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    Successful Applicant(s) will be able to:

    • Perform Flight Instruction for a wide variety of students for all FAA ratings including CFI/CFII in both the R22 and R44.
    • Accurately document ground and flight training to company standards.
    • Coordinate Phase Checks, all Testing, Customer Billing accurately and timely with other Company Personnel.
    • Coordinate with Company Personnel for scheduled and unscheduled aircraft Maintenance.
    • Assist Customers with efficient Aerial Data Collection.
    • Assist other disciplines in the Company when not flying.
    • Opportunities for advancement exist with motivation to learn, intelligent use of skills/equipment and dedication to making the customers needs come first.
    • Full Time with benefits. Most time is spent near our facility in Sellersburg Indiana, but occasional travel to meet customer needs is required.nbsp;

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    JOB DESCRIPTION: PC-12 Ground Instructor at OXC airport.

    • Conduct Initial/Recurrent/Upgrade/Differences Ground Training in the Pilatus PC12 series aircraft.
    • Conduct Instructor Training
    • Instruct in a classroom setting, Tradewind pilots in Indoctrination, aircraft systems, performance, general subjects, and other subjects under FAR 135 Training Program
    • Assist the DOT in researching, evaluating, and implementing new or revised training systems, policies, and procedures
    • Revise and update courseware
    • Record and help maintain all ROTs and Assist in Electronic Qualifications software upkeep.

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    PILATUS PC-12 FIRST OFFICERS
    Tradewind Aviation is a growing Part 135nbsp;Commuter amp; On-Demand Operator with bases in Waterbury/Oxford, CT (OXC), Westchester, nbsp;NY (HPN) and San Juan, PR (SJU) offering
    premium scheduled service throughout the Northeast and Caribbean.
    For further details, check our website: www.flytradewind.com
    JOB DESCRIPTION:

    • PC-12 First Officers shall be responsible for assisting Captains during flight operations. We are currently hiring for our OXC, SJU and HPN bases.
    MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:
    • FAA Commercial Pilot Certificate with
    • Airplane Single-Engine Land (ASEL) with instrument rating.
    • Valid FAA 1st Class Medical Certificate.
    • Valid passport, US citizen or current work visa.
    • Must be able to relocate to within 90 minutes nbsp;from base.
    • Note: Hourly requirements subject to change.
    PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS:
    • 900 hours total time/ 500 hours cross country point to point/ 100 hours night/ 50 hours Instrument.
    • Previous Part 135 experience.
    • Pilatus PC-12 experience.
    BENEFITS:
    Starting First Officer Salary is $34,000$200 day rates First Officers can expect to upgrade to Captain upon acquiring Part 135 IFR PIC flight experience requirements Captain Salary is $60,000 per year starting with pay raises every year All Pilots are paid untaxed $3.21 per diem per duty hour. Additional Domestic and Overnight pay Medical, Vision, Dental and 401k plans available ZED Fare standby travel benefits on various US and international airlines (Delta, Jet Blue, Virgin, Swiss and more)Upgrade path to Citation CJ3 including type rating and ATP
    To apply please send your resume to recruiting@flytradewind.com

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    Preference will be given to current and qualified DC-9/MD-80 pilots. Candidates may be required to take a simulator evaluation based upon experience and currency.

    We offer:

    • Captains starting at $89.74 per hour and First Officers $61.75 per hour with a 65 hour monthly guarantee.nbsp;
    • Eleven days off per month. Medical, Dental, Vision and Life Insurance available CASS member. 401 K.

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    135 / 133 helicopter on-demand utility seasonal pilot. Full seasonal and a part time pilot positions open

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    We're looking for a flight instructor. We are a Cessna Pilot Center with five Skyhawk SPs, including two with the G1000 Glass Cockpit, and a Cessna Cutlass. $27.00 per hour.
    We have a Frasca (G1000) sim, and a full motion Redbird sim. We have a nice classroom and pilot shop. We try to have a professional, yet fun and relaxed atmosphere.
    Our school is Part 141, VA, and SEVIS certified. There are numerous apartment complexes and nice sub-divisions near the airport. Austin is a great place to live, and has a very healthy economy. Military veterans welcome. nbsp;The instructor we are trying to replace was getting 120 hours a month, and we're even busier now.

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    CFI/CFII #8211; Full time instructor for part 61 ground and flight training, with the opportunity to advance into our charter department.

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    Benefits include: paid vacation, holidays, 401k, health insurance, life insurance, monthly flight bonus, discounted aircraft rental and uniforms.nbsp;

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    CFI/CFII #8211; Full time instructor for part 61 ground and flight training, with the opportunity to advance into our charter department.
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    Benefits include: paid vacation, holidays, 401k, health insurance, life insurance, monthly flight bonus, discounted aircraft rental and uniforms.

