|Company:||Maryland State Police - Aviation Command|
|Fax Number:||(410) 238-5835|
|Address:||3023 Strawberry Point Road|
|Company Info:||The Maryland State Police Aviation Command has been in operation since 1961 and is known worldwide as one of the finest law enforcement and aeromedical units in the world. We continually strive to improve the quality of service that we provide. The single most important aspect of our operation is the individual employee. From our Command Staff who oversee the entire Command, to the maintenance technicians, pilots and Trooper/flight paramedics, all personnel have an integral role in the success of every mission.|
|Supported Manufacturers:||Eurocopter AS365 Dauphin, King Air 350, Agusta/Westland, AW/139|
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|Job Title:||Maryland State Police Civilian Helicopter Pilot I, Second-In-Command (2271)|
|Location:||Middle River Maryland USA|
Maryland State Police Civilian Helicopter Pilot I (2271)(Second-In-Command)
SALARY -ADVANCEMENTS / BENEFITS: Grade 18, typically $63,629. Non-Competitive Promotion to Pilot in Command (Grade 19) $67,914; Once hired there are Competitive promotions to Instructor Pilot Positions (Grade 20) or Chief Pilot (Grade 21); Annual Cost-of-Living Pay raises; Exceptional Retirement Package; Outstanding Employee Benefits; multi-mission platform; New AW/139 aircraft and more. 2% pay raise in January 2015;
NATURE OF WORK:
MSP Civilian Helicopter Pilot I, Second-in-Command, is the intermediate level of civilian helicopter pilot work within Aviation Command, Maryland State Police Department. Employees will act as the Second-in-Command pilot of helicopters enumerated in the Aviation Command Standard Operating Procedures. Flight Operations will be conducted in accordance with Federal Aviation Administration rules and regulations for aero-medical missions; search and rescue missions; homeland security; disaster assessment and other law enforcement related missions. Employees in this classification do not supervise.
Employees receive moderate supervision from the Sworn Section Supervisor of Aviation Command and technical training from Maryland State Police Civilian Helicopter Pilot Flight Instructors and the Civilian Fixed Wing and Helicopter Chief Pilot. The Pilot-in-Command assigns, reviews, approves and critiques work of the Maryland State Police Civilian Helicopter I.
Employees in this classification are assigned shift work including holidays and weekends and are subject to 24-hour on-call during emergencies and staff shortages. Employees are required to work outdoors in all types of weather conditions. The work involves hazardous conditions such as maneuvering helicopters in congested or unusual terrain.
EDUCATION: Graduation from an accredited high school or possession of a high school equivalency certificate.
EXPERIENCE: Completion of 1200 helicopter flight hours as a FAA licensed pilot.
LICENSES, REGISTRATIONS AND CERTIFICATES:
Employees in this classification must possess and maintain:
The Maryland State Police Aviation Command has been in operation since 1961 and we continually strive to make it the best public safety aviation unit in the country. We provide service to Maryland and its neighbors from our eight helicopter sections that are located throughout the State. We also have an in-house, state-of-the-art maintenance facility staffed by full-time Command Maintenance Technicians. Each section is staffed by a crew consisting of a pilot and a Trooper/flight paramedic. Currently, we are recruiting civilian pilots.
The hiring process for helicopter pilots is rigorous due to the challenging nature of the job. The large majority of our missions are medevac landings at non-airport locations such as highways, parking lots and fields. You will work with your Trooper/flight paramedic to hoist stranded and injured persons from dangerous locations. You will assist ground police units with searches for criminals as well as missing persons. The Command’s helicopters are often requested to provide observation and coordination in high-speed vehicle pursuits.
Once you are selected for employment with the Maryland State Police as a Helicopter Pilot you will undergo transition training in the AgustaWestland AW139. Training requires approximately three months to complete depending upon your level of experience. Upon completion of your initial training, you will be given an assignment at one of our seven helicopter sections. Flight crews typically work a 12-hour shift.
How to Apply:
Effective 10-02-13 applications should be made electronically. Follow these instructions to complete your application.
· From any computer, go to the State’s Department of Budget and Management’s web sitewww.dbm.maryland.gov
· From this web site click on the “Job Seekers” tab
· On the left column click on “State Jobs”
· Scroll down the page and click on the job titled “MSP Civilian Helicopter Pilot I”
· In the center of the page click on the bolded “Click HERE to apply” and follow the instructions for applying.
We are totally committed to making your experience with the Maryland State Police a rewarding one. Should you have any questions or experience difficulty navigating the On-Line Applicant process please feel free to contact Mr. Jay Diggs at firstname.lastname@example.org or Ms. Melissa Huettel at email@example.com or either of us at 410-238-5800. For additional information on the Maryland State Police Aviation Command you are encouraged to visit our web site at WWW.MDSP.ORG.
|Job Ident #:||2271|