High Performance Helicopters •
you looking for your next, last job? We are currently looking for our next pilot
capable of providing high-quality, safe, and reliable aerial crane and
support services. High Performance Helicopters has been in business since 2005. We have an impeccable safety record with zero accidents or workplace injuries. What sets High Performance Helicopters apart from the competition
is our commitment to safety and customer service. Our core values are
based around our customers and team members. Flexibility, adaptability,
and communication are important strengths that allow H.P.H. to maintain a
positive, safe, and enjoyable work environment.
Our objective is to add a
qualified (P.I.C./S.I.C.) helicopter pilot who possesses
professional safety standards and an attention to detail that matches our high-level standards. We have been successful in lifting more than 100 million pounds of external loads, and we look forward to our next 100 million. We offer a competitive
starting (base) salary plus (hourly) flight and on-site (daily) bonuses. Are you tired of being treated as a number. Are you looking for your last job with a high-quality, career-developing, smaller family-owned company? If so, please call us to discuss your final career move.
- Commercial F.A.A. Rotorcraft Pilot license and a valid U.S. Passport.
minimum of 250 (P.I.C./S.I.C.) helicopter flight hours including fire-fighting experience.
- 1500 total time, 500 hours minimum (long-line) vertical reference flight time preferred.
- A positive attitude toward employees, supervisors, customers, and vendors.
flexibility regarding schedules and task assignments, especially with
customers and projects, is essential to a successful career at H.P.H.
skills, maintaining a clean work area, timely completion of paperwork,
communication skills, and an ability to follow-through on all tasks.
(common-sense) respectful character traits such as honesty and
reliability, with a commitment to safety, sensitivity for customer
privacy, and confidentiality regarding proprietary information.
- The ability to remain proficient in both UH-60 and UH-1H type utility helicopters, but we are willing to train for type 1 with the right candidate.
- Piloting single and multi-engine air crafts offshore in variable conditions.
Helicopter Pilot Qualification card,
firefighting awareness and familiarity, and Flight Safety training (or
equivalent) are all preferred.
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