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Old 21st Jun 2019, 19:04
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It looks like there are more jobs in Australia than in the rest of the world or is it just because John is more diligent than the rest of us?
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Old 21st Jun 2019, 21:36
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There are enough pubs in Kununurra to get on the juice, trust me I once lived there. It’s also not a bad place to live, lots of water, good fishing and plenty of things to see in the region. Only downside side in my opinion is that it can get a little too hot at times during the build up, although it’s manageable and I would go back there and live if I had to.
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Old 21st Jun 2019, 22:26
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And you can always feed George, who regularly attends the Kununarra barbies


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Old 25th Jun 2019, 00:23
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Fleet Helicopters

PILOT POSITION.

Details: Fleet Helicopters and Commercial Helicopters are looking for helicopter line pilots for either full time or fixed term contract positions for the 2018-19 fire season and beyond. The positions are to be based in either Armidale or Mudgee, NSW.

Mandatory requirements:
1500 hours PIC
500 hours Turbine
100 hours on type for both AS350 and B206
50 hours fire experience
Aerial Application Rating - Firefighting endorsement (helicopter)
Low Level Rating - sling endorsement
Long line experience
CRM
HUET
Flying the wire course
Bushfire Awareness course
Aviation DG

Preferred qualifications:
Bush/remote area/mountain experience
Instructor Rating
Fixed wing licence (PPL or CPL)
Shooting experience
B204/205/UH1 experience
Powerline experience
Ag rating
Please send resume with references and full hour breakdown to:
[email protected]


From personal knowledge, a great company and fun team to work with
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Old 25th Jun 2019, 11:04
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Fiji AS355/R44 pilot

Helitours Fiji operates R44 and AS355 helicopters for Tourism, Resort transfers and Medical evacuations in Fiji, and request applications from pilots with the following qualifications.

• 1000 hrs flying experience,
• 300 hrs Turbine time
• 100 hrs AS355
• 100 R44 experience

Preferred:
• Overwater flying experience,
• HUET,
• prior tourism work,
• Helicopter LAME/ Pilot
• Airplane experience (eg C208)

Salary: Will be based on experience

Please send your resume to the Operational Manager:
[email protected]
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Old 25th Jun 2019, 11:07
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S92/AW139 Offshore Captains – Trinidad

Trinidad Offshore S92 &/or AW139 Pilot (PIC)

Full time
R-0001346

High School diploma or equivalent required with College Degree preferred
FAA Airline Transport Pilot Helicopter (ATP) Certificate, Rotorcraft-Helicopter, Instrument Helicopter
1st Class Medical or equivalent
Must have a minimum of 5,000 hours total time
Must have 4,000 hours Command time
2,000 hours in S92
1,500 hours in S76
100 hours night time
Recency – last 90 days in type, 50 hours
3,000 hours offshore
Must have 400 hours instrument/hood

Bristow Group will not discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment because of race, sex, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, national origin, age, genetic information, disability, veteran status or any other characteristic.
Source: Trinidad Offshore S92 &/or AW139 Pilot (PIC)
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Old 25th Jun 2019, 11:10
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EC155 Offshore Captains & Copilots – Romania

VEGA Offshore


Due to expansion, we are looking for new staff for a long term Oil and Gas aviation contract on the Black Sea (Constanta City).

Pilots – EASA licence, endorsed for the EC155B1 and meeting IOGP 590 requirements for offshore / time on type. Start date September 2019.

The positions will be at our Heliport (LRMC) and Main Base (LRCK) in Constanta, Romania.
We are looking are individuals who can work well within a small team and are able to focus on achieving contract goals. If interested, please send the following to [email protected]:
– Current CV,
– Licence page(s)
– Preference for Rotation or Permanent roster.
– Expected salary range

We want to sign now, but start of duty with last week of August 2019.
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Old 25th Jun 2019, 11:12
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EC155 B1/2 Engineers & Maintenance Manager – Romania

Due to expansion, we are looking for new staff for a long term Oil and Gas aviation contract on the Black Sea (Constanta City).

Maintenance Manager – Immediate start – With good experience of small / medium twin turbine operations. Capable of acting as liaison between CAMO / Operator / Suppliers and Accountable Manager.

Engineers – B1 and B2 certified to work on our 2 x EC155B1.

