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15Aug/17Off

Freelance AS332/EC225 Co-Pilot – Africa

Company: GHS
Contract Type: Freelance
Aircraft Type: AS332/EC225 / IR
Job Location: Africa
Job published date: 2017-08-09
Job expiry date: 2017-10-31
Job Description
MEETING THE HIGH EXPECTATIONS OF DIFFERENT GROUPS OF PEOPLE IS THE DAILY CHALLENGE FOR GHS FLIGHT CREW:
As one of Germany’s fastest growing and prestigious helicopter companies, our business serves many of world’s leading companies and their clientele.
We are looking to recruit professional individuals who share a passion for excellence and are willing to go the extra mile to provide the highest level of customer and service.
Applicants must be 25 years plus and meet our exceptional standards. You need to be customer focused, and able to perform in the African environment.
Our VFR / IFR operations include transport of passenger and cargo.
If you believe that you possess these qualities, we will offer you a freelance term contract and competitive salary.
Minimum qualification requirement:
Copilot MPH (Multi-Pilot-Helicopter) ME / VFR / IFR Operation:
 A valid EASA Commercial Pilot License (Helicopter) IFR [CPL(H) IR]
 A current Type-Rating for the helicopter type AS332/EC225 including IR
 750 Flight hours on helicopters total
 200 hours experience on AS332/EC225
Please send us your CV and related professional documentation together with a copy of your EASA License and EASA Medical (!!) to application@g-h-service.com.

Source: GHS

15Aug/17Off

AW139 HEMS Line Pilot – Australia

The Opportunity

We have an exciting opportunity for an experienced Rotary Wing Pilot to join the team in a fixed base position at our Brisbane LifeFlight base. The pay and conditions are in accordance with the LifeFlight Australia Limited Rotary Wing Pilots Certified Agreement 2016-2019.

Minimum requirements
To be successful for this role you must hold the following qualifications:

  • ATPL (H)
  • AW139 experience
  • CIR ME with minimum 3 renewals (IPCs)
  • NVFR(H)
  • Minimum 3000 hours rotary wing
  • 1500 hours PIC rotary wing
  • 500 hours PIC ME turbine rotary wing
  • 100 hours Instrument Flight
  • 100 hours Night Unaided
  • Live within 30 minutes travel time of our Brisbane base (or willing to relocate)
  • NVG experience (desirable)
  • Instructional experience (desirable)

 

Strong communication skills, professionalism and a quest to achieve and maintain the highest level of competency with aero medical operations are essential to the role. In support of our strong safety culture, minimum qualifications and experience limitations apply.

Source: Line Pilot - Brisbane - LifeFlight - Australia's finest aeromedical care and helicopter rescue training

28Jul/17Off

Bell 412 Touring HEMS Co-Pilot – Australia

Roma and Toowoomba

About Us

LifeFlight is a world leader in aeromedical care and Australia's most diversified service with both a fixed and rotary wing fleet.  We help seriously ill and injured patients around Australia and the world to quickly get the medical care they need.  From rapid response, to inter-facility transfers our team of more than 400 staff members, including aviation crew, support staff, and over 100 doctors are a lifeline to vulnerable individuals. Best known for RACQ LifeFlight community rescue helicopters and LifeFlight Retrieval Medicine, the group also operates a world class training division.

The Opportunity

We are currently seeking a Co-Pilot for our Roma & Toowoomba bases. This position is a touring position, 7 days on, 7 days off (inclusive of public holidays and weekends). The pay and conditions are in accordance with the LifeFlight Australia Limited Rotary Wing Pilots Certified Agreement 2016-2019.

About You

To be successful for this role you must hold the following qualifications:

  • CPL (H)

  • Type Rating (B412)

  • CIR-ME

  • NVFR(H)

  • 500 hours rotary wing

  • 250 hours Multi-Engine rotary wing

  • 100 hours PIC rotary wing

  • 50 hours on contract type

  • Dangerous Goods Certificate

  • HUET/EBS Certified

  • Class 1 medical

Desirable:

  • ATPL (H)

  • Previous EMS/SAR experience

  • NVIS Rating

Strong communication skills, professionalism and a quest to achieve and maintain the highest level of competency with aero medical operations are essential to the role. In support of our strong safety culture, minimum qualifications and experience limitations apply.

