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Old 31st Jan 2016, 15:43
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Helicopter Pilot
Public Safety Business Agency
Flight Operations, Queensland Government Air, Office Of Deputy Chief Executive, Townsville

Your opportunity You will conduct single pilot rotary wing multi-engine Instrument Flight Rules and Night Vision Goggle operations. You will be part of a multi-disciplinary team working in a dynamic and challenging multi-agency environment.

Job details

Job type Permanent Full-time
Occupational group Aviation-Crew/Engineer
Classification Not applicable
Workplace Location Townsville region
Job ad reference QLD/203306/16
Closing date 12-Feb-2016
Yearly salary $150000 - $150000
Fortnightly salary $5749.48 - $5749.48
Job duration
Contact person Trevor Wilson
Contact details (07) 3275 2983

Your key accountabilities will include:

• Fly single pilot, instrument flight rules (IFR), multi-engine helicopters on aeromedical, search and rescue, counter disaster operations and other government support tasks as directed by the Chief Pilot, Base Manager or Delegate.

• Carry out all duties and training in accordance with the Civil Aviation Safety Authority (CASA Regulations) and the QGAir Operations Manual.

• Maintain a high standard of crew coordination and cooperation in a multi crew environment.

• Undertake training and skills upgrading as directed by the Base Manager.

• Ensure the Base Manager is promptly advised on all matters affecting the safety, serviceability or effectiveness of aircraft or the operation.

• Ensure all flight and task documentation is accurately completed and all crews adequately briefed and de briefed and any deficiencies promptly addressed.

• Carry out support and administrative duties as directed by the Base Manager.

• Assist in maintaining a safe, orderly and clean aircraft and hangar environment.

• Deploy, undertake and support operational duties during emergencies and disasters as necessary.

Applications to remain current for 12 months.

Further information

* This position classification is HPIL. * Please ensure you download all attachments and follow the instructions on how to apply.

Documents

Before applying for this vacancy please ensure you read the documents below attached to link below:

https://smartjobs.qld.gov.au/jobtools/j ... ing%20desc
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Old 7th Feb 2016, 10:24
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First , French Polynesia life is very expensive...I know, i live there 17 years..

Second, You have to be French ou from EEC to work there without work permit..
Third, you have to be fluent in French (really)

fourth : 35.000 euros NET per year it was what i earn 30 years ago when i fly for the first company "TAHITI HELICOPTERES" with housing and car provided FOC....

Housing in Tahiti it's not less 1500 euros per month for a small nice house "moutain side" , sea side = 3000 euros per month.

Power bill it's nearly 300 or 350 euros per month.

Food and beverage are very expensive . A bottle of Chivas is nearly 50 euros

BUT : Net is NET, no governement fees or so....
BUT : It's a very nice place to fly..... i was there for substitute a pilot for 2 weeks and i stay 17 years...LOL
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Old 11th Feb 2016, 10:12
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Salary for the GFS job is HK$123,000 per month NOT HK$15,700!
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Old 11th Feb 2016, 10:57
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He meant to say $15700 USD.
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Old 13th Feb 2016, 13:32
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Oxford UK

Maintenance Test Pilot Airbus Helicopters
Location: Oxford, reports to Chief Test Pilot
UK
KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS

Be capable of holding both H135 and H145 type ratings
Capable of holding a Class One EASA Medical
Good communicator capable of representing AH UK both to commercial and military customers
A good aviation background with an understanding of aircraft systems and engineering
Have working knowledge of MAA 2000 series regulations and CFAOS
Have working knowledge of CS27/29 & Part Ops
Computer literate in MS Office desktop applications
EDUCATION, QUALIFICATIONS, SPECIAL TRAINING
ESSENTIAL

Hold an current EASA CPL(H) or equivalent
Hold a current Twin Instrument Rating
EXPERIENCE

2000 hours twin engine flying time; varied On Shore flying experience
Proven operational experience with H135 and or H145 with a recognized Operator
Ex military trained pilot an advantage
Instructor TRI/TRE Ratings an advantage
NVG qualification an advantage
Experience of CFAOS an advantage
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Old 17th Feb 2016, 12:44
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Current EASA B212 pilot wanted ...

....for freelance basis work over the next few months, about a week a month. PM me and I'll pass details on.
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Old 21st Feb 2016, 07:11
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Bell 412 NVG Captain&Copilot

We are currently recruiting 2 pilots for open positions within our company.

Starting date is Early March.
Location Africa / Remote Base, non-hostile.

Minimum Requirements (Captain):
-3000 hours Total Time
-1500 hours PIC
-1000 hours Twin Engine
-100 hours Night Time
-100 Hours on Bell 412
-Type rated on Bell 412
-NVG-rated with a minimum of 50 hours

Minimum Requirements (Copilot):
-1000 hours Total Time
-50 hours on Bell 412
-Type rated on Bell 412
-NVG-rated

Rotations are available at 6/6 or 8/4.

Only qualified candidates fulfilling the minimum requirements will receive a reply.

[email protected]
 
Old 21st Feb 2016, 15:53
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Hi Silberfuchs,
Do you have any closer contact for Government Flying Service HONG KONG
Regards
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Old 22nd Feb 2016, 08:10
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The GFS website gives all the contacts on the 'org chart'.
Closing date for position was 18th Feb - I believe
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Old 22nd Feb 2016, 08:57
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That is the first aptitude test for GFS.
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Old 23rd Feb 2016, 08:48
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FINN ? Styrmenn - First Officers

How many pilots from CHC Norway, have lost their job during the last year, and now the Bergen Contract with 5 x S92s?
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Old 25th Feb 2016, 21:03
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Bristow now hiring 25 FO's for Norway.
What about the 66 pilots (mostly Captains) that were fired less than 6 months ago in the North Sea region? And the other almost 80 fired internationally?
Young FO's out there looking for a job and seeing Bristow as your ticket to a great career: Be warned! You'll give Bristow the best 10 or 15 years of your life and then you'll just be replaced by a younger cheaper version. By then, you'll be in your late 40s early 50s and all you'll know is fly in a straight line to offshore rigs... worthless to helicopter operators outside of oil and gas.....
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Old 25th Feb 2016, 21:45
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It has always been this way and will always be this way. What do you do in the helicopter industry Mrtgvbhy?
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Old 25th Feb 2016, 22:12
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Not one Captain has been a compulsory redundancy on the C/NNS. Those that have gone have all taken voluntary. Only cojos that have received the boot.

LZ
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Old 26th Feb 2016, 01:32
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Originally Posted by Hot_LZ View Post
Not one Captain has been a compulsory redundancy on the C/NNS. Those that have gone have all taken voluntary. Only cojos that have received the boot.

LZ
Less so international, and those let go weren't offered work back on the continent necessarily.

But generally, I agree...
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Old 17th Mar 2016, 00:08
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PSNI looking for a chief pilot, need A & H.

Chief Pilot - Aldergrove job with The Police Service of Northern Ireland ( PSNI) | 1401437781
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Old 18th Mar 2016, 02:05
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Originally Posted by Macaco Norte View Post
Interestingly the third job advert from PSNI in 12 months. Might need a bit more than an A&H for this one. Unit has been running understaffed with pilots for a few years. They've struggled with recruitment and can't seem to retain pilots either.
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Old 18th Mar 2016, 06:33
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Sorry, excuse my ignorance - A&H?

I hate it when I can't keep up.
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Old 18th Mar 2016, 07:16
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Airplane and Helicopter.
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Old 18th Mar 2016, 08:11
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Input shaft,

A = CPL(A) or ATPL(A)
H = CPL(H)

However - you don't need both - the application actually states and/or.
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