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19Oct/17Off

AS350 Instructor Pilot – Ontario

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We’re looking for an Instructor Pilot
Position Location: Fort Erie, ON
Under the direction of the Chief Test Pilot, the Instructor Pilot is responsible for providing both ground and flight
instructions in accordance with the Flight Operation Manual. The Instructor Pilot determines the training material
required to effectively complete a training curriculum. The Instructor Pilot also conducts post-completion flight test
under the direction of the Chief Test Pilot.
MAIN RESPONSIBILITIES
1. Ensure Safety in Flight Operations and also Training Program
 Comply with all applicable Transport Canada regulations and departmental policies and procedures in the
accomplishment of safe and efficient operations
 Ensure pre-flight preparation of the flight plan taking into consideration maintenance performed
serviceability, weather, aircraft limitations, fuel requirements, destinations and alternate airport
requirements
 Ensure load carried is secured to prevent shifting in flight, and the weight and balance is calculated and is
within the permissible range
 Ensure fuel placed in aircraft is not contaminated
 Conduct thorough inspection before flight
 Conduct safe, quality flight trainings and post completion flight tests
2. Prepare, conduct, develop and revise training curriculum
 Use company training material when available, and when not, develop, write, review, and revise Pilot
training program to meet customers’ needs
 Organize time table and student enrolment for courses
 Teach assigned program/curriculum, ensuring objectives are being met
 Use company material when available, and when not develop and keep current outlines, lesson plans, and
exams and curriculum
 Organize the collection of grade marks, and filling of training records
 Examination review and failure analysis
 Ensure all students meet the prerequisites for the course
 Ensure graduation certificates are properly prepared, and sent out in a timely fashion
 Ensure all manuals and documents involved with training are up to date and complete
 Participate every 2 years in an updating training program for the trainer delivered by an Airbus Helicopters
referent instructor.
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MAIN RESPONSIBILITIES CONTINUED
3. Maintain Current Knowledge of All Aircraft Models to Which Assigned
4. Provide Annual Training Report to the Chief Pilot
5. Maintain Airbus Helicopters Canada Pilot Flight Time Computation
EDUCATION & JOB REQUIREMENTS
 Canadian Airline transport Pilot or Canadian Commercial Pilot Certificate for Helicopters
 Canadian Flight Instructor Rating, Class 3 or higher
 Type rating AS350 (Type rating on EC120 and experience on EC130) would be an asset
 Ground School Instructor experience and stamina, and ability to teach 3 day ground school
 3,000 Flight hours (2,500 in helicopters and minimum 500 as pilot in command)
 Extensive flight training experience; experience flying Airbus Helicopters an asset
 Post maintenance flight test experience
 350 hours in a multi-Engine Helicopter an asset
 IFR Rating an asset
 FAA Commercial Helicopter Pilot license an asset
 Able to travel extensively; must have flexible schedule
 Bilingual (English/French) as asset
KNOWLEDGE & SKILL REQUIREMENTS
 Strong written and verbal communication skills
 Able to use significant independent action and judgement in order to solve highly complex problems
 Able to work under broad supervision; disciplined and able to maintain confidentiality
 Excellent analytical skills and demonstrated problem solving skills
To apply for this position, please send an up-to-date resume and cover letter to HR@eurocopter.ca
We would like to thank all applicants, however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted.

Source: Airbus Helicopters

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15Oct/17Off

EC135 Police Pilot – Scotland

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Posting Date: 12 October 2017

Location: Glasgow, 0, GB, G51 4BZ

Company: Babcock

Police Pilot for Glasgow

An exciting opportunity to join Babcock Mission Critical Services Onshore (BMCSO), a leading provider of mission-critical helicopter services to the air ambulance, police and offshore sectors.  BMCSO provides world-class operations to our customers helping them to save lives and protect communities every day.

Our fleet of 30 helicopters from bases across England, Wales, Scotland and Ireland has been providing dedicated air ambulance support for more than 20 years and our police helicopters have been supporting UK communities for almost a decade.  BMCSO constantly invests in new aircraft, equipment and training to ensure the consistent capability to deliver safe, dependable operational excellence at all times.

Headquartered in Staverton, Gloucestershire, BMCSO is a leading provider of aviation services for mission-critical operations across ten countries. BMCSO is part of Babcock International Group, a global provider of critical asset, infrastructure and training support to many sectors including emergency services, energy and defence.