The positions will be at our Heliport (LRMC) and Main Base (LRCK) in Constanta, Romania.
We are looking are individuals who can work well within a small team and are able to focus on achieving contract goals. If interested, please send the following to [email protected]:
– Current CV,
– Licence page(s)
– Preference for Rotation or Permanent roster.
– Expected salary range

Maintenance Manager – start date: as soon as possible. Full time in Constanta also with the last week of August, but he needs to be available asap to set up the base and have CAA initial audits.

With engineers we want to sign now, but start of duty with last week of August 2019.
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Old 25th Jun 2019, 11:21
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Helicopter Deputy Head of Training – Australia

Originally Posted by Spunk View Post
It looks like there are more jobs in Australia than in the rest of the world or is it just because John is more diligent than the rest of us?
Well, here’s another one from Microflite, a reputable and dynamic Australian operator

Deputy Head of Training-Melbourne

June 24, 2019

Deputy Head of Training

Microflite Helicopter Services are looking for an experienced, motivated, and personable Grade 1 Helicopter Instructor with NVIS or IFR Instructor qualifications to fill the role of Deputy Head of Training. This role reports to and is directly answerable to Microflite’s Head of Training and will be filled by someone who has a passion for training and desire to focus their career in this area.

Microflite are a Melbourne based helicopter company operating a large and modern fleet of Airbus helicopters conducting high-end charter and tourism, aerial work (including firefighting and SAR), and para-public services. Microflite does not do ab initio training, so all training is for licenced pilots advancing their skills and career. This is a full time position based at our Moorabbin Airport facility.

Minimum Qualifications and Experience:

CASA CPL(H) or ATPL(H)

Current CASA Grade 1 Flight Instructor (Helicopter)

NVIS and/or IFR Instructor rating

Substantial knowledge of CASA aviation legislation, including recent and upcoming changes in legislation

Proactive approach to maintaining and enhancing currency of aviation legislation and legislative changes, and proven record of showing initiative in approach to anticipated changes

Strong work ethic and drive to succeed in chosen career path

Adherence to high personal and organisational quality standards

Ability to relate well to others

Ability to model best practice, and to drive beneficial change within the organisation

Ability to deliver constructive feedback, training and coaching to experienced pilots conducting specialist tasks

Ability to pass CASA flight testing as an instructor and CAR 217 training & checking pilot

Strong desire to further your career in a training capacity

Desirable:

Flight Examiner qualifications

Aerial fire-fighting experience (Helicopter)

Multi Engine qualifications and experience (light and medium helicopters)

Experience working within a CAR 217 training and checking organisation

Experience as a Training and/or Checking pilot in a CAR 217 organisation

Winching / Rappelling qualifications and experience

Aerial Application – Helicopter Fire Fighting Instructor qualifications

Microflite offers a dynamic and engaging workplace, a passionate management team, and the opportunity for growth and career progression.

Only applicants meeting the minimum qualifications will be considered.

Closing Date: 15 July 2019

Please email us your CV and expression of interest:

[email protected]
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Old 25th Jun 2019, 11:25
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H145 NVG HEMS Pilot – England

One for the POMs; verbosity may also be a requirement given the length of this! . Application deadline is Friday 12th July.

BACKGROUND OF YORKSHIRE AIR AMBULANCE

Not everyone realises that the Yorkshire Air Ambulance relies solely on the generosity of individuals and organisations to help save lives across your region. In fact, as an independent Charity we only receive help through secondment of the paramedics from the Yorkshire Ambulance Service NHS Trust. We need to raise £12,000 per day to keep both of Yorkshire’s air ambulances and highly-trained crew in the air. This is the equivalent of £4.4M every single year.

As a rapid response lifesaving emergency service, our air ambulances serve a population of five million people across four million acres. Our two Airbus H145 helicopters operate from Nostell Priory near Wakefield in West Yorkshire and RAF Topcliffe near Thirsk in North Yorkshire, covering the whole of Yorkshire seven days a week, 365 days per year. Flying with NVIS commenced in the summer of 2017 and extends the hours of operation from between 0600 to 2400.

Wherever the air ambulance lands at the scene of an accident, it is a maximum of 20 minutes from a Major Trauma Centre for the patient’s injuries or illness.

Over 7,900 patients’ lives have been changed by the Yorkshire Air Ambulance since the Charity began in October 2000.

