Responsibilities and Duties include but are not limited to the following:
- Maintain detailed flight service orders that are required daily for billing and maintenance purposes.
- Plan flights, following government and company regulations.
- Preflight, operate and shutdown helicopter in accordance with the Manufacturer’s RFM and RLC Operations Manual.
- Transport passengers and cargo to multiple destinations offshore.
- Write specified information in flight record.
- Brief passengers on emergency procedures, safety features of the aircraft and ensure passengers are properly equipped with PPE and belted.
- Report any problems with aircraft to maintenance by use of an aircraft logbook.
- Exhibit excellent customer service skills and adaptability to changing customer requests.
- Neat in appearance.
- Amiable personality.
- Good housekeeping skills for shared housing. You will have a private room at onshore bases.
Education and/or Experience:
- 1,000 hours PIC Helicopter and an Instrument Helicopter rating.
- BH 206, BH 407 or other turbine experience preferred.
- Part 135 Experience preferred.
- Experience flying in an environment like the Gulf of Mexico Oil and Gas Industry is preferred.
- 25 hours of Night cross country flight time in any type aircraft.
Certificates, Licenses, Registrations:
- Commercial Pilot Rotorcraft-Helicopter Certificate from the FAA and a Class II Medical.
- Maintain a valid Driver's License and have a good driving record.
- Must be able to work a 14/14 schedule with periodic unscheduled changes in work location.
- Flight Safety Record evaluation.
- MUST have an amiable personality on and off duty.
Starting pay is $75,000 to $79,000, depending on experience for our VFR Captains plus per diem and travel reimbursement. Base pay, Bonuses and Per diem total over $100,000 for VFR Captains.