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HAA/HEMS (Helicopter Ambulance)

Trans Aero LTD
Various Locations, NM
United States

Manages Others
Experience Required
Employment Type
Work Schedule

Job Description

Wanted: Pilots for HAA/HEMS (Helicopter ambulance) positions.

Schedule is 14 shifts on duty, and 14 days off, with off duty housing (while on 14 day rotation) is provided
Excellent full-time positions with great pay, benefits and travel stipend.
We currently fly and utilize the AS350B2/B3, and AW119 aircraft.

We are currently accepting resumes for current and future available base locations.


Trans Aero LTD is a family owned and operated company. Competitive compensation package includes, for full-time employees Vacation, Health, Dental, Vision, and investment & retirement 401K plan.

For employment consideration, send resume/CV to employment@transaeroheli.com please include 5 most recent years of employment & flight experience, Flight hour breakdown in aircraft type and model, Total helicopter hours flown, Turbine hours flown, Aided & un-aided flight hours, Mountain flight time (above 5,000’ Pa), and Instrument hours (actual + simulated).

Salary is commensurate with flight hours, experience and ratings.

Must be able to lift without assistance, items weighting up to 50 pounds

Please “NO” phone calls, all communications are to be via email at employment@transaeroheli.com or at website www.transaeroheli.com

As an EOE/AA employer, all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, national origin, protected veteran status or status as an individual with a disability. In compliance with the ADA Amendment Act (ADAAA), if you have a disability and would like to request an accommodation in order to apply for position with Trans Aero LTD., please visit our website at www.transaeroheli.com or contact us at employment@transaeroheli.com

Trans Aero LTD is an equal opportunity employer.

Job Requirements

Pilot consideration qualification requirements are:

Commercial Pilot & Instrument Certificate

ü 2,000 hours flight time

ü 1,000 hours turbine engine experience

ü 50 hours flight time in make of aircraft utilized

ü 300 hours night flight time (un-aided)

ü 50 hours minimum NVG time preferred

ü Instrument rating required

Travel and work-over is occasionally available