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Med-Trans – Multiple U.S. Locations

Med-Trans Corporation

209 State Hwy 121 Bypass
Lewisville, Texas 75067
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Three medical plans Dental & Vision plans Paid Time Off Overtime 401k with 50% company match after meeting requirements 100% company paid short and long term disability insurance
Med-Trans is a nation-wide provider of helicopter air transportation services for the critically ill and injured

Bell 407 EC 135

Current Job Openings at Med-Trans Corporation:

Job - Pilot-Rotary Wing - Helicopter Air Ambulance Pilot- Hays, KS

Hays, Kansas USA
Job - Pilot-Rotary Wing - Helicopter Air Ambulance Pilot SPIFR- Morristown, TN

Morristown, Tennessee USA
Job - Pilot-Rotary Wing - Helicopter Air Ambulance Pilot- Bayville, NJ

Bayville, New Jersey USA
Job - Pilot-Rotary Wing - Helicopter Air Ambulance Pilot SPIFR- Rockwood, TN

Rockwood, Tennessee USA
Job - Pilot-Rotary Wing - Helicopter Air Ambulance Pilot- Clovis, NM

Clovis, New Mexico USA
Job - Pilot-Rotary Wing - Helicopter Air Ambulance Pilot- Lovington, NM

Lovington, New Mexico USA
Job - Pilot-Rotary Wing - Helicopter Air Ambulance Pilot- Lubbock, TX

Lubbock, Texas USA
Job - Pilot-Rotary Wing - Helicopter Air Ambulance Pilot SPIFR- Westlake Corner, VA

Hardy, Virginia USA
Job - Pilot-Rotary Wing - Helicopter Air Ambulance Pilot- McAlester, OK

McAlester, Oklahoma USA
Job - Pilot-Rotary Wing - Helicopter Air Ambulance Pilot- Wichita, KS

Wichita, Kansas USA
Job - Pilot-Rotary Wing - Helicopter Air Ambulance Pilot SPIFR- Salisbury, NC

Salisbury, North Carolina USA
Job - Pilot-Rotary Wing - Helicopter Air Ambulance Pilot- Seminole, TX

Seminole, Texas USA
Job - Pilot-Rotary Wing - Helicopter Air Ambulance Pilot SPIFR- Fayetteville, NC

Fayetteville, North Carolina USA
Job - Pilot-Rotary Wing - Helicopter Air Ambulance Pilot- Jenkins, KY

Jenkins, Kentucky USA
Job - Pilot-Rotary Wing - Helicopter Air Ambulance Pilot- Sioux City, IA

Sioux City, Iowa USA
Job - Pilot-Rotary Wing - Helicopter Air Ambulance Pilot- Mullins, SC

Mullins, South Carolina USA
Job - Pilot-Rotary Wing - Helicopter Air Ambulance Pilot- Sumter, SC

Sumter, South Carolina USA

Source: Med-Trans Corporation

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AMRG – Multiple U.S. Locations


10888 South 300 West
South Jordan, Utah 84095
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Medical, Dental, Life Insurance, 401(k), disability
Air Ambulance

Current Job Openings at AMRG:

Job - Pilot-Rotary Wing - AS350 VFR

Milan, Ohio USA
Job - Pilot-Rotary Wing - AS350 Helicopter Pilot

Williston, North Dakota USA
Job - Pilot-Rotary Wing - AS350 VFR

Roseau, Minnesota USA
Job - Pilot-Rotary Wing - AS350 VFR

Dickinson, North Dakota USA
Job - Pilot-Rotary Wing - AS350 Helicopter Pilot

Williston, North Dakota USA
Job - Pilot-Rotary Wing - AS350 VFR

Gallup, New Mexico USA
Job - Pilot-Rotary Wing - AS350 VFR

Milan, Ohio USA
Job - Pilot-Rotary Wing - AS350 VFR

Dickinson, North Dakota USA
Job - Pilot-Rotary Wing - AS350 VFR

Escanaba, Michigan USA
Job - Pilot-Rotary Wing - AS350 Relief Pilot

South Jordan, Utah USA
Job - Pilot-Rotary Wing - AS350 VFR

Dothan, Alabama USA

Source: AMRG

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PHI Air Medical – Multiple U.S. Locations

