Air Medical Group Holdings


    Job Locations US-NM-Gallup
    Posted Date 2 months ago(5/1/2018 11:53 AM)
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    Fixed Wing
  • Overview

    We are seeking a pilot for our fleet of Pilatus PC-12's. We are a Critical Care Air Ambulance provider serving communities throughout the United States. If you are interested in flying for a purpose and making a difference in the lives of people when they need you most, this opportunity is for you.


    The Pilot is at all times directly responsible for the operation of the aircraft, and safety of the patient, passengers and crew.


    The position requires 2 weeks on, 2 week off duty. Pilots will be trained in the Pilatus PC-12. Housing provided while on duty.


    We offer a highly competitive compensation package including relocation assistance, paid vacation, holiday pay, 401(k) plan, and medical/dental insurance.


    We are dedicated to offering our employees a safe, challenging, professional and team-oriented working environment.


    The Pilot in Command is responsible for the safe and efficient operation of the aircraft.


    • Reports for duty being adequately rested and fit for duty.
    • Unless assigned to be stationed at the aircraft hangar, the Pilot in Command shall report to the aircraft within 20 minutes of being activated for flight.
    • For each flight, obtains briefing information from the Communications Center regarding purpose of the flight, destination, special instructions and release.
    • Responsible for certain aspects of Operational Control including:
    • Obtain access to the necessary information for the safe conduct of the flight (such as weather, NOTAMS, and airport analysis).
    • File a flight plan with an appropriate FAA facility or company flight plan.
    • Ensures the altitude and route to be flown is free of both terrain and other potential hazards.
    • Ensures aircraft is properly inspected before flight as described by applicable AFM. A proper inspection shall include verifying all aircraft discrepancies are closed or on MEL and maintenance deferrals are not exceeding or will not exceed due dates during flight.
    • Direct and assist in the active loading of passengers and cargo and ensures proper loading, securing, and distribution, of cargo and passengers and determines that weight and center of gravity is within prescribed limitations per applicable.
    • Ensures that proper emergency equipment is on board the aircraft.
    • Responsible for refueling and parking of assigned aircraft after each flight.
    • Maintains a valid pilot’s certificate and a 1st or 2nd class medical.  Some bases require 1st class medical certification due to hospital contractual requirements and/or eligible on demand operations.
    • The Pilot in Command must be highly knowledgeable of the Company General Operations Manual, Federal Aviation Regulations, Flight Manuals etc.
    • Ensures all passengers have been given a proper safety briefing.
    • Completes required Company documentation. 


    • 2000 hours total time
    • ATP Written

            Preferred Qualifications:

    • Previous 135 experience
    • 2500 hours total time
    • 1000 hours PIC
    • Pressurized flight time
    • Turbine flight time
    • Extensive high performance time 


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