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Job Type Full Time Position Summary The Base Pilot Supervisor is the first line supervisor for the line pilots assigned to the base. He/She will work in conjunction with the Program Director to ensure the base operates in an efficient, safe and economical manner. Duties and Responsibilities Develops and maintains the pilot duty schedules for the line pilots assigned to the base and will include provisions for a standby pilot and filling unscheduled open pilot shifts. Conducts local area orientations for completion of company training for new hire pilots assigned to the base. Responsible for briefing pilots, conducting work-overs at the base regarding local procedures, local Inadvertent IMC procedures and other pertinent base specific procedures. Coordinates flight planning activities and resources for mission support at the base. Responsible for coordination of aviation activities associated with public relations events with other base supervisors. Reviews, corrects and submits to the flight records department each base pilots monthly Flight/Duty Log. Monitors maintenance requirements and assists in the scheduling of aircraft maintenance. Responsible for monitoring the base fuel system and submitting fuel system reports and needs to AEL Facilities. Responsible for all safety related matters at the base and acts as base safety officer. Assists the RegionalDirector of Flight Operationsand Chief Pilot as needed. Responsible for base compliance with EPA and OSHA regulations. Submits the payroll grid to the Regional Director of Flight Operations. Responsible for ensuring annual safety training is conducted at each assigned Emergency Response Agency and Hospital. Responsible for he cleanliness fo the aircraft including enforcement of the established cleaning policies and procedures. To be consideredfor this position you must meet the following criteria listed below.
Required Experience The pilot must possess at least a commercial rotorcraft-helicopter certificate and instrument helicopter rating. At least 2000 total flight hours. A minimum of 1500 helicopter flight hours. A minimum of 1000 hours must be as PIC in rotorcraft. 100 hours unaided; or, 50 hours unaided as long as the pilot has 100 hours aided. A minimum of 500 hours of turbine time. A minimum of a second class medical certificate. A maximum weight of 220 pounds. Important Information An Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, genetic information, or protected veteran status and will not be discriminated against on the basis of disability.
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