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Helikopterpiloten AS350 – Switzerland

Die Swiss Helicopter AG ist mit ihrer modernen Helikopter-Flotte an 14 Standorten in der gesamten Schweiz und im Fürstentum Liechtenstein immer in Ihrer Nähe, bietet eine maximale Verfügbarkeit und ist vielseitig einsetzbar. Wir setzen auf Schweizer Professionalität und Präzision, kompetenten Service und Verlässlichkeit in allen Bereichen und für fast alle Budgets. Täglich sind unsere Helikopter für Erlebnis-, VIP-, Taxi- und Schulungs-Flüge sowie für unzählige Materialtransporte im Einsatz.

Zur Ergänzung unseres Teams in Samedan suchen wir per sofort oder nach Vereinbarung eine/n Helikopterpiloten ECS3 (m/w)
In dieser Funktion
- führen Sie sowohl Passagier-, wie auch Holz- und Materialflüge sowie Montagearbeiten aus.
- unterstützen Sie den Verkauf im Offertwesen für Arbeits- und Touristikflüge.
- helfen Sie mit bei der Ausbildung und Führung unserer Flughelfer.
- leisten Sie Mitarbeit im Qualitäts- und Sicherheitsmanagement.
- haben mindestens 2‘000 Stunden Transporterfahrung.
- verfügen über das Type-Rating AS350 sowie das Swiss Mountain Rating.
- sind deutscher Muttersprache.
- haben von Vorteil gute mündliche Italienischkenntnisse.
- arbeiten gerne mit einem erfahrenen Team und sind belastbar, loyal und zuverlässig.
- übernehmen gerne Verantwortung und behalten auch in anspruchsvollen und hektischen Situationen einen
klaren Kopf.
Es erwartet Sie eine interessante, abwechslungsreiche und anspruchsvolle Tätigkeit in einem spannenden,
dynamischen internationalen Umfeld.
Interessiert? Dann freuen wir uns auf Ihre vollständige Bewerbung an juerg.denoth@swisshelicopter.ch oder
Swiss Helicopter AG
Herr Jürg Denoth
Plazza Aviatica 4
7203 Samedan

Source: Swiss Helicopter

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Helicopter Pilots – South America



Hablas Epañol y eres piloto?
GSH is looking for Bell 212 and BK 117 Captains and Co-Pilots, with ICAO Level 4 standard Spanish, to join our company in Peru and other south American destinations.
If you meet the following requirements we want to hear from you:
- Valid Canadian CHL or ATPL (H)
- 3000 hours total time
- 500 hours multi
- 100 hours on type
- OGP Compliant
- No accident/violations in the past 3 years
- Longline with seismic experience
- Valid Canadian CHL or ATPL (H)
- 1500 hours total time
- 50 hours on type
- OGP Compliant
- No accident/violations in the past 3 years
- Longline with seismic experience

Successful candidates will be . . . Highly motivated safety conscious and a consummate professional in and out of the cockpit. You know the rules, you follow them and are always open to a challenge. You are tech-savvy with computer usage because GSH embraces paperless reports and computer-based training. You have a positive attitude towards safety and you always work efficiently and effectively with coworkers and customers alike. You are physically fit and capable of lifting heavy objects in what can be harsh environments.

Joining the GSH team could be one of the most rewarding decisions you’ll make. Interested applicants should apply with cover letter and résumé through hr@gsheli.com.