JOB ROLE

The structure of the YAA is unusual in so far as we do not have a Chief Executive. The Trustee Board consists of 10 Trustees with different skill sets and expertise that they bring to the Charity. The Chairman is Peter Sunderland MBE, DL and the Vice Chair is Brian Chapman. The Board is very commercially focussed and has a broad spectrum of skills.

Day to day running of the Charity falls under the control of departmental Directors who form our Senior Management Team (SMT). Six SMT members are responsible for the business activity departments of Fundraising, Finance, Marketing & Communications, Operations, and Aviation. We are seeking to recruit a Line Pilot to join our team who, under the direction of a Chief Pilot, will be responsible for the command and operation of one of our Airbus H145 helicopters. Unlike most other air ambulances in the UK, we directly employ pilots to fly the helicopters under our own Air Operators Certificate (AOC).

Operating hours throughout the year are from 6am to midnight with a double shift at our primary airbase from Nostell Priory, near Wakefield, West Yorkshire. We also have a secondary base at RAF Topcliffe, near Thirsk which operates on a 3 on / 3 off, 12 hour shift from 7am till 7pm each day. The successful candidate will be employed at our Nostell base.

If you would like to be part of this high-profile, successful regional charity and think your skills and experience fit the bill for this exciting role… we look forward to hearing from you!

JOB DESCRIPTION
JOB TITLE: Line Pilot
LOCATION: Nostell ASU, Foulby, near Wakefield, with infrequent duties from RAF Topcliffe near Thirsk.
REPORTING TO: Chief Pilot
HOURS: Three-on / three-off roster, with a variable nine-hour shift to cover the operational period between 0600 and 2400 Occasional variations to this pattern may be requested, but duty time will never be more than as permitted under the approved FTL scheme
ADDITIONAL INFO: Extra duties may sometimes be requested to provide cover for unforeseen sickness and holiday relief. Whenever these shifts increase work hours beyond the usual rostered FDP per six-week period, TOIL will be granted or additional payments made. Suitable accommodation is provided FOC by the Charity at both air bases to manage fatigue, but it is anticipated that the successful candidate shall be willing to relocate to Yorkshire.
HOLIDAYS: 22 plus 8 in lieu of statutory/public holidays. A percentage of the holiday entitlement will be pre-booked in order to manage the roster, and a proportionate number of weekends and bank holidays are rostered as duty days.
JOB PURPOSE: To carry out line flying duties as required by the Yorkshire Air
Ambulance

Main Duties:
 As aircraft commander, to ensure all flying tasks are carried out in a safe and efficient manner in accordance with the Charity’s Operations Manual, in addition to any regulations as laid down by the Air Navigation Order and/or EASA as amended by legislation.
 Ensure that, during periods of duty, you manage and organise the Operating Base in an effective manner; briefing crews on their HEMS responsibilities and maintaining the high personal and professional standards expected from any employee of the Yorkshire Air Ambulance.
 To ensure personal currency in all respects with regard to Flight Crew Licence, Aircrew Medical, Licence Proficiency Check (LPC), Operator Proficiency Check (OPC), Line Check, Emergency & Safety Equipment Check (E&SE) and other checks as required by the regulations before carrying out any flight on behalf of the Yorkshire Air Ambulance.
 You may on occasion be required to carry out duties of a different nature either in addition to, or instead of, your normal duties. You will not be assigned duties or asked to perform services which it is believed are unreasonable or you cannot reasonably perform, or which are inconsistent with the position you hold.

Knowledge and Experience required:
Essential
 Either a current ATPL(H) or CPL(H) with Instrument Rating
 A minimum of 1500 hours as pilot-in-command of aircraft
 A minimum of 500 hours as pilot-in-command of helicopters gained VMC overland with significant low flying experience
 40 hours VFR at night as pilot in command
 Lives in, or prepared to relocate to the Yorkshire region
 Fluent English, driving licence, passport, right to work in the UK.
Desirable
 Previous experience in a similar role
 H145 type rating
 NVIS experience
 Training qualification

