Location: Barrow, Alaska, United States
Job Type: Government
Minimum Pay: $5,908.00 (Monthly)
Maximum Pay: N/A
Flight Time Requirements Snapshot
Total Flight Time: 3000
Pilot In Command: N/A
Turbine PIC: N/A
Multi Engine: N/A
Actual Instrument: N/A
Serve as a pilot for the Search & Rescue Department; flies aircraft as assigned under visual and instrument flight conditions.
Perform pre-flight duties to include visual inspection of the aircraft, checking weather conditions and filing flight plan.
Perform post flight duties upon arrival at destination; secures aircraft; assures maintenance issues are noted.
Monitor and reviews trends in search, rescue and emergency services, and recommends operational and procedural improvements.
Perform other duties as assigned.
High school graduate or G.E.D/or a combination of 12 years of education and work related experience.
Four years work experience as a Pilot, which includes 3000 hours of total flight time and 500 hours of Arctic or remote area flying experience.
FAA Airline Transport Pilot License with multi-engine airplane or rotorcraft/helicopter rating;
FAA First Class Medical Certificate and maintain FAA Class II Medical Certificate;
FCC Radio Permit;
Ability to obtain a valid Alaska Drivers License that meets insurance criteria within the 6 month probationary period.