Captain SPIFR/NVG Line Pilot - Greenwood, MS

  • Full Time
  • Aviation
  • Greenwood, MO, USA

Captain, VFR/NVG Line Pilot Safford, AZ

  • Full Time
  • Aviation
  • Safford, AZ, USA

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Captain, VFR/NVG Line Pilot

Susanville, California USA
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Air Evac EMS, Inc. – Multiple U.S. Locations

Air Evac Lifeteam

1001 Boardwalk Springs Place
Suite 250
O'Fallon, Missouri 63368
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Work schedule rotates seven on/seven off; we provide base housing while on hitch; and, there are opportunities for base transfers and career progression, as well as workover (optional). Visit us at lifeteam.net to see a listing of our health benefits.
DID YOU KNOW? Air Evac Lifeteam is the largest independently owned and operated, membership-supported Helicopter Air Ambulance service, with more than 130 air medical bases across 15 states. Air Evac’s entire fleet of helicopters is equipped with Cobham HeliSAS/2-Axis Autopilot and Garmin 500H/650 glass cockpits; Air Evac utilizes a Frasca Level 7 Flight Training Device to provide new hire and recurrent training to our pilots - the device is the first of its kind; Air Evac recently earned the FAA’s Diamond Maintenance Award, and is the largest Part 135 company to earn this award; The FAA recently validated Air Evac’s Safety Management System (SMS), placing the company in Active Conformance status; Air Evac is accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Medical Transport Systems (CAMTS); and, our Operations Control Center (OCC) provides real-time management to aid pilot in making real-time, in-flight decisions regarding potential aircraft, weather and regulatory issues.

Bell Helicopter - B206L4, B407 and B407GX Airbus - AS350

Current Job Openings at Air Evac Lifeteam:

Job - Pilot-Rotary Wing - AE80 Perryville, MO - Pilot

Perryville, Missouri USA
Job - Pilot-Rotary Wing - AE 136 Cuero TX - Pilot

Cuero, Texas USA
Job - Pilot-Rotary Wing - AE 113 Blythville AR - Pilot

Blytheville, Arkansas USA
Job - Pilot-Rotary Wing - AE28 Effingham, IL - Pilot

Effingham, Illinois USA
Job - Pilot-Rotary Wing - AE 137 Greenville IL - Pilot

Greenville, Illinois USA
Job - Pilot-Rotary Wing - AE 111 Potosi, MO - Pilot

Potosi, Missouri USA
Job - Pilot-Rotary Wing - AE 138 Harrisburg IL - Pilot

Harrisburg, Illinois USA
Job - Pilot-Rotary Wing - AE 60 Sedalia MO - Pilot

Sedalia, Missouri USA
Job - Pilot-Rotary Wing - AE 129 Idabel OK - Pilot

Idabel, Oklahoma USA
Job - Pilot-Rotary Wing - AE143 Obion County/Troy, TN - Pilot

Obion, Tennessee USA
Job - Pilot-Rotary Wing - AE 100 Rayville, LA - Pilot

Rayville, Louisiana USA
Job - Pilot-Rotary Wing - AE 122 Weatherford OK - Pilot

Weatherford, Oklahoma USA
Job - Pilot-Rotary Wing - AE 139 Paris TX - Pilot

Paris, Texas USA
Job - Pilot-Rotary Wing - AE03 Sikeston, MO - Pilot

Sikeston, Missouri USA
Job - Pilot-Rotary Wing - AE27 Jacksonville, IL - Pilot

Jacksonville, Illinois USA
Job - Pilot-Rotary Wing - AE144 Macomb, IL - Pilot

Macomb, Illinois USA
Job - Pilot-Rotary Wing - AE36 Cushing, OK - Pilot

Cushing, Oklahoma USA
Job - Pilot-Rotary Wing - AE 135 Henryetta, OK - Pilot

Henryetta, Oklahoma USA
Job - Pilot-Rotary Wing - AE 35 Marion, IL - Pilot

Marion, Illinois USA
Job - Pilot-Rotary Wing - AE 59 Ft. Madison, IA - Pilot

Fort Madison, Iowa USA
Job - Pilot-Rotary Wing - AE58 Corinth, MS - Pilot

Corinth, Mississippi USA
Job - Pilot-Rotary Wing - AE133 Grant County, KY - Pilot

