We are looking for motivated and energetic individuals that will take pride in representing Bailey Helicopters and provide our clients with outstanding customer service. Safety is our number one priority; if you’re a pilot who feels the same way, Bailey Helicopters would be a good fit for you.
6219 242 Road
Fort St John BC V1J 4M6
110 Bell Road
Fort Nelson BC V0C 1R0
Rotation: 2 Weeks on/2 Weeks off – Touring
3 Weeks on/1 Week off – Base Location
- Participation in our Safety Management System program
- Fly multi-engine helicopter to transport passenger and freight in northern BC
- Be familiar with all available flight information, including weather, and applicable NOTAMs where available, and determine fuel and oil requirements
- Ensure all required aircraft maintenance work has been completed
- Calculated aircraft weight and balance
- Complete VFR Flight Itinerary and Flight Risk, Assessment as applicable
- Completed the aircraft pre-flight inspection before each departure
- Supervise and carry out the loading and securing of passengers, freight or external loads
- Complete all post-flight duties, including filing arrival reports and confirmation to the company of whereabouts of the helicopter when operating away from the base, recording flight times and any defects
- Provide training and orientation to new pilots
- Maintain documents and equipment while on the base
- Liaise with clients to ensure their needs are satisfied
- May perform other duties, assigned
- Current Canadian CPL (H) or ATPL (H) and Medical
- Valid Driver’s Licence
- Valid Passport
- BC Approved Mountain Course is required
- Personal GPS unit and Helmet is required
- Mountain and Vertical reference experience is required
- Vertical Reference experience is required
- Pre-Drug and Alcohol Testing is required
- ACP considered an asset
- Training Experience considered an asset
- Class D certification considered an asset
- BC Hydro Certification considered an asset
- Minimum of 3000 hours total time on helicopters
- 500 hours on multi-engine helicopters
- 1500 hours minimum pilot-in-command time on helicopters
- 50 hours on type
- 100 hours on AS350 considered an asset
- 1500 hours total time on helicopters
- 1000 hours minimum pilot-in-command time on helicopters
- 50 hours on type
- Current and valid H2S Alive, Level 1 First Aid
- Post-Secondary Education
- Attention to Detail
- Hand Eye Coordination
- Strong work ethic and able to work efficiently as part of a team, flexibility with changing requirements regarding work hours/days, location and travel
- Maintain a high standard of conduct, be respectful of clients, visitors, co-workers and managers
We offer an exceptional work environment with an ethical, approachable and accountable management team. Efforts are rewarded, innovation is respected, and safety on the job is a primary focus for everyone.
- Home life is encouraged
- Remuneration is competitive
- Opportunities for advancement.
- Supportive of continual safety and quality improvement
- This position will involve frequent travel and excellent rotational shifts
- Fast paced environment
- Base and touring positions are both available
- Life Insurance
- Extended Health Care
- Dental Care
Touring Pilot - $2,500 - $4,000/Month
Base Pilot - $3,200 - $4,700
Interested applicants should forward a cover letter and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please refer the job posting title in your email subject line.We thank all applicants for their interest but only those selected for an interview will be contacted.
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|Address:||8450 Broadway st
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|Location:||Canada Alberta Canada|
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The successful applicant will have a demonstrated history of professionalism, a top notch safety record, excellent customer service skills and dedication to the highest possible quality of work.
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|Fax Number:||(709) 758-4934|
|Address:||P.O. Box 21300
Newfoundland and Labrador
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|Job Title:||Chief Pilot|
|Location:||St. Johns Newfoundland and Labrador Canada|
Cougar Helicopters Inc. as a division of VIH Aviation Group is currently accepting applications for the position of Chief Pilot for its IFR offshore and SAR operations. Cougar’s head office is in St. John’s NL with bases in St. John’s and Halifax, NS servicing the offshore oil and gas platforms with passenger transfer as well as Search and Rescue.
The successful candidate must hold a valid Canadian license and must qualify for the position under the Transport Canada requirements - CASS 724.07 (3). Prior IFR and offshore operations as well as training experience are required. Qualification as an Approved Check Pilot and a Search and Rescue background will be preferred. The Chief Pilot reports directly to the Director of Flight Operations and is responsible for the professional conduct and qualification of all flight crews, flight crew training and equipment.
The job requirements are to reside in St. John’s NL, work from an office in St. John’s but be willing to travel to other bases/facilities and attend such training, seminars and duties as required, domestically and internationally, specifically the USA and Europe.