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    If your passion is flying and you want to work in an environment

    Where every second counts, contact us today!

    Sault Ste. Marie, MI
    • $12,000 additional pay
    • Pilot Apartment
    • 14/14 Schedule
    • H135 VFR

    Join a team of highly skilled pilots, emergency medical experts, and mechanics whose mission is to save lives.

    Med-Trans provides air medical services through the rapid transport of the critically ill and injured. Med-Trans, renowned for its state-of-the art helicopter equipment, has established itself as an industry leader in safe and successful missions. We take great pride in hiring the most talented pilots available in the industry today!

    Med-Trans Corporation offers competitive salaries and an excellent benefits package: medical, dental, amp; vision coverage; life insurance; a 401(k) retirement plan with a company match; paid time off and holiday pay.

    Med-Trans also provides employees 100% company-paid:

    • Life insurance
    • Short-term disability
    • Long-term disability insurance

    Minimum Qualifications:

    • Current FAA Commercial Certificate with Rotorcraft
    • Helicopter Instrument Rating
    • Current FAA Class II Medical Certificate
    • Prefer Bell 407 or EC-135 experience
    • 2,000 total Helicopter Flight Hours
    • 1,000 total Helicopter PIC Hours
    • 1,000 total Turbine Hours
    • 200 Helicopter Night Flight Hours (Aided and/or Unaided)
    • 50 Hours Actual Weather or Simulated Weather Flight Hours
    • Helicopter Flight Currency a Must!

    Visit www.med-trans.net for all Med-Trans career opportunities

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    Cal-Ore Life Flight is providing services for the REACH Air Medical Services, LLC d/b/a Sierra Life Flight program. nbsp;This position is located in Bishop, CA.
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    Sierra Lifeflight provides emergent air ambulance transportation in the eastern side of the Sierra Nevada Mountains. Our corporate base of operations is located in Bishop California at the Eastern Sierra Regional Airport. We operate two fixed wing aircraft capable of speeds over 300 miles per hour. Sierra Lifeflight services the hospitals in Bishop, Mammoth, and Lone Pine California. Since our inception in 1993 Sierra Lifeflight strives to provide the best emergent medical transportation, in the safest environment. Each flight has an EMS Pilot, Flight Registered Nurse, and Flight Paramedic. Each crewmember is carefully screened, and provided with specialty training to work in the air-ambulance environment. Safety and Quality patient care is our priority.
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    The Sierra Lifeflight FW Pilot provides customer oriented high quality air medical transport services in a safe and efficient manner. The pilot is expected to act as a proactive and integral team player, both in flight, and during ground operations, utilizing communication and technical skills which will strengthen the company goal of being held in highest regard within the EMS industry.

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    GULF OF MEXICO VFR CAPTAINS
    PHI Inc. has immediate openings for VFR Captains in our Domestic Oil amp; Gas Operations.

    **SUCCESSFUL CANDIDATES WILL BE ELIGIBLE FOR AN $8000.00 SIGN ON BONUS, HALF PAID FOLLOWING SUCCESSFUL COMPLETION OF NEW HIRE TRAINING, #189; PAID FOLLOWING 6 MONTHS OF EMPLOYMENT**
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    Under the general direction of the Area Manager and Lead Pilot, operates PHI's helicopter under the appropriate FAA regulations, PHI's Operations Manual and Policy Manual to ensure safe and efficient flights for PHI's customers. The PIC is directly responsible for, and the final authority as to the operation of the aircraft.

    ESSENTIAL DUTIES amp; ACCOUNTABILITIES
    • Operate his/her aircraft in a safe and efficient manner, complying with all appropriate regulations and guidelines.
    • Ensure that the paperwork is finished in a neat and accurate manner.
    • Work with the customer to provide safe, efficient, courteous, and reliable service. Ensure that the customer has had a safety briefing, is qualified to refuel if necessary, understands baggage loading and unloading procedures, and understands that safety in and around the helicopter is of the utmost importance.
    • Ensure that his/her airman certificate and medical certificate are current, and that Lafayette Operations has current copies of each.
    • Maintain a personal logbook or recency of experience log to show the recent flight experience. Also, ensure that his/her FAR Part 135 qualifications are current.
    • Keep the Lead Pilot/Area Manager informed of the operational status of his/her aircraft and makes sure the aircraft is airworthy before, during and after the flights.
    • Represent PHI in a professional manner which includes being neat in appearance and courteous to all internal and external customers.
    • Comply with other duties and assignments that may be assigned by supervisors.
    • Report all aircraft mechanical malfunctions by entering them in the aircraft engineering log book.

