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11May/15Off

Helicopter Base Pilot – Ontario

Description

Base Pilot/Spray Pilot wanted in Thunder Bay, Ontario. Must have minimum 2,000 hours PIC; minimum 1,000 aerial application hours; current Ontario Pesticide Applicator License; leadership and supervisory abilities. Endorsed on Bell 206B, Bell 206L, AS350 AS355, R44. Minimum $60,000 plus medical and dental benefits. Only those selected for an interview will be contacted. Please email resumes to info@zimmerair.com.

Source: Ads - Aircraft Jobs - HELICOPTER BASE PILOT

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11May/15Off

Pilots – Alberta

Job Type Full-time
Date Posted Thursday, 07 May 2015
Location Drayton Valley, AB
Company Name Range Helicopters Inc.
Website: http://www.rangeheli.ca
Job Description Range Helicopters Inc. of Drayton Valley, AB is accepting resumes for pilot(s) interested in long term employment with a growing, dynamic and professionally orientated company. Due to size, customer base and fleet composition the minimums for resume submissions as follows: Minimums: • 2,750 hours - 1,000 hours PIC / Turbine. • Accident / Incident / Violation free history • Bell 206 endorsement • Current Class 1 Medical • Long Line Proficient • Remote Work Experience Bonus Points: • Approved Mountain Course • Bell 407 Experience • AS 350 Experience • Live or Relocate to the Edmonton / Drayton Valley • Wire Environment Course
How to Apply Contact:
• Operations Manager - Range Helicopters Inc. - ops@rangeheli.ca

Successful candidates will be contacted for interviews.

Range Helicopters Inc. encourages entry level candidates to actively pursue their goals, at this time RHI has committed to the employment of a lower time entrant to the business and therefore will only be accepting resumes from those with the minimum experience as above.

Email Resume To ops@rangeheli.ca

Source: Pilot / Rotary Job - Drayton Valley, AB - Helicopters Magazine

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11May/15Off

SAR S-92 Captains (2 positions) – Nova Scotia

Job Type Full-time
Date Posted Monday, 04 May 2015
Location Enfield, Nova Scotia
Company Name Canadian Helicopters Limited
Website: http://www.canadianhelicopters.com
Job Description IFR Offshore S-92 SAR Captains HNZ Group Inc. an international provider of helicopter transportation and related support services has been awarded a contract by Shell Canada Energy (“Shell”) to provide offshore personnel and cargo transport, medevac and search and rescue services from Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada. Shell’s Shelburne Basin Venture Exploration Drilling Project is expected to commence mid 2015 for 9 months with the possibility of further extensions and other opportunities within HNZ. Job Description: Key Responsibility Areas:  The completion of flights as scheduled in a safe and timely manner as appropriate;  Decisions on flight cancellations, and delays, or otherwise amending flights;  The observance of all Regulatory and Client rules and regulations, and the relevant OEM RFM;  The Captain shall conform to the Company directives and procedures contained within the Company Operations Manual and associated documents, during the flight planning, pre‐flight inspection and checks, in flight operations and in postflight reporting and activity;  Undertaking those tasks and duties of a non‐flying nature including, but not limited to, paperwork, helicopter husbandry and facility housekeeping etc.;  Ensuring all licences, ratings, medical certificates and applicable proficiency requirements are current in accordance with regulation and Company requirements prior to undertaking any form of commercial flight activity;  Providing timely advice to the Training Department and Chief Pilot whenever any licence, rating, FLV, visa, medical certificate, or proficiency check is coming due or has been renewed;  Ensuring that any training or testing required to maintain any of the requirements in 6 & 7 above has been assigned to the Captain in a timeframe that allows them to remain fully qualified for their assigned operation;  The operation and safety of any aircraft commanded and the safety of all persons on board. For this purpose the Captain will have final authority for the disposition of the aircraft during the time in which they are in command. Delegation of duties to other crew members shall in no way effect ultimate responsibility for the safe conduct of the flight;  Providing opportunities for the Co‐Pilots to increase their skill and knowledge in standard operating procedures. Safety Accountabilities:  The safety of flight on any aircraft of which they are the Captain;  Ensuring that all flight operations in which they are involved are conducted in accordance with:  all Local Aviation authority rules and regulations;  the RFM as published by the OEM;  the company Operations Manual and associated documents;  Any Client produced standards or guidelines under which the Company is contracted;  The conduct and adherence to rules, regulations and safety standards of all crewmembers on any aircraft of which they are the captain;  Reporting of any accident, incident, or occurrence resulting from all flight operation in which the Captain is involved;  Report any observed unsafe acts of flying, or variation from SOPs, to the Chief Pilot;  Advise the Chief Pilot of any observed deficiencies in the Operations Manual or other company policies as they relate to flight operations;  Report any observed non‐compliance with the company Quality and Safety procedures and HS&E policy to the Base FSO;  Individual compliance with the Company Drug and Alcohol policy;  Manage priorities in accordance with the cascade of Safety, Mission accomplishment and then profitability;  Have a working knowledge of the requirements of the Company’s IMS (SMS);  Attending safety meetings and training programs as directed;  Actively assist in the identification and resolution of hazards. We are looking for contract S-92 SAR Captains who have previous experience in:  Oil and Gas Offshore support operations  Cold weather operations Medevac transport and SAR experience is a requirement of the role, preferably on the S-92. Interested applicants should hold an S-92 type endorsement with the following minimum qualifications:  Transport Canada ATPL (H) or FAA  Command Instrument Rating  3000 flying hours  1500 hours PIC on turbine helicopters  1200 hours on multi-engine turbine helicopters  400 hours minimum flight time on S-92 in the previous 12 months  500 hours of flight time in cold weather areas Salary: Between $100,000.00 and $125,000.00 according to experience. We offer a competitive compensation program. If you have the experience and qualifications we are looking for and are passionate about the aviation industry, please register and apply on HNZ’s Career Centre: https://hnzglobal.careercentre.net.nz/Job/IFR-Offshore-S-92-SAR-Captains/Halifax-Canada/43
How to Apply If you have any questions regarding the role please contact:
 Canada: Marie-Josee Vendette, HR Director on mjvendette@hnz.com
 New-Zealand: Nina Dillon-Phillips, HR Manager (International) on ndillon-phillips@hnzglobal.com, or Roger Shugrue, Head of Flight Operations (International) on rshugrue@hnzglobal.com
Location: PO BOX 40 Corporate Office: 1215, Montée Pilon
Enfield STN Main Les Cèdres (QC) J7T 1G1
Enfield (NS) B2T 1C6
Email Resume To humanresources@canadianhelicopters.com