Williamstown, Kentucky USA
Job - Pilot-Rotary Wing - AE 126 Beaumont TX (Southeast Texas Air Rescue) - Pilot 

Beaumont, Texas USA
Job - Pilot-Rotary Wing - AE 134 Del Rio TX - Pilot

Del Rio, Texas USA
Job - Pilot-Rotary Wing - AE 120 Crittenden CO KY

Marion, Kentucky USA
Job - Pilot-Rotary Wing - AE 106 Demopolis, AL - Pilot

Demopolis, Alabama USA
Job - Pilot-Rotary Wing - AE 24 Poplar Bluff, MO - Pilot

Poplar Bluff, Missouri USA
Job - Pilot-Rotary Wing - AE 146 Carrollton, IL - Pilot

Carrollton, Illinois USA
Job - Pilot-Rotary Wing - AE13 Sullivan, MO - Pilot

Sullivan, Missouri USA

Source: Air Evac Lifeteam

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R22 CFI Positions – New Jersey

Linden, NJ 07036
United States
Manages Others
Experience Required
Degree Required
Security Clearance Required
No Don't climb over airport fences
From $15.00 To $60.00
Per Hour
Employment Type
Work Schedule
No Travel
Minimum Certification Required
The New York City airspace is the busiest in the US. If you can fly around here, everywhere else is a cakewalk.
We are the largest helicopter flight school in the NYC region and are located less than 10 miles away from New York City. We maintain each helicopter meticulously to part 135 standards. We've graduated (1000+ hours) over 16 flight instructors that were placed with local turbine tour operators. We have been designated as the primary "feeder school" for the two largest and most prestigious turbine tour operators in the area and CFI graduates with management recommendations are offered preferred and early acceptance reserved positions as the training and experience flying over manhattan is considered essential by the turbine operators in the area.  We are looking for 2 new Flight Instructors to join the team as we continue to grow.
CFI's have averaged 50-75 hours per month of flight time, and while overall flight-time will vary on individual efforts and subject to seasonal effects, you should be prepared to take on flight responsibilities of as much as 100 - 150 hours per month as you gain experience and are internally certified for a diverse range of flights.
Extensive and diverse flight responsibilities including:
Traditional flight instruction
Commercial Photo / Video production ("news & film") flights
Experience in helicopter flights that can prepare you for:
Helicopter "tour" type flights - Prepaid / limited set-time introductory flights
Helicopter "pipe-line patrol" type flights - Regular fixed-course photo-flights over complex airspace
Helicopter "EMS" style flights - We donate ~12 flights per year to transport children for organ transplants to regional hospitals and other charitable causes
Helicopter "2nd in command" flights - Volunteer Co-pilot opportunities with local Turbine operators
School Info:
* Zero accident history and perfect safety record.
* 4x R22, 3x R44. Robinson Service Center (est. 2017), state-of-the-art facilities.
* We 100% own all our helicopters and maintain them like they're ours, because they are.
* Linden Airport (KLDJ), is home-base to the majority of helicopters based in NYC with a diverse array of helicopter operators based at the airport including Heli Inc. and HFS.
* Flexible work-hours, highest pay-rate in the region, incentive reward program.
* We've got a Segway, a Dune-buggy and a Boosted electric skate-board to ride around the pot-holes at the airport... :)
* Extensive employee discount programs and a median graduation schedule of 12 months.
* Yes... You get to fly around the Empire State Building in Manhattan and get paid for it.
1. Email your application to hr@coreheli.com.
   (Yes, if you saw this listing the job is still available)
   Questions?: Email hr@coreheli.com.
   Please DO NOT: Call asking to speak to the Chief Pilot, Owner etc.
   Please DO NOT: Visit uninvited without an appointment.
   Please DO NOT: Drop off paper copies of your resume.
   Please DO NOT: Be discouraged if you don't hear from us right away. We do go though every COMPLETE application and you will get a response.
2. Emailed Applications must Include the following:
    A. Non boiler-plate Cover Letter. Please include other skills, hobbies, experience other than helicopter flying, what you are interested in, books you read etc. other than helicopters.
    B. Resume (include hours on each helicopter, test scores for each of your written tests)
    C. Photo of your FAA licenses, medical, Robinson Safety Course & SFAR endorsements.
        (All information sent will be kept strictly confidential and will be destroyed if not hired)
    D. Optional Bonus: Tell us how and what you would say to a perspective customer why they should choose Core Helicopters.
1. CFII's are preferred but not required.
2. SFAR endorsement on R44 is preferred but not required. Candidates must have OR commit to earning SFAR rating on the R44 within 2 months of being hired. (Employee discounts are available for flight training)
3. Weight must be less than 185 pounds. (Blame Robinson's underpowered R22)
4. Are you a smart anal workaholic perfectionist with lots of patience and a sense of humor? (qualities required to deal with the crazy boss) Can you hover the helicopter? While the boss yells at you? Are you OK with taking out the trash and cleaning the helicopter or do you need a pit-crew to take care of everything else, so you concentrate on playing with the cyclic?

