• ATP Written Certification
• Current FAA Class II Medical Certificate
• 2500 Hours Total Time
• 1000 Hours PIC
• 100 Hours Night Flying
• 75 Hours Instrument Time
Fixed Wing Pilot:
California/Oregon Border Region
Minimum Required Qualifications:
• 3000 hours total time (airplane)
• 1500 hours PIC (airplane)
• 1000 hours of multi-engine time
• 500 hours turbo prop
• 500 hours IMC
• 500 hours cumulative night experience
• 200 hours of cumulative IFR experience
• ATP rating is required
• EMS and FAR 135 experience preferred
• Formal FAA approved training
While performing the duties of this job, the employee is frequently required to do the following:
• Must be acceptable in accordance with the FAA drug and alcohol testing program
• Requires activities requiring a moderate amount of standing, sitting and walking.
• Able to conduct activities requiring a moderate to rigorous amount of static pushing, pulling, reaching and lifting.
• Capable of lifting 75 lbs. floor to bench height.
• Ability to hear routine aircraft noises.
• Requires close and distant visual capability (Class 2 Aviation Medical).
• The FW Pilot duties are performed in either indoor or outdoor environments.
• The FW Pilot may be exposed to routine office noises, moderate electrical or mechanical hazards and frequent exposure to an aircraft hangar environment
• FW Pilot may be exposed to loud aircraft noise, fumes, gases, odors, dust particles and mechanical/electrical and chemical hazards.
• The FW Pilot must be present at work site to complete the job.
• Nomex full body flight suit, and leather or Nomex boots during all flight operations.
• PPE – latex gloves, goggles and HEPA mask
• Hearing protection (plugs, band or head set)
Work Place Conditions:
Pilots are not required to be at the Airport base, but are required to respond to the airport within 20 minutes of the time called.
The pilot schedule is a 12 hour shift, 7 days on and 7 days off. Some shifts may over run but not longer than 15 hours per shift.
Reporting Relationship: The FW Pilot reports directly to the Lead Pilot, followed by the Chief Pilot, and ultimately to the Director of Aviation.