01 May
Pilot - A.L.E.R.T. - Fixed Wing - PRN
Missouri, Kalispell 00000 Kalispell USA

Job Description Summary:This position performs all duties of an ALERT Pilot complying with the Federal Aviation Regulations and the Company General Operations Manual.Qualifications:

Minimum of one (1) of the following required:

A valid FAA Airline Transport Pilot Certificate.

A valid Commercial Pilot Certificate with an Instrument Rating with an Airplane Category Rating.

Current FAA Class I or II Medical Certificate required.

Must meet the flight and operational experience requirements per CFR 135.243(c)(1)(2)(3).

Minimum of 1200 hours Airplane Flight Time (1500 hours preferred). PIC airplane hours less than 1000, or less than 1500 hours total time, may be considered if all other minimum requirements are met.

Minimum of 500 hours of Cross Country time.

Minimum of 100 hours of night flight time.

Minimum of 75 hours of actual or simulated Instrument time.

Minimum of 50 hours of actual Instrument time.

Must satisfactorily meet and maintain Flight Crew requirements:

All current Flight Crewmembers will continuously meet the stated physical requirements to remain in flight status.

Maximum body weight with flight gear (flight suit, jacket, boots, approximately 10#): 250 lbs.

It is the responsibility of each crewmember to know the physical requirements and to notify their immediate supervisor if they do not meet these requirements at any time.

Excellent organizational skills, detail-oriented, a self-starter, possess critical thinking skills and be able to set priorities and function as part of a team as well as independently.

Commitment to working in a team environment and maintaining confidentiality as needed.

Excellent verbal and written communication skills including the ability to communicate effectively with various audiences.

Excellent interpersonal skills with the ability to manage sensitive and confidential situations with tact, professionalism, and diplomacy.

Possess and maintain computer skills to include working knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite and ability to learn other software as needed.

Job Specific Duties:

Responsible for ensuring the airplane is operated in a safe, professional manner on all flights in accordance with the ALERT General Operations Manual and the applicable FAR’s. The following criteria apply:

The duty pilot will respond to dispatch requests within five (5) minutes.

The pilot will maintain a valid FAA Class I or II Medical.

The pilot will document and maintain flight and duty time logs as required.

The pilot will complete the required annual ground training by the due date.

The pilot will perform any additional duties as needed to include education, safety, and public relations briefings.

The duty pilot will continually monitor the weather for the normal operating area and keep his medical crew apprised of changing weather conditions, which may affect the ability to accept a flight.

Utilizes a tug to move the airplane into and out of the hanger.

Actively cultivates a positive interpersonal relationship with the emergency response team and maintains a calm, professional manner under stressful conditions, e.g. difficult patients, harried crew, deteriorating weather.

Exhibits appropriate and professional behavior and attitude in all interactions.

Proactively takes initiative to improve the effectiveness of the operation and works with other team members to attain it.

Assists with loading/unloading patients to and from the airplane.

Provides quick response coverage, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, and as such, is available to work days and nights, any day of the week.

Cleans the interior and exterior of the aircraft and the pilot quarters when not flying. Maintains a clean, safe, and efficient work environment.

The above essential functions are representative of major duties of positions in this job classification. Specific duties and responsibilities may vary based upon departmental needs. Other duties may be assigned similar to the above consistent with knowledge, skills and abilities required for the job. Not all of the duties may be assigned to a position.Maintains regular and consistent attendance as scheduled by department leadership.Shift:Variable (United States of America)Schedule Details:Please know schedules and shifts are subject to change based on patient care and department/organizational needs.Schedule:Logan Health operates 24 hours per day, seven days per week. Schedules are set to accommodate the requirements of the position and the needs of the organization and may be adjusted as needed.Notice of Pre-Employment Screening RequirementsIf you receive a job offer, please note all offers are contingent upon passing a pre-employment screening, which includes:

Criminal background check

Reference checks

Drug Screening

Health and Immunizations Screening

Physical Demand Review/Screening

Equal Opportunity EmployerLogan Health is an Equal Opportunity Employer (EOE/AA/M-F/Vet/Disability). We encourage all qualified individuals to apply for employment. We do not discriminate against any applicant or employee based on protected veteran status, race, color, gender, sexual orientation, religion, national origin, age, disability or any other basis protected by applicable law. If you require accommodation to complete the application, testing or interview process, please notify Human Resources. Our people are everything.The amazing providers, employees, and volunteers at Logan Health gift this organization with their innovation, knowledge, and compassion. Together, we're connecting our community to trusted, quality care and helping to improve lives every day.Do you dream of living and working in a beautiful area surrounded by stunning scenery and endless recreation?Are you ready to evolve your career while working alongside passionate, talented, brilliant people?Join our remarkable team and create positive patient experiences every day!

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