Essential Duties & Responsibilities
Retains the final authority for the safe operation of the aircraft.
Ensures the assigned aircraft is airworthy and all proper documents are on board the aircraft.
Makes decisions as necessary to accept, reject, or terminate the flight, or deviation from a planned destination when operating conditions dictate.
Will adhere to proper Crew Resource Management (CRM) techniques and will seek input from all medical crew members prior to rendering a decision.
Will positively represent to customers, employees and patients through action, behavior and communication.
Will actively participate in the Safety Management System.
Ensures the proper amount and grade of fuel is loaded on the aircraft.
Obtains briefing on the purpose of the flight, weather, operating procedures and any special instructions, and plans flight assignments.
Ensures that weather and aircraft performance conditions can be met appropriate to the FAR under which the flight is being conducted.
Ensures a flight plan or other authorized flight locating procedure is followed on each flight.
Ensures the aircraft is within the weight and balance requirements of the applicable Flight Manual.
Reports all known or suspected FAA violations or incidents promptly to the Chief Pilot.
Maintains a current medical certificate as required by and notifies the Chief Pilot if a medical (physical or mental) condition may impair their ability to perform the flight.
Ensures all aircraft equipment checks are preformed properly.
Ensures that all medical crew members and passengers are appropriately briefed for each phase of flight.
Ensures all maintenance discrepancies are reported to appropriate maintenance personnel, and Operational Control Center is alerted to the current status of the aircraft.
Must be thoroughly knowledgeable of the General Operations Manual, Federal Aviation Regulations, Operations Specifications, Flight Manuals, and other instructions and regulatory documents pertinent to assigned duties.
Participates in the pre-flight risk assessment process.
Responsible for Tier Two operational control functions. ... Continue Reading
Current FAA Commercial Certificate, Rotorcraft, Helicopter; Instrument, Helicopter
Current FAA 2nd Class Medical Certificate
2,000 total Flight Hours
1,000 hours PIC Helicopter
500 hours Turbine Helicopter
100 hours Night Unaided or
50 hours Unaided WITH 100 hours NVG
100 hours Instrument (Actual/Hood/Simulator)
Previous air medical experience
Previous EC-135 experience
Previous SPIFR experience
100 hours NVG
Live in or willing to relocate to the NE/IA (greater Omaha) area ... Continue Reading
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