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Becker Avionics

Helicopter Pilot


Los Angeles, CA 90012
United States

Category
Minimum Certification Required
Commercial Pilot With Instrument
Minimum Flight Hours Required
3001
Industry
All Other Helicopter Jobs
Application Closing Date
4/8/2021
Experience Required
Yes
Pay
From $110,893 To $137,766
Per Year    
Employment Type
Employee
Work Schedule
Full-Time
Travel
Some Travel

Job Description
ANNUAL SALARY
$110,893 to $137,766
DUTIES
A Helicopter Pilot operates Department-owned turbine helicopters to complete various utility, security, and transportation requirements during daylight or nighttime hours; transports external loads; makes roof-top landings and take-offs; will fly in low or high altitude environments that include remote mountain, desert, wire environment, and power line patrol locations, all in a variety of weather conditions. A Helicopter Pilot may be required to work out of town for varying lengths of time.
Job Requirements
REQUIREMENTS/MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS
1. Completion of 3,000 hours of pilot-in-command flying time as a licensed commercial or military helicopter pilot, of which includes the following:
a. 1,500 flight hours as pilot-in-command in a turbine class helicopter (with minimum of one hundred (100) flight hours as a pilot-in-command in a turbine helicopter in the last twelve (12) months); and
b. A minimum of one hundred (100) flight hours as pilot-in-command displaying vertical reference with emphasis in pole settings and Human External Cargo (HEC); and
c. A minimum of five hundred (500) flight hours as pilot-in-command flown in elevations above 5,000 feet Mean Sea Level (MSL);
 
And Either:
d. Three (3) years of flight experience as pilot-in-command in support of the utility industry; or
e. Three (3) years of low-level flight activities (survey, photo, seismic, fire-fighting) in single-engine turbine helicopters in mountainous terrain.
 
And:
2. A current Federal Aviation Administration Commercial or Airline Transport pilot certificate with rotorcraft category and helicopter class rating, and instrument rating; and
3. A current Federal Aviation Administration Class I or Class II medical certificate.