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AW189 SAR TRE(H) – The Falkland Islands

AAR Airlift
Location: Falkland Islands
Job type: Permanent
Aircraft type: AW189
Contact: John Wallace
Sector: Rotary
Job Role: Instructors & Trainers Jobs, Pilot Jobs, Instructor Jobs
AW189 SAR Type Rating ExaminerAAR Airlift Group, in conjunction with British International Helicopters (BIH), has been selected as the new commercial Search and Rescue (SAR) and Support Helicopter (SH) provider by the UK Ministry of Defence for its operations in the Falkland Islands. Based at Mount Pleasant Complex (MPC), the service will be delivered by a team led by AAR Airlift Group, including British International Helicopters and Air Rescue Systems. We are seeking an experienced Type Rating Examiner with NVG experience to support this program on the AW189; All positions require a UK MOD Baseline Personnel Security Screening (BPSS). The employee must be able to obtain the right to work in the UK and Falkland Islands In addition to fulfilling a rotational SAR roster as a AW189 SAR Captain in the Falklands, the TRE will provide training and testing in both aircraft type and SAR role elements utilising both the aircraft and available simulators. SAR Pilots will conduct Search and Rescue (SAR) mission planning & conduct SAR missions safely and in accordance with CAA regulations and company polices. The SAR positions require a UK MOD Security Check (SC).Required Skills & Experience
* EASA ATPL(H) and IR(H)
* EASA Type Rating Examiner (Helicopters) Qualification
* EASA Class 1 Medical
* 2500 hours total
* At least 1000 flying hours in multi-engine helicopters.
* NVG Qualification and Experience
* At least 250 hours as pilot in command of multi-engine helicopters
* 250 hours military/civilian SAR Experience
* 250 hours EFIS experience
* At least 150 hours of IFR experience

* AW189/AW139 Type Rating
* TRE Experience on AW189/AW139

Demonstrate a good command of the English Language (ICAO level 4 as a minimum)
* Must report or have no accidents, incidents, or CAA sanctions within last five years

Preference will be given to those who hold AW139/AW189 type ratings or as a type on the TRE qualification

Source: AW189 SAR EXAMINER in Falkland Islands - FISAR

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AW139 Captains & First Officers – Africa

Excel Technical Consulting
Location: Africa
Job type: Permanent
Aircraft type: AW139, AW189
Contact: Excel Technical Consulting
Sector: Aircraft, Flight Crew, Rotary, Operations
Job Role: Pilot Jobs, Captain Jobs, First Officer Jobs, Instructor Jobs, Helicopter Pilot Jobs

Our client is a company specializing in the support of Gas and Oil exploration and production in Africa, and as they are finding their innovative approach to business winning more and more clients they need further operational staff to support ongoing operations and new projects in various locations.

They need pilots to fly AW139’s mainly for personnel transport flights but also for VIP operations, mainly during daylight but often at relatively short notice. Their approach is somewhat different from many other large operators in that they will expect the successful candidates to have a much more hands on role organising and planning sorties - they expect their pilots to be able to work almost autonomously rather than relying on other members of staff for flight planning, payload/fuel configurations and similar, a real challenge with very real rewards attached to it.

To be considered for a Captain position you must hold an EASA ATPL (H) with AW139 type rating, ideally with 3000 hours total  rotary and 600 on AW139, for a First Officer we are looking for 1000 and 300 although we will consider pilots with less experience as well.
You must be happy to work in less hospitable conditions and environments and be flexible, and prepared to react to short notice requirements or changes in plan and rosters.

Ideally you will have worked in inhospitable environments previously (Africa/South America particularly)

Any FSO, TRI, TRE, Chief Pilot or Base Manager experience is certainly of interest and will attract a higher salary
Additional languages would be advantageous
A flexible, positive and "can do" attitude is extremely desirable due to the dynamic nature of the operations

We may also be able to offer AW139 type training for candidates with the right experience and attitude.

In return we offer a market leading salary, 5/5 working pattern with around 50-60 flight hours per month, travel, accommodation and any other associated expenses and a generous per diem for working days, as well as the opportunity to join a developing and exciting company that undoubtedly will continue to expand and add new locations to its operation.

This is a fantastic opportunity and we expect it to be very popular, so please get in touch ASAP if you would like more information - we look forward to hearing from you!


