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Old 9th May 2019, 03:47
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HNZ - S92 Captain - Touring, or Live-on-Site Broome

HNZ - S92 Captain - Touring, or Live-on-Site Broome

Touring, or Live-on-Site Broome, Western Australia

Full time

HNZ has established itself as a premier helicopter service provider in offshore operations in New Zealand, Australia and throughout Asia, and is a growing part of the PHI Group of worldwide companies. We are seeking applications from suitably qualified Captain for our base in Broome, WA. This position can be either live-on-site or touring on a 21/21 rotation.

Interested Captains should as a minimum have the following experience:

CASA ATPL (H) with Instrument Rating, SK92 Type Rating, Low Level Rating with Winch Endorsement

3000 hours total time

1500 hours command

1000 hours multi-engine

100 hours on type

100 hours night

SAR experience

NVG experience would be an advantage

We would like to hear from you if you have the skills and experience we are looking for and have:

Excellent communication skills

Excellent relationship management skills

The ability to work well in a team environment

To apply, please both register and apply on HNZ’s Career Centre HNZ Global | Careers and positions available in the helicopter industry. For your application to be considered you must be both registered on to the HNZ Career Centre, and also apply for the specific S92 Captain vacancy.

Applications close on Sunday 19 May 2019.
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Old 9th May 2019, 03:49
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Rescue Crew Officer, Rockhampton

Rescue Crew Officer

Babcock Mission Critical Services Australasia is a growing business that provides helicopter Search and Rescue, Emergency Medical Services, Air Ambulance, Passenger Transport, Marine Pilot Transfer, Surveillance and Defence Support operations across Australia.



An opportunity exists for a passionate and motivated Rescue Crew Officer to fulfil a position at our Rockhampton Base. Part of the Flying Operations Team, this business critical role will conduct rotary wing EMS, Search and Rescue and Emergency Services operations to support our services to Capricorn Helicopter Rescue Services operations.


To be considered in the role you will need to possess as a minimum the following qualifications and experience:

CASA Class 1 Medical
Provide First Aid Certification with Advanced Resuscitation
Helicopter Underwater Escape Training – HUET
Bronze medallion
Ability to pass and maintain rescue crew fitness assessment requirements
This is a fixed base position requiring the successful applicant to reside in Rockhampton.

Babcock is committed to creating an organisational environment that proactively acquires and manages efficient and effective staff with the skills, capabilities and attitudes necessary to support our business in achieving its corporate goals. A competitive salary package, great team environment and the chance to work for a growing global business are also on offer.

If you would like to be a part of an exciting new future with our company, then via Seek, please submit an up-to-date CV outlining relevant qualifications and work experience to the People & Culture Coordinator - Roma Suarez.

If this sounds like you, apply now!

No recruitment agencies please.
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Old 9th May 2019, 03:51
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SAR Rescue Crewman , Pearce

SAR Rescue Crewman , Pearce
CHC


Reach Beyond!

CHC provides unmatched helicopter services that enable our customers to reach beyond – to work in remote and challenging destinations that limit others – and come home safely. We are dedicated to our purpose of getting our customers where they need to be, when they need to be there, anywhere in the world – safely and reliably. All you have to do is get on board.

We have a current opportunity for a suitably qualified Rescue Crewman. This is a permanent opportunity and fixed based in Pearce, WA. This role will cover day and night flying principally Monday to Friday, with some touring as required by CHC.

To be successful in this role you must fulfil the requirements as follows:

Minimum year 10 or similar qualifications
Advanced First Aid and Resuscitation qualification
Certificate II Public Safety (Aquatic Rescue) / Bronze Medallion
Class 2 CASA Medical
Ability to work independently with minimum supervision.
Collaborative and team oriented approach
Ability to pass the CHC Aircrewman/Rescue Crewman fitness assessment
To apply for this position, please apply online by visiting chcheli.com/careers and visit CHC Job Openings. Please provide a copy of your Resume/CV to be considered for this role. Applications via Seek only will not is not applicable. (* Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted. Applications will not be accepted after the closing date.)