Source: SAR S-92 Captains (2 positions) Job - Enfield, Nova Scotia - Helicopters Magazine

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5May/15Off

STARS Air Ambulance Pilots – Canada

Position Location Closing Date
Pilot (1.0 FTE) Winnipeg base May 10, 2015
Pilot (1.0 FTE) Edmonton base May 8, 2015
Pilot (1.0 FTE) Regina base May 11, 2015

Source: Careers - STARS Air Ambulance

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3May/15Off

Pilot – Alberta

 

Position Type: Permanent
Company: STARS
Fax Number: (403) 516-2752
Address: 1441 Aviation Park, NE
Box 570
Calgary
Alberta
T2E 8M7
Canada
Web Address: www.stars.ca
Company Info: Shock Trauma Air Rescue Society (STARS) is a charitable, not-for-profit organization generously supported by government, corporate and individual donors. Our 24/7 emergency helicopter air ambulance service provides time, hope and life-saving transport to critically ill and injured patients. Recognized as leaders in critical care medicine, our team of professionals excel in patient care, rapid transport, emergency medical training and education. STARS is proud to have flown more than 26,000 missions since 1985. The entire STARS team is dedicated to delivering our long-standing vision of saving lives through partnership, innovation and leadership. Partnering with community services, STARS continues to deliver exceptional emergency care and transport from six bases across Alberta, Saskatchewan and Manitoba, including Calgary, Edmonton, Grande Prairie, Regina, Saskatoon and Winnipeg.
Supported Manufacturers:
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Job Information
Job Title: Pilot - Edmonton Base
Location: Edmonton Alberta Canada
Salary Range: Neg-Neg
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.

You are a professional helicopter pilot who thrives in a highly engaging team-based environment with excellent communications and organizational skills.  Qualified applicants for this role have a minimum of 2000 hours of helicopter experience, 100 hours multi-engine and 100 hours night/IFR combined experience.  A helicopter Airline Transport Licence, a Group 4 Instrument and Helicopter Night Ratings are required. The position requires the applicant to work a schedule of day and night shifts to make our 24/7/365 patient care mission possible.