Skills and Abilities:
Communicating with others – Pitches communication at the right level both verbally and in writing and checks for understanding. Good listening skills. Uses information to influence others. Able to give tough messages when required.
Building Relationships – Works well with others. Co- operates willingly with others. Able to quickly build effective relationships with all levels both internally and externally and meet the needs of the individual. Treats others with dignity and respect and able to gain the trust of others and build strong relationships with others.
Flexibility and Adaptability – Adopts a flexible and adaptable approach, taking on board the opinions of colleagues. Recovers well from setbacks and resistance from others and remains calm under pressure and focused on the task. Encourages others to do the same.
Making Decisions – Anticipates issues and takes action to address underlying cause. Reaches effective decisions by gathering and analysing relevant information balancing cost, benefit and risk implications. Considers options, weighs up pros and cons before deciding on action.
Delivering Results – Accepts accountability and ownership. Ensures that they and the team deliver on time and to required standard. Has high standards and leads by examples. A good role model. Creates enthusiasm in others.
Self-Motivated – Works well on their own or as part of a team. Demonstrates a positive attitude. Energetic and enthusiastic.

Additional Information:
 Salary details available upon request (dependent on skills and experience)
 Discretionary annual staff bonus scheme based on the Charity’s financial performance
 Mileage expenses for use of own car
 Contributory pension scheme
 Private Medical Insurance
 Life Assurance
 Confirmation in post subject to completion of a successful 6-month probationary period
 Interviews will take place at Cayley House, Elland on Monday 22nd JULY 2019
 Start date for the successful applicant to commence in Sept/Oct 2019
 The successful applicant will be subject to a full Disclosure and Barring (DBS) check

If you wish to discuss the job role in more detail, please contact:
Captain Steve Waudby, Chief Pilot, on 07811269466
Closing date for applications: Friday 12th July at 5.00pm

To apply for this position, please fully complete the Application Form (downloadable from our website www.yaa.org.uk or available upon request by calling 01422 237900).

Returned applications should be forwarded with a covering letter including current package and salary expectations, and a copy of your CV.

We would prefer completed applications to be emailed back to us. Instructions of where to send applications are included on the Application Form.

For further information about the Yorkshire Air Ambulance, please visit www.yaa.org.uk .
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Old 25th Jun 2019, 17:17
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The word ’précis’ hasn’t quite made it into the Yorkshire language yet John :-)
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Old 25th Jun 2019, 19:44
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I wrote:

....and it's about a hundred miles to the next pub
Duck Pilot wrote:

There are enough pubs in Kununurra to get on the juice, trust me I once lived there. It’s also not a bad place to live, lots of water, good fishing and plenty of things to see in the region. Only downside side in my opinion is that it can get a little too hot at times during the build up, although it’s manageable and I would go back there and live if I had to.
I could possibly be the only Pom that has ever flown out of Kununurra so I was ragging the place a bit. As you say it is quite civilised.
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Old 26th Jun 2019, 01:51
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It looks like there are more jobs in Australia than in the rest of the world or is it just because John is more diligent than the rest of us?
You can all shortcut my posts by checking online for worldwide jobs with helijobs.net or for the Australian jobs, AFAP Jobs. That's the Australian Federation of Air Pilots for those outside Godzone

Also Seek has a fair smattering of pilot and maintainer jobs, both fixed and rotary
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Old 26th Jun 2019, 02:05
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Darwin Helicopter Pilot – ME IFR, NVG HEMS and SAR Captain

Helicopter Pilot – ME IFR, NVG HEMS and SAR Captain

Helicopter Pilot - ME IFR, NVG HEMS and SAR Captain

Competitive remuneration + salary packaging
Permanent, full-time position
Darwin base



CareFlight is an Australian not-for-profit aeromedical organisation. Our mission is to save lives, speed recovery and serve the community.



We operate from locations in NSW, northern WA and the Top End of the NT. Our specially trained doctors, nurses and paramedics use helicopters, aeroplanes, medi-jets and road ambulances to bring a hospital level of care to over 5,000 patients each year. We also deploy medical professionals to remote oil, gas & mining sites, both onshore and offshore.



The role

Due to continued expansion we currently have an opportunity for an AW139 Captain at our Northern Operations. Based in Darwin the successful candidate’s roster pattern will align to operational requirements in accordance with the Enterprise Bargaining Agreement. The successful candidate will also be required to travel from time to time to support CareFlight Operations at other nominated locations and to attend training events.



Preference will be given to applicants who currently reside, or willing to reside in Darwin and who meet the following essential and desirable criteria.



