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Medevac999 1st Jan 2021 09:55

Helicopter Jobs 2021
 
Expressions of Interest

AW139 Captains with EASA ATPL and genuine SAR Experience
AW139 Co-Pilots with minimum of EASA CPL and genuine SAR Experience
SAR Technical Crew ideally dual qualified as Winch/Hoist Operator and Winchman/rescue Swimmer

Potential 3 year rotational contract in West Africa to start this year.

If you are interested please forward your CV and a cover letter to [email protected] - Pilot CVís will be sieved forwarded to the operator.

There are no further details right now, those who express an interest in the next week will be first to be contacted mid January onwards.

Medevac999 1st Jan 2021 11:20

Any idea who the company is?

TimTooWindy 3rd Jan 2021 09:23

Starspeed- MV Ultramarine H145 Pilots
 
Happy New Year to all
Has anyone been lucky enough to make the shortlist for the H145 job(s) on board the Ultramarine cruise ship? Applications closed on 15-12-20.

Regards. TTW

212man 3rd Jan 2021 10:54


Originally Posted by Medevac999 (Post 10958368)
Any idea who the company is?

PHI/HNZ maybe? Just a guess as they are in Ghana

Medevac999 3rd Jan 2021 15:19


Originally Posted by 212man (Post 10959623)
PHI/HNZ maybe? Just a guess as they are in Ghana

possibility 212 man thanks. I was wondering if it was weststar or maybe heliconia

EESDL 4th Jan 2021 19:07

further west and yellow

Medevac999 4th Jan 2021 21:53


Originally Posted by EESDL (Post 10960567)
further west and yellow

NHV? Now that is interesting

DOUBLE BOGEY 7th Jan 2021 17:17

EC135 Pilot contract in Med. Rumoured to start in mid Feb . On GMAS website or [email protected]

Self loading bear 8th Jan 2021 20:00

GHS is hiring 225 captain and co-Pilot on LinkedIn/heli’s.com
For Africa, NVIS required.

Medevac999 10th Jan 2021 11:14


Originally Posted by Self loading bear (Post 10963511)
GHS is hiring 225 captain and co-Pilot on LinkedIn/heliís.com
For Africa, NVIS required.

I heard they donít bond for ratings but make you pay!

Gordy 12th Jan 2021 18:34

Redding Air Service Inc. is accepting resume's for a seasonal utility pilot position in a Bell 212 helicopter. Operating under parts 133/135/137, we contract to various government agencies for fire suppression. We also conduct charters all over California and possibly beyond.

We are looking for pilots, who would like to join our company for seasonal with possibility of full time employment..

Pay and benefit package commensurate with experience.

The ideal candidate would possess the following minimum experience and qualities:
  • US Citizen or Green Card Holder--no sponsorships available
  • 100 hours PIC Bell 212
  • USFS/DOI cardable
  • Previous fire experience
  • Good mountain flying skills
  • Good long line skills
  • Able to work without direct supervision
  • Team orientated
  • Good computer skills
  • Excellent people and communication skills
I may also have some 206/407 positions available. Pic of my 212 & 205 for impact, mods feel free to delete if needed.

[email protected]

https://cimg6.ibsrv.net/gimg/pprune....6b12aab1ee.jpg

hueyracer 12th Jan 2021 19:07


Originally Posted by Gordy (Post 10966562)
The ideal candidate would possess the following minimum experience and qualities:
  • US Citizen or Green Card Holder--no sponsorships available

What-you already got tired of me asking this same old question every year?!
😂

Same again 12th Jan 2021 19:11

Fire fighting in a Bell 212. The best type of flying I have ever done in the best helicopter I have ever flown. :-)

Gordy 12th Jan 2021 22:14

Second Job:

Redding Air Service Inc. is accepting resume's for an HEC pilot in the Bell 206/407 helicopters. Operating under parts 133/135/137, we contract to various agencies for power line work, including cargo and HEC. We also conduct charters all over California and possibly beyond.
Pay commensurate with experience.
Full benefit package including medical, vision, PTO, 401K.
Must be willing to relocate to Northern California.
The ideal candidate would possess the following minimum experience and qualities:
  • 5000 Total Time Helicopter
  • Excellent long line skills to include HEC
  • Extensive Powerline Experience is required. HEC, Wire/Sock pulling, Clipping, Spacers, Bird Diverters, hanging ladders and Baker Boards, Pole Sets, Marker Balls, Skid work, etc.
  • Good mountain flying skills
  • Able to work without direct supervision
  • Team oriented
  • Good computer skills
  • Excellent people and communication skills
Note this is HEC ....
https://cimg7.ibsrv.net/gimg/pprune....fe9164a04f.jpg


hueyracer 13th Jan 2021 13:08


Originally Posted by Gordy (Post 10966689)
Second Job:
Note this is HEC ....


This is how we do HEC.....
https://cimg3.ibsrv.net/gimg/pprune....71b77b1350.jpg

Gordy 14th Jan 2021 03:52


Originally Posted by hueyracer (Post 10967004)
This is how we do HEC.....

Ahh...but non-military....

Quick note.... My jobs are for US Citizens or Green card holders only and based in the US.

blackdog7 14th Jan 2021 15:56

HEC with a 206? How do you validate that with your risk assessment? Oh yeah - itís the home of the free! Stopped doing that about 20 years ago.

hueyracer 14th Jan 2021 19:30


Originally Posted by Gordy (Post 10967464)
Ahh...but non-military....

Quick note.... My jobs are for US Citizens or Green card holders only and based in the US.

This is not the military...(although it looks like it)...
:)

No worries, Gordy...we have had this conversation a few times before...nothing to do about it...just pulling your leg...



Gordy 14th Jan 2021 20:36


Originally Posted by blackdog7 (Post 10967857)
HEC with a 206? How do you validate that with your risk assessment? Oh yeah - itís the home of the free! Stopped doing that about 20 years ago.

It is done all day long here, the accidents I know of involving powerline HEC had nothing to do with the aircraft type and would not have been prevented by using twins. No-one is asking you to do it.

nomorehelosforme 14th Jan 2021 22:51


Originally Posted by Gordy (Post 10967991)
It is done all day long here, the accidents I know of involving powerline HEC had nothing to do with the aircraft type and would not have been prevented by using twins. No-one is asking you to do it.

Gordy,

That was possibly the opening paragraph in the covering letter attached to his resume applying for one of your positions!


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