Source: CFI's needed in New York City!

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R22/44 Flight Instructors – Maryland

Middle River Aviation
701 Wilson Point Rd
Middle River, MD 21220
United States
Employment Type
Work Schedule
Minimum Certification Required


Company Description: Middle River Aviation seeks full-time flight instructors for our part 141 flight school. We conduct both airplane and helicopter training from private all the way through CFII.

Job Description: Provide excellent flight and ground training to a diverse customer base.



  1. Current FAA second class medical or higher
  2. Current Rotorcraft Commercial Certificate
  3. Current Rotorcraft Helicopter Certified Flight Instructor Certificate
  4. 200 flight hours in helicopters, 50 of which must be in the R-22 or R-44
  5. Able to pass drug test

Best Qualified:

  1. Current Rotorcraft Instrument Instructor Certificate
  2. R-44 Instructor Qualified
  3. 500 Helicopter Total Time, 250 Piston Helicopter
  4. Robinson Safety Course Graduate
Middle River Aviation
Kevin Walsh
701 Wilson Point Rd
Middle River MD 21220
United States

Source: Flight Instructor

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Chief Pilot – Washington

Snohomish County Sheriff's Office
Air Support Unit 5506 Old Machias Road
Snohomish , WA 98290
United States
Application Closing Date
Manages Others
Experience Required
Degree Required
Employment Type
Work Schedule
No Travel
Minimum Certification Required
Commercial Pilot


Final Posting

Job Title:  Chief Pilot

Job description: 

The Air Support Unit (ASU) of the Snohomish County Sheriff’s Office in Washington State provides airborne Law Enforcement, Search & Rescue and Firefighting capabilities to Snohomish County and the region.  The ASU promotes a strong Safety Culture through regular, rigorous training and top-notch aircraft maintenance.  The Cascade Mountains and Pacific Northwest weather prove to be challenging and extensive mountain flying experience is a must in this environment.  Our Helicopter Rescue Team (HRT) is recognized nationally and world-wide as a highly skilled, professional level mountain rescue organization that operates with safety as a top priority.   We operate a significantly upgraded Bell UH-1H plus -703 engine with external rescue hoist and a Hughes 500 equipped with FLIR, Churchill Navigation, Trakkabeam and Video Downlink.

Job Duties:

  • Oversee the ASU Safety Program and the assigned Aviation Safety Officer.
  • Manage the ASU Training program to include pilots, Tactical Flight Officers, crewchiefs, rescue technicians, flight medics, and ground support team.  Manage aircrew training records.
  • Oversee the ASU aircraft maintenance program by coordinating all scheduled and unscheduled maintenance with aircraft maintenance contractors.  Ensure aircraft maintenance contracts are renewed.
  • Manage ASU Flight Operations to include composing monthly flight schedules, aircrew schedules, and training events.  Ensure Air Support coverage 24/7.
  • Manage the ASU annual flight hour program and ensure that all aircraft fuel and maintenance costs are within the assigned budget.
  • Coordinate and complete federal grant applications when they become available and are applicable to ASU operations and equipment.
  • Oversee the county Unmanned Aircraft Systems program and manage the Sheriff’s Office UAS program.
  • Perform duties as the Subject Matter Expert in all matters relating to aviation and federal Public Use operations for the Snohomish County Sheriff and Snohomish County administration.  Report directly to the ASU Supervisor.
  • Maintain proficiency in both assigned Sheriff’s Office helicopters to include rescue hoist ops, water bucket ops, NVG ops, snow landings, confined area ops, mountain ops, short haul ops, search ops.
  • Establish and maintain good working relationships with all local, state, federal and military aviation partners in the region.
  • Plan, organize and conduct joint training drills with local first responder agencies.
  • Conduct regular meetings and training sessions on a variety of aviation and safety related subjects.

Minimum Qualifications/Skills/Experience

  • FAA issued rotorcraft – helicopter commercial pilot certificate.
  • Current FAA Class II medical
  • Minimum 1500 hours PIC turbine helicopter
  • Minimum 300 hours PIC mountain (helicopter)
  • Minimum 150 hours PIC NVG time.
  • Basic MS Word and Excel computer skills.

Additional Qualifications/Skills Experience (not required but preferred)

  • FAA Instrument-Helicopter rating
  • FAA Certified Flight Instructor Certificate
  • Helicopter Rescue Hoist operations experience
  • Water bucket/firefighting  experience
  • Vertical reference experience

Full time Chief Pilot position will be opening June 1, 2018.  Applicant must reside within Snohomish County at the time of hire.  Train-up time will commence prior to June 1, 2018.  Individual selected for the position will be given ample train-up time in both aircraft, unit operations, training program, maintenance program and safety program. Final selection process will involve a flight evaluation in mountainous terrain. Flexibility in being available during the train-up time is a plus. 

Benefits include full Snohomish County employee benefits offered to all county employees.  Pay scale is negotiable based on experience and skill level.

Send letters of interest/resumes to:  william.quistorf@snoco.org

Final Posting 


Snohomish County Sheriff's Office
Bill Quistorf
Air Support Unit 5506 Old Machias Road
Snohomish WA 98290
United States

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Deputy Sheriff/Helicopter Pilot – Florida

Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33312
United States
Application Closing Date
Manages Others
Experience Required
Degree Required
Security Clearance Required
Employment Type
Work Schedule
No Travel


Position is not a civilian position.  Employees in this position are Certified Law Enforcement Officers.

Under administrative direction, the purpose of this position is to perform flight operations within the Aviation Division of the Broward County Sheriff's Office. Employees in this classification are certified law enforcement officers.  Position commands and operates single engine helicopters during specialized and selective law enforcement activities. Work involves an element of personal danger and employees must be able to act without direct supervision, utilizing initiative, and discretion in response to emergency circumstances.
Performs related Deputy Sheriff duties:
This is law enforcement and public safety work in the protection of life and property through the enforcement of laws and ordinances. Employees in this classification perform work in varied law enforcement assignments, including but not necessarily limited to, motorized patrol, traffic control and enforcement, preliminary and follow-up investigation at crime scenes, courthouse and port security, vessel patrol, scuba diving, K-9 handling, serving writs, other court process actions, and assistance in public safety education and community service programs. Work involves an element of personal danger and employees must be able to act without direct supervision and to exercise independent discretion in addressing emergency situations. Work assignments and instructions are received from an administrative superior who reviews work methods and results through observation, reports and conferences. Incumbents perform essential class functions as outlined herein according to functional area of assignment.
Essential Functions:
  • Operates rotor aircraft in support of criminal searches and apprehensions, search and rescues, surveillance, aerial photography, emergency medical transports, and daily agency operations.
  • Assists other law enforcement personnel in specialized and selective law enforcement operations, and maintain confidentiality concerning all police and agency related matters.
  • Complies with Federal Aviation Regulations and Air Traffic Control procedures.
  • Ensures proper fueling and operations readiness of aircraft at all times.
  • Performs routine cleaning and maintenance on aircraft and rotor blades.
  • Maintains all pre-flight and post flight data, i.e., operations logs, aircraft logs, and weather briefings.
  • Transports victims, patients, equipment, and medical personnel.
  • Performs flight instructor training and safety duties.
  • Maintains current knowledge of local geography and roadway networks.
  • Assists paramedics in basic life support first aid emergencies.
  • Performs related duties as directed.

