As a professional helicopter pilot in the air rescue service, you and your crew will fly to the deployment site to pick up the patient after initial medical care and take them to the clinic for further treatment.
Depending on your experience profile and previous training, you will be deployed as a PICUS or commander in flight service.
As part of your job, you will support the ATO (Approved Training Organizations EASA) or take on special operational tasks such as PICUS instructors, flight safety managers, etc.
The development, for example, to station manager or the assumption of further managerial tasks within offer you perspectives for the future. ... Continue Reading
You are in possession of a valid EASA Part FCL license for commercial helicopter pilots (ATPL-H) or commercial helicopter pilots (CPL-H) and theoretical ATPL-H knowledge -ATPL-H credits.
Ideally, you have a type rating for the types EC 135/635 or EC145 (BK117) and MCC training.
Since you will communicate a lot with other people in this position, your knowledge of German at C2 or language proficiency level 4 is an essential part of your job.
For deployment as a commander, you have at least 1000 flight hours and, as the pilot in command, at least 500 hours of experience in the air rescue service or in a comparable mission profile. You need 500 hours of total flight experience on helicopters to work as a co-pilot (PICUS).
Your qualifications will be confirmed by a positive recommendation from the expert committee as part of the suitability selection process at DLR in Hamburg.
Open communication behavior and the ability to deal with conflict are among your strengths and have a positive influence on the teamwork.
Your security awareness is our top priority. They ensure that the patient and the crew are transported safely. ... Continue Reading
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