Application closes on Wednesday, 15th May 2019
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Old 14th May 2019, 22:04
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NPAS(UK) looking for 6 pilots for various locations in England and Wales:
https://westyorkshirepolice.tal.net/...FWvI25j8sj2abg
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Old 17th May 2019, 07:30
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A109S Pilot / Mechanic

My Boss has added a A109S to the fleet and is looking for a Pilot with maintenance capabilities. I don’t know if such a dual qualification is common but if I would like to hear about it.

Here is the wishlist: Offshore experienced Pilot for commercial A109S operation based on a new fast World Explorer Yacht (85m) for global private expedition and leisure cruises. Pilot to live on board.
Additional maintenance/ mechanic capabilities highly desirable.
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Old 18th May 2019, 14:28
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Old 19th May 2019, 06:41
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Life Flight Rotary Wing Co-Pilot

The Opportunity
We are currently seeking Co-Pilots for our Toowoomba or Brisbane base. The role will require travel to our Roma base on a regular basis.

Pay and conditions are in accordance with the LifeFlight Australia Limited Rotary Wing Pilots Certified Agreement 2016-2019.

About You
In support of our strong safety culture, minimum qualifications and experience limitations apply.

To be successful for this role you must hold the following qualifications:
CPL (H)
AW139 Type Rating with 50 hours on type
CIR-ME
NVFR(H)
1000 hours rotary wing
500 hours Multi-Engine rotary wing
100 hours PIC rotary wing
LL-WR
Dangerous Goods Certificate
HUET/EBS Certified
Class 1 medical

Desirable:
ATPL (H)
Current PIC
B412 experience
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.
Training may be considered for strong applicants that do not have the AW139 Type rating requirements but meet all other essential requirements.

Please ensure you address each of the essential criteria to demonstrate that you satisfy the minimum requirements of the role.


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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Old 31st May 2019, 01:45
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Bristow Helicopters Australia:

Head of Flight Operations/Chief Pilot/Head of Training and Checking
Bristow Helicopters


Bristow Helicopters Australia began operations in 1967 and currently supports oil and gas exploration in the North West Shelf of Western Australia and Bass Strait in Victoria. Bristow also operates Bristow Travel (Australia), an International Air Transport Association (IATA) accredited travel agency, and has controlling interest in Airnorth, the largest regional airline operating across Northern Australia. Bristow Helicopters Australia is an affiliate of Bristow Group Inc., the leading provider of global industrial aviation services offering helicopter transportation, search and rescue (SAR) and aircraft support services to government and civil organizations worldwide.

Bristow Helicopters Australia is restructuring our Operations Department to align with the current operational footprint in Australia. As such we are is seeking applicants for the role of Head of Flying Operations/Chief Pilot/Head of Training and Checking to be based in Melbourne, Victoria to align with the base located in Tooradin.

The Head of Flight Operations/Chief Pilot/Head of Training and Checking is an accountable manager within the Air Operators Certificate for the company within Asia Pacific Region as per Civil Aviation Act 1988 Statutory Responsibilities.

The responsibilities of the position include but are not limited to:

Assisting with the strategic plan for the Operations Department and Company as a whole;
Liaising with CASA on operational requirements obtaining permits, approvals, validations and clearances as required;
Ensuring compliance with the Air Operators Certificate, Civil Aviation Orders, Regulations and Company Operations Manual;
Ensuring compliance with Fatigue Risk Management System (FRMS) and maintaining appropriate records in respect of duty times;
Ensuring availability of aircraft to task and management of crew rosters;
Administering the Helicopter Landing Sites system including imposition of operational restrictions for non-conformances with CAAP92-4 and CAP437;
Maintaining and distributing Base Instructions, Emergency Response Manual, and the Base Operating Procedures; Producing & distributing DG Manual & Australian Instrument Flying Manual, make changes to Operations Manual and DG Manual;
Reviewing and responding to the Air Safety and Ground Safety Reporting system;
Ensuring compliance with BHA Transport Security Plan; and
Maintaining control and responsibility of checking and training of pilots and ensuring discipline of aircrew with respect to any breach of regulations or non-compliance with Operations Manual.

In addition to a strong background on the above broad ranging duties, we are looking for someone who can display:

Previous operational aviation management experience;
Excellent pro-active communication and problem solving skills;
Demonstrated leadership ability;
ICAO ATPL with ratings on AW139 or S92 aircraft;
3000 hours on helicopters;
Significant multi-engine and multi-crew command experience; and
Instructor rating or prior check and training experience.

