per week, 5 days out of 7
Contract Type
Accommodation available?
Mandatory Requirements
CPL(H) with instrument rating
Class 1 medical
You must be willing to undertake regular travel across the UK and overnight as necessary, have a flexible approach and be willing to take on duties and activities outside your normal responsibilities
Job Description
The Queen’s Helicopter Flight consists of a small team of pilots and ground support personnel operating a privately operated Sikorsky S76 helicopter and an Agusta Westland 109S.

As the Aircraft Captain, you will be responsible for the safe and efficient execution of the flight in accordance with standard procedures. This will encompass all aspects of planning and preparation of the flight, including liaising closely with the Operations Officer to ensure efficient and appropriate use of resources and personnel.
Person Specification
To undertake this role you will have:
• CPL(H) with instrument rating
• Class 1 medical
• S-76 and AW109S type ratings and Corporate/VVIP experience are highly desirable
• The highest operating standards, accuracy, attention to detail and commitment to the task
• Excellent interpersonal and communication skills, with experience of liaising with a wide range of stakeholder
• High levels of initiative and problem solving skills, with the ability to think ahead and act proactively
• Strong administrative and self-organisation abilities, with excellent planning and time management skills
• A flexible and adaptable attitude to work, with an enthusiastic approach to working both individually and as part of a small supportive team
• A willingness to undertake regular travel across the UK and overnight as necessary, and to take on duties and activities outside your normal responsibilities.
Application Closing Date
25 Sep 2014

via the British Monarchy's official web site

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Pilot Bell 206 L4 – Nicaragua

Nicaraguan Helicopter company (HELINICA S.A) is looking for a professional Pilot to fly the Bell 206 L4 with updated certification. Minimum experience of 1,000 hours.

Languages: English and Spanish required.

Ready to move to Nicaragua to update his/her license in the country.

Contract length: minimun 1 year fulltime.

Mimimum flying per month: 60 hours.

Experience in Robinsson R44 is also desirable.

Flying territory: Nicaragua and Central America.

Send documents to: info@helinica.com

via Pilot for Bell 206 L4 in Nicaragua > Helicopter Association International.

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S-92 Captains – Europe

Hillstar Aviation is actively seeking S-92 Captains/Co-Pilots for North Sea operations.

Minimum TT of 2,500 and an EASA/JAA license with a completed MEIR required.

For confidential discussions please call +44 (0) 1423 549 063 or email your CV to steven@hillstar-aviation.co.uk.

via Seeking S-92 Captains > Helicopter Association International.

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Chief Pilot – Australia

Chief Pilot
Precision Helicopters Pty Ltd is a well established and respected helicopter company based in New South Wales. 
There is an opportunity for an experienced, suitably qualified, and motivated Chief Pilot to join the Precision team.
Based in Coffs Harbour and reporting to the Managing Director, the Chief Pilot is responsible for all pilot operations and for maintaining the safety and compliance of all flight operations. Other responsibilities include ensuring the Company’s check and training program is conducted in accordance with CASA requirements, reviewing all processes and policies, maintaining effective working relationships with key internal and external stakeholders, managing pilot administration and overseeing rostering.
The successful candidate will have: 

  • Demonstrated excellent leadership, negotiation and people management skills
  • Extensive aviation knowledge
  • Australian CPL(H)
  • 3,000 hours as Pilot-in-Command
  • 500 hours as Pilot-in-Command of multi-engine aircraft
  • 1,000 hours in turbine powered aircraft
  • Type ratings on Bell 212, Bell 205, BK117, Bell 206, MD500, AS350, Robinson R22 & R44

Desirable Experience

  • Previous experience as a Chief Pilot or Chief Flying Instructor
  • Check and Training  approvals on multi-engine helicopters
  • Knowledge and / or experience in safety and quality systems and risk management
  • Sound knowledge of Human Factors, Crew Resource Management, Fatigue Risk Management Systems, Safety Management Systems and Flight Operations Quality Assurance Systems, approved trainer desirable.

