Initially perform pilot duties as a Second in Command (Pilot 1, see below) in a King Air 350ER and Bell 412 Helicopter (will be replaced with new AW139s early 2024), with the intent to upgrade to Pilot in Command in both.
Continued employment is contingent on the successful completion of both Type rating courses (KingAir 350 and AW139).
The unit is first and foremost an emergency response team.
The emergency we are prepared for is rare.
However, pilots must be prepared to respond if activated.
As such, has very reasonable but strict standby requirements for the response teams.
Standby requirements and considerations include:
Pilots are required to be on standby as needed, usually 2-3 weeks at a time. Occasionally longer than 3 weeks depending on staffing.
Pilots are paid $40 per day extra to be on standby.
Pilots must be within 2 hours of your assigned base while on standby.
Pilots on standby must have reliable cell phone reception.
Pilot must remain fit to fly while on standby.
If called out, pilots must be able to deploy for potentially several weeks straight.
Standby positions require an additional physical and various inoculations to maintain a deployable status.
Deployments for several weeks at a time are possible for both emergency response and non-emergency response missions.
Pilots will develop written mission planning documents, risk/hazards assessments for missions, perform and provide safety and mission briefings to the technical crew, e.g., mission scientists, and electronic technician/operators.
Perform other related work as assigned by Supervisor. ... Continue Reading
At least 6 years of professional level experience.
At a minimum, must hold an FAA Commercial Pilot Certificate with Instrument ratings in both Airplane Multi-engine Land and Rotorcraft Helicopter.
At a minimum, must hold an FAA Second Class Medical Certificate.
Preferred: Bachelor’s degree in related field or equivalent and at least 2 years of professional level experience. FAA pilot certificate with necessary category and class ratings required.
Must have documented flight experience that meets or exceeds 1500 hours total time with at least 500 hours in airplanes and 500 hours in helicopters.
Thorough knowledge of FAA regulations, Part 91 Operations and Public Aircraft Operations.
Applicant is required to consent for the release of their information maintained in the FAA Pilot Records Database in accordance with 14CFR Part 111.Must possess excellent communications skills.
FAA Airline Transport Pilot Certificate Airplane Multiengine Land and Rotorcraft-Helicopter.
2500 hours total time with 300 hours in King Air series aircraft and 300 hours in twin turbine helicopters in the previous 24 months.
AW-139 Type Rating
BE-300 Type Rating.
Proline Fusion Avionics experience.
FAA Certified Flight Instructor Certificates.
Turbine aircraft experience.
Formal Training at an FAA Part 142 Training Center such as Flight Safety.
The primary work location will be based at the Remote Sensing Laboratories at Andrews Air Force Base, Maryland (RSL-A).
Much of the scheduled work takes place during normal working hours (0630-1700) Monday-Thursday.
However, there are occasions where weekend and off-hours work are required.
During these times, pilots are required to adjust their schedules to accommodate the nonstandard mission requirements.
Must be willing and able to work non-standard hours in various environments, and deploy worldwide on short notice.
Must be willing and able to fulfill a standby emergency response duty position.Pre-placement physical examination, which includes a drug screen, is required.
maintains a substance abuse policy that includes random drug testing.Must possess a valid driver's license. ... Continue Reading
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