You must have the legal right to live and work in Australia to apply for this role. Relocation is not on offer for this position, and as shortlisting will commence immediately, we reserve the right to close this position earlier than originally stated.

We encourage you to register your interest by submitting your application to the Human Resources Team via our website: Bristow Careers Helicopter Transportation Jobs - bristowgroup.com

Applications close 5:00pm WST Tuesday 11th June 2019
At Bristow, Safety is a Core Value
Target Zero Accidents, Target Zero Downtime
and Target Zero Complaints
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Old 31st May 2019, 11:34
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It would be an optimistic alignor of operational footprints to leave a job for that Bristow job. Considering the predicament their Global HQ is in at the moment.
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Old 6th Jun 2019, 21:41
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AIR AMBULANCE PILOT VACANCY

Posted 6 June 2019 in ATPL, Overseas, Rotary Wing

AIR AMBULANCE PILOT VACANCY

We are seeking expressions of interest for an experienced EMS pilot to join our team at Helicopters Otago Ltd.

We currently have an opportunity for a pilot at our Dunedin, New Zealand base. The successful applicant will be required to reside in the Mosgiel, Otago area.

Requirements:
  • Crew resource management and communication skills
  • CAA NZ Air Transport Pilots License (Helicopter) with the appropriate endorsements and ratings to act as pilot in command
  • 3000 hours rotary wing flight experience
  • 500 hours PIC multi engine turbine rotary wing
  • Experience in EMS/SAR operations
  • NVG Endorsement with minimum 50hrs
  • Multi-Engine Command Instrument Rating with minimum 3 renewals
  • Winch and mountain flying experience
  • BK117, EC145 and H145 Type Endorsements preferable
How to apply:
If you would like to be part of our Team, please forward your CV via the link below:

Applications close Friday 21 June 2019.


https://www.afap.org.au/pilot-jobs/p...ILOT%20VACANCY

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Old 7th Jun 2019, 07:18
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Truenorth Helicopters are seeking suitably qualified applicants to fill the following position.

EC145/407/206L1 Pilot.
This position is a “full-time” touring position based from Tumut in NSW, piloting the 145, 407 and 206 on fire and tourism operations throughout Australia, along with normal ground-based duties expected with operating in a small team.
Pilots with BK117 experience that fulfill the other requirements listed below are encouraged to apply and training and conversion will be completed on the airframes required with the successful applicant.
Applicants for this position are reminded that you will roster through all 3 airframes during employment.
Minimum qualifications for this role are as follows.
• Right to work in Australia
• CPL(H)
• Medical
• ASIC
• DG
• CRM
• HUET
• Low Flying Rating
• Fire Fighting Rating
• Hoist Rating
• Flying in the Wire Environment Course
• Bushfire Awareness Certificate
Flight experience must include.
• 1500 Hours PIC
• 500 Hours Turbine
• 100 Hours on BK117/EC145 helicopters
• 50 Hours Fire Experience
• External Load Operations
• Hoist Operations
Other desired courses include.
• Senior first aid

Applicants are to email a cover letter and brief CV to [email protected] .
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Old 7th Jun 2019, 07:19
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Truenorth Helicopters are seeking suitably qualified applicants to fill the following positions.

206L1/407 Pilot.
This position is a 6-month term encompassing Oct ’19 to Mar ’20. Extensions to this term will be negotiated with the successful applicant.
The role will be primarily based from Tumut in NSW, piloting the 206 and 407 on fire and tourism operations, along with normal ground-based duties expected with operating in a small team.

Pilots without 407 experience are encouraged to apply. Candidates will be considered on other experience factors and suitable training and conversion will be completed with the successful applicant.

Minimum qualifications for this role are as follows.
• Right to work in Australia
• CPL(H)
• Medical
• ASIC
• DG
• CRM
• HUET
• Low Flying Rating
• Fire Fighting Rating
• Flying in the Wire Environment Course
• Bushfire Awareness Certificate
Flight experience must include.
• 1500 Hours PIC
• 500 Hours Turbine
• 100 Hours on 206 series helicopters
• 50 Hours Fire Experience
• External Load Operations
Other desired courses include.
• Senior first aid

Applicants are to email a cover letter and brief CV to [email protected] .
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Old 7th Jun 2019, 07:21
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AIR AMBULANCE PILOT VACANCY

Posted 6 June 2019 in ATPL, Overseas, Rotary Wing

AIR AMBULANCE PILOT VACANCY

We are seeking expressions of interest for an experienced EMS pilot to join our team.