Tasks involve the intermittent performance of moderately physically demanding work, typically involving some combination of reaching, bending, stooping, kneeling, or crouching, and that may involve the lifting, carrying, pushing, and/or pulling of moderately heavy objects and materials (20-50 pounds). May require occasional lifting, carrying, pushing, and/or pulling of heavier objects. Most tasks are performed in flight where proper provisions are in place in terms of employee security and protection. Due to the nature of aerial operations, tasks include potential for intermittent exposure to disagreeable elements consistent with inclement weather, high wind speeds, and equipment stress. Some tasks include working around moving parts, light to moderate weight motor equipment, and materials handling where physical risks are predictable and/or controllable by observance of standard safety precautions.

  1. Candidates must possess valid Law Enforcement certification issued by the Florida Department of Law Enforcement at the time of application.*Out of state applicants may submit FDLE Equivalency of Training and test results at a later date provided remaining qualifications are met.
  2. Must successfully pass the Swimming and Basic Motor Skills tests prior to submitting an application.
  3. Must possess Rotorcraft-Helicopter Commercial & Instrument Rated license. Accidents and incidents will be reviewed.
  4. CFI and CFII Rotorcraft-Helicopter rated preferred.
  5. 500 flight hours in helicopters; 100 flight hours in turbine helicopter preferred.
  6. Must possess a Second or First Class Medical Certificate.
  7. Prior investigative experience and Medevac helicopter experience preferred.
  8. Candidates must not have been convicted of any felony or of a misdemeanor involving perjury or a false statement as an adult. All other arrests and convictions will be reviewed on a case-by-case basis. All candidates must have good moral character as determined by a background investigation (F.S.S. 943.13).If ever arrested, candidates must submit an official court disposition with the application. Official court dispositions can be obtained from the Clerk of the Court in the county in which the incident occurred.
  9. Applicant must possess and maintain throughout employment, a valid Florida driver's license without any restrictions affecting job performance. Driver's license must show current address. All candidates must submit with the application:
    -   Certified Department of Motor Vehicles "entire" Florida driving history. Florida driving histories can be obtained at any courthouse in Broward County or your local county. Three year, 7 year, and online Florida driving history records will not be accepted.
    -    If you have possessed a driver's license in any other state in the past 10 years you will need to submit an "entire" driving history from that state.  For non-Florida driving histories, please contact that state's division of motor vehicles.
    -    The search date for all driving histories must be within one month of the date the application for employment is received by the Bureau of Human Resources.If claiming Veteran's Preference, candidates must provide a DD214 Member 4 form at time of application.

*Out of state candidates: If selected FDLE does not determine if you are eligible for an exemption from training. By law, selection centers are responsible for reviewing out-of-state or federal officer's employment and training to initially determine eligibility for exemption. You would need to contact one of these entities to apply for an exemption from training:  Equivalency of Training Information 

(Out-of-state applicants may submit test results at a later date.)
  • Swimming and Basic Motor Skills tests results
  • If ever arrested, submit official court disposition, police report, and written statement for review
  • FDLE Certification documentation
  • Certified "entire" driving history
  • DD214 Member 4 form (if claiming Veterans' Preference)

To view additional information on the required Swimming and Basic Motor Skills tests, please click here: College Testing Information

Applicants who qualify will be subject to an extensive selection process and screening program, which may include, but not be limited to evaluation of training and experience; written test; computer based test; interview; polygraph examination; psychological evaluation; employment record, fingerprint and background check; medical examination; and drug screen. The expected duration of the selection process varies by position and could last 10 to 12 weeks. Reapplication will be determined on a case-by-case basis.

BSO is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of age, citizenship status, color, disability, marital status, national origin, race, religion, sex, or sexual orientation. Veterans’ preference per Florida law.

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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


  • 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.


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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.


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


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

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