Candidates must possess a commercial helicopter certificate, a second class medical, and meet FAR part 135 PIC requirements (very close could be acceptable so long as you meet the night requirements). Candidates must be able to tolerate long days at remote job site locations, in cold/hot conditions.
No turbine or long line experience is required. We will provide initial training as well as on the job training with an experienced seismic pilot, until the candidate is proficient enough to work alone. Pay during the training period $150 per day, with no flight pay.
This is an excellent opportunity to build the skills and experience necessary to break into the world of utility and fire fighting aviation. A full time position would very likely be offered to a successful candidate.