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Pilot In Command 21 021 50 Dv job at Prince Georges County Government in College Park MD
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Nature and Variety of WorkCome join our team! Located minutes from downtown Washington DC Prince Georges is theperfect family-friendly community to live work and play!We are Prince Georges Proud!Located in the heart of the Baltimore/Washington corridor Prince Georges County borders Washington D.C. and is just 37 miles south of the city of Baltimore. Encompassing almost 500 square miles Prince Georges County has an urban atmosphere that still manages to provide a scenic and peaceful place to live work and play.The Prince Georges County Police Department is the fourth largest law enforcement agency in the State of Maryland. More than 1500 police officers and 300 civilians provide a full range of law enforcement services to nearly 900000 residents and business owners. Prince Georges County Police Department is proud to provide service to a diverse demographic and geographic area.About the position:The Pilot-In-Command is a civilian (non-sworn) position responsible for piloting rotorcraft-helicopters for the purpose of assisting law enforcement in the control and suppression of crime transporting public safety employees and equipment for aerial surveillance search and rescue and other related law enforcement and public safety operations. This position applies significant knowledge of and experience with principles and practices of aviation safety and flight operation management.Work is performed outdoors in a helicopter where such conditions as seasonal weather extremes poor flying conditions and night flying are encountered. Work requires physical exertion in controlling and flying helicopters and loading and unloading of equipment and cargo. Incumbents must be able to climb and crawl to conduct flight inspections reach grasp hear/listen see/observe up close and far away to perform the essential duties of this job. Some work is performed in an office setting with frequent interruptions. Incumbents may sit for extended periods of time answering the telephone and operating computer equipment.Incumbents in this class may be assigned to a work shift to include evenings nights weekends and/or holidays. Incumbents are subject to on-call duty during emergencies and staff shortages and may be required to work overtime as needed.The incumbent in this position is considered an essential employee and is required to work during emergency situations including inclement weather natural and man-made disasters etc. and conform/perform according to essential public safety employee policy/procedure. Examples of WorkWhat youll do: Conducts all activities required by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) for commercial rating as pilot-in-command of rotorcraft-helicopter. Conducts all activities as a member of the Prince Georges County Police Aviation Section and complies with all Standard Operating Procedures (SOP) which may be more restrictive than FAA Regulations. Conducts appropriate pre-flight flight and post-flight operations which requires the ability to make mature stand-alone go/no-go launch decisions. Decisions are based in part on: weather Temporary Flight Restrictions (TFR) Notices to Airmen (NOTAM) aircraft status and maintenance health and legal requirements. Cancels and/or terminates flight when airworthiness of aircraft is in question. Conducts a search for pertinent weather data then demonstrates the ability to use that information to avoid hazardous flight conditions. Conducts preflight planning and briefings for passengers and crewmembers prior to each mission. Operates the aircraft in a manner that complies with FAA regulations manufacturers recommendations departmental guidelines and accepted aeronautical procedures. Communicates with air traffic controllers in a manner consistent with FAA regulations. Reports all maintenance discrepancies to the contract maintenance technician. Ensures that the aircraft is properly handled and stored while on the ground. Reviews information related to aeronautical sciences safety and regulations. Maintains knowledge of current FAA regulations that pertain to missions and conditions encountered or which may reasonably be expected to be encountered. Continually works toward the professional development of airborne law enforcement skills and knowledge. Attends and successfully completes Aircraft manufacturers annual refresher course as required by Aviation Section guidelines. Maintains certification to perform duties of a Commercial Rotorcraft Pilot with current Class II medical. Maintains the required physical mental and emotional standards as mandated by the FAA to perform the duties of pilot-in-command of an aircraft. Maintains commercial pilot currency as mandated by the FAA to perform the duties of pilot in command of an aircraft. Communicates effectively with members of the unit public service personnel superiors and citizens. Completes written reports and assignments clearly concisely and in a timely manner. Perform public relations duties by speaking at schools neighborhoods and other interested groups. Attend seminars and classroom training to further develop and maintain skills in airborne law enforcement. Performs tasks and duties which may not be specifically listed in the position description but are within the general operational category and responsibility level typically associated with the employees class of work.Minimum QualificationsWhat youll need: High School Diploma or G.E.D; Must be a commercially rated rotorcraft-helicopter pilot. Must have a current FAA Class II medical certificate. Must have no flight accidents flight mishaps flight violations or suspensions of FAA certificates of any category or type. Complete knowledge of flight operations in the Washington DC Special Flight Rules Area (SFRA) and Flight Restricted Zone (FRZ). 14 CFR part 93. Minimum of 10 years of Airborne Law Enforcement or equivalent U.S. Special Operations Command (SOCOM) rotorcraft experience. Minimum flight hours as a pilot-in-command: Minimum of 2500 flight hours as a pilot-in-command in any MD500 series rotorcraft-helicopter series or1500 flight hours as a pilot-in-command in an MD520N rotorcraft-helicopter; PLUS Minimum of 1000 flight hours as a pilot-in-command with a combination of night unaided and/or night aided (NVG) flight time or 500 flight hours as a pilot-in-command night aided (NVG) flight time.PREFERED FLIGHT EXPERIENCE and EDUCATION: Graduation from an institution of higher learning with Associates or Bachelorette degree. 1000 flight hours as pilot-in-command in the Washington DC SFRA/FRZ. 14 CFR part 93. Experience operating a commercial rotorcraft single-engine turbine as a pilot in command. Airborne law enforcement experience as a sworn Public Safety officer. Operation familiarization in the National Capital Region Command Center (NCRCC).Additional InformationCERTIFICATION/LICENSE: Upon selection the candidate must: Possess a valid state-issued drivers license. Possess a valid FAA Commercial Pilot Certificate with Rotorcraft-Helicopter rating with no past record of violations or suspensions. Possess a current FAA Class II Medical Certificate.CONDITIONS OF EMPLOYMENT: Upon selection the candidate must: Successfully pass a background investigation. Must be able to work on-call rotating shifts evenings weekends and holidays as needed. Must be a commercially rated rotorcraft-helicopter pilot. Must maintain an FAA Class II Medical Certificate. Must meet and demonstrate proficiency in all department required training and certification standards. Must complete cockpit dunker and water survival training. Incumbents are considered to be ESSENTIAL employees and are required to work during emergency situations including inclement weather natural and man-made disasters etc. and conform/perform according to essential public safety employee policy/procedure.DURATION OF ELIGIBILITY:Candidates will be selected from a temporary register of eligibles which will become effective approximately four (4) weeks after the closing date. Once a selection has been made the register will expire.ELIGIBILITY TO WORK: Under the Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986 an employer is required to hire only U.S. citizens and lawfully authorized alien workers. Applicants who are selected for employment will be required to show and verify authorization to work in the United States.This employer participates in E-Verify and will provide the federal government with your Form I-9 information to confirm that you are authorized to work in the U.S. only after an offer has been accepted and the Form I-9 is completed. For information on E-Verify or if you believe the County has violated its E-Verify responsibilities please contact the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) at888-###-####or visit their website at dhs.gov/e-verify.CLOSING DATE: ONLY ONLINE APPLICATIONS WILL BE ACCEPTED. Applications must be submitted by 5:00 p.m.Eastern Standard Time (EST) on February 222021.Prince Georges County Government is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer Committed to Diversity in the Workplace.
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