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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.
www.airbushelicopters.ca
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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30Sep/17Off

AW139 HEMS Co-Pilot – Ontario

Reference #OA17-1329

 

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 is seeking Rotor Wing First Officers for our AgustaWestland AW139 aircraft. This posting will be used to create an eligibility list of qualified candidates to fill potential upcoming opportunities:

POSITIONS AVAILABLE: ROTOR WING FIRST OFFICER

POSITION STATUS: PERMANENT FULL-TIME

LOCATION: ALL BASES

REPORTING TO: CHIEF PILOT

COMPENSATION: AS PER COLLECTIVE BARGAINING AGREEMENT

 

POSITION SUMMARY:

Rotor Wing Pilots are responsible for all aspects of aircraft operation, must be able to fly in varying conditions, handle pressure well and be flexible and adaptable.  Ornge aircraft are province wide resources and aviation personnel may be required to provide flight support at bases other than the home base where demand arises.   All Ornge pilots are required to complete the company’s training program and successfully pass a Transport Canada PPC. They are responsible for following all applicable policies and Standard Operating Procedures. The Second-in-Command (SIC) assists the Pilot-in-Command with the flight planning and Aircraft preparation as directed by the Pilot-in-Command. They are responsible to the Pilot-in-Command for carrying out specific duties in connection with the operation of the aircraft to which they are assigned.

 

QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Valid commercial Rotary-wing (H) License
  • 500 Rotary-wing hours
  • Completed ATPL Exams
  • Valid Group 4 Instrument Rating
  • Night Rating
  • Valid Class 1 medical
  • An AW-139 Type Rating and EMS experience is desirable
  • Ability to successfully complete the Controlled Goods Security Assessment Application for Night Vision Goggle purposes
  • Valid Canadian Passport or ability to work in Canada and ability to travel to the USA.
  • Immunization records with required vaccinations.

HOURS AND LOCATION OF WORK:

  • Pilots are required to work various shifts and overtime, including day and night shifts and weekends in a 24/7 environment, including days, afternoons and nights on weekdays, weekends, and statutory holidays;
  • During the course of their shift duties, Pilots will be required to overnight away from their home base;
  • Successful candidates must live or be willing to relocate within close proximity to the assigned base location, and reside or have a location that permits compliance with the CARs rest requirements between shifts and allows arrival at their assigned base within one and one half hour of callout when on an on-call shift;
  • Employees may be required to use respiratory protective equipment and they shall co-operate in attaining an effective fit of the equipment and in particular, be clean shaven to ensure an effective facial seal to provide for the health and safety of all employees.

HOW TO APPLY: Qualified candidates are invited to apply on-line by October 29, 2017. If you require a disability accommodation in order to participate in the recruitment process, please contact us and provide your contact information. A Human Resources Officer will contact you within 48 hours. We thank all those who apply and advise that only those selected for further consideration will be contacted.

Source: ADP Workforce Now

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25Sep/17Off

Operations Manager – Nova Scotia

Operations Manager, Aviation Services

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Date: Sep 18, 2017

 

Competition # 4129 

 

Operations Manager, Aviation Services, Permanent, SHUBENACADIE  

 

Natural Resources 

 

Posting Closing Date: 10/9/2017  

 

Our goal is to be a diverse workforce that is representative, at all job levels, of the citizens we serve.  The Government of Nova Scotia has an Employment Equity Policy and we welcome applications from Aboriginal People, African Nova Scotians and Other Racially Visible Persons, Persons with Disabilities and Women in occupations or positions where they are under-represented.  If you are a member of one of the equity groups, you are encouraged to self-identify, on your application form, cover letter, or on your resume.

Duties

 

Reporting to the Director of Fleet and Forest Protection, the Operations Manager (Manager) is responsible for the day to day operations of DNR’s Aviation Services.

 

As a Regulated position under the Canadian Aviation Regulations (CARs), the Manager is responsible to;

 

  • Ensure that all Aviation Services’ Operations and Maintenance are conducted in accordance with the relevant Canadian Aviation Regulations and the Aeronautics Act.
  • Provide leadership, direction and coordinate Flight Operations and Maintenance staff for a safe, effective and efficient operation of DNR’s helicopter fleet.
  • Provide leadership in obtaining and maintaining the Air Operator Certificate from Transport Canada

 

Specifically, the Manager is accountable to DNR Aviation Services’ Accountable Executive (the Deputy-Minister) and Transport Canada that all Flight and Maintenance Operations are conducted in accordance with the applicable CARs, by ensuring that all published procedures and processes meet the relevant sections of the CARs, the Aeronautics Act, the Transportation of Dangerous Goods Act and all applicable Federal and Provincial regulations.  The Manager will ensure Federally Regulated Air Operations Manual (AOM) and Maintenance Policy & Procedure (MCPM) manuals are also developed and/or updated.

