Helicopter Pilot Resume Samples

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8774 Delia Mission
Phoenix
AZ
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Phoenix
AZ
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Experience Experience
present
Detroit, MI
Helicopter Pilot, Utility Aviation
Detroit, MI
Osinski, Howell and Dickinson
present
Detroit, MI
Helicopter Pilot, Utility Aviation
present
  • Creates and maintains a safety conscious work environment by leading and influencing others to follow Edison safety protocols and safe work practices
  • Performs other duties and responsibilities as assigned
  • Research flight details for assigned missions review scored risk mitigation assessment, including performance planning, and perform pre-flight inspection of Company aircraft
  • Conducts public relations activities. Prepares and delivers training. Represents the County by attending meetings, community meetings, seminars, conferences and professional association meetings. Participates in private organizations and serves on related committees
  • Performs other job-related duties as assigned
  • Maintains pilot records
  • May administer safety program, including managing data and records, preparing reports, conducting annual audits, and preparing and conducting program meetings
Education Education
Bachelor’s Degree
Bachelor’s Degree
Arizona State University
Bachelor’s Degree
Skills Skills
  • Federal, State, Local and County applicable laws, rules, regulations and guidelines
  • Perform in a stressful environment, while maintaining a professional manner
  • Operate helicopters safely under adverse conditions
  • Principles of helicopter operations, including aerodynamics, aircraft limitations, emergency procedures, external loads, aerial fire suppression, aerial rescue, instrument flight techniques, maintenance practices, FAR Parts 61, 91, 135 and National Transportation and Safety Board (NTSB) Part 830
  • Computer equipment to include word processing, spreadsheets, databases and a variety of software packages
  • Business letter writing, grammar and punctuation, and report preparation
  • Meeting emergencies
  • Explaining complicated technical problems in simple non-technical language
  • Problem-solving and decision-making
  • Both verbal and written communication
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Helicopter Pilot, Utility Aviation Resume Examples & Samples

  • High School Diploma or aviation related work experience and Three (3) years pilot experience with 2,000 hours PIC Rotorcraft-Helicopter, 500 hours turbine time OR Five (5) years pilot experience with 3,000 hours Rotorcraft-Helicopter, 2,500 hours PIC Rotorcraft-Helicopter, 1,000 hours turbine time in lieu of a degree
  • FAA Airline Transport Pilot Rotorcraft-Helicopter Certificate or FAA Commercial Rotorcraft-Helicopter Certificate with Instrument Helicopter Rating
  • Current applicable FAA Medical Certificate. Current FAA Proficiency Check (Bi-Annual Flight Review)
  • Low level military training strongly desired
  • Possess necessary communication skills in order to interact with all levels of Company personnel
  • Successful completion of Required Safety and Emergency Training
  • College or AA Degree
  • 3,000 hours PIC Rotorcraft-Helicopter
  • Power line patrol experience
  • Flying in the Wire Environment training
  • Bell 407 experience
  • Low Level military training
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Helicopter Pilot Resume Examples & Samples

  • Research flight details for assigned missions review scored risk mitigation assessment, including performance planning, and perform pre-flight inspection of Company aircraft
  • Conduct assigned routine missions in Company aircraft, including line patrols, passenger transport, photo flights, positioning flights, external loads, and other missions as required, complying with all applicable federal and state aviation regulations and Company policies and procedures
  • Complete all flight-related documentation accurately and timely, including flight sheets, duty records, incident reports, daily helicopter flight report, and any other required records
  • Conduct comprehensive safety briefings for all flight and ground personnel as required, prior to start of mission
  • Plan and conduct missions in accordance with department and Company requirements, policies, and procedures
  • Maintain currency on all mandatory training required to meet flight proficiency, compliance with Company-required training, and participation in safety-related activities
  • Assist management with flight-related projects and other duties as required, including timekeeping and expense reports
  • Demonstrates company values through decisions and actions
  • Creates and maintains a safety conscious work environment by leading and influencing others to follow Edison safety protocols and safe work practices
  • Bachelor Degree in applicable profession, business, or technical discipline or an equivalent combination of education, training, and experience
  • Must have minimum of 3000 total flight hours as a helicopter Pilot in Command
  • Must have minimum of 200 flight hours as a helicopter Pilot in Command in elevations above 5,000 feet
  • Must have utility/construction related flight experience
  • Must have a FAA Rotorcraft Commercial License
  • Must have current Class II FAA Medical certificate
  • Must have experience as a Pilot in Command in one or more of the following helicopters: AS350, EC 135, and/or Bell 205
  • Must have a valid Driver’s License
  • Must have 300 flight hours of helicopter external load experience
  • Including significant operational and financial impact
  • Demonstrated experience providing support to customer base
  • Demonstrated experience researching flight details for assigned missions (including weather conditions from point of departure, along the route, and point of arrival, and any restricted flight areas), review scored risk mitigation assessment, including performance planning, and perform pre-flight inspection of aircraft
  • Demonstrated experience conducting assigned routine missions in aircraft, including line patrols, passenger transport, photo flights, positioning flights, external loads, and other missions while complying with all applicable federal and state aviation regulations
  • Demonstrated experience in all flight-related disciplines as well as the ground support discipline in conjunction with certain flight assignments
  • Demonstrated ability to follow Edison safety protocols and safe work practices
  • Must demonstrate the ability to integrate work across relevant areas, develop the business and services to enhance customer satisfaction and productivity, manage risks appropriately, manage information, and provide exceptional service to internal and external customers. Must demonstrate effective resource and project planning, decision making, results delivery, team building, and the ability to stay current with relevant technology and innovation
  • Must demonstrate strong ethics, influence and negotiation, leadership, interpersonal skills, communication, and the ability to effectively manage stress and engage in continuous learning
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Helicopter Pilot Resume Examples & Samples

  • 4,000 hours Total Rotor Wing Time
  • 2,000 hours in Sikorsky Helicopters
  • 1,000 hours active helicopter time in the past five years
  • Proven experience in domestic U.S. helicopter flight operations. Experience in the NYC Metro Area desirable
  • Current First Class FAA Medical Certificate
  • FAA Airline Transport Pilot’s Certificate
  • Current United States Passport
  • No history of FAA or other aviation regulatory agency enforcement actions
  • No history of aviation-related accidents or incidents
  • Must pass pre-employment drug screening and FBI criminal background check
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Helicopter Pilot Resume Examples & Samples

  • Maintains pilot proficiency as required by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA). Serves as pilot in command. Performs the job function of a line pilot flying emergency and non-emergency flights
  • Maintains pilot records
  • Conducts public relations activities. Prepares and delivers training. Represents the County by attending meetings, community meetings, seminars, conferences and professional association meetings. Participates in private organizations and serves on related committees
  • May administer safety program, including managing data and records, preparing reports, conducting annual audits, and preparing and conducting program meetings
  • Maintains pilot proficiency in conducting day and night public safety missions to include Night Vision Goggle (NVG) and helicopter rescue hoist operations
  • Principles of helicopter operations, including aerodynamics, aircraft limitations, emergency procedures, external loads, aerial fire suppression, aerial rescue, instrument flight techniques, maintenance practices, FAR Parts 61, 91, 135 and National Transportation and Safety Board (NTSB) Part 830
  • Appropriate response to emergency situations
  • Policies, practices, procedures and terminology
  • Federal, State, Local and County applicable laws, rules, regulations and guidelines
  • Explaining complicated technical problems in simple non-technical language
  • Operate helicopters safely under adverse conditions
  • Maintain accurate logs
  • Read and comprehend technical publications
  • Communicate effectively
  • Work calmly, effectively and decisively in emergency situations
  • Reason and make judgments and decisions
  • Manage time well and perform multiple tasks, and organize diverse activities
  • Perform in a stressful environment, while maintaining a professional manner
  • Work as a team member within a diverse organization
  • Establish and maintain effective working relationships with County employees and officials, representatives of outside agencies, news media, emergency services professionals and the general public