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    EMS Reserve/Relief Pilot (IFR-ROTOR) - Central California

    POSITION SUMMARY
    The CALSTAR Reserve/Relief Pilot provides customer oriented, high quality air medical transport services in a safe and efficient manner. Flying our new fleet of Eurocopter EC-135s, you're part of a tightly knit, highly experienced, and high-functioning trauma and transport team that delivers unparalleled patient care and safety in a state of the art, flying ICU.nbsp;

    ESSENTIAL JOB DUTIES
    #8211; Reserve / Relief Pilot for California Float Position (Central Coast Area) but may include base coverage outside of candidate's base domicile.

    • Performs all duties and responsibilities of EMS Pilot as outlined in the CALSTAR General Operations Manual
    • Performs all administrative or other duties per CALSTAR policies, procedures, or as assigned by the Lead Pilot.
    • Performs all duties and responsibilities of permanent base position.
    • Relief Pilot will be domiciled out of a #8220;home#8221; base and assigned to cover multiple CALSTAR locations
      per scheduling requirements.
    • Performs other duties as assigned by the Chief Pilot or Flight Training Department Manager.

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    EMS Pilots - Come fly the mountain ranges along the Redwood Coast!
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    Flying our new fleet of Eurocopter EC-135s, you're part of a tightly knit, highly experienced, and high-functioning trauma and transport team that delivers unparalleled patient care and safety in a state of the art, flying ICU. nbsp;This base pilot role will support our Ukiah, CA location with inter-facilities transports and scene call services.
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    Who succeeds in this role?
    You are a professional helicopter pilot with at least 3,000 hours PIC. Through your solid experience and consistent good judgement, you#8217;ve clocked thousands of hours of complex VFR and IFR flight scenarios with irregular variables, such as; EMS air evacuation, mountain or hazardous terrain, night, heavy lift/construction/utility, or undeveloped and confined space operation.
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    Your overall success in this position requires the ability to balance demands of the EMS transport and patient needs with the realities of flight planning, crew dynamics, and environmental factors. Your excellent crew resource management skills give you the ability to quickly establish positive, trusting interpersonal and professional relationships. You easily give and receive input from your team and are accountable for the consistent communication and leadership that ensures the safety of patients and your crew.
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    Essential Duties and Responsibilities
    • Performs all duties and responsibilities of EMS Pilot as outlined in the CALSTAR General Operations Manual
    • Performs all administrative or other duties per CALSTAR policies, procedures, or as assigned by the Lead Pilot.
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    GrandView Aviation, the Mid-Atlantic#8217;s Premier Jet amp; Helicopter charter service, is aggressively hiring First Officers for our nbsp;Phenom 300 (EMB-505) Fleet.

    Based at Martin State Airport (KMTN), near Baltimore, Maryland. nbsp;
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    Our fleet is growing and we are aggressively hiring well qualified pilots. We are willing to invest in the right Candidates and send you to Phenom 300 Type Rating training at CAE. nbsp;Come Grow with Us!
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    Our missions include charter, owner, and life- saving, organ transplant flights. This is your opportunity to work for a rapidly growing company that values teamwork and has a passion for customer service without compromising Safety.
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    Requirements:
    - FAA First Class Medical
    - Comm/ME Required for First Officers, with a Minimum of 1,200 Hours Total Time and 500 Hours Multi-Engine Time
    - No Accidents, Incidents or Violations
    - No DUI/DWI in last 5 years / No Felony Convictions
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    Opportunity for quick upgrade to PIC for higher time SICs.
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    Must live or be willing to relocate within 30 minutes of KMTN. nbsp;This position is not commutable.nbsp;
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    Benefits:
    - Medical (Health amp; Dental)
    - 401K with Employer Matching Contributions
    -nbsp;Competitive Salary and Benefits.
    Competitive Salary:
    - nbsp;First Officers - nbsp;$50-60K based on experience.
    - $10k BONUS, if you have an EMB-505 Type Rating.nbsp;
    - nbsp;Vacation
    - nbsp;Hard Days Offnbsp;
    - nbsp;Holiday Premium Pay and Bonus Pay for flying additional days outside of schedule.
    - nbsp;Our Pilots are averaging 500-600 hrs/yr, and earning $10,000-$25,000/yr in Bonuses.
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    NO PHONE CALLS or WALK-INS, PLEASE.
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    ***Must live or be willing to relocate within 30 minutes of KMTN. nbsp;This position is not commutable.***
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    Submit Resume to Resumes@FlyGV.comnbsp;
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    AIRCRAFT CREWMEMBER

    Minimum Qualifications

    • Valid Airman#8217;s Certificate with Commercial Privileges, Airplane Multiengine Land, English Proficient
    • Current, valid Second Class Medical Certificate
    • 500 Hours Multiengine
    • Radial engine experience is a plus
    • Must be goal oriented and work well with others
    • Must be current per FARs
    • Random drug tests are required
    • Valid drivers license

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    This is a hospital based FAA Part 135 certificate holder and is seeking an experienced pilots for a single pilot IFR EC-145 helicopter air ambulance position in Peru, Peoria and Rockford Illinois.