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Mi8 MTV Longline Captains & First Officers – Papua New Guinea

Hevilift are seeking expressions of interest from qualified Mi8 MTV Longline pilots, first officers, flight engineers, for touring positions in Papua New Guinea.

Captains must have previous Mil 8 experience, 60 meter longline (vertical reference)

Ideal candidates should have good communication skills (level 6 English), be able to pass English Aviation exams, reside in Asia Pacific region, have the ability to work as a team in a multi-crew cockpit, ability to exercise and operate to high degree of professionalism and safety culture.

Mountain Time and previous PNG experience an advantage.
Competitive Salary. 28/28 day rotation.

Please submit applications to png.chiefpilots@heviliftgroup.com

Source: Australian Federation of Air Pilots - Pilot Jobs in Asia Pacific Region

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AS332 Captain – Australia

AS332 Captain - Offshore Touring
Job Title: AS332 Captain - Offshore Touring
Job Type: Permanent
Location: WA, Western Australia
Job Description:

Give Your Career a Vertical Lift!
At any given moment, on any given day, a CHC aircraft is in the air somewhere in the world. Whether we're transporting the men and women who keep the world's offshore oil and gas flowing, or taking an injured patient to safety, CHC sets the standard for safety, customer service, modern aircraft and efficiency. This is a billion-dollar business built on the foundation of a strong team spirit in our company and our greatest strength is our motivated and passionate employees. All you have to do is get on board.

AS332 Captain - Offshore Touring (Australia)

We are currently seeking suitably qualified AS332 Captains for a touring position within Australia & South East Asia.

The requirements are:

  • Australian Permanent residency/Citizenship
  • 3000 hours rotary wing
  • 1500 hours PIC rotary wing
  • 1200 hours Multi-Engine Command
  • 100 hours on type (AS332) desirable
  • 50 hours IFR desireable
  • 30 hours PIC night desirable
  • 500 hours offshore desireable
  • ATPL(H)

Please apply ONLINE at www.chc.ca  to be considered for this position. CHC is committed to equal opportunity employment and invites applications from all qualified candidates.

Source: Career Finder - CHC Helicopter

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FI(H)/Commercial Pilot – England

WANTED Experienced FI (H) /Commercial Pilot For CAT and PPL/Type/ night training. R22, R44, R66, EC120, AS350, Hu269. FE/TRE desirable. Based Liverpool Airport. jking@helicentre.com

Source: Helidata

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Police Helicopter Pilot – The Cayman Islands

The Royal Cayman Islands Police Service (RCIPS) invites applications for the following post:- Police Helicopter Pilot

The post holder is expected to function as an experienced-level helicopter pilot responsible for piloting a Eurocopter EC135T1 Helicopter for the Royal Cayman Islands Police Service (RCIPS), in order to provide airborne response in the performance of law enforcement, HEMS, rapid transportation and other police operations. The post holder will perform a comprehensive range of assignments in a full functioning capacity, available for duty 24 hours a day, under the direction of the Unit Executive Officer, subject to the flight time limitation scheme.

Knowledge, Experience & Skills:

The successful candidate must possess:-

  • Current Commercial Pilot License, with medical certificate (class 1 or equivalent)
  • Minimum of 3000 hours helicopter flight time, of which 1500 hours should have been pilot in command, with a minimum of 200 hours night flying experience
  • Minimum of 1000 hours of multi engine turbine flying;
  • EC135 type rating with minimum 50 hours experience;
  • Experience in flying over water during day and night missions;
  • Excellent written and verbal communications skills;
  • Excellent administrative skills in maintaining and organising records, log books and other documentation relating to police flight operations and missions.
  • Previous experience in a Police, HEMS, SAR or Military role, with overwater operations experience.

Applicants MUST have an EC135 rating or your application cannot be considered.

Note:Applicants will be subjected to rigorous background checks above what is usually done and will be required to undergo an assessment prior to being interviewed.