Scope of Duties/Responsibilities

Currently operate 24 hour operations in support of Police Scotland Air Support Unit utilizing the EC135 T3 helicopter. The role offers varied, challenging and interesting flying throughout Scotland and the crew roster is 2 days on, 2 nights on & 4 days off. The position available is located at the bespoke base at Govan and the successful candidate would be required to reside within 45 minutes / 25 miles or make arrangements for accommodation at their own expense.

Person Specification

Minimum requirements for candidates for this position are:

  • Hold an EASA ATPL (H) or CPL(H) with IR

Experience required:

  • Either :
    • 1000 hours pilot in command of aircraft of which 500 hours is pilot in command on twin turbine helicopters; or
    • 1000 hours as co-pilot in HEMS/ Police operations of which 500 hours is as pilot in command under supervision and 100 hours pilot in command of twin turbine helicopters.
  • 2000 hours minimum total helicopter experience.
  • 500 hours operating experience in twin turbine helicopters in an operational environment similar to the intended operation.
  • 20 hours VFR at night as pilot in command.
  • Fluent English, Driving License, Passport, Right to Work in the UK.

Candidates would also ideally:

  • Be qualified and instrument rated on the EC135.
  • Have current or recent Police experience.
  • Have experience of NVIS operations.

Please Note: Security vetting for Police Scotland requires that every applicant be a resident of the UK for the last three years.

To be eligible to apply for this role, you must be a British citizen, European Economic Area (EEA) national, a Commonwealth Citizen or Foreign National with no restrictions on your stay in the UK.

We offer a competitive compensation package, excellent working conditions and a commitment to your future.

If you would like to apply for this position, please provide a copy of your CV together with a covering letter to Pilot.Recruitment2@babcockinternational.com

If your application is of interest to us we will normally contact you within two weeks of receiving your CV. If you are not contacted within this period, please do not re-submit your CV.

Babcock is the UK's leading engineering support services organisation employing 35,000 people across the world. Babcock offer a hugely diverse number of career options.

Source: Pilot

14Oct/17Off

[Mil] UH-72 IP – South Carolina

UH72 Flight Instructor

  •  Location: Greenville, South Carolina, United States
  •  Position: Flight Instructor
  •  Job Type: Flight Instructor

Primary Aircraft

  •  UH-72

Flight Time Requirements Snapshot

  • Total Flight Time: N/A
  • Pilot In Command: N/A
  • Turbine PIC: N/A
  • Multi Engine: N/A
  • Actual Instrument: N/A

Job Description

US Army qualified Instructor Pilot preferred (US Army qualified aviator, with a minimum of 2 years simulator instructor operator experience acceptable.)
Instrument qualified aviator
Experience performing as a US Army Pilot in Command
Familiar with UH-72A Mission Equipment Package
Ability to gain and maintain a CAC Card
Ability to travel on TDY to support device when needed at regional sites near the Host location

IO Duties include:
- Develop and maintain the training schedule for the SFTS
- Perform IOS functions to operate the SFTS in Day, Night, NVS, and IMC conditions
- Develop and operate training scenarios that support the unit missions
- Record training events for the unit and for reporting utilization and down times
- Support assembly, storage, distribution and fielding of trailer for each location
- Perform as the POC for the units to schedule the device for training
- Enter utilization, trained personnel, and hours in RFMSS
- Develop and maintain contact with each supported unit to prepare the training events to support local requirements
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Minimum Requirements

US Army qualified Instructor Pilot preferred (US Army qualified aviator, with a minimum of 2 years simulator instructor operator experience acceptable.)
Instrument qualified aviator
Experience performing as a US Army Pilot in Command
Familiar with UH-72A Mission Equipment Package
Ability to gain and maintain a CAC Card
Ability to travel on TDY to support device when needed at regional sites near the Host location
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Source: Flight instructor jobs Flight Instructor UH-72 Greenville, South Carolina Pilot Hiring

14Oct/17Off

[Mil] Mi-17 Instructor Pilot – Afghanistan

ARMA Aviation •
Kabul, Kabol Afghanistan, International, International

Position Type: Permanent

Job Description:
Position Description:
Mi-17 Instructor Pilot

Provide all aspects of flight training to US or foreign students. Develop POIs and training plans modeled after US Army IERW to include basic flight, tactical flight, instrument flight training, and night vision goggles.  Train Students to International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) visual flight rules (VFR) and instrument flight rules (IFR) day/ night standards.  Produce military-certified Pilots and Instructor Pilots that are safe, proficient and capable in flight planning, flight maneuvers, navigation procedures, and emergency procedures.  Develop and execute schedules, policies, instruction, records documentation, and syllabi required for flight and ground training.  Develop and adhere to Flight Operating Procedures (FOP), Ground Operating Procedures (GOP) IAW AR 95-20.  Follow direction of the Government Flight Representative to include participation in Aviation Program Teams.  Maintain currency in aircraft of record.

