DescriptionRotor Wing Pilot~Bemidji, MN
The Rotary Wing Pilot is a licensed helicopter pilot who is assigned to Intensive Air and has received orientation to the flight team. The pilot is responsible for helicopter flight missions requested by Sanford Health Hospital. Fixed wing pilots must comply with applicable FAA regulations.
Must be a skillful pilot. The pilot is directly responsible for all operations pertaining to the safe efficient conduct of the flight from initial dispatch until termination of the flight. Must have a good working knowledge of the company Operations Manual, Federal Aviation Regulations, Operations Specifications, Aircraft Flight Manual, and any other requirements pertinent to specific flights. Must demonstrate interdisciplinary skills when working with team members. Must have effective critical thinking skills to problem solve and immediately respond to changing environments.
May be required to work rotating shifts, weekends, holidays, and on-call. On-call and vacation shifts will shared by all pilots.
Must have completed training to possess at least a Commercial Certificate (FAA) with a Rotorcraft Helicopter and an Instrument rating. An Airline Transport Pilot rating is preferred. Must possess a least a current second class medical certificate, must be current in commercial and instrument flying. The pilot must have successfully completed an approved training program and passed an FAA check ride before flying as Pilot In Command on patient missions.
Minimum of 2,000 helicopter flight hours.
Must possess a current commercial rotorcraft-helicopter certificate with an instrument rating which will be tracked and verified by Intensive Air Program Manager.
Bemidji, Minnesota, United States
The position requires work during
Evenings, Rotating, Holidays, Nights, Days