HeloAir, Inc

Pilot-Rotary Wing | Richmond Virginia, USA

Job Requirements

High School diploma or equivalent 1000 hours total Rotorcraft-Helicopter, 500 hours PIC, 500 hours turbine time FAA Commercial Rotorcraft-Helicopter Certificate with Instrument Helicopter Rating Current FAA class 2 medical certificate. Current FAA Proficiency Check (Bi-Annual Flight Review) Comfortable flying in light helicopters at low level Flying in the wire environment experience preferred Lidar flight experience preferred Basic computer skills Must be able to pass a pre-employment Drug and alcohol screening

Job Description

HeloAir, Inc. is a premiere helicopter flying service in the mid-Atlantic region of the United States. We are looking for a motivated pilot to support our utility branch of the company. A pilot assigned to this position will conduct LIDAR patrols and scheduled and non-scheduled routine patrols of gas pipeline and electrical powerlines. This work requires travel of between 12 and 21 days a month (but not consecutive months) flying mainly throughout Virginia, Maryland, West Virginia, Pennsylvania, Ohio, New York, North and South Carolina (but also all the lower 48). Flights are conducted at low level to be able to recognize abnormal operating conditions within the utility right of ways. Applicants must be professional, self motivated, and must work well with co-workers and clients. The preferred candidate will have experience flying LIDAR, low level and in the wire environment. This position requires the employee to be within driving commuting distance to Richmond, Virginia (RIC) as the primary base of operations. This is a salaried position with various benefits (Health insurance, HSA, 401k matching). This position requires an initial and ongoing random drug and alcohol testing. There are opportunities for growth within the company. We have competitive pay and benefits.

Anticipate client and crew needs to continually improve the level of support and service
Work well with crewmembers and provide outstanding customer support to clients
Conduct preflight and post flight inspections
Conduct pre-work safety briefings
Represent the Company in a professional manner
Uphold current company policies and procedures
Completes and submits all required Company paperwork
Operate Company aircraft in a safe manner and maintains safety as the primary concern
Maintain required pilot and medical certificates
Complies with Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) regulations

Post a job or resume with JSfirm.com

Post a Job Post a Resume