Must be able to obtain a Security Clearance. Position is in Afghanistan requiring medical screening and pre-deployment training at a U.S. Army CONUS Replacement Center.
Responsibilities:
Valid and current FAA Commercial Pilot certificate with rotorcraft and instrument ratings in the applicable aircraft class, or US Military equivalent. Must hold a valid FAA instrument, or US Military equivalent. Minimum of 1500 flight hours with 500 hours as an instructor pilot, of which at least 200 flight hours must have been in rotary winged aircraft. Must hold a valid and current FAA or military equivalent Class II Medical Certificate as prescribed by the Government. Must be NVG qualified. Preferred candidate will be current and qualified in the Mi-17Must be deployable according to CENTCOM and US Army Deployment Standards. Current Physical (within 12 months of deployment).Valid US Passport. Eligible for reinstatement of security clearance at SECRET level
Experience and Attributes:
Experience supporting flight operations and training in a deployed environment. Advisor, mentor, or instructor of foreign military personnel. Excellent written and verbal communication skills. Ability to synthesize complex or diverse information. Ability to read, analyze, and interpret technical procedures and regulations. Ability to identify and comprehensively resolve problems in timely manner. Ability to assess program conditions and take appropriate actions to maintain program momentum through insightful critical thinking and problem solving. Certified in multiple Non Standard Rotary Wing Platforms is preferred. Military Experience is preferred .Additional skills such as Standardization, Safety, and ALSE are a plus.
Education:
Prefer Bachelor’s degree in Business or Aviation. Years of relevant experience may be used in lieu of education requirement.
ARMA Aviation is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer that complies with the laws and regulations set forth. EEO Is The Law. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, protected veteran status or status as an individual with a disability. EOE AA M/F/Vet/Disability
Job Requirements:
Salary Range: Neg-Neg
Relocation:
Travel: OCONUS
Job Ident #: 187

Source: Pilot-Rotary Wing job at ARMA Aviation - Mi-17 Instructor Pilot

14Oct/17Off

Director of Operations – Idaho

Kachina Aviation •
Boise, Idaho, USA

Position Type: Permanent

Job Description:

Fire fighting experience required. Salary based off qualifications and experience. Benefits include medical, dental, and 401(k). Must be willing to relocate to Boise, Idaho.
The Director of Operations (DO) is responsible to the President/Vice President for the Flight Operations Department, including training applicable to the FAR Part 133, 135, and 137 Operations and has the authority to act for the Company in matters relating to those functions. The DO needs to be knowledgeable of the entire contents of the Operations Manual, Operations Specifications, and FARs pertaining to Company Operation.
Job Requirements:
Must meet the following FAA requirements:

  • To serve as Director of Operations under§119.65(a) a person must—
  • Hold an airline transport pilot certificate.
  • Have at least 3 years supervisory or managerial experience within the last 6 years in a position that exercised operational control over any operations conducted with part 135 of this chapter.
  • For the first time ever, have at least 3 years’ experience, within the past 6 years, as pilot in command part 135 of this chapter, the experience may be obtained in either large or small airplanes.
  • In the case of a person with previous experience as a Director of Operations, have at least 3 years’ experience as pilot in command of part 135 operation.

Company Requirements:

  • Must have and maintain current FAA medical.
  • Must be current in Bell medium 135 aircraft.
  • Must be able to pass USFS/BLM check ride and maintain current USFS/BLM card.
  • Possess an excellent aviation safety record.
  • Ability to read and interpret documents such as technical data, safety regulations, operating and maintenance instructions, and procedure manuals.
  • Ability to write management reports and correspondence.
  • Ability to develop and proof manuals.
  • Ensures and verifies flight operations are conducted in accordance with applicable FAR's and Company regulations and policies. Ensures safe and efficient flight operations.
  • Maintain close liaison with FAA in all matters pertaining to flight operations.
  • Ascertain current status of flight operations.
  • Responsible for the safekeeping and disposition of Company operating records.
  • Maintain and distribute the Company Operations Manual and appropriate revisions to required personnel.
  • Ensures prompt reporting, filing, and follow-up action on required reports or certificates to appropriate governmental agencies.
  • Ensures that each person assigned to pilot company aircraft meets FAA standards for certification and currency and is a direct employee.
  • Responsible for implementing the Company's operational policies and procedures as directed by senior management.
  • Responsible for initiating, directing, and coordinating the schedule of aircraft for light operations with the Director of Maintenance and the Chief Pilot.
  • Assists in locating current and future employment for company aircraft and maintains weekly Biz Development Pipeline for senior management.
  • Provide relief and/or standard duty rotation for line pilots as needed.
  • Conduct evening and weekend on-call operations when scheduled.
Salary Range: Neg-Neg
Relocation:
Travel:
Job Ident #:

Source: Pilot-Rotary Wing job at Kachina Aviation - Director of Operations

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14Oct/17Off

Chief Pilot – Illinois

Aviation Recruiting, LLC •
Chicago, Illinois, USA

Position Type: Permanent

Job Description:

The Chief Pilot is required to remain qualified as Captain for a flight or series of flights whereby he/she is the Pilot in Command (PIC) of the aircraft for the designated period of duty unless relieved by company authority.  He/she is charged with the responsibility of operating the aircraft within the applicable Federal Aviation Regulations, Operations Specifications and established company policies and procedures.
  • Ensure that all flights are conducted with safety as the primary consideration.
  • Direct the activities of all Pilots in a manner which promotes the safe and efficient operation of the aircraft.
  • Maintain a smooth working relationship among all flight crews.
  • Responsible for resolving differences or personality conflicts through appropriate company policy in conjunction with Director of Operations and Human resource personnel.
  • Set the example for all other flight crews at all times in such matters as genteel conduct, neatness, alertness, firmness and discipline, adherence to standards and procedures.
  • Complete or supervise the completion of all required paperwork.
  • Prepares, conducts and supervises all training activities of flight crew personnel.
  • Advises the Director of Operations regarding the training of flight crew personnel.
  • Prepares and maintains proficiency records, pilot files, duty time records, flight schedules and correspondence pertaining to flight operations activities.
  • Maintain a positive and cohesive relationship with the FAA’s appointed POI.
  • Assists the Director of Operations in formulating operations policies, coordinates those policies, and coordinates operations and training.
  • Determine the aircraft is airworthy, in accordance with the procedures outlined in the SOP, and that a proper preflight inspection has been accomplished and signed off.
  • Ensure the aircraft weight and balance is computed correctly and within acceptable limits, as described in the appropriate pilots’ handbook.
  • Assist or provide assistance for the safe and smooth handling of passengers, baggage, and cargo.
  • Provide for proper handling of the aircraft where ground handling and/or service personnel are not available.
  • Maintain a high degree of proficiency checks, en-route checks and maintenance operational check flights.
  • Verify the condition of the crew and their duty assignments prior to departure.
  • Require the use of each checklist as appropriate.
  • Supervise the loading of the aircraft
  • Fill out a time and duty log. Assure compliance with federal, state and local standards, and contractual requirements.
  • Develop and maintain positive relationships with internal and external customers, stakeholders, peers, and members of the aviation; effectively communicate and make prompt and accurate decisions to help achieve company goals.
  • Aviation administration: flight logs and related paperwork.
  • Understand, support, and enforce company philosophies and policies.
  • Adhere to and promote all FAA policies, standards and protocols.
  • Maintain standards for health, safety, welfare and ethical behavior.
  • Conduct self in a professional manner and provide leadership by example.
  • Seek and collect input and ideas regarding service improvement from all employees and customers.Assure the achievement of service improvement goals.Provide timely follow-up of customer service inquiries/audits as requested.
  • Seek means of personal/personnel development and growth and search for new and innovative technical advancements in areas related to duties.
  • Perform assigned tasks in accordance with policies and procedures, as set forth by management and as instructed.
Job Requirements:

  • Airline Transport Pilot Certificate
  • AS350 Type Rating/flight time and instruction time
  • Current 2nd class medical (1st class if A.T.P. rated and required)
  • 3 years of experience as PIC within the past 6 years under part 135
  • Previously employed as Chief Pilot under 14 CFR part 135
  • 135 instructor pilot experience
  • 135 charter start-up experience preferred
Salary Range: Neg-Neg
Relocation: Yes
Travel:
Job Ident #:

Source: Pilot-Rotary Wing job at Aviation Recruiting, LLC - Chief Pilot

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14Oct/17Off

AS350 Tour Pilot – Illinois

Chicago Helicopter Experience •
Chicago, Illinois, USA

Position Type: Permanent

Job Description:
Seeking an AS 350 pilot with R44 time for charters and tours in the Chicago area.
Job Requirements:

  • Minimum 2000 hours with 500 AS 350 time.
  • Commercial pilot certificate with instrument, CFI and preferably Part 135 experience.
Salary Range: Neg-Neg
Relocation:
Travel:
Job Ident #:

Source: Pilot-Rotary Wing job at Chicago Helicopter Experience - AS350 Pilot

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14Oct/17Off

B407 VRLL Utility/Fire Pilot – Florida/Idaho

Bell 407 LongLine / Utility / Fire Pilot

Lohman Helicopter •
Lewiston, Idaho, USA

Position Type: Contractor

Job Description:
Lohman Helicopter is seeking a Bell 407 LongLine / Utility / Fire Pilot for US Forest Service contracts in Florida and Idaho.
Job Requirements:

  • 12/2 Schedule starting January 2018 in Florida
  • OAS / USFS Carded or able to obtain
  • 500 hours minimum PIC in Bell 407
  • 250 hours minimum Long Line time
  • Previous Mountain Flying Experience required
  • Previous FAA 135 Check-ride in Bell 407 required
  • Previous Fire Experience required
  • PSD Experience preferred
  • Powerline Experience preferred

Pay: DOE
Part-time, Full Time may be available.

Only Qualified Pilots Need Apply
No phone calls please
Salary Range: Neg-Neg
Relocation:
Travel:
Job Ident #:

Source: Pilot-Rotary Wing job at Lohman Helicopter - Bell 407 LongLine / Utility / Fire Pilot

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14Oct/17Off

UH-60 VRLL Pilot – Pennsylvania

Haverfield Aviation •
Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, USA

Position Type: Permanent

Job Description:
Haverfield Aviation currently has opportunities for qualified Pilots for FAR 91 and 133 operations with UH-60 experience.
Job Requirements:
We are looking for individuals who:

  • Posses a minimum of 2,000 total flight hours
  • Posses a minimum of 500 hours in the UH-60
  • Vertical long line experience
  • Able to deal with employees, customers and the general public in a courteous and proper manner
  • Posses strong coordination skills and a high regard for safety
  • Comply with all mandated regulations
  • Able to work a continuous travel based rotation schedule

We offer a TEAM work atmosphere with a high regard for safety, competitive salary and good benefits package. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex or national origin.

We encourage interested applicants to submit their resume via email with “UH-60 Pilot” in the subject line. In addition, we invite applicants to visit our website at www.haverfield.com. No phone calls please.

Salary Range: Neg-Neg
Relocation:
Travel:
Job Ident #:

Source: Pilot-Rotary Wing job at Haverfield Aviation - UH-60 Pilot

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14Oct/17Off

[Mil] UH-60 Test Pilot – California

PAE •
Barstow, California, USA

Position Type: Permanent

Job Description:
Experienced Helicopter Maintenance Test Pilot with experience in UH-60 model aircraft. Responsible to the Chief Pilot for the oversight of assigned aircraft, associated flight operation and crews assigned to ensure operations are conducted and in compliance with company procedures, product specifications and federal regulations. Performs maintenance operational checks (MOC), limited maintenance test flights, and general maintenance test flights of aircraft to ensure airworthiness upon completion of extensive disassembly for maintenance, repair, replacement or modification of components or aircraft systems. Skilled in performing general test flights or limited test flight when grounded or when ground diagnostics tests cannot determine the safe and or proper functioning of aircraft components or systems. Ability to communicate effectively, via verbal or in writing to all levels of management.
Job Requirements:
Must be commercial rated pilot with current Class II flight physical, be proficient in and have at least 3000 total hours in rotary wing aircraft. Must have at least 1000 Pilot In Command (PIC) hours . Must be qualified in UH-60 and graduate of the US Army Aircraft Maintenance Officers Course (AMOC) Phase II (MTP QC).  Must have Maintenance Test Pilot hours
Salary Range: Neg-Neg
Relocation:
Travel:
Job Ident #:

Source: Pilot-Rotary Wing job at PAE - UH-60 Test Pilot: Barstow, CA