The Cayman Islands are a British Overseas Territory located approximately 180 miles south of Cuba and 180 miles west of Jamaica. With a population of 55,000, the Cayman Islands are known as a leading financial centre and a thriving tourist destination with two million visitors per year. They enjoy one of the highest standards of living in the Caribbean.

Please submit completed Government Application Form and, resume to:

Human Resources Manager
Ref: PHP-052015
Royal Cayman Islands Police Service
PO Box 909, Grand Cayman KY1-1103
Email: RCIPSRecruitment@rcips.ky

Benefits will be determined in accordance with the Public Service Management Law, Personnel Regulations, the Public Service Pensions Law and the CINICO Health Plan as may be amended from time to time. Pension and health benefits are non-contributory.

Source: RCIPS

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R/W Flight Instructor – Spain



• Deliver flight, academic ground, and simulator training to customers.

• Participate in development of flight/ground training courseware.

• Maintain currency of courseware and publications

• Coordinate with EASA and individual NAAs to meet regulations

• Maintain ATO in accordance with current EASA regulations

Note: Position to be located in Valencia, Spain



• HS graduate or equivalent, College degree preferred.

EU (EASA) Position Requirements:

• 2500+ hours Helicopter.

• 1000+ hours Helicopter instruction given.

• 100+ hours PIC single-pilot multi-engine helicopter

• Flight time in Bell products

• Knowledge of EASA regulations covering flight and simulator training.

• Familiarity with ATO manuals and regulations covering ATO operations.

• Current medical certificate

• Fluent in English-read, write, speak

• Ability to travel to the US regularly, current passport for international travel

• CPL (H)/IR

• FI (H)/IRI (H)

• Type Rating 407

• Type Rating 429


• Extensive experience in Bell products.

• Experience with touchdown emergency procedures

• Extensive actual instrument experience

• ATP (H).

• TRI (H) 429

• TRI (H) 412

• TRI (H) 407

• MCCI (H)

• FE (H)

• FIE (H)

• TRE (H) 429

• SFI (H)

• Fluency in Spanish or another second language

• NVG experience.

• Fixed wing ratings.

• College degree

• 100 hours Multi-pilot operations

Job Field

: Flight Operations

Primary Location

: Spain-ES-Valencian Community

Recruiting Company: Bell Helicopter


: Full-time

Job Level

: Individual Contributor


: First Shift


: Yes, 10 % of the Time

Job Posting

: 05/08/2015, 10:11:35 PM

Source: Job Description - R/W Flight Instructor - Valencia, Spain (233445)

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S76 Captain – England

Location: England
Job Code: 212
# of Openings: 1


JCB is one of the largest privately owned engineering and manufacturing companies in the UK and the world's third largest manufacturer of construction machinery. With a global presence, manufacturing facilities on 4 continents and sales offices in over 150 countries, our busy aviation team fulfils the essential role of transporting key employees, dealers and customers around the globe. With over 40 years experience in corporate aviation, JCB currently operates a mixed fleet of rotary and fixed wing aircraft.

We currently have an exciting opportunity for a suitably qualified and experienced rotary pilot to join the team.

Based at our East Midlands Airport facility, and reporting to the Chief Pilot - Helicopters, candidates will;

  • Hold an EASA  Airline Transport Pilots Licence (Helicopters) with current Instrument Rating.
  • Have 3000 hours total, 2000 hours twin engine and 1500 hours in command.
  • Demonstrate professional presentation and communication skills, as they will be a high profile and key Company ambassador.
  • An S76 type rating would also be desirable.

This position offers an excellent salary and benefits package, including relocation support where necessary.

If you feel you can meet with our expectations, please ‘click’ on the link to apply for this position. All correspondence regarding this application will be directed to your preferred email address.

Closing date for applications is 31st May 2015.

Recruitment Agencies: JCB does not accept any speculative approaches to present candidates for advertised vacancies.

Source: Career Opportunities

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