 

To explore this opportunity further, please submit your resume to resumesab@stars.ca.  Close date:  May 8, 2015.

 

While we thank everyone for their interest, we are only able to contact applicants selected for an interview. You are encouraged to watch for future opportunities by checking www.stars.ca.

Requirements:
Travel:
Relocation:
Job Ident #:
Benefits: We offer a competitive salary based on experience as well as an excellent organization paid benefit package with a matched RRSP program. Most importantly, you will be a key member of the STARS organization and a link in our ability to execute our mission of saving lives safely within the chain of survival.

Source: Pilot-Rotary Wing job at STARS - Pilot - Edmonton Base

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3May/15Off

BK 117 Pilot – Canada

                

GSH is a helicopter company with a long standing reputation for safety, a diverse range of specialized services and outstanding job completion. With over 30 years of successful operations to our credit, our fleet of single and twin engine turbine helicopters, along with our team of people who believe in providing exceptional service continue to meet the needs of our customers that rely on helicopters to carry out their trades and public services

Business address:   Springbank Airport, 317 Noorduyn Park, Calgary, AB, T3Z 3S7

Location of work: Calgary AB, Prince Rupert BC, NWT and other client locations as required

Type of Employment: Full time -permanent

Anticipated Start Date: As soon as possible

Job Description:

This position reports to the Chief Pilot and as directed by Operations Manager and/or in the field may also receive direction for the designated senior Pilot. He/she will be responsible IAW the COM, Section 2.2.9, 4.4.2, 4.5.1, 4.6.1 and any other relevant sections for the operation and safety of the aircraft he/she commands and for the safety of all persons on-board during flight time. For this purpose he/she will have final authority for the disposition of the aircraft during the time in which he/she is in command.

Fly helicopters

Test new aircraft to evaluate performance

Is familiar with the COM and refers to it for each assignment for appropriate guidelines.

Is familiar with the Air Crew Reference Manual and refers to it for each assignment for appropriate guidelines.

Determines flight routes, speed, take-off and landing times to safely fulfill scheduling requirements.

Must stay current with general and local flight requirements and situations.

Responsible for the safe operation of the company aircraft IAW all policies and procedures, the COM and CARs.

Responsible for the safe operation of the company aircraft IAW the limitations specified in the applicable Rotorcraft Flight Manual RFM;

Must have ability to detect and identify aircraft system malfunctions and symptoms; records and reports snags to appropriate personnel.

Operates radios to maintain contact with clients, other aircraft, bases, etc.

Continually reviews weather and other operational considerations to ensure safe aircraft operation.

Before flight daily ensures aircraft is airworthy, and as often as necessary, undertakes an inspection of the aircraft and operational gear to ensure all items are in working condition, all

lubricant levels are at acceptable levels, sufficient fuel is available for the job.

Monitor operation of engine and aircraft systems during flight

Liaises with engineer(s) or head office to report and record deficiencies in the aircraft or operational equipment.

As required, briefs passengers or others on safety in and around aircraft.

Ensures aircraft is equipped with field requirements such as, but not limited to, fuel pump and hose, bung wrench, axe, emergency food, shelter and other supplies.

Ability to read and understand maps and air navigation charts.

Ensures flight plans and maps appropriate to remote work areas are on board aircraft.

Professionally performs all duties with a level of interpersonal skills appropriate to the position.

Maintains the confidentiality of sensitive information seen or heard.

In association with certain contracts or jobs may be asked to carry cell phone, pager or radio provided by the company or client.

Train and prepare pilots for examination

Professionally must perform all duties with a level of interpersonal skills appropriate to the position.

Requirements:

-Education:  Completion of secondary school and graduation from a certified flying or aviation school are required.

-Commercial helicopter pilot’s license /Commercial Pilot License – rotors is required

– Class “D” certified – External load long line

-Responsible for the safe operation of the company aircraft IAW all policies and procedures, the COM and CARs.

-Responsible for the safe operation of the company aircraft IAW the limitations specified in the applicable Rotorcraft Flight Manual RFM;

Experience:

1000+ hours on the BK117 Helicopter

1000+ hours working inside the wire line environment

Multi Engine experience

Training experience

Management Experience

International Experience

Salary:  $5000 monthly plus flight pay of $95 per hour and Long Line pay of $15 per hour.   Our company guarantees a minimum weekly salary of $1105.50  (based on 30 hours x $36.85 per hour)

An averaging agreement is in place

Benefits: Flight Suit, meals, transportation to and from job locations.