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    POSITION SUMMARY
    Flexjet, an award winning organization that specializes in high end private jet travel, is seeking a customer service driven Pilot to join our team! This role works as part of a team in piloting the assigned Flexjet aircraft for both domestic and international flights providing a safe flight for Flexjet owners during their scheduled rotation. We invite experienced pilots to apply for these positions currently open at various domiciles around the country.

    DUTIES amp; RESPONSIBILITIES

    • Functionally responsible to the Pilot-in-Command on all flights
    • Performs all duties and any specific duties assigned
    • Maintains a high degree of crew coordination, performing duties in a professional, efficient, and cordial manner at all times
    • Responsible to the Fleet Chief Pilot for duty assignments and training
    • Greets the passengers and assists with passenger seating and luggage storage
    • Conducts passenger briefings
    • Assists with emergency evacuations
    • Adhere to the duties and responsibilities outlined in the Crew Flight Manual and Flight Deck Handbook
    • Maintains a current medical certificate as required by the Company and notifies their Assistant Chief Pilot if a medical (physical or mental) condition may impair their ability to perform the flight
    • Perform other duties as assigned

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    Job Summary
    The Pilot reports directly to the Pilot Supervisor and Chief Pilot. The Pilot assigned to any flight is charged with the responsibility to operate the aircraft in accordance with applicable FARs, company operating procedures, operations specifications, and the operating limitations of that aircraft as provided in the approved AFM.

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    The classification of this position is broad and assigned specific functional areas; duties and assignments may overlap depending on the operational needs of the department.
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    Essential Functions and Responsibilities include the following but are not limited to:
    • Ensure that the following items and equipment are on board the aircraft as required:Aircraft Registration. Airworthiness Certificate. AFM, Daily Logbook and the Company GOM. Current Hawaiian Island Sectional Aeronautical Chart, current Pacific Chart Supplement.Passenger briefing cards, number applicable to type of aircraft. First aid kit, fire extinguisher(s) and airsickness bags. For all flights, one Life Jacket for each occupant. For night flights, those items of equipment required in FAR 135.159 and 135.161.Check the aircraft maintenance record log to determine that the scheduled maintenance or other required inspections are current for the aircraft.
    • Check the aircraft daily log sheet to determine that mechanical irregularities or defects reported from previous flights have been corrected and review the previous five (5) daily log sheets for maintenance performed.
    • Determine that the aircraft is airworthy and that a proper preflight, in accordance with the AFM and company policy, has been performed.nbsp;
    • Determine that the aircraft is loaded within center of gravity limitations, does not exceed maximum gross weight or center of gravity limitations for takeoff and landing.nbsp;
    • Check current weather, NOTAMS, PIREPS, and all other available information concerning the flight.nbsp;
    • Ensure that the passengers are briefed on boarding, in-flight, deplaning and emergency procedures.
    • nbsp;File a Company or FAA flight plan for all flights. This includes test flights, ferry flights and training flights.nbsp;
    • Ensure that the following items are in his personal possession at all times on all flights: a) Valid FAA Airline Transport Rating and/or Commercial Pilot Certificate with appropriate ratings.nbsp;
    • Valid FAA Class I or Class II Medical Certificate, issued to the holder.
    • Valid Government ID or Driver#8217;s licensenbsp;
    • Have passed a flight check given by the Administrator or an approved check pilot in the type of aircraft to be used for the flight since the beginning of the 12th calendar month before the flight.
    • Other duties assigned.
    Subject to applicable laws and Blue Hawaiian Helicopters policies, regular attendance is an essential function of the position. nbsp;All employees
    must follow Blue Hawaiian Helicopters#8217; employment practices and policies.
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    Supervisory Responsibilities
    This position has no supervisory responsibilities.

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    #8226;Flights is based in Klamath Falls (LMT), departing to Portland (PDX) Monday-Friday evening and returning the following morning
    #8226;Lodging is provided in Portland.
    #8226;7% annual retention bonus (after 24 months)

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    #8226;Flights typically operate 5-days per week departing in the morning and returning in the evening, with lodging provided at the outstation.
    #8226;Schedules may vary depending on base and flight.
    #8226;Ameriflight pilots average 60 flight hours per month, or 720 hours per year.
    #8226;20% annual retention bonus (after 24 months)
    #8226;Direct hire B1900 Captains with previous 121 or 135 experience are eligible for up to $20,000 in additional hiring bonuses; $10,000 following the successful completion of training and IOE, and $10,000 after 18 months of continuous full time employment with Ameriflight.

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