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5Feb/16Off

Helicopter Pilot – Eastern Canada

With a view to long-term growth and to further expanse its spraying services, GDG Aviation is seeking to fill a Helicopter Pilot position for different mandates throughout Eastern Canada.
Job Description
Under the direct supervision of the manager, the pilot will be in charge of spraying operations for the contract(s) assigned. Moreover, the pilot will periodically calibrate the machine and do basic aircraft maintenance.

The ideal candidate has sound jugdment, is resourceful, team-spirited and work safely.
Experience/ required skills
• The pilot holds a valid Canadian commercial helicopter pilot licence
• Minimum of 500 hours of flight experience as pilot-in-command- PIC
• Minimum of 300 hours on turbine-powered helicopters
• Significant and recent spraying experience
• Experience on Bell 2016 B3/L3 helicopter type
• Advanced english or anglophone

Work conditions / Benefits
• Contract start date : to be determined
• Salary based on experience
• Must be willing to work flexible hours
• Transportation and accommodation expenses covered
• Training offered by employer (transportation of dangerous goods, CPR, etc.)

Interested candidates should send their resume asap by email : info@gdgaviation.com, or by mail, to the attention of Mr. Frédéric Lamy : 3375 Lindbergh, Trois-Rivières, QC,
G9A 5E1.

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3Feb/16Off

Pilot-Regional Manager – Alberta

Okanagan Mountain Helicopters seeks a leader to help in the growth of specific industry services in Alberta.

Okanagan Mountain Helicopters is a company on the grow that specializes in mountain operations and specialty services to the resource sector. Although the economy may be presenting challenges, we are positioned for and seeking opportunities to grow our client base and expand our service offerings. We are seeking an experienced pilot who can help us achieve growth through their leadership, skills and ambition to share in the success of a team through the success of our clients.

- See more at: https://www.helicoptersmagazine.com/jobs/pilot-regional-manager-6433#sthash.lNGOEV27.dpuf

Source: Pilot-Regional Manager | Helicopters Magazine

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3Feb/16Off

Director of Operations – British Columbia

  • Job Type: Full-time
  • Location: Kamloops, BC
  • Company: Summit Helicopters
You are an experienced aviation management professional with an extensive background in the helicopter industry. In the role of Director of Operations, you will be responsible for managing the flight activities of Summit Helicopters in accordance with the Company Operations Manual and Transport Canada Regulatory Requirements. Join the Summit Helicopters team in Kamloops, BC.

Requirements

• 8+ years of aviation experience, specifically in rotary operations
• 5+ years of management experience
• Holds or has held the appropriate license and ratings for which a pilot-in-command is required to hold for one of the aircraft operated by Summit Helicopters (Bell 206, Bell 407, Bell 412)
• University degree is not required but is considered an asset
• Thorough understanding of Transport Canada Regulations pertaining to aviation operations
• Strong management, leadership, coaching, interpersonal, and problem solving skills
• Self-starter with excellent organizational and planning skills, and the ability to juggle multiple priorities
• Knowledge of budgeting and financial reporting

Please apply online at http://jobs.ledcor.com/jobs/1271635-Director-of-Operations.aspx

- See more at: https://www.helicoptersmagazine.com/jobs/director-of-operations-6409#sthash.uYXP5tcl.dpuf

Source: Director of Operations | Helicopters Magazine

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3Feb/16Off

Chief Pilot – British Columbia

  • Job Type: Full-time
  • Location: Kamloops, BC
  • Company: Summit Helicopters
You are an experienced helicopter pilot seeking an opportunity to apply your skills in a leadership role. As Chief Pilot, you will be responsible for managing all pilots within Summit Helicopters under the direction of the Director of Operations. You will oversee the activities of Summit Helicopters pilots in accordance with the company operations manual and Transport Canada regulatory requirements.Join our Summit Helicopters team in Kamloops, BC today!