This is an excellent opportunity to work in a growing organisation that is dedicated to saving lives and serving the community. If you believe you have the necessary skills and experiences we would love to hear from you today.

https://lifeflight.expr3ss.com/jobDetails?selectJob=312&ppt=522e7e24

Source: Touring Co-Pilot | Helicopter Pilot Jobs

28Jul/17Off

R22/44/B206 Flight Instructor – Australia

Chopperline Flight Training offers comprehensive theory and flight training for helicopters. It is one of the largest and most successful combined flying schools in Australia. Chopperline Flight Training is a CRICOS approved international training organisation, teaching both overseas and Australian students. We provide diversified and specialised aviation services throughout Australia and internationally in the areas of training, operations and educational courses

The Flight Instructor is responsible for delivering high quality flight, simulator and ground instruction to students in compliance with the Chopperline Training and Safety Standards and applicable aviation authority regulations.

They ensure that each student meets course standards, training requirements and objectives as well as a focus on developing the student's professional behaviour and attitude.

SELECTION CRITERIA

Mandatory Qualifications:

  • Grade 2 instructor rating

  • 1000 hours total time

  • 200 hours turbine

  • Low Level training approval

  • R22, R44 and B206 training experience.

  • GTE training approval

  • Night Training approval

  • Cert IV in Training and Assessment

  • Experience in syllabus and lesson plan writing

  Other desirables:

  • IFR training endorsements

  • Blue Card

  • EC120, R66, experience

WHAT WE OFFER

An attractive remuneration package will be negotiated with the successful candidate. Chopperline is values driven and an equal opportunity employer.

Enquiries and applications, including a cover letter and resume, should be addressed to the attention of Stephanie Lazaro-Bergola – HR Coordinator Australasia at careers@airwaysaviation.com

Source: Flight Instructor | Helicopter Pilot Jobs

28Jul/17Off

Captain B412 – Papua New Guinea

Touring

  • Touring in to Papua New Guinea
  • Full time role

HNZ has established itself as a premier helicopter-transport provider in offshore and utility operations in New Zealand, Australia, Antarctica and throughout Asia and is a growing part of the HNZ Group of companies.  HNZ New Zealand Limited is owned by a Canadian parent company and its Head Office is based in Nelson.

We are currently looking for a Bell 412 Captain to tour in to Herd Base in Papua New Guinea.

The minimum qualifications and experience we are looking for are:

  • B412 endorsement
  • IFR Rating
  • Proven external load/longline experience
  • Experience in jungle operations
  • ATPL (H)

It would be advantageous if you have:

  • AW139 endorsement
  • Offshore experience
  • Mountainous terrain experience

If this role is of interest to you and you have what we are looking for, you can register and apply on HNZ’s Career Centre, www.hnzglobal.com/careers

The position description for this role can be found on our Career Centre.

If you have any questions regarding the role please contact Lyal Mudford, PNG Base & Contract Manager at lmudford@hnz.com.

Applications close on Monday 7 August 2017.

Location: Papua New Guinea

Closing Date: Monday 7 August 2017

Source: Captain - Bell 412/AW139 - Careers at HNZ

28Jul/17Off

R44 Helicopter Tour/Charter Pilot – Australia


Hamilton Island Air has a vacancy for a full time experienced R44 helicopter pilot for tourism and charter operations, the position is full time and live on Hamilton Island or Airlie Beach.

Minimum Qualifications:

 

  • 500 hours PIC helicopter

  • 100 hours PIC R44

  • Current HUET Course

  • Current DG

  • Current ASIC

  • Current DAMP test

  • Australian Citizen or resident

Desirable Qualifications:

  • Over Water and float experience

  • Turbine  endorsement

Preference will be given to applicants who have a Hospitality/tourism and or customer service background.