Essential Technical Skills

The following PIC minimums are set for operations by both day and night, and must be logged in the pilot’s personal flying log book:

2,500 flying hours rotary wing;
2,000 flying hours Pilot-in-Command (PIC) rotary wing;
1,500 flying hours PIC turbine engines;
500 flying hours PIC on twin engine rotary wing;
50 flying hours IFR;
50 flying hours PIC night flying on helicopters;
Instrument Rating; MEH, IAP 2D, IAP 3D (all aids including RNAV (GNSS);
Night Vision Imaging System - G1; and
Low Level H – Winch.



Essential Non-Technical Skills

Demonstrated experience working in small specialist teams.
Demonstrated understanding of and competency with CRM, Risk Management and Safety Management Systems.
Demonstrated ability and willingness to take on non-flying related secondary duties.
Demonstrated competencies with computing systems such as Word, Excel, and iPad Flight Planning applications.



Desirable

Aircraft and operational ratings and endorsements:
An AW139 Type rating and experience will be very highly valued, however candidates with other significant experience (such as NVG / HEMS / SAR / FIR or FER) may apply
BH412, BK117 Type Ratings
Flight Instructor Rating with:
Type Rating Instructor (TRI) endorsement for AW139 or BK117
NVIS training endorsement
Instrument Rating training endorsement
Flight Examiner Rating with:
Type Rating Examiner (TRE) endorsement for AW139 or BK117
NVIS Rating Flight Tests
Instrument Rating Flight Tests

Significant NVG experience is highly valued.
Simulator instructional experience.
Current EMS and SAR experience.
Experience in the Top End of Australia or equivalent tropical/arid/remote area operations.
Current HUET certificate.
Current DG certificate.
CRM or Non-Technical Skills and Human Factors instruction experience.
Formal CRM or Non-Technical Skills and Human Factors qualifications.
Experience as a Senior Base Pilot or similar and willingness to take on the responsibilities will be highly valued.



How to apply

If you would like to be part of our team, you can view the position description and apply using the link below. Please ensure you attach a current resume and covering letter that addresses the role’s essential criteria. Applications for this opportunity will close on Friday, 12 July 2019.



CareFlight values diversity in the workplace.

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are encouraged to apply.


All employees must comply with CareFlight’s Drug and Alcohol Management Plan (DAMP) as required
by CASA and may be subject to random workplace testing.

Criminal Record and Working With Children Checks also apply.


CareFlight: 'The next life we save could be yours'

Attachments:
- 180906 - Position Description - Pilot ME IFR Captain.pdf
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Old 26th Jun 2019, 02:07
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Careflight: Sydney

Helicopter Pilot - ME IFR, NVG HEMS and SAR Captain

Competitive remuneration + salary packaging
Permanent, full-time position
Sydney base



CareFlight is an Australian not-for-profit aeromedical organisation. Our mission is to save lives, speed recovery and serve the community.



We operate from locations in NSW, northern WA and the Top End of the NT. Our specially trained doctors, nurses and paramedics use helicopters, aeroplanes, medi-jets and road ambulances to bring a hospital level of care to over 5,000 patients each year. We also deploy medical professionals to remote oil, gas & mining sites, both onshore and offshore.



The role

Due to continued expansion we currently have an opportunity for a AW139 and BK117 Captain. Based in Sydney the successful candidate’s roster pattern will align to operational requirements in accordance with the Enterprise Bargaining Agreement. The successful candidate will also be required to travel on a regular basis to support CareFlight Operations at other nominated locations and to attend training events.



Preference will be given to applicants who currently reside, or willing to reside in Sydney and who meet the following essential and desirable criteria.



Essential Technical Skills

The following PIC minimums are set for operations by both day and night, and must be logged in the pilot’s personal flying log book:

2,500 flying hours rotary wing;
2,000 flying hours Pilot-in-Command (PIC) rotary wing;
1,500 flying hours PIC turbine engines;
500 flying hours PIC on twin engine rotary wing;
50 flying hours IFR;
50 flying hours PIC night flying on helicopters; and
Instrument Rating; MEH, IAP 2D, IAP 3D (all aids including RNAV (GNSS);
Night Vision Imaging System - G1; and
Low Level H - Winch.



Essential Non-Technical Skills

Demonstrated experience working in small specialist teams.
Demonstrated understanding of and competency with CRM, Risk Management and Safety Management Systems.
Demonstrated ability and willingness to take on non-flying related secondary duties.
Demonstrated competencies with computing systems such as Word, Excel, and iPad Flight Planning applications.