 

The Manager is also responsible for the Aviation Services budget, operating expenditures, recoveries, capital expenditures and accurately forecasting budget requirements.  As well, the Manager ensures the effective management of human resources by setting and evaluating staff performance targets, promoting diversity and a healthy, respectful workplace, respecting corporate human resources practices, promoting teamwork and individual development and maintaining good internal communication.  This includes ensuring the effective delivery of an Occupational Health and Safety program that complies with the Occupational Health and Safety Act and other related legislation, standards and management principles.

Qualifications

 

The Operations Manager must meet the qualifications defined under CARs Standard 722.07(2)(a) and 723.07(2)(a).

 

The Candidate must hold or have held a Canadian Commercial Pilot’s License - Helicopters (CPL-H) or an Airline Transport Pilot’s License - Helicopters (ATPL-H).

 

Must have Management and Supervisory experience in civil aviation air operations.

 

As well, proven leadership abilities are critical to effectively achieve results in this complex work environment. The Successful candidate will have significant experience in managing staff; managing multiple projects and deadlines; problem solving and financial management; excellent verbal and written skills; time management and excellent organizational skills with attention to detail.  This position requires a results oriented individual with a high level of initiative and motivation.

 

The successful candidate will also have proven experience in the following competencies:  Decisiveness, Strategic Orientation, Developing Others, Team Leadership, Self-Awareness & Personal Impact, Effective Interactive Communication, Partnering & Relationship Building and Intercultural & Diversity Proficiency.

 

The successful candidate must have a valid driver’s license.

Special Statement

 

The candidate must not have any convictions;

  1. under subsection 7.3(1) of the Aeronautics Act; or
  2. two or more convictions, occurring during separate unrelated events, under the Canadian Aviation Regulations.

 

Within six months of being hired, the candidate must be interviewed and accepted by Transport Canada as the Operations Manager for DNR Aviation Services.

Competencies

Analytical Thinking

Action Management

Team Leadership

Initiative

Effective Interactive Communication

Partnering & Relationship Building

Intercultural Diversity Proficiency

 

Pay Grade:  EC 11  

 

Salary Range:  $2,613.00 - $3,332.00 Bi-Weekly plus a temporary salary adjustment of $490.05 bi-weekly.

 

* The temporary salary adjustment may be subject to change (up or down) or may be terminated at a future date.

 

 We thank all applicants for their interest, however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted.

 

All current employees who wish to be considered an internal candidate, please click here.

 

Offer of employment is conditional upon the completion of all applicable background checks and confirmation of credentials, the results of which must be satisfactory to the employer or will result in termination of your employment.

 

For questions or concerns, please contact Competitions@novascotia.ca

Source: Operations Manager, Aviation Services

25Aug/17Off

AW139 HEMS First Officer – Ontario

[Deadline September 1, 2017. /Admin]

Rotor Wing First Officer

Company Ornge
Location Ontario, Canada
Category Helicopter Pilot Job
Employment Full Time
Salary TBD
Posted 28-Jul-2017 (apply by 27-Aug-2017)

ROTOR WING FIRST OFFICER

Reference #OA17-1314

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 is seeking Rotor Wing First Officers.

POSITIONS AVAILABLE: ROTOR WING FIRST OFFICER

POSITION STATUS: PERMANENT FULL-TIME

LOCATION: ALL BASES

REPORTING TO: CHIEF PILOT

COMPENSATION: AS PER COLLECTIVE BARGAINING AGREEMENT

POSITION SUMMARY:

Rotor Wing Pilots are responsible for all aspects of aircraft operation, must be able to fly in varying conditions, handle pressure well and be flexible and adaptable.  Ornge aircraft are province wide resources and aviation personnel may be required to provide flight support at bases other than the home base where demand arises.   All Ornge pilots are required to complete the company’s training program and successfully pass a Transport Canada PPC. They are responsible for following all applicable policies and Standard Operating Procedures. The Second-in-Command (SIC) assists the Pilot-in-Command with the flight planning and Aircraft preparation as directed by the Pilot-in-Command. They are responsible to the Pilot-in-Command for carrying out specific duties in connection with the operation of the aircraft to which they are assigned.

QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Valid commercial Rotary-wing (H) License
  • 500 Rotary-wing hours
  • Completed ATPL Exams
  • Valid Group 4 Instrument Rating
  • Night Rating
  • Valid Class 1 medical
  • An AW-139 Type Rating and EMS experience is desirable
  • Ability to successfully complete the Controlled Goods Security Assessment Application for Night Vision Goggle purposes
  • Valid Canadian Passport or ability to work in Canada and ability to travel to the USA.
  • Immunization records with required vaccinations

HOURS AND LOCATION OF WORK:

  • Pilots are required to work various shifts and overtime, including day and night shifts and weekends in a 24/7 environment, including days, afternoons and nights on weekdays, weekends, and statutory holidays;
  • During the course of their shift duties, Pilots will be required to overnight away from their home base;
  • Successful candidates must live or be willing to relocate within close proximity to the assigned base location, and reside or have a location that permits compliance with the CARs rest requirements between shifts and allows arrival at their assigned base within one and one half hour of callout when on an on-call shift;
  • Employees may be required to use respiratory protective equipment and they shall co-operate in attaining an effective fit of the equipment and in particular, be clean shaven to ensure an effective facial seal to provide for the health and safety of all employees.