Requirements

• Valid Canadian Airline Transport Pilot License (Unrestricted)
• Current and Valid Group IV Instrument Rating & Night Rating
• Minimum 3000 hour pilot in command time
• Minimum 5 years mountain flying experience
• Bell 412 endorsement with minimum 100 hours on type
• Previous supervisory experience required
• Bell 206, Bell 407 endorsements an asset
• Heli-ski experience an asset
• NVG experience and/or knowledge an asset
• University degree is not required but is considered an asset
• Previous experience in marketing or business development highly preferred
• Strong management, leadership, coaching, interpersonal, and problem solving skills
• Self-starter with excellent organizational and planning skills, and the ability to juggle multiple priorities
• Knowledge of budgeting and financial reporting

Please apply online at http://jobs.ledcor.com/jobs/1271634-Chief-Pilot.aspx

- See more at: https://www.helicoptersmagazine.com/jobs/chief-pilot-6408#sthash.kOrRzUWB.dpuf

Source: Chief Pilot | Helicopters Magazine

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3Feb/16Off

Helicopter Pilots – Manitoba

Current Opportunities

Senior Pilot

Relief Pilot

Junior Pilot

Source: Helicopter Services - Aerial Imagery - Thermal Scanning - Geomatics - Taiga Air Services - Winnipeg, Manitoba | Current Opportunities

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15Jan/16Off

Helicopter Pilot / Base Manager (Seasonal) – Alberta

Small, stable, helicopter charter company located in the Peace Region is seeking seasonal Pilot / Base Manager with interest and aptitude for future advancement into key management role.

Highpoint Helicopters operates a fleet of AS350-B2 aircraft from bases in Grande Prairie, Grande Cache and Peace River, Alberta. We are seeking applications from experienced pilots interested in seasonal employment as Pilot / Base Manager from May through September 2016. The proposed shift schedule is 22/8 (days) throughout the core season with relief blocks provided on a pre-scheduled basis. Preference will be given to candidates residing in the Peace Region and those with interest and aptitude for advancement into Transport Canada defined key roles within the Company. Minimum qualifications: 2000 Hr. Heli PIC; 500 Hr. AS350 Series; Mountain Course; Longline Proficiency & Good Customer Relation Skills. Excellent pay, stable and positive team environment, ongoing opportunity with room for advancement, very high quality aircraft operated from established bases.Please forward resume to Daryl Anderson electronically or by mail at: Highpoint Helicopters Ltd. Box 505, 4811 Telqua Drive 108 Mile Ranch, B.C. V0K 2Z0 Telephone inquiries from interested individuals also accepted at (250)-706-7731

- See more at: https://www.helicoptersmagazine.com/jobs/helicopter-pilot-base-manager-seasonal-6387#sthash.KXJmiuwa.dpuf

Source: Helicopter Pilot / Base Manager (Seasonal) | Helicopters Magazine

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18Dec/15Off

Base Pilots – Alberta & British Columbia

[Locations: Fort Nelson, Quesnel, Peace River /admin]

Pilots: Highland is eagerly seeking pilots with a minimum of 3,000 hours on helicopters and, preferably, experience on both the JetRanger and AStar, plus a recognized mountain qualification and experience in the mountains of western Canada. Please send resumés to:

Source: Highland Helicopters

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3Dec/15Off

Helicopter Pilots – Alberta

Calgary, AB

Salary:

$42.00 hourly for 40 hours per week

Job Number:

172019

Benefits

Medical Benefits, Piece Work, Dental Benefits, Group Insurance Benefits, Life Insurance Benefits, RRSP Benefits, Other Benefits

Anticipated Start Date:

As soon as possible

Source:

 Job Bank

Terms of Employment:

Permanent   Full-Time

Number of positions:

5

EMPLOYER DETAILS

Employer:

Great Slave Helicopter Ltd.

JOB REQUIREMENTS

Languages

English

Education

Secondary (high) school graduation certificate

Flying Instructor Specific Skills

Train licenced pilots for additional certification; Instruct student pilots in procedures and techniques of flying aircraft and in ground-school subjects such as navigation, radio procedures and flying regulations

Credentials (certificates, licences, memberships, courses, etc.)