Desirable

Aircraft and operational ratings and endorsements:
An AW139 Type rating and experience will be very highly valued, however candidates with other significant experience (such as NVG / HEMS / SAR / FIR or FER) may apply
BH412, BK117 Type Ratings
Flight Instructor Rating with:
Type Rating Instructor (TRI) endorsement for AW139 or BK117
NVIS training endorsement
Instrument Rating training endorsement
Flight Examiner Rating with:
Type Rating Examiner (TRE) endorsement for AW139 or BK117
NVIS Rating Flight Tests
Instrument Rating Flight Tests
Significant NVG experience is highly valued.
Simulator instructional experience.
Current EMS and SAR experience.
Experience in the Top End of Australia or equivalent tropical/arid/remote area operations.
Current HUET certificate.
Current DG certificate.
CRM or Non-Technical Skills and Human Factors instruction experience.
Formal CRM or Non-Technical Skills and Human Factors qualifications.
Experience as a Senior Base Pilot or similar and willingness to take on the responsibilities will be highly valued.



How to apply

If you would like to be part of our team, you can view the position description and apply using the link below. Please ensure you attach a current resume and covering letter that addresses the role’s essential criteria. Applications for this opportunity will close on Friday, 12 July 2019.



CareFlight values diversity in the workplace.

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are encouraged to apply.



All employees must comply with CareFlight’s Drug and Alcohol Management Plan (DAMP) as required
by CASA and may be subject to random workplace testing.

Criminal Record and Working With Children Checks also apply.



CareFlight: 'The next life we save could be yours'

Attachments:
- 180906 - Position Description - Pilot ME IFR Captain.pdf
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Old 26th Jun 2019, 02:44
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Careflight Fleet Manager: Sydney

Rotary Wing Fleet Manager

Competitive remuneration + salary packaging
Permanent, full time position
Sydney location



CareFlight is an Australian not-for-profit aeromedical organisation. Our mission is to save lives, speed recovery and serve the community.



We operate from locations in NSW, northern WA and the Top End of the NT. Our specially trained doctors, nurses and paramedics use helicopters, aeroplanes, medi-jets and road ambulances to bring a hospital level of care to over 5,000 patients each year. We also deploy medical professionals to remote oil, gas & mining sites, both onshore and offshore.



The role

Reporting to the Head of Flying Operations, we currently have an opportunity for a Rotary Wing (RW) Fleet Manager to join our team based in Sydney. We are looking for someone to act as a mentor and to provide support to our crews whilst setting the required standards pertaining to our RW Fleet.



The role consists of safety, regulatory compliance, day-to-day operations, policy and procedure design and development, leadership of flight crews and departmental documentation. Key responsibilities include:

preparation of regular flight operations reports for the Head of Flying Operations (HOFO) and Director of Engineering;
providing accurate and timely advice to the HOFO for any matter that may affect the safety and efficiency of the organisation;
providing technical advice in the evaluation of equipment, new and emerging technologies and proposed fleet changes;
working with the Head of Training and Checking (HOTAC) and Part 142 Head of Operations (HOO) to ensure that the crew are trained to meet the set standard;
analysing data and providing accurate and reliable advice/ recommendations to the HOFO;
ensuring that the fleet is sufficiently resourced with qualified crew and that regulatory and contractual obligations are met;
working with Human Resources and the Senior Base Pilots to resolve any Work Rule, EBA or performance issues related to the fleet; and
striving to continually improve the safety and efficiency of the operation.



About you

To be successful in this role you will have the following:

Tertiary qualification in Management (highly desirable) with previous experience in an aviation management role.
Demonstrated experience with operational, business and budget planning processes to support organisational objectives.
Detailed understanding and knowledge of safety principles, aircraft operating systems and processes, Australian Aviation legislation, regulations and compliance requirements.
An ability to analyse, interpret and report on changes to aircraft requirements and its impact on Fleet Operation.
Demonstrated experience analysing data in many forms.
An ability to effectively manage multiple demands in a high volume and rapidly changing environment.
Excellent interpersonal skills with the ability to influence internal and external stakeholders at all levels.
Extensive experience in an EMS/ SAR role.
CASA issued ATPL (H).
Current Class 1 Medical.
2500 hours helicopter command.
500 hours multi-engine helicopter command.
AW139 Type Rating.
Instrument Rating multi-engine helicopter.
NVIS Rating.
Current Dangerous Goods Training certificate.
Current HUET course certificate.



