||Education, Professional Certification or License:
• High School or GED
• Valid Florida driver's license
• Must possess and maintain Federal Aviation Administration Commercial Helicopter Pilot Certification
• Must possess and maintain Federal Aviation Administration Class II Medical Certification
• Must be willing to commit to five (5) years of Pilot assignment, after the completion of the training phase and approved as Pilot in Command
• Private pilot’s license, fixed or rotary wing preferred
• Federal Aviation Administration Commercial Airplane Pilot Certification
• Federal Aviation Administration Instructor Pilot Certification
• Night Vision Goggle (NVG) experience.
• Tactical Flight Officer (TFO) FLIR experience.
• Turbine helicopter experience.
• Federal Aviation Administration Helicopter Instrument Rating.
• Minimum time requirement consisting of 500 hours rotary wing or a private single engine land fixed wing rating experience.
• Works near potentially dangerous mechanical equipment
• Must be able to tolerate loud noises and vibrations
• Works on an on-call status
• Works various shifts rotating 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, and 365 days a year.
• May require acts of physical endurance
• Works during inclement weather
• Fixed wing and rotary wing
• Basic instrument flight techniques
• Geographical area
• Radio codes, signals, identification
• Aviation equipment
• Building and ground maintenance
• Tools and equipment
• Other agency interaction
• Pre-flight/post-flight checklist
• Required specialty equipment
• Read and write English
• Interpret aviation related materials
• Interpret aviation weather reports
• See at normal range or with accommodation
• Sit for long periods
• Manual dexterity
• Hear at normal level or with accommodation
• Speak English understandably
• Ambulate independently
• Lift/drag/carry 150 lbs.
• Sense of smell
• Recognize colors
• FAA Class II flight physical
• Swim with issued flight gear, 15 minutes unassisted