Job duties specific to this assignment include, but are not limited to:
* Operates rotor aircraft in support of criminal searches, search and rescues, surveillance, aerial photography, and daily agency operations.
* Provides support in the planning, coordination, and supervision of the activities of personnel engaged in the various functions of the Flight Unit.
*Instructs, assigns, and supervises the work of subordinate employees through observation and written reports.
* Communicate operational or administrative issues to the Division Lieutenant as they occur.
* Assist with budget preparation and make recommendations to enhance procedural and operational processes
Step 1: This step is provided to the new member upon initial assignment to the unit. $2,600
Step 2: This step is provided to the member with an FAA Commercial Pilot license. The member must be a unit authorized Command Pilot $3,900
Step 3: This step is provided to the member who qualifies for step 1 and 2, and is also an FAA Certificated Flight Instructor. $5,200
* A commercial pilot license, at minimum, in either rotary-wing or fixed-wing aircraft
* 1000 flight hours in helicopters; 500 flight hours in turbine helicopter.
* FAA CFI and CFII Rotorcraft-Helicopter rated preferred
* Prior aviation management experience
* The selected individual will be expected to present proof of current class 2 FAA medical.
* Must present proper documentation showing pilot certificates and flight experience.
* Ability to supervise flight operations in a law enforcement setting.
Please visit our website at www.pcsoweb.com for more information and an application to apply. If you have any questions, please contact Human Resources at 727-582-6208.
Pinellas County Sheriff's Office has no nicotine/tobacco policy 6 months prior to application and throughout employment. EOE/ADA/DFWP/VP