Helicopter Pilot Posted on Feb 09, 2018 by Delta Helicopters Ltd.
Location St. Albert, AB
Earnings $65,200.00 to $85,400.00 annually
Work Hours 32 to 48 hours per week
Position Permanent Full Time
Vacancies 10 Vacancies
Closing Date Feb 23, 2018
Delta Helicopters Ltd.
Other trades certificate or diploma or equivalent experience
Credentials (certificates, licences, memberships, courses, etc.)
Commercial Pilot Licence - rotors
3 years to less than 5 years
Type of Flying
- Forest firefighting
- Commercial aviation
- Bush pilot operation
- Aerial surveys
Pilot Specific Skills
Fly fixed wing aircrafts or helicopters
Security and Safety
Work Site Environment
- Own vehicle
- Willing to travel
- Willing to travel regularly
- Valid driver's licence
- Travel expenses paid by employer
Work Location Information
- Rural area
- Staff accommodation provided
- Remote location
- Effective interpersonal skills
- Team player
- Excellent oral communication
- Excellent written communication
- Client focus
- Values and ethics
How to Apply
Anyone who can legally work in Canada can apply for this job. If you are not currently authorized to work in Canada, the employer will not consider your job application.
Feb 23, 2018
Important notice: This job posting has been provided by an external employer.The Government of Alberta and the Government of Canada are not responsible for the accuracy, authenticity or reliability of the content.
Interest in driving - operating fixed-wing aircraft and helicopters to provide services such as search-and-rescue operations, aerial surveying and spraying and crop dusting
Interest in analyzing information to test new aircraft to evaluate performance
Interest in speaking with crews to direct their activities during flights as captain or co-pilot and in performing captain's duties as first officer, if required; in training other pilots on new equipment, and in preparing them for examinations to validate and upgrade existing licences
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