Visual Flight Rating; Private Pilot Licence; Multi-instrument Flight Rating; Flight instrument rating; Airline Pilot Transport Licence - rotors; Commercial Pilot Licence - rotors

Experience

5 years or more

Additional Skills

Longline; Hydro and utilities

Type of Flying

Sightseeing; Search and rescue; Government transport; Forest firefighting; Commercial aviation; Bush pilot operation; Aircraft testing; Aerial surveys

Pilot Specific Skills

Test new aircraft to evaluate performance; Fly fixed wing aircrafts or helicopters; Conduct pre-flight inspection of aircraft and check passenger and cargo distribution to ensure that weight and balance specifications are met; Co-ordinate flight activities with ground crews and air-traffic control, inform crew members of flight and test procedures and direct activities of aircraft crew during flights; Contact control towers for takeoff clearances, arrival instructions and other information; Conduct in-flight tests and monitor functioning of aircraft equipment and systems during flights; Maintain communications with flight dispatchers and weather forecasters and respond to and report in-flight emergencies and malfunctions; Prepare flight evaluation reports

Work Site Environment

Confined spaces; Dangerous; Outdoors; At heights; Noisy; Non-smoking

Transportation/Travel Information

Willing to travel; Willing to travel regularly; Willing to travel cross-border; Willing to travel for extended periods; Valid driver's licence; Travel expenses paid by employer; Willing to travel internationally

Work Conditions and Physical Capabilities

Fast-paced environment; Work under pressure; Physically demanding; Manual dexterity; 20/20 vision; Attention to detail; Hand-eye co-ordination; Ability to distinguish between colours; Sound discrimination; Sitting; Combination of sitting, standing, walking; Large workload; Tight deadlines; Overtime required

Work Location Information

Rural area; Staff accommodation available; Staff accommodation provided; Remote location; Various locations; Outside Canada; Willing to relocate; Relocation costs not covered by employer

Personal Suitability

Initiative; Effective interpersonal skills; Flexibility; Accurate; Team player; Excellent oral communication; Excellent written communication; Client focus; Judgement; Values and ethics; Reliability; Organized

HOW TO APPLY

By e-mail:

hr@gsheli.com

Date Posted:

2015-11-26

Advertised until:

2015-12-26

Important Notice: This job advertisement has been provided by an external employer. The Government of Canada is not responsible for the accuracy, authenticity or reliability of the content.

Source: helicopter pilot - Calgary, AB - Job Posting - Job Bank

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27Nov/15Off

Chief Pilot – Saskatchewan

Northern Shield Helicopters (NSH) is seeking a Chief Pilot to lead its team of pilots as the Company embarks on a period of intense growth and expansion.

The successful candidate will be a strong leader and dynamic individual possessing the interpersonal skills and ability to work well with others while building relationships within the Company, industry and among our clients.  As the Chief Pilot you will promote a positive attitude toward safety and safe-work practices in all flight crew and you will always place safety first.  You will elicit the best from our pilots and be experienced in technical training and flight instruction.  You must possess high-level problem solving skills and be an attention-to-detail type person particularly with respect to your administrative skills.

The Chief Pilot reports directly to the Director of Flight Operations and is responsible to:

•   Exercise administrative and supervisory oversight of NSH pilots;
•   Oversee and participate in the selection, interviewing, hiring and training of all NSH pilots;
•   Develop, implement and oversee all flight crew training programs and maintain the training records;
•   Maintain proficiency as a line captain;
•   Complete line proficiency checks on pilots and attain ACP status ASAP;
•   Complete all safety related duties and responsibilities of the Chief Pilot;
•   Participate in investigations and responses to all occurrence reports;
•   Administer and monitor the pilots’ schedule and performance;
•   Maintain the highest levels of pilot professionalism throughout the flight department;
•   Correctly apply your superior knowledge of all applicable Transport Canada regulations and guidelines and ensure NSH conformity;
•   Nurture and support flight crew compliance with all regulations and guidelines;
•   Issue directives and notices to the flight crews as required;
•   Monitor and process all flight crew reports;
•   Maintain a thorough understanding of all NSH operations;
•   Work closely with the Director of Flight Operations to develop pilot skills, Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) in response to customer needs and industry trends;
•   Liaise with Transport Canada and other regulatory agencies as necessary;
•   Promote and foster a safe and efficient operating environment;
•   Participate in NSH management processes including the promotion of corporate goals and initiatives with emphasis on safety, economic efficiency, best practice and customer service;
•   Participate in the Emergency Response plan as described in the NSH Emergency Response Manual; and
•   Other duties as assigned by the Director of Flight Operations.

NSH offers competitive wages commensurate with experience and expects the successful candidate to possess:

•   An Airline Transport Pilot Licence – Helicopter (ATPL-H); or
•   A Canadian Commercial Helicopter License (CHL);
•   A valid Category 1 Aviation Medical Certificate;
•   A valid Driver’s License;
•   A valid passport;
•   Numerous turbine helicopter endorsements and experience on each type;
•   Long-line experience (an asset);
•   Instrument rating;
•   Multi-engine time;
•   Night flying experience (an asset);
•   Instructional time (an asset);
•   NVG experience (an asset);
•   At least a Grade 12 education; and
•   The motivation to develop business opportunities.

NSH expects that you are capable of (although, not necessarily experienced in) teaching:

•   Human Factors in aviation;
•   Cockpit Resource Management;
•   Multi-Crew SOPs;
•   Long-lining;
•   Fire suppression operations;
•   Client relations;
•   Survival Training techniques; and
•   Flight in reduced visibility.

Northern Shield Helicopters is one of five wholly-owned subsidiary companies in the Transwest Group of Companies.  NSH was created to serve customers within Saskatchewan, primarily in support of the utility, oil and gas and resource sectors.  NSH’s plans for growth will take the Company into new sectors and locales globally.

To view all the opportunities at Northern Shield Helicopters please visit the Transwest Air website: http://www.transwestair.com; or, should you feel yourself a good fit for the NSH team, contact NSH’s Director of Flying Operations.

Please forward cover letter and résumé to careers@northernshieldhelicopters.com

We appreciate the interest of all candidates, however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted.

Source: Chief Pilot Wanted

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27Nov/15Off

Helicopter Pilots – Saskatchewan

Northern Shield Helicopters (NSH) is looking for VFR and IFR helicopter pilots with the right attitude and experience to join our energetic team.  We offer competitive wages commensurate with experience and need to expand our pilot cadré to meet our current needs as well as our plans for growth in both single- and multi-engine aircraft.  We expect that you can ‪legally work in Canada and possess:‬‬‬‬‬‬‬

•   An Airline Transport Pilot Licence – Helicopter (ATPL-H); or
•   A Canadian Commercial Helicopter License (CHL);
•   A valid Category 1 Aviation Medical Certificate
•   A valid Driver’s License
•   A valid passport
•   At least a Grade 12 education

We hope you have:

•   Turbine helicopter time and experience
•   Long-line experience (an asset)
•   Instrument rating
•   Multi-engine time
•   Night flying experience (an asset)
•   Instructional time (an asset)
•   NVG experience (an asset)

NSH will employ you on any number of rotary-wing aircraft depending on your endorsements and experience and will train you in:

•   Human Factors in aviation
•   Cockpit Resource Management
•   Multi-Crew SOPs
•   Long-lining
•   Fire suppression operations
•   Client relations
•   Dangerous Goods
•   Survival Training
•   First Aid including CPR
•   WHIMIS
•   Flight in reduced visibility

In addition to your normal pilot duties and responsibilities, you must be willing to work flexible hours, have a positive attitude toward safety and safe-work practices and always place the safety and care of your passengers, customers and aircraft first.   You are required to comply and conform with all regulations and be able to work efficiently and effectively with other flight and ground crews.  If you possess the skills to effectively communicate verbally and in writing, you may be suited for any number of other positions within NSH.

Northern Shield Helicopters is one of five wholly-owned subsidiary companies in the Transwest Group of Companies.  NSH was created to serve customers within Saskatchewan, primarily in support of the utility, oil and gas and resource sectors.  NSH’s plans for growth will take the Company into new sectors and locales.

To view all the opportunities at Northern Shield Helicopters please visit the Transwest Air website: http://www.transwestair.com; or, should you feel yourself a good fit for the NSH team, contact NSH’s Director of Flying Operations.

Please forward cover letter and résumé to careers@northernshieldhelicopters.com

We appreciate the interest of all candidates, however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted.

Source: Helicopter Pilots wanted

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