Accommodation on Hamilton Island is supplied by Hamilton Island Enterprises and as such is conditional and may not be suitable for all applicants.

Only applicants who meet the Minimum Qualifications will be considered, previous unsuccessful applicant’s need not re-apply.

Send your brief resume summary by e-mail to Brad Graves.

brad@hamiltonislandair.com

Applications close COB Friday 4th Aug 2017.

Source: Jason Walburn

23Jul/17Off

Navy Helicopter Pilot – New Zealand

THE ROLE

Navy Helicopter Pilots fly one of the most advanced aircraft in New Zealand, the Kaman SH-2G Super Seasprite. As a Naval Pilot you will work within a team responsible for carrying out the aircraft’s mission, which could be surface or sub-surface warfare, air logistics, medical evacuations, or search and rescue.

Pilots are selected from civilian applicants and from Warfare Officers within the fleet. You can enter in the non-University or Graduate Entry Officer scheme. You can also enter as a Warfare Officer and train as a Bridge Watch-keeper, then change over to pilot after four to seven years.

Those with civilian flying experience are welcome to apply.

JOB OB BASE

On completion of Junior Officer Common Training, Bridge watching and Flight training you will be posted to 6 Squadron at Whenuapai Air Force Base. Whilst there your duties and responsibilities revolve around the enhancement and on-going development of all flight crew relative to 6 Squadron. Because of the nature of being a pilot and the multi-million dollar equipment you will use, you are responsible for the continuous enhancement of your own abilities as well as those in the squadron with you.

JOB ON DEPLOYMENT

Naval Aviation is an integral part of any Ship’s deployed capability.  As such, for any significant deployment of an aviation capable ship, an aircraft can be expected to deploy and therefore you can expect to be a part of it.  Recent deployments in the last ten years, beyond the standard ship deployments to SE Asia, have included peace keeping operations in Timor Leste, deployments to the Arabian Gulf as well as disaster relief deployments in the South Pacific.  Additionally, there is the potential for deployment as a military officer to any one of the numerous overseas operations the Defence Force is committed to.

CAREER PROGRESSION

Once you complete the Junior Officer Common Training you will need to qualify as a Bridge Watchkeeper before commencing your pilot training. Once fully qualified on the SH-2G Helicopter, you can expect to advance to the role of Flight Commander onboard a ship. You will be responsible for all aspects of the ship's helicopter operations for extended periods away from New Zealand.

A ship's flight crew usually consists of eight RNZAF technicians, the Navy Pilot, the Airborne Tactical Officer and a helicopter crewman. The level of responsibility on your part is substantial as you will act as Aviation Officer, advising the Captain on all aviation matters. The well being of the Flight Deck crew is also your responsibility and if all that is not enough you will normally act as the ship's Meteorology Officer.

As an experienced Aviator you may be given the option of becoming a Flight Instructor, which would involve a six month course at RNZAF Ohakea, followed by further courses to become a helicopter instructor.

PAY & BENEFIT DETAILS

Careers in the Navy are well-rewarded, as well as being diverse and exciting. As you become more experienced and move up through the ranks, gaining additional skills and qualifications, you will see your salary rise accordingly.

While undertaking Officer Training you will hold the Rank of Midshipman (see attached pay table). On graduation from your commissioning course your rank and pay will increase based on your trade speciality and qualification level.

GENERAL REQUIREMENTS

  • You must be at least 17 years of age.
  • Meet the citizenship & security requirements to gain TSV security clearance for this trade.
  • You must be free of any criminal convictions.
  • A preliminary pilot selection test that includes general maths, maths reasoning and instrument comprehension. If you pass you will go onto the officer selection process which will include two stages: first the Aircrew Personnel Selection Board who will look for the right qualities and abilities to operate an aircraft. You will then appear before the Navy's Junior Officer Selection Board to test your overall leadership potential.