HOW TO APPLY:

Qualified candidates are invited to apply on-line by September 1, 2017. If you require a disability accommodation in order to participate in the recruitment process, please contact us and provide your contact information. A Human Resources Officer will contact you within 48 hours. We thank all those who apply and advise that only those selected for further consideration will be contacted.

Source: Rotor Wing First Officer - Best Aviation Jobs

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25Aug/17Off

AS350/B206 Aerial Work Pilot – British Columbia

White River Helicopters Inc. is currently accepting resumes for part-time/seasonal contract commercial pilots to provide team coverage during our busy seasons.

You will be based out of our Terrace hangar, to work in the BC North Coast region, and preferably available to start immediately. There may be opportunities to move into full-time pool positions for excellent performers.

Summer/fall flying jobs would entail being available to work in remote mineral exploration or forestry camps. Positioned dependent on operational need.

Requirements:

  • 1000+ hours (Pilot in Command) with experience in flying mountainous and coastal terrain, external loads and precision flying in confined spaces.
  • Current Canadian Commercial Helicopter Pilot License, valid PPC
  • Canadian citizen (must be legally eligible to work in Canada)
  • Must have AStar 350 (currently BA & B2) and Bell 206 endorsements
  • Language (speak/write): English
  • Local (BC/Alberta) candidates are an asset
  • Drivers license class 5

Personal Suitability

Excellent oral & written communication, flexibility, initiative, effective interpersonal skills, professional attitude, client focus, organized, reliability, team player, ethics and values, accuracy, judgement.

Additional Assets-Requirements for Possible Work

Longline, heli-skiing, wildlife capture/surveying, forest firefighting, diamond drill moves, pipeline surveys.

 

If you are interested in this opportunity, please send a copy of your resume via email. Apply by email to sid at whiteriverhelicopters.ca

We appreciate all interested applications; however only those selected for an interview will be contacted. Your application will be kept in the company databank for upwards of a year.

(updated July 14, 2017)

White River Helicopters is an equal opportunity employer. Employment decisions are based upon job-related reasons regardless of an applicant's race, colour, religion, sex, age, marital status, national origin, or any other status protected by law.

Source: White river helicopters » Employment

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1Jul/17Off

S76 Training Pilot – Canada

Training Pilot

Description

Needed Immediately : S76 training Pilot

This is a part time position.

CONTACT: sales@aeroads.ca

Source: Ads - Aircraft Jobs - Training Pilot

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1Jul/17Off

AS350 Survey Pilot – Canada/USA

Survey Pilot

Description

Questral Helicopters is Looking for Qualified Survey Pilots

Require:
AS350 Endorsement
B2 /B3
Min 2500hrs TT

Survey Experience a requirement or other relatable experience.

All point abroad - Canada / USA

No relocation required - paid transport from your Location to job site and back.

Apply to troy@questralhelicopters.com
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Information

Contact

Troy Fisher
6137232929
1205 8th Line Edwards
Ottawa
email

Source: Ads - Aircraft Jobs - Survey Pilot

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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

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17May/17Off

Assistant Operations Manager – British Columbia

  1. Lakelse Air
    Lakelse Air is seeking a suitably qualified applicant for the position of Assistant Operations Manager.
    Located in Terrace BC, we are part of the Bear Creek Group, one of the largest private employers in the area. We support a diverse range of clients with operations in mining, forestry, hydro and oil and gas.
    We are looking for a positive, hardworking and professional individual who would take pride in joining our team. Lakelse places a high value on safety, training and integrity in all aspects of our operations.
    This position would require the successful candidate to reside in Terrace, BC.
    The following would be considered an asset:
    • Previous experience in an aviation managerial role
    • Diverse pilot experience background

    An extremely competitive salary and benefits package will be provided for the successful candidate.

    Visit our website www.lakelseair.com to learn more about our company.
    Applications close end of day June 2nd, 2017. Please submit your resume and cover letter via email to James Carr – jcarr@lakelseair.bc.ca
    All applications will be treated in the strictest of confidence.

12May/17Off

AS350/B206L VRLL Pilot – Manitoba & Saskatchewan

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Helijobs

First Name: Brad
Last Name: Gogal

Email:
bgogal@mymts.net

Job title or subject:
AS350 /206L Pilot

Job details or message:
Minimum 1000 hrs PIC, 250 on type,long line proficient, working in Manitoba and Saskatchewan. Drill moving, forest fire and various charter work. Seasonal full time.
Apply via email. Attention Brad Gogal.
Gogal Air Services Ltd.

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