Serving Northern British Columbia since 1989, Bailey Helicopters continues to offer its employees diversified and challenging work, while promoting from within and securing opportunities for company growth. Our fleet consists of Bell 206’s, AS 350 (B3’s, B2’s, and BA’s), and a Bell 212. We are seeking motivated and energetic AS350 Pilots that are looking for an excellent schedule, competitive wages, benefits and to be part of our great team. Safety is our number one priority; if you’re an Astar Pilot that feels the same way, Bailey Helicopters would be a good fit for you. Status Permanent and Contract Location Fort St. John, BC Rotation 2 weeks on/2 weeks off Responsibilities Participation in our Safety Management System Program. Fly single engine helicopter to transport passengers and freight in Northern BC. Be familiar with all available flight information, including weather, and applicable NOTAMs where available, and determine fuel and oil requirements. Ensure all required aircraft maintenