Strike Team Pilot - IFR

at America Medical Response in Mount Vernon, Illinois, United States

Job Description

Our mission of providing care to the world at a moment's notice is at the heart of everything we do. We are caregivers, first and foremost and we will be there when you need us.

Pilot Incentives:
* Salaried position
* 15% geographical modifier to base pay
* $22,750.00 annual stipend
* $2,000.00 annual IFR stipend
* Travel and per diem paid for all shifts
* $10,000.00 sign-on bonus for one year; $20,000.00 sign-on bonus for two years
* 24-hour pilot housing provided
Schedule 14-on/14-off

The Rotor-Wing IFR Strike Team Pilot assists with coverage of open shifts as needed at assigned IFR bases and provides assistance with the start-up and standardization of new IFR bases. They are responsible for all operations involving company aircraft is in compliance with the Federal Aviation Regulations, Part 135, Air Evac EMS Operations Manual and all state or municipal regulations.

* Creates pilot information guide to include location, frequencies, and procedures to be used, when flying into hospitals and other EMS agencies.
* Conducts local area orientation as required.
* Informs the Regional Director of Flight Operations anytime the necessary information for flight planning is not available or up-to date.
* Operates the aircraft in a safe and efficient manner, with emphasis on compliance with the Rotorcraft Flight Manual
* Monitors forecast changes and current weather situations
* Conducts preflight of the aircraft prior to starting shift and/or accepting any transports or flights. Preflight will be conducted utilizing the appropriate rotorcraft flight manual. Discrepancies noted during the pre-flight will be noted in the engineering log with a notification to maintenance of the discrepancy and what corrective action is being taken
* Reports any major malfunctions, aircraft damage, or injured personnel to Operations Center in the most expeditious manner
* Ensures that all operations involving Company aircraft are in compliance with Federal Aviation Regulations, the Air Evac Operations Manual, and any state or municipal regulation; thus ensuring safe, efficient transport
* Performs any housekeeping duties required to make the crew quarters and hanger area neat, clean, and presentable along with nurse, paramedic.
* Wash, wax, and clean aircraft, as needed, along with nurse, paramedic and maintenance personnel.
* Submits all appropriate paperwork in a neat and timely manner
* Performs other duties as assigned

* FAA Commercial Rotorcraft-Helicopter certificate
* FAA Helicopter instrument rating
* High school diploma or equivalent
* Current FAA Class II Medical certificate

* 2000 hours total flight time
* 1500 hours helicopter time
* 1000 hours pilot in command
* 1000 hours turbine
* Minimum of 200 helicopter night flight hours (aided and/or unaided)
* 200 Instrument Hours (Actual / Hood / SIM) 50 Hours Actual in Aircraft
* Previous HEMS experience or equivalent - preferred
* 1 year experience with any GMR Air company - preferred
* H135 Experience preferred
* Twin engine time preferred.

Pilot Incentives
* Salaried position
* 15% Geographical modifier to base pay
* $22,750.00 annual stipend
* $2,000.00 annual IFR stipend
* Travel and per diem paid for all shifts
* $10,000.00 sign-on bonus for one year; $20,000.00 sign-on bonus for two years
* 24-hour pilot housing provided
Schedule 14-on, 14-off

Job Description:

* 230-pound weight limit
* Regularly reach with hands and arms
* Frequently required to sit for long periods of time
* Occasionally required to stand, walk, climb or balance, stoop, kneel, crouch or crawl
* Frequently lift and/or move up to 70 pounds
* Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, peripheral vision, depth perception, and the ability to adjust focus
* Required to work frequently near moving mechanical parts
* Required to work in outside weather conditions
* Frequently exposed to blood-borne pathogens or airborne particles
* Frequently exposed to vibrations/turbulence
* Exposed to loud noise levels requiring headphones while in-flight
* Ability to make quick but sound decisions.
* Ability to follow clear oral and /or written procedures without deviation.
* Adapts to irregular work pace.

EEO Statement

Global Medical Response and its family of companies are an Equal Opportunity Employer, which includes supporting veterans and providing for individuals with a disability. Pilots
Check out our careers site to learn more about our comprehensive benefit options, which include medical, vision, dental, 401k, disability, FSA, HSA, EAP, vacation and paid time off

The application window for this position is anticipated to close on March 31, 2024.

EOE including Veterans and Disabled

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Job Posting: 11767036

Posted On: Mar 20, 2024

Updated On: Apr 19, 2024

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