We currently have an opportunity for a pilot at our Dunedin, New Zealand base. The successful applicant will be required to reside in the Mosgiel, Otago area.

Requirements:

Crew resource management and communication skills
CAA NZ Air Transport Pilots License (Helicopter) with the appropriate endorsements and ratings to act as pilot in command
3000 hours rotary wing flight experience
500 hours PIC multi engine turbine rotary wing
Experience in EMS/SAR operations
NVG Endorsement with minimum 50hrs
Multi-Engine Command Instrument Rating with minimum 3 renewals
Winch and mountain flying experience
BK117, EC145 and H145 Type Endorsements preferable
How to apply:
If you would like to be part of our Team, please forward your CV via the link below:

Applications close Friday 21 June 2019.

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Old 7th Jun 2019, 08:09
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John, that last job - If only I were twenty years younger.....
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Old 13th Jun 2019, 14:39
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Babcock Onshore after several HEMS pilots.

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Old 14th Jun 2019, 11:04
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Probably related to the strike-and the 30% pay cut?
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Old 14th Jun 2019, 15:22
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Probably related to the strike-and the 30% pay cut?
Aren’t those UK positions? (ie not effected by the Spanish pay cut issue). However, they are positions which have been available for months, if not years. That tells it’s own story.
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Old 19th Jun 2019, 08:49
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Fire Pilot required 2019-20 Australian fire season B206/AS350

Calibre Aviation are looking for helicopter pilots experienced in the following;
AS350, Bell 206

You must meet the minimum requirements as per the RFS;
1500hrs TT
100hrs Type
500hrs Turbine
100hrs on Fires
100hrs Longlining


Interested/ suitably qualified people should forward their details, references and resumes to [email protected]
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Old 21st Jun 2019, 06:01
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HELICOPTER CHIEF PILOT - Full Time

HeliSpirit is proud to be a leading provider of aviation services in north-west Australia and is in its 35th year of operation. HeliSpirit operates to the highest standard of compliance, safety and professionalism, and offers an impressive range of services across utility, charter, tourism and specialised flight training.
HeliSpirit is seeking a highly motivated individual with demonstrated leadership and management experience to join our team in Kununurra in the role of Chief Pilot. This is a full-time position and the right candidate will have the ability to work in a team environment overseeing up to thirty-five pilots at multiple remote bases across north-west Australia. The right candidate will provide strong safety and compliance leadership and drive a culture of continual improvement.
Kununurra is located in the iconic Kimberley region and the position would suit someone who enjoys the outdoors and is keen to relocate to a spectacular part of Australia.

Attractive remuneration is offered for suitably qualified and experienced candidates.

QUALIFICATIONS & EXPERIENCE PREREQUISITES
Applicants will need to possess the following qualifications and experience:
• Australian CPL(H)
• Australian resident and able to hold and maintain an ASIC
• Ability to obtain and maintain CASA approval as Chief Pilot
• Flight operations management experience corresponding to the role
• Training & checking experience
• Current Class 1 Australian Medical
• 3,000+ hours total helicopter experience
• 500 hours turbine
• 100 hours minimum AS350
• 100 hours minimum B206
• 100 hours minimum R44
• Low Level Rating
• Dangerous Goods Awareness Training
• HUET
• CRM
• First Aid Certificate
• Drivers’ Licence
• Proficient in the use of the Microsoft suite of programs and Air Maestro (or similar flight duty and safety management software)

DESIRABLE EXPERIENCE
• Previous experience as a Chief Pilot/Check & Training
• Bush experience including confined area landings, low level operations & feral animal control
• Firefighting Experience
• Sling load experience
• Instructor Rating
• R66 endorsement

If you would like to be considered for this key role please email your application, including a resumι and covering letter, to [email protected]
Please include “Chief Pilot” and your name in the subject title of your email.
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Old 21st Jun 2019, 08:33
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Kununurra is located in the iconic Kimberley region and the position would suit someone who enjoys the outdoors and is keen to relocate to a spectacular part of Australia.
....and it's about a hundred miles to the next pub.
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