|Company:||Western Area Power Administration|
|Address:||12155 West Alameda Pkwy
|Company Info:||We‘re one of four power marketing administrations within the U.S. Department of Energy whose role is to market and transmit electricity from multi-use water projects. Our service area encompasses a 15-state region of the central and western U.S. in which our transmission system carries electricity from 56 power plants operated by the Bureau of Reclamation, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and the International Boundary and Water Commission, and one coal-fired plant. Together, these plants have an installed capacity of 10,505 megawatts.|
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|Job Title:||Professional Utility Helicopter Pilot|
|Location:||Bismarck North Dakota USA|
|Job Desc:||The job announcement will be open from February 25, 2014, through March 10, 2014, 24:00 EST.
This helicopter pilot position requires an expert level of knowledge and skill and safely operates a single-engine turbine-powered helicopter as pilot in command at minimum airspeeds and low level altitudes involving flight operations within the wire environment.
Experience must include the ability to safely hover and land on unfavorable terrain near transmission lines, trees and other obstacles. Operations will require take-off and landings from high altitude remote mountainous locations, in and out of confined area, pinnacles, deep snow conditions where density altitude may exceed 14’000 feet.
Experience preferred includes an expert level of knowledge and skill as a Helicopter Certified Flight Instructor (CFI), conducting all aspects of annual re-currency helicopter pilot flight and ground training.
Specific knowledge to helicopter flight operations ensuring the safety of passengers, qualified non-crewmembers, and mission. Helicopter preflight inspection and determination of airworthiness. Applicable Federal Aviation Regulations. All sections of specific Rotorcraft Flight Manuals. Resources available to obtain, interpret, and accurately apply current and forecasted weather to planned flight activity.
Will be required to plan/schedule quarterly or annual transmission patrols and adjust schedule for other reasons such as; mission flight requests, scheduled training, annual leave or illness, cancellations for various reasons, incorporate required aircraft maintenance and in many cases unscheduled maintenance. Maintain situational awareness and utilize crew resource management.
The job announcement will be open from February 25, 2014, through March 10, 2014, 24:00 EST.
MINIMUM PILOT QUALIFICATIONS
COPIES OF REQUIRED PILOT CERTIFICATION
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