2000 hours PIC
3 Years helicopter experience
Weight restriction of 220lbs.
The Base Pilot Supervisor is the first line supervisor for the line pilots assigned to the base. He/She will work in conjunction with the Program Director to ensure the base operates in an efficient, safe and economical manner.
- Develops and maintains the pilot duty schedules for the line pilots assigned to the base and will include provisions for a standby pilot and filling unscheduled open pilot shifts.
- Conducts local area orientations for completion of company training for new hire pilots assigned to the base.
- Responsible for briefing pilots, conducting work-overs at the base regarding local procedures, local Inadvertent IMC procedures and other pertinent base specific procedures.
- Coordinates flight planning activities and resources for mission support at the base.
- Responsible for coordination of aviation activities associated with public relations events with other base supervisors.
- Reviews, corrects and submits to the flight records department each base pilots monthly Flight/Duty Log.
- Monitors maintenance requirements and assists in the scheduling of aircraft maintenance.
- Responsible for monitoring the base fuel system and submitting fuel system reports and needs to AEL Facilities.
- Responsible for all safety related matters at the base and acts as base safety officer.
- Assists the Regional Director of Flight Operations and Chief Pilot as needed.
- Responsible for base compliance with EPA and OSHA regulations.
- Submits the payroll grid to the Regional Director of Flight Operations.
- Responsible for ensuring annual safety training is conducted at each assigned Emergency Response Agency and Hospital.
- Responsible for he cleanliness fo the aircraft including enforcement of the established cleaning policies and procedures.
To be considered for this position you must meet the following criteria listed below.
- Must possess Commercial Rotorcraft Helicopter Certificate with Helicopter Instrument Rating
- Three years Aero-medical experience
- Extensive knowledge of 206 L helicopter systems and procedures
- 2000 hours Helicopter PIC Flight Time
- Must currently meet and weight less than 220 lbs
Air Evac offers:
Work Schedule: 7/7
- 401(k) Match
- Health Insurance
- Dental Insurance
- Employer Paid Short Term Disability*
- Employer Paid Long Term Disability*
- Employer Paid Life Insurance**
- Vision Plan
- EAP Program
- Housing provided while on hitch
- Large operational area with many opportunities for transfer
- Work over optional
- * Covers medical loss of license for pilots
- ** Covers pilots and med crews while in flight