EDUCATIONAL REQUIREMENTS

You must have achieved NCEA level 2 with a minimum of 18 credits each in level 2 English, Mathematics and a Science.

Find out more about the NCEA levels and certificate requirements

FITNESS REQUIREMENTS

  • You must be medically fit for service.
  • Colour perception restrictions may apply.
  • Height limits will apply with the introduction of new or upgraded training aircraft. Individuals will be assessed for height limits as part of the application process.

PERIOD OF SERVICE

Your training is some of the most thorough and advanced in the world. On completion of your training, you will be contractually obliged to carry out a return of service to the Navy for 10 years.

TRAINING

BASIC TRAINING

ALL OFFICERS

INITIAL OFFICER TRAINING

Upon successful enlistment into the Navy you’ll complete a five day induction course at Devonport Naval Base before you start the seven week Joint Officer Induction Course (JOIC) at RNZAF Base – Woodbourne. Once you march out of the JOIC you continue with the remaining 15 weeks of Junior Officer Common Training course (JOCT), which is back at the Devonport Naval Base. You will be exposed to various subjects and find out if you’ve got what it takes to be an officer in the Navy!

JOINT OFFICER INDUCTION COURSE (JOIC)

All NZ Defence Force (NZDF) Officer Cadets and Midshipman are required to complete this course which is designed to introduce the basic individual military skills required to continue on to your respective service Officer training courses. The course will give you a basic level of military skills including field-craft, weapon handling, navigation, drill, sea survival, battle-craft, seamanship, communications and an introduction to leadership. It is during JOIC that you will be introduced to the standards and discipline demanded of all members of the NZDF and the ethos and values required to be an Officer in the NZDF.

JUNIOR OFFICER COMMON TRAINING COURSE (JOCT)

The following are just some of the subject areas covered on JOCT:

  • RNZN customs
  • Drill and parades
  • Military law
  • Weapons training
  • Basic mariner training
  • Defence and strategic studies
  • Communication skills
  • Command, leadership and management

All NZ Defence Force (NZDF) Officer Cadets and Midshipman are required to complete this course which is designed to introduce the basic individual military skills required to continue on to your respective service Officer training courses. The course will give you a basic level of military skills including field-craft, weapon handling, navigation, drill, sea survival, battle-craft, seamanship, communications and an introduction to leadership. It is during JOIC that you will be introduced to the standards and discipline demanded of all members of the NZDF and the ethos and values required to be an Officer in the NZDF.

Upon successful completion of the JOIC, you will be posted to Officer Training School, Devonport to complete the JOCT Course. The JOCT course is 22 weeks in duration (which includes the 7 weeks JOIC) split over three phases:

PHASE ONE – NAVY INDUCTION

Trainees are instructed in basic service knowledge, discipline, parade and kit preparation. There is a focus on ‘followership’ and teamwork and on developing a high level of physical and mental fitness.

The aim of this phase is:

  • To ensure that trainees can perform as effective team members
  • To instil the Navy Core Values
  • To develop the competency behaviours required of a Junior Officer
  • To provide the basic skills and knowledge for service in the Navy

PHASE TWO – SEA QUALIFICATION AND ACADEMIC DEVELOPMENT

Phase two is focused on fitness for sea and academic development. The training provides trainees with the minimum knowledge and skills necessary to safely post to sea on a Navy Ship. The Sea Qualification Deployment is designed to give trainees an insight into life at sea and for staff to assess trainees in the sea going environment.

The aim is to:

  • Cement and build upon communal living skills
  • Gain an appreciation of the roles at sea
  • Confirm the trainees commitment to life at sea

Phase two also focuses on academic development. Trainees are lectured in Defence Communication topics such as service writing and oral communication. Officers are expected to have an understanding of wider national and defence policies, international relations and maritime doctrine.

PHASE THREE – LEADERSHIP

The final phase of JOCT has a strong leadership focus covering both theoretical and practical aspects. The trainees are put through a number of assessments. The assessments are scenario driven and provide the trainees with the opportunity to display their individual and combined skills.

