Second-in-Command, is the intermediate level of civilian helicopter pilot work within.
Employees in this classification will act as the Second-in-Command (SIC) pilot of helicopters enumerated in the Standard Operating Procedures, Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Rules and Regulations and as mandated by the Director of Flight Operations or the Commander.
Employees conduct flight operations in accordance with FAA rules and regulations for search and rescue missions, medical evacuation operations, and other law enforcement related missions.
Employees ensure all and FAA Regulations concerning operation of Department aircraft are strictly followed.
Ensures aircraft are in a constant state of readiness and shall notify the State Police Pilot II (Pilot-in-Command) or appropriate supervisor of any discrepancy of a grounding nature.
Employees ensure all records concerning the aircraft are maintained according to established protocol.
Employees work in conjunction with the Pilot-in-Command, flight paramedic and other passengers to form the crew. ... Continue Reading
Education: Graduation from an accredited high school or possession of a high school equivalency certificate.
Experience: Twelve hundred (1200) helicopter flight hours as a FAA certificated pilot.
1. Applicants may be able to substitute verified portions of U.S. Armed Forces military service experience as a commissioned officer in the Piloting field of work for the required experience.
2. Applicants may be able to substitute verified portions of flight hours recorded via the International Civil Aviation Organization for the required experience.
3. Helicopter and fixed-wing flight hours may not be combined to meet the experience requirement. ... Continue Reading
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