Apply by e-mail to: hr@gsheli.com

Apply by mail to: 317 Noorduyn Park Springbank Airport Calgary, Alberta T3Z 3S7

Source: BK 117 Pilot | Great Slave Helicopters

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23May/14Off

Chief Helicopter Pilot – Manitoba

COMPANY: Please log in to see job details DATE: May 20, 2014
POSITION: Chief Helicopter Pilot (Winnipeg, MB)
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.

via Pilot Job :: Chief Helicopter Pilot (Winnipeg, MB).

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15May/14Off

Production Operator / Helicopter Pilot – Alberta

Grande Prairie, Canada
Company DescriptionOpsMobil specializes in providing operational, mechanical and labour personnel to the Oil and Gas industry throughout Central / Northern Alberta and British Columbia.  We pride ourselves with providing both ground and heli-portable solutions to our varied and diverse client base.
We are currently accepting resumes to fill immediate and upcoming positions in our production department.

Job DescriptionOperator / Helicopter Pilot
We are currently accepting resumes for the position of Helicopter Pilot Operator to work at one of our current client contracts. We offer competitive salaries, employee benefits and and remote compensation packages for employees working for our clients in remote operating locations.

 

Job Requirements:

  • Commercial Helicopter Pilot Licence and Medical
  • Robinson R-44 Endorsement.
  • Minimum 1 year gas or oil operating experience.
  • Minimum of 650 hours PIC
QualificationsApplicants applying for this position should have at least two (2) years experience in the following:

  • Working knowledge of gathering systems, pipeline mitigation and protection practises.
  • Artificial lift systems including beam and or submersible pumps, plunger lifts, siphon systems, etc.
  • Facility operations including oil batteries and satellites, compressor stations, dehydration, refrigeration.
  • Experience in production monitoring systems (Scada, Zedi, etc.)
  • Experience in production reporting (Fieldview, PVR, etc.)
  • Commercial Helicopter Pilot Licence and Medical
  • Robinson R-44 Endorsement.
  • Minimum 1 year gas or oil operating experience.
  • Minimum of 650 hours PIC

 

Additional Assets

  • Current and valid H2S Alive, First Aid and IRP 16 training
  • Post secondary eduction such as SAIT Gas Process Operations or Production Field Operations (A,B,C,D) certification. Power Engineering Certificates or Production Optimization Certificate.
Additional InformationCandidates must submit a resume in order to be considered.

We thank all applicants.  Only those selected for interviews will be contacted. GO TO:

www.opsmobil.com

 

Job Details

Job Ref: Production Operator / Helicopter Pilot
Hours: Full Time
Location: Canada
Working Term: Permanent

via Production Operator / Helicopter Pilot.

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15May/14Off

Pilot – Canada

Description

Far West Helicopters is seeking a helicopter pilot with 1000 hrs minimum experience for Bell 206 series helicopters. Mountain, long line and drill experience preferred. Reply with resume/cover letter to info@farwesthelicopters.com

via Ads - Jobs - PILOT WANTED.

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15May/14Off

Full Time Pilot – Alberta

Description

Heli Source Ltd requires a full time pilot to join our expanding operation in Red Deer, Alberta.

The successful candidate must possess:

- current Canadian CPL(H) or ATPL(H) and medical

- minimum of 1000 rotary flight hours PIC time

- valid drivers license

- valid passport

- bondable, with no criminal record for US operations

- pass a pre-employment drug and alcohol screening

- proven longline/vertical reference experience

Preference will be given to candidates who possess;

- AS350B2/B3 and MD500D experience

- a training background with valid ACP

- approved mountain course

- powerline/utility work, including stringing and platform work

This is a full time position with relocation negotiable dependent upon candidate.

Full benefits for Single or Family including Extended Health, Prescription drugs, Out-of-Province coverage, Paramedical Services (Massage, physio, naturopathic, acupuncture, etc), Dental, Short-term and Long-term Disability, Life Insurance.

Salary is commensurate with experience, only successful candidates will be contacted.

Email resume with cover letter to chiefpilot@helisourceltd.com

Fly Safe!

via Ads - Jobs - Full Time Pilot required.

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