The successful applicant can expect a generous package commensurate with experience.
Please address your application to the Human Resource Manager Precision Helicopters Pty Ltdhrm@precisionhelicopters.com.au

via Australian Federation of Air Pilots - Pilot Jobs in Asia Pacific Region.

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Chief Helicopter Pilot – Manitoba

COMPANY: Please log in to see job details DATE: May 20, 2014
POSITION: Chief Helicopter Pilot (Winnipeg, MB)
Fast Air Helicopters Ltd. is a small, day VFR company that
operates out of the James Richardson International Airport
in Winnipeg, Manitoba. Operating Bell 206 helicopters the
company provides services locally and in support of Fast
Air’s fixed wing fleet customers.

Position – Chief Pilot

Duties and Responsibilities - conducting the approved
training program and supervision of flight crews.

via Pilot Job :: Chief Helicopter Pilot (Winnipeg, MB).

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Air Ambulance Pilot – New York

Long Island, NY 75067
United States
Manages Others
Experience Required
Degree Required
Security Clearance Required
Employment Type
Work Schedule
No Travel
Minimum Certification Required
Commercial Pilot With Instrument
Minimum Flight Hours Required

Job Description

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

Where every second counts, contact us today!

Long Island, NY
  • EC-135

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.

via Air Ambulance Pilot- Long Island, NY.

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CFI & CFII – Florida

Tallahassee, FL 32310
United States
Manages Others
Experience Required
Degree Required
Security Clearance Required
Employment Type
Work Schedule
No Travel
Minimum Certification Required
Minimum Flight Hours Required

Job Description

Tallahassee Helicopters is looking for a full-time CFI/II who enjoys the challenge to further grow our establishment by providing the best possible helicopter pilot training and commercial flight services in the capital city of Florida. We offer excellent career advancement opportunities and above-average compensation.

Tallahassee Helicopters is a professional helicopter pilot academy and helicopter flight services company in Tallahassee, Florida operating Robinson R44 and R22 helicopters. Currently, most of our training and commercial flight services are conducted on new Robinson R44 helicopters with Instrument Trainer Configuration.

The successful candidate will be an energetic, enthusiastic, and mature individual who works well with others and on his/her own. He/she will focus on safety, has excellent verbal and written communication skills, excellent people skills, is self-sufficient, organized, holds a first or second class medical, and meets the following minimum pilot qualifications:

  • FAA Commercial Pilot Certificate with Rotorcraft-Helicopter and Instrument Helicopter Ratings
  • FAA Flight Instructor Certificate with Rotorcraft-Helicopter and Instrument Helicopter Ratings
  • SFAR 73 Endorsement to instruct on the R44
  • At least 500 hours total time as pilot including at least 100 hours dual given, 100 hours of cross-country including at least 25 hours of cross-country at night
  • At least 350 hours in helicopters including at least 40 PIC hours in R44s, 75 hours dual given, 50 hours of cross-country including at least 15 hours of cross-country at night
  • RHC Safety Course completed within the past 5 years
  • Prior experience as a Part 135 pilot and in the conduct of flight operations as outlined under "Duties/Responsibilities" below is desired but not mandatory.


  • Provide basic and advanced (including instrument) helicopter flight and ground instruction
  • Evaluate, communicate, and document training progress of students, objectively and subjectively, within the established curriculum
  • Assist in the upkeep of current publications and training materials
  • Assist with the recruitment of new students
  • Conduct commercial flights under parts 91 and 135 consisting primarily of sightseeing tours, aerial video and photography, news gathering, powerline and pipeline patrol, aerial banner towing, and providing an aerial shooting platform for our ex delta force / law enforcement partner
  • Serve as a safety pilot
  • Assist in our efforts to become a Part 141 flight school
  • Perform office/administrative duties such as keeping student records, scheduling flights, answering/making phone calls and emails, preparing/updating documents, reports, and spreadsheets, and cleaning office, aircraft, and hangar.

If you are interested in joining a fun, casual, yet professional environment and if you meet the above qualifications and are interested in a challenging and rewarding career opportunity, please complete our online Job Application.

via CFI & CFII needed.

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