This position is responsible for the operation of helicopter. Maintains all standard procedures outlined in applicable FAA regulations and division policies. Responsible for determining flight routes, speed, and takeoff and landing times to fulfill scheduling requirements. Conducts flights in the safest manner possible.
RequiredMeets and maintains qualifications of FAA Commercial Rotorcraft and FAA Instrument Rotorcraft Pilot.Maintain maximum weight of 230 pounds. Experience2000 Hours Total time 1800 Hours Helicopter PIC100 Hours Helicopter Night Unaided75 Hours Instrument / Hood (50 helicopter in flight)500 Hours Cross Country500 Hours Turbine HelicopterLicensure/CertificationsFAA Commercial RotorcraftFAA Instrument RotorcraftCurrent FAA Second Class Medical PreferredAssociates degree Experience2000 Hours Helicopter PIC100 Hours Helicopter Night UnaidedEC-145 ExperienceNVG ExperiencePrevious Civilian EMS ExperiencePrevious SPIFR ExperienceHelicopter Multi-engine Experience EOE/Minorities/Females/Vet/DisabledJob seekers will be afforded equal opportunity regardless of their race, ethnicity, veteran status or disability status.