The following will be highly regarded:

BK117/ B412 Type Rating.
Flight Instructor Rating with appropriate endorsements for the activities conducted by the organisation.



How to apply

If you would like to be part of our team, you can view the position description and apply using the link below. Please ensure you attach a current resume and covering letter that addresses the role’s essential criteria. Applications for this opportunity will close on Friday, 12 July 2019.



CareFlight values diversity in the workplace.

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders are encouraged to apply.



All employees must comply with CareFlight’s Drug and Alcohol Management Plan (DAMP) as required by CASA and may be subject to random workplace testing.

Criminal Record and Working With Children Checks also apply.



CareFlight: 'The next life we save could be yours'

Attachments:
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Helicopter Line Pilot: Wichita, Kansas

Helicopter Line Pilot

LifeSave Transport • Wichita, Kansas, USA

Position Type: Permanent



Job Description:
Headquartered in Wichita, Kansas, LifeSave Transport is a Medical Transport company with bases in Kansas, Nebraska, Texas, and Hawaii.
LifeSave utilizes both Rotor Wing (Bell 206L and 407) and Fixed Wing (Beechcraft C90/200) aircraft, as well as ground ambulances.
LifeSave has and excellent safety record and a sound commitment to our employees and the communities we serve. Our company promotes a team-oriented, family atmosphere while safely accomplishing our Air Medical Transport mission.

LifeSave has Helicopter Pilot-in-Command positions available in Kansas.

These are line-pilot positions with:
STARTING PAY UP TO $75,000 DEPENDING ON EXPERIENCE
OFF-DUTY HOUSING (SEPARATE FROM THE BASE OF OPERATIONS)
SIGN-ON BONUS
TRAVEL ALLOWANCE
OPPORTUNITY FOR ADVANCEMENT


Job Requirements:Must meet a suited crew weight of less than 230 pounds
Must be able to lift 40 pounds of weight
Must be able to pull, push, and maneuver a sled with a patient weighing in excess of 200 pounds (this is not a lifting maneuver
Minimum Experience Required:1800 hours Total Time1000 hours PIC500 hours turbine100 hours night
Relevant operational experience preferredHelicopter Air Ambulance experience preferred Bell Helicopter experience preferred Licenses and Certifications:Commercial Rotorcraft Helicopter
Helicopter Instrument Rating
Class I or II Medical Certificate
Please apply to: [email protected]

Salary Range: 69000-75000
Relocation:
Travel: Infrequent but possible.
Job Ident #: Rotor 206 / 407- JSfirm.com

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John Eacott is offline  
Old 29th Jun 2019, 04:49
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EASA Fire job

B412 Fire Captains & Copilots – Spain

[The “conditions” section has been amended. /Admin]



Airworks Helicopters SL is looking for Bell 412 Pilots AND Co-Pilots for a permanent position.

Base: Galicia (Spain)

Duration: 3 years with the possibility to extend it. 12 months per year, with rotations 15 ON / 15 OFF.

MUST have:
  • EASA commercial pilot license
  • Bell 412 type rating
  • Spanish AESA certified LCI course
  • Spanish language at least level 4
  • Captains must have experience in firefighting
APPRECIATED:
  • Airbus H125 type rating
  • English language at least level 4
CONDITIONS:
  • Captains: 48.000,00€ gross salary per year
  • Co-Pilots: 21.00,00€ gross salary per year
  • Accommodation provided
If interested send us your CV to [email protected]


Pay seems poor poor for a year round fire gig. Is this what utility type work pays in Europe?
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Old 29th Jun 2019, 08:15
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Pay is pretty standard for a full time job... Keep in mind it's equal time, and that's about 4000 euro a month-in a country with pretty low cost of living..
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Old 29th Jun 2019, 12:06
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I won't crush your dreams hueyracer, but it's gross salary... you've to fork out 30% tax on those numbers.

Originally Posted by hueyracer View Post
Pay is pretty standard for a full time job... Keep in mind it's equal time, and that's about 4000 euro a month-in a country with pretty low cost of living..
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