Life Link III

Pilot-Rotary Wing | Bloomington Minnesota, USA

Job Requirements

Commercial pilot certificate Instrument Rating for category and class of aircraft. (ATP in category meets this requirement.) First or Second-Class FAA Medical Certificate 2000 hours total flight time 1500 hours flight hours in category 1000 hours PIC in category 500 hours of rotorcraft turbine time 200 hours of cross country 100 hours of unaided night. 50 hours of unaided night can be accepted with a minimum of 100 hours of aided night. 50 hours of hood or actual time instrument time in flight in category. (Simulator time does not count.) A pilot that is dual qualified in fixed wing with 100 hours of actual instrument time can reduce this requirement to 25 hours. Able to work cooperatively and collaboratively with all levels of employees, management, and external entities to maximize performance, creativity, problem-solving, and results. What We Offer: We are committed to developing your talents as a key contributor to our Flight Operations team through engaging work and access to annual Professional Development Fund Opportunity to grow 7/7 schedule Starting salary ndash; $42.75/hr. Our range is based on years of air medical experience. Competitive Health Benefits Employer Matching HSA on qualified plans Employer Matching Retirement Plan with no vesting schedule Competitive Paid Time Off to foster a work/life balance. Where We Are Located: This opportunity will work out of our Detroit Lakes, MN base. Physical Demands: Sitting for extended periods of time Standing or walking for extended periods of time Alternating sitting and standing at will Lifting and Carrying objects of various weights Pushing and/or Pulling objects of various weights Reaching Overhead Reaching or below shoulder level Physical Health Requirements met per current FAA Flight Physical Fine Motor Skills Kneeling Bending Climbing Moving in, out, and around small, restricted spaces Extreme Weather Temperatures Active ROM in Arms, Shoulders, Hips, Legs, Neck Driving Flying Weight Maintenance according to Life Link III/FAA guidelines Mental Demands: Professional Communication High Stress/High Acuity Tasks High Stress/High Acuity Patients Organization Prioritization Task Management Maintain Confidentiality Positive Attitude/Respectful Personality Integrity Critical Thinker Compliance/HIPAA: Must perform work in the manner prescribed by documented work process in order to ensure compliance with all rules and regulations, accreditation standards and laws that apply, specifically work processes that involve billing practices, for avoiding activities that constitute fraud and abuse. Employment Status Requirements: Life Link III does not sponsor employment visas of any kind. As a pre-condition of employment, all applicants must be authorized to work in the United States.

Job Description

Who Are We:
Life Link III is a premier, nationally recognized air medical transport company known for its clinical excellence, superior aviation program, and reliable response in providing care to critically ill or injured patients. Our priority is to do everything possible to give every patient their best chance for the best possible outcome–demonstrated by our unwavering commitment to providing the highest level of care to our patients while onboard, safe, state-of-the art aircraft. We continually focus on innovation and work to put cutting-edge technology and education in the hands of our flight medical crew, pilots, mechanics, operational control specialists, and communication specialists so we can provide uncompromising care to the communities we serve. We do this work while living out our core values of safety, customer focus, excellence, integrity, innovation, and collaboration. Position Summary:
Life Link IIIrsquo;s Rotor Wing Pilots emphasize safety, excellence, and integrity in their approach to realizing Life Link IIIrsquo;s mission and values. Our Rotor Wing Pilots are responsible for ensuring aircraft and weather conditions are airworthy to transport medical crew and patients to receiving hospitals within an assigned operational area. Responsible for compliance with the Code of Federal Regulations as applied to aviation. (CFR) Aeronautical Information Manual (AIM), General Operations Manual guidelines (GOM), and thorough knowledge of Life Link III policies and procedures. Position Highlights:

Final authority for the safety of passengers, cargo, and medical personnel, and has second-tier operational control for all flights which they initiate/accept.
Accomplishes preflight inspections.
Conducts all flight operations in compliance with the CFRrsquo;s, the aircraft Flight Manual, the General Operations Manual, Operations Specifications, and Life Link IIIrsquo;s policies/procedures.
Ensures full and proper completion of all flight documentation.
Maintains a positive attitude with fellow employees and customers.
Able to conduct detailed flight planning and weather checks with little notice.
Responsible for pertinent information regarding all flights, including, NOTAMs, TFRs, weather information.
Responsible for maintaining qualifications as required in CFRrsquo;s.
Supervises loading of passengers, baggage, and fuel and determines that weight and balance remain within the limitations contained in the aircraft flight manual for all flight operations (Part 91 and 135).
Performs other duties as assigned.

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