JOB TRAINING

After Junior Officer Common Training (JOCT) you will complete the Officer of the Watch (Bravo) course. The aim of this course is to teach the basic principles and processes of navigation and good bridgemanship, which includes experience in the bridge simulator and culminates in assessments at sea navigating a small naval vessel.

On completion of your OOW(B) course you will spend time aboard a navy ship to get the opportunity to familiarise and put your new skills into practice, or commence your tertiary studies if you are entering on the University scheme of training.

Once you are a qualified Officer of the Watch you will commence your pilot training alongside your Air Force counterparts at Ohakea and Whenuapai. You will gain comprehensive practical experience on fixed wing craft before moving to helicopters then ship borne helicopters.

After significant ship borne aviation experience, pilots will progress to the position of ship’s Flight Commander who is responsible for all aspects of embarked aviation operations.

ONGOING TRAINING

As a Navy Pilot you will always be expected to be at the top of your game – nothing but perfect. To ensure that you are capable of delivering on this the RNZN and RNZAF will continuously train and develop your skills.

SPECIALIST TRAINING

As an experienced Aviator you may be given the option of becoming a Flight Instructor, which would involve a six month course at RNZAF Ohakea, followed by further courses to become a helicopter instructor.

LOCATION DETAILS

On completion of Officer of the Watch (B) all pilots head to Whenuapai to conduct their basic wings course. From that point on as part of 6 Squadron, Navy pilots remain at Whenuapai unless posted to sea.

Source: Helicopter pilot | Defence Careers

23Jul/17Off

R44/AS350/EC130 Pilot – New Zealand

Helicopter Me is a luxury tour, charter and corporate helicopter company based in Auckland New Zealand.

Position: Permanent and part time positions available
Location: Auckland

Helicopter Me is a luxury tour, charter and corporate helicopter company based in Auckland New Zealand. We operate from our new heliport at Auckland International Airport and North Shore Airfield 7 days a week.

We have a fantastic opportunity available for enthusiastic, personable helicopter pilots to join our professional team.

The flying role includes flying helicopters on VIP charters, tours around Auckland and utility work using our R44, AS350 and EC130 helicopters. Hangar and office duties will also be expected.

The ideal candidate will have a passion for excellence in customer service, enthusiasm for tourism and the ability to go ‘above and beyond’ for our VIP customers.

Must have:

  • New Zealand CPL (H)

  • The right to live and work in New Zealand

  • An impeccable safety record

  • Part 135 experience

If this interests you please email your CV and cover letter .

stuart@helicopterme.co.nz

Source: Helicopter Pilot positions Auckland | Helicopter Pilot Jobs

23Jul/17Off

S92/S76 Offshore Captain – Trinidad

  • S92 Aircraft Pilot

  • MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS

    • Airline Transport Pilot Certificate or equivalent required
    • Current Class I Medical Certificate or equivalent required
    • 5,000 hours total time
    • 4,000 hours total command time
    • 2,000 hours S92 time
    • 1,500 hours S76 time
    • 100 hours Night time
    • Recency - 50 hours last 90 days in type
    • 3,000 hours total offshore time
    • 400 hours Inst/Hood time

About Us

  • Bristow Group

    With its headquarters in Houston, Texas, Bristow Group is the leading provider of helicopter services to the worldwide offshore energy industry based on the number of aircraft operated, and one of two helicopter service providers to the offshore energy industry with global operations. With recent acquisitions of premium regional air carriers, Bristow provides point-to-point scheduled and charter transportation services, combining fixed-wing with rotary-wing services to clients around the world. Bristow has proudly served the offshore oil transport industry in major exploration and production arenas for 60 years and has been responsible for many industry-leading technological innovations.

    Equal Employment Opportunity

    Bristow Group will not discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment because of race, sex, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, national origin, age, genetic information, disability, veteran status or any other characteristic.

    Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

Source: S92 Aircraft Pilot

17Jul/17Off

AS350B2/B3 Survey Pilots – Italy