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BH407 Captain VFR/NVG Lead/Line Pilot Chillicothe, MO

PHI Air Medical
2800 N 44th Street
Chillicothe, MO
United States

Minimum Flight Hours Required
Manages Others
Experience Required
Employment Type
Work Schedule

Job Description

2018 JOB OPENING #568

PHI Air Medical, L.L.C.

Has an opening for

(1) BH407 Captain VFR/NVG Lead/Line Pilot

Chillicothe, MO


  • PHI Air Medical (operating under CAMTS guidelines)
  • BH407 VFR/NVG (Instrument rating required)
  • 24 Hrs. operations (day/night rotation)
  • If successful applicant requires aircraft transition - 1 year minimum service requirement
  • Relocation package is available - If relocation package is utilized - 2 year minimum service requirement
  • On hitch housing is provided



  • Schedule 7/7 Day/Night Rotation, schedule 1 (change may be required based on customer needs)



Qualified on the VE7A certificate

Commercial and Instrument Helicopter Ratings

First Class Medical

CAMTS Requirement // 2,000 Total Hours // 1,500 Hours Helicopter // 1,000 Hours PIC Helicopters // 500 Hours Turbine Helicopters // 100 Hours in Unaided Night Operations or 50 Hours Unaided and 100 Hours Night Vision Goggles (NVG)

215 lbs. Body Weight Limit

Strong Communication, Internal and External Customer Service Skills

Must be able to pass pre-placement physical exam including functional capacity exam (strength and flexibility assessment, lift up to 100 pounds to assist in the loading and unloading of patients and equipment.), drug screening and background screen.


Basic and geographical pay


External search may run concurrently with internal job posting.

Successful applicant will participate in community outreach programs and adhere to PHI Air Medical policies.

Perform line pilot duties IAW GOM.

Support Safety Management System, Destination Zero, and other company safety campaigns.

Work with both internal and external customers to provide safe, efficient, courteous, and reliable service.


Under the supervision of Air Medical Base Supervisor/Business Operations Manager, Area Operations Manager and general direction of the Director of Operations, Chief Pilot, and the Manager of the Scheduling Department, insure a staff of pilots are maintained with the knowledge and skill required to operate the various types of aircraft at that base I.A.W. General Operations Manual (GOM) and FAA regulations.

Coordinates with Air Medical Base Supervisor/Business Operations Manager and Area Manager for business planning, marketing and efficient operation of EMS base.

Supervision of EMS base pilots to include, professional development, assessments, counseling and recommending disciplinary action as required.

Responsible to work with Air Medical Base Supervisor/Business Operations Manager for scheduling base pilots’ occupational health compliance, safety training and assisting the Training Dept in the scheduling of recurrent training.

Per base scheduling duties to include monthly schedule, workover assignments and status, sick call,/vacation/open shift coverage, to include collaboration with other lead pilots, if necessary to cover open shifts.

If off duty and unavailable, the lead pilot will assure that open shifts are covered by a responsible party.

Timely distribution of monthly schedule to appropriate departments including timely updates regarding changes to Area Manager and appropriate offices/supervisors.

Responsible to work with Air Medical Base Supervisor/Business Operations Manager for base pilots’ bonus /expense vouchers approvals for payment.

Audits routine base bills and processes for payment. Per other duties that may be assigned to them by the Air Medical Base Supervisor/Business Operations Manager and Area Operations Manager.

Insure that all paperwork and reports are neat, accurate and submitted in a timely manner.

Insure compliance with FAA Regulations and Company Policies and Procedures by all personnel under their supervision.

Keeps the Area and Maintenance Managers and Scheduling Dept informed of the operational status of his/her aircraft.

Participate in safety meetings and assist the base safety representatives in insuring flight safety, maintain a safe workplace and safety audits.


Safety - Taking responsibility to put the tools and processes in place that will ensure your own safety and the safety of those around you. The key components of Safety are: System (SMS), Risk Management, Safety Assurance, Personal Responsibility, Discipline, Compliance (Integrity), and Capacity for Collective Action.

Quality - Meeting the customers' needs and conditions for success over the long term and to the greatest extent possible. The key components of Quality are: Leadership Position, Technology, Technical Proficiency, Measurement and Accountability, and Innovation.

Efficiency - Ability to maximize the benefits and profits, while minimizing effort and expenditure. The key components of Efficiency are: Process Efficiency, Organizational Efficiency, Resource Allocation & Maximization, Measurement and Accountability, and Organizational Transparency

Customer Service - Anticipates and meets the needs of both internal and external customers. Delivers high-quality products and services; is committed to continuous improvement. The key components of Customer Service are: Communication, Consistency, Accessibility, Reliability, and Maintaining an Honest, Respectful and Professional Relationship.


Drive & Energy – The ability to maintain a fast pace and continue to produce during exhausting circumstances.

Functional & Technical Expertise – Allows the individual to add organizational value through unique expertise and serve as a resource to the organization within his/her area of expertise

High Standards – Sets the stage for continuous improvements, the adoption of best practices and ultimately influences organizational standards.

Initiative – Takes a proactive approach and takes action without being prompted.

Integrity – Acts ethically and honestly and applies those standards of behavior to daily work activities.