Deputy- Aircraft Pilot

Deputy #8211; Aircraft Pilot $51,728.00 – $80,287.00 Certified Law Enforcement only. Hiring Incentives:* Starting pay based on experience* $2,600 – $5,200 annual flight stipend* Additional 10% pay increase upon completion of field trainingMust have three (3) of more years Certified Law Enforcement experience toreceive the following:* Signing bonus = $3,000* Relocation Stipend to Pinellas County up to $3,000 Preference and additional compensation will be given to candidates with thefollowing qualifications:-1500 hours PIC helicopter-1000 hours PIC turbine helicopter ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS AND RESPONSIBILITIES:* Maintain a current class II medical certificate, per FAR Part 67;* Maintain a current Commercial FAA Rotorcraft/Helicopter Pilot Certificate;* Act as a Tactical Flight Officer to include the operation of associatedcameras and law enforcement mission equipment* Ensure airworthiness of the aircraft before flight;* Flight planning and preparation, including preflight inspections of aircraftand equipment;* As Pilot In Command (PIC), exercise final responsibility and authority forthe safety of aircraft, personnel and equipment during flight operations;* Maintain current awareness of all pertinent agency requirements, FAAregulations and other regulatory data bearing on the performance of theirduties;* Post flight inspection, to include refueling; KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES:* Knowledge of professional commercial General Aviation aircraft operations andbest practices;* Knowledge of law enforcement aviation support principles;* Knowledge of aviation safety and risk management applications to publicsafety air support services;* Ability to work with complex technical electronics such as aircraft mountedthermal cameras and searchlights, various radio systems and aviation tacticalmapping software;* Background and comfort operating with aviator Night Vision Goggles;* Knowledge of basic law enforcement patrol operations, principles and laws; The Pinellas County Sheriff’s Office strives to provide our employees with the best benefits possible. Some of the benefits areAnnual Leave (120 hours), Health Insurance, Wellness Incentives, and EducationAssistance Program.The Pinellas County Sheriff’s Office is an EEO/ADA employer and is committed to being a drug freeworkplace. TO APPLY FOR THIS POSITION, visit our website: www.pcsoweb.com/careers Any questions can be directed to Human Resources at 727-582-6208

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