EMPLOYMENT


Name: Pilot (BE20 & C90)

Status: Full-Time

Summary of Job: Pilots must be available to work shifts covering Days, Nights, Weekends, and holidays. Shifts are normally scheduled for 12 hours. 7 days on / 7 off or 14 on / 14 off. Pilots must be reasonably available to assist in charters during their unscheduled time.

Job Requirements: Must pass Pre-employment drug and PRIA back ground check. Be able to lift 50 or more lbs. Communicate effectively with medical teams and charter customers. Work in both single pilot and crew environments. Preferred Flight Times:2000 Total Time. 500 hours MEL. Preference for ATP and Current 135 Experience. Applicants who meet the requirements of CFR 135.243c will be considered. Due to the time sensitive nature of Air-Medical. Operations the pilot must be able to arrive at the aircraft within 15 minutes of accepting a flight. This also requires the pilot to hold a current driver’s license and have reliable transportation. In addition, the pilot will be expected to pass a pre-employment drug test and participate in the random drug testing program. Strictly adhere to the requirements of FAR 91.17 regarding the use of alcohol or drugs and maintain at least a current second class medical.

Skill Requirements: Primary Duties: 1. Successfully completes training required by the Bismarck Air Medical LLC, Training Manual. 2. Successfully completes FAA Airman Competency Check annually and completes Proficiency Check biannually. 3. Communicates the need for maintenance on company aircraft to the Director of Operations/Chief Pilot. Declines the acceptance of scheduled trips when it may lead to a violation of duty time restrictions and informs the DO/CP if the pilot’s duty times approach any limits. 4. Follows company safety protocols and ensures medical flight crew personnel adhere to those policies. 5. Exercises good judgement in accepting and conducting flight requests. 6. Accurately completes all required company paperwork and duties as outlined in Bismarck Air Medical LLC’s, Operating Manual. 7. Keeps supervisor informed of any deviation of regularly scheduled duties or operations. General Duties: 1. Listens, motivates and participates in team efforts. Actively works to generate respect and enthusiasm. Cooperates with others through sharing duties. Is perceived as available and responsive to team members. Sets a positive example for desired work ethic and attitude. 2. Maintain appropriate verbal and non verbal behavior in the work area being aware of the patient, family, staff, and other customers perception of your behavior. Respects the individuality and wishes of others by such actions as extending a warm welcome, introducing self and making eye contact. Demonstrates appropriate telephone etiquette. 3. Adheres to dress code policy. Wears airport ramp badge so identification is visible. 4. Demonstrate the responsibility and accountability by taking the initiative to identify problems, offering appropriate solutions and following through on solutions in a timely manner. Seeks ways to improve performance of self. Participates in or pursues cross training opportunities if available. 5. Responds to customer requests, concerns and complaints in a timely manner; offering explanation of services in a clear, concise and friendly manner. 6. Maintains patient, customer, and employee confidentiality. 7. Demonstrates knowledge and compliance with all safety, security and infection control procedures such as utilizing appropriate personal protective equipment, demonstrating proper body mechanics, etc. Follows established procedures in risk occurrence and reporting variances, injury and incidents. 8. Maintains education, certifications and validations required for position. 9. Responsible for staff meetings through attendance and active participation and/or review of minutes.

Additional Requirements: Working Conditions (Environmental): Working conditions are generally being on an on-call basis indoors and outdoors. Physical Demands: Physical demands require that this individual be able to assist in the lifting, loading, and unloading of patients and medical equipment in and out of the aircraft. Education: Commercial airman’s certificate with Multi-engine and Instrument ratings. Current 2nd class medical certificate. Experience: 2000 hours total time with 500-hour Multi-engine. Preference may be given to applicants with previous Part 135 experience or time in BE20 and C90 model aircraft. Must meet the time requirements of FAR 135.243. Job Knowledge: Through knowledge of the appropriate portions of FARs Part 1, 43, 61, 91, 119, 135, and NTSB Part 830. Special Demands: This individual may be subjected to periods of long hours, day, evening, and night work as well as significant weekend and holiday work. Must pass criminal background check prior to employment. Employment verification of past 10 years required. Proof of clean driving record for three years prior.

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Date Posted: 8/8/2022



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