All applicants must have a valid passport to travel to the USA and UK for evaluation and training purposes. Resumes may be forwarded to the Director of Flight Operations, Cougar Helicopters Inc. by Fax (709) 758 4015 or emailed to email@example.com. Please attach a resume in the form of PDF or Microsoft word document and identify your interest in the position by stating the Subject line: “Application for Chief Pilot position”. Deadline for submission of resume is Friday, April 30th, 2014. An in-person interview will be required where credentials will be verified. Salary is negotiable.
Cougar Helicopters Inc. is an equal opportunity employer. We appreciate the interest of all candidates, however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted.
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|Fax Number:||(403) 516-2752|
|Address:||1441 Aviation Park, NE
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|Job Desc:||The STARS pilot is an integral member of the Aviation team. The STARS pilot safely and effectively pilots STARS aircraft and is an active member of the STARS Operational team.|
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|Date Posted||Thursday, 03 April 2014|
|Company Name||Fireweed Helicopters
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|How to Apply||Please send resumes by e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org|
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|Date Posted||Wednesday, 02 April 2014|
|Company Name||Fast Air Helicopters Ltd.
|Job Description||Fast Air Helicopters Ltd. is a small, day VFR company that operates out of the James Richardson International Airport in Winnipeg, Manitoba. Operating Bell 206 helicopters the company provides services locally and in support of Fast Air’s fixed wing fleet customers. Position – Chief Pilot Duties and Responsibilities - conducting the approved training program and supervision of flight crews. Qualifications – Ability to meet all the requirements of STD 723.07(2)(b)(i) for the position of Chief Pilot - holds a Commercial Pilot Licence (Helicopter); - have at least 500 hours of flying time as a helicopter pilot-in-command, of which 250 hours shall have been acquired within the preceding three years; - Qualify for a Restricted Area Identification Card (RAIC) - Supervisory Experience - Fixed Wing License considered an asset - Bell 206 PPC considered an asset This position is ideally suited for someone who is semi-retired or a person wishing to gain management experience. Please response by resume only to firstname.lastname@example.org attention Operations Manager.|
|How to Apply||by resume only|
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|Address||Stewart, BC V0T 1W0, Canada|
|Date Posted||Tuesday, 25 March 2014|
|Job Description||Ornge is a modern, vital, evolving organization that is dedicated to providing the highest quality transport medicine services to the province of Ontario. From air transport to the critical care land transport program, we provide a range of services to patients and hospitals across the province. We are looking for individuals who are dedicated and energetic and who are looking for a career with a dynamic, patient-focused organization. Ornge is committed to creating and promoting diversity, accessibility and inclusion in the workplace. Ornge Air currently has the following position available: Position Available: Manager of Flight Operations Status: Non-Union Permanent full time Location: 5310 Explorer Drive, Mississauga, ON Reports to: Director of Flight Operations, Rotor Wing & Fixed Wing POSITION SUMMARY: As a member of the Ornge Air Operations Team, the Manager of Flight Operations will be responsible to the Director, Flight Operations for Fixed Wing and Rotor Wing in providing operations data, flight planning system & aircraft performance in support of flight operations and flight crew. MAJOR RESPONSIBILITIES: • Manage the Service Level Agreement between Ornge and the Flight Following service provider. • Maintain and administer the Flight Operations modules within Aviation’s software applications. • Track, monitor and report on on-time performance as well as reviewing and monitoring declined, discontinued and delayed calls. • Liaise with internal departments and external agencies which may affect services as required for safe and efficient flight operations. • Collaboration with all functional areas in establishing continuous quality initiatives and improvement strategies that promotes key performance indicators and their measurement. • Manage processes related to pilot and aerodrome records, manuals and compliance. • Other duties as assigned. QUALIFICATIONS: • Post Secondary Degree/ Diploma in related field; • Minimum 2 years experience in aviation operations, or an aviation related field, or equivalent, ideally within Flight Operations; • Management experience; • Experience in a regulated industry – Transport Canada; CARS & CASS, or equivalent; • Excellent written and verbal communication; • Self motivated, able to manage deadlines effectively; • Strong organizational skills and project management skills; • Proficient in Microsoft Office and Databases • Considers high-quality work the norm. • Ability to work as part of a dynamic team of professionals.|
|How to Apply||Qualified candidates are invited to forward their resume by email in MS Word format to Human Resources via email: firstname.lastname@example.org no later than April 8th, 2014 quoting Reference # OA14092 in the subject line.
We thank all applicants for their interest; however only those selected for interviews will be contacted.
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