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23Jun/17Off

R22/44/AS350 Flight Instructor – France

Détails
Salaire : 12 000€ à 24 000€ brut par an
Localisation : France
Contrat : CDI
temps partiel
Document(s) requis
CV Word
Medical Class 1
Pièce d'identité couleur
Licence pilote
Description
AeroConsulting recherche un Pilote hélicoptères instructeur en vol (FIH) pour intégrer une ’école de pilotage avec agrément ATO et approuvée pour la formation et les stages de pilotage sur Robinson RH22, RH44 et AS350.
Poste à temps partiel à pourvoir immédiatement soit en salarié, soit en freelance.(région Parisienne)
Salaire annuel compris entre 12 000€ à 24 000€ brut par soit  1 000€ et 2 000€ brut par mois, en fonction de l’expérience et de la durée hebdomadaire fixée (à définir avec le/la candidat(e)).

Vos missions :

  • L’instruction en vol sur hélicoptère selon le programme pédagogique ;
  • La formation théorique selon le programme pédagogique ;
  • Des missions de travail aérien éventuelles sur hélicoptère ;
  • Des tâches administratives diverses (préparation des cours, suivi et gestion des élèves,…).

Profil Junior accepté.

Compétences requises
Qualification obligatoire sur le Robinson R22 et R44. Un plus si QT AS350.
CPL (H) et FI(H) en licence EASA uniquement
Details
Salary : 12 000€ à 24 000€ gross/year
Location : France
Contract : Permanent
Part-time
Required documents
Word CV
Medical Class 1
Color passport
Pilot licence
Description
AeroConsulting is looking for a Flight Instructor Helicopter (FIH) to integrate an approved Training Organization (ATO) for pilot training on RH22, RH44 and AS350.
Part-time position to be filled immediately either as an employee or as a freelancer.(near Paris)
Annual salary ranging from € 12,000 to € 24,000 gross, weither € 1,000 and € 2,000 gross per month depending on the experience and the weekly duration set (to be defined with the candidate.

Your missions:

  •      Flight instruction on helicopter according to the approved training program;
  •      Theoretical training according to the approved training program;
  •      Possible aerial work missions;
  •      Various administrative tasks (course preparations, monitoring and management of trainees, ...).

Junior profile accepted.

Required skills
Robinson R22 and R44 type ratings are absolutely required. it is an asset if you hold AS350 type rating
EASA  CPL(H) and FI(H) license only
Source: AeroConsulting
17Jun/17Off

Seasonal B212/AS350 Pilots – Antarctica

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NSF (1) 212/AS350 Pilots and (2) Alternate Pilot McMurdo Station, Antarctica

  • International
  • LA, USA
  • Antarctica Pay Scale Applies
  • Salary
  • Seasonal
  • Medical, Dental, Vision, LTD, 401(k) With Co. Match, Plus More

JOB SUMMARY

National Science Foundation - Antarctica Operations

In support of NSF - Antarctica Operations // Dual aircraft qualification required (Bell 212/AS350) //

Work schedule during Antarctic Summer Season approximately 28 September thru 21 February //

Alternate pilot may be required to deploy on short notice any time during the season and willing to stay for the duration of the season if required // Pilot must successfully complete extensive medical and dental exams

SCHEDULE/LOCATION:

Continuous duty-4 ½ to 5 months per year(Antarctic Summer Season) - 50 percent time off McMurdo Station, Antarctica

QUALIFICATION/EXPERIENCE:

Commercial Helicopter with Helicopter Instrument Rating // 1,500 Total Hours // 100 Total Hours In weight class // 50 Hours PIC in AS350 // 50 Hours PIC Bell 212 // 200 Hours Mountain experience (5,000 ft DA or above) // Cold Weather and Very High Altitude Experience Preferred // External Load Experience Preferred // Required to participate in the USAP Field Safety Training, Cold Weather and Survival Training

SALARY:

Antarctica Pay Scale Applies // Completion Bonus after second year

 

Source: PHI

16Jun/17Off

AW139 Helicopter Ground/Simulator Instructor – Louisiana

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CountryUnited States
State / ProvinceLouisiana
CategoryHelicopter
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.

 

Additional Website Text

Join a team dedicated to enhancing aviation safety. FlightSafety offers you the ability to be home with your family, excellent benefits and stability as demonstrated by our 64 years in business.

Source: FlightSafety

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14Jun/17Off

EC145 Offshore Captains/Co-Pilots – Congo

S-Air Resourcing is currently seeking EC145 off shore experienced  Captains and Co-pilots for a fixed term contract based in Africa,  Congo.

The is a fixed term contract of 18 months.

EC145 Captain and Co-Pilots

Operation:                          Oil and Gas

Min requirements:          Captain – 3000 TT and 100 on type

Co-pilots – 1000 TT and 50 on type

Job type:                              Fixed term Contract 18 months

Salary:                                   TBC

Job Category:                     EC145 T2 /H145 Captain and First officer

Nationality:                         Any

Rotation:                             14 on 14 off (days)

Flights:                                  Return ticket provided

Accommodation:             secure community accommodation provided

Please apply direct for more information enquiries@s-air.co.uk

S-Air Resourcing is acting a recruitment business in relation to this vacancy

12Jun/17Off

EC135/BO105 SAR Pilot – Australia

OUR VISION

Zero preventable deaths in Queensland public waters.

OUR VALUES

Leadership

As the peak authority on coastal safety, we are committed to leading by example, developing industry-best practice and setting high benchmarks for ourselves and each other.
Community:

We aim to strengthen communities through excellence in service, advocacy and inclusiveness, underpinned by a firm commitment to continuous improvement across all levels.

Safety: We aim to prioritise safety at all levels while, at the same time, taking responsibility for the health and well-being of our colleagues, volunteer members and the communities we serve.

Trust: We recognise that trust and accountability are the cornerstones of our organisation, and seek to build workplace integrity through high professional standards, open and honest communication, and always delivering on our commitments.

Respect: We will treat each other with respect, value each other’s contributions, and celebrate our colleagues and members who strive for excellence.

Teamwork: We will work collaboratively to combine our strengths and knowledge in the best interests of the organisation and its members.

COMPANY PROFILE

Surf Life Saving Queensland (SLSQ) is built on one principle; to save lives.
SLSQ is the state’s leading authority on aquatic safety and surf rescue, and one of the largest volunteer-based community service organisation’s in Australia. Since it’s inception in 1909, SLSQ’s surf lifesavers and lifeguards have directly saved the lives of more than 135,00 people through in-water rescues and educated in excess of 10 million people about surf and aquatic safety through targeted and grassroots community awareness programs.

Last season alone, our 30,500+ surf lifesavers, lifeguards and educators;
• Performed 3,600 rescues
• Saved 810,855 lives through proactive preventative actions
• Completed 352,807 volunteer patrol hours
• Performed 20,895 First Aid Treatments
• Trained 15,747 on how to save a life (First Aid & CPR courses)
• Reached 720,783 people through Community Awareness Programs

As a non-for-profit organisation, SLSQ relies heavily on fundraising, community support and donations to continue our vital work both on and off Queensland’s beaches. It is the generous support of Queenslanders that literally keeps us afloat to continue to save lives in Queensland public waters.

Status: Permanent Full Time

Location: Carrara, Gold Coast, Queensland

Helicopter Pilot

Your Opportunity

Surf Life Saving Queensland’s (SLSQ) Westpac Lifesaver Rescue Helicopter Service (WLRHS) is one of the oldest community-based helicopter rescue services in the world. The service has been operating across the SEQ region since 1976 with a highly trained team of skilled men and women; the service exists for one purpose – to save lives. The Westpac Lifesaver Rescue Helicopter Service is also used for emergency response, searches & rescues and working in conjunction with emergency service organisations including; the Queensland Police Service, Australian Maritime Safety Authority, and Queensland Fire & Emergency Services.

SLSQ’s Westpac Lifesaver Rescue Helicopter Service operates 3 multi engine helicopters across 3 bases.

As a pilot for the WLRHS you’ll have one of Australia’s most exciting flying jobs and will be able to use your professional qualifications in a broad range of low-flight, rescue and tactical missions/operations. All that plus meaningful experiences where you know you are making a positive impact in the Queensland community everyday.

You will contribute to saving lives by;
• Flying helicopters on search and rescue, counter disaster and other support tasks as directed
• Carrying out duties and training in accordance with CASA regulations and the SLSQ

Operations Manual

• Ensuring the Chief Pilot is promptly advised on all matters affecting the safety, serviceability or effectiveness of aircraft or the operation
• Ensuring that there are no breaches of the CASA regulation or internal policies or procedures
• Acting as an ambassador for SLSQ and WLRHS

Our Expectations

If we could compose the “Perfect You”, you approach situations with a positive outlook & disposition, are professional & willing to follow protocol, and have never uttered the words “that’s not my job”. We are looking for a high performance individual that understands how their role contributes to the greater success of the organisation and is always willing to go the extra mile without being asked. Due to our core business (saving lives), it is operationally critical for the successful candidate to reside within 40 minutes of the WLRHS Carrara hangar.

What skills, experience and qualifications do you need?
• Commercial Helicopter Pilot License – Essential
• 2,000 Hours Pilot in Command (Helicopter) – Essential
• 1,000 Hours Turbine – Essential
• 100 Hours NVFR – Essential
• Working with Children Blue Card or ability to obtain one quickly – Essential
• NVIS Rating – Highly Desirable
• EC135 Type Rating – Desirable
• BO105 Type Rating – Desirable
• Winch Rating – Desirable

Benefits
• Knowing that your efforts support an essential public safety service
• Passionate and focused team environment working to a common goal
• As a registered not for profit organisation, in addition to your remuneration, you will enjoy generous salary packaging benefits
• Nationally accredited First Aid and CPR training

How to Apply

If you think this sounds like you and are motivated to make a positive contribution to saving lives in Queensland public waters then we would LOVE to hear from YOU! Please submit the below documents to the Recruitment team via hr@lifesaving.com.au prior to midnight on 23 June 2017 (Late applications will not be accepted). To make sure your application stands out please ensure you carefully read the requirements below.

• A cover letter (2 pages maximum) outlining;
o How you meet the selection criteria
o Your proudest “Stand Out” career achievement to date (Sharing the Situation, Task, Action and Result)
o What sets you apart from other candidates applying for this role
o Your salary expectations
• Resume

Source: Helicopter Pilot-Gold Coast | Helicopter Pilot Jobs

12Jun/17Off

AS350 Power-Line Pilot – Australia

We are seeking applications from suitably qualified and experienced persons.

The positions are full time and applicants need to be prepared to travel and work in remote locations.
It is preferred that the applicant has gained much of their minimum requirements listed below while working in the industrial helicopter environment. A current CRM and flying in the wire environment course is an advantage.

Helicopter Pilot


The minimum requirements are as follows
• CPL(H)
• 2500 hours TT
• 2000 hours PIC
• 500 hours Turbine
• 200 hours AS350
• 100 hours Long Line
Preferred Requirements:
Current CRM (Flying in the wire environment) course
Power Line Experience

Please email current CV to:

Geoff@meridianhelicopters.com.au
Duncan@meridianhelicopters.com.au

Source: Power-Line Pilot Required | Helicopter Pilot Jobs

12Jun/17Off

Bell 206 Ag Pilot – Australia

Ag pilot required for Queensland operation.

Requirements

Ag Rating
Bell 206 Endorsement
2000 TT
500 Ag work preferred

All enquiries, please e-mail admin@calibreaviation.com.au

Source: Ag Pilot | Helicopter Pilot Jobs

12Jun/17Off

R44 Ag Pilot – New Zealand

 About the business and the role

Heartland Helicopters have been operating in the Gisborne region since 2009. We specialise in agriculture spraying, seeding and fertiliser application for farmers, forestry and horticulture users. We operate from wairoa to the east cape.

We currently operate 2 x R44, and are expanding to a 3 machine

Job tasks and responsibilities

  • Accurate Agrichemical application using TRACMAP GPS

  • Organising loader driver for jobs including timing, location and equipment needed.

  • Organise work with client

  • Ensuring everyone on your worksite is safe, and has been given a safety briefing by the ground crew or yourself. You are the PIC, all responsibility lies with you.

  • Helicopter Maintenance

    • Ensure 50 and 100 hour checks are done within required timeframes

    • Record role equipment removal/installation

    • Ensure the tech log is kept up to date

    • As the PIC you are responsible for reporting any problems on the helicopter and ensuring these are fixed within 50/100 hour check, unless the helicopter is deemed to be unsafe to fly.

    • Ensuring helicopter is cleaned to a high standard daily when used on spray jobs, and is free from chemical residue.

Skills and experience

Must hold:

  • Grade 1 Ag

    • Aerial Spraying rating

    • Aerial Topdressing rating

  • Robinson Safety Awareness Training

  • R44 rating

  • Chemical Rating

  • NZ Pilot Medical

  • Current 1st Aid

Have a minimum of 3000 TT hours with a minimum of 2000 AG hour

You can contact Suzi or Warrick on 06 862 7706

Source: Ag Pilot-New Zealand | Helicopter Pilot Jobs

12Jun/17Off

B206/407 Utility Pilot – Yukon

Description

Heli Dynamics Ltd. located in the Yukon is currently looking for a touring pilot. Mountain experience necessary along with a good sense of safety.
Bell 206 & 407 experience an asset. 206 minimum
Long lining experience an asset but not required
Diamond drill moving an asset but not required
email resume to hdcp@northwestel.com.

Information

Contact

Heli Dynamics, Chief Pilot
8676683536
Whitehorse
Y1A5X9
email

Source: Ads - Aircraft Jobs - Utility Pilot

12Jun/17Off

B206/R44 Pilot – Australia

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PILOT - HORN ISLAND

Posted 5 June 2017 in Rotary Wing, Australia

PILOT

Horn Island, Torres Strait

GBR Helicopters is currently seeking a Pilot for its Horn Island base in the Torres Strait.

This position is a full-time "live on" Horn Island position, it is NOT a touring position.

The successful candidate will meet all of the requirements listed below and possess a high standard of Customer Service that our pilot team delivers on each and every flight they conduct. The candidate will be joining a rapidly growing aviation business that offers fantastic opportunities for career development.

Minimum Qualifications:

  • 2000 hours TT
  • R44 endorsement (100hrs on type)
  • B206 endorsement (250hrs on type)
  • 500 turbine
  • Current ASIC, HUET and DG
  • Australian Citizen or resident.

Desirable Qualifications:

  • Over Water experience
  • Low Level / Sling

Accommodation is provided by the company & salary will be commensurate with qualifications and experience.

If you do not meet the minimums please DO NOT APPLY - contract minimums are not flexible.

Please send application and resume (PDF) via e-mail.

EMAIL YOUR CV TO APPLY

Source: Australian Federation of Air Pilots > Pilot Jobs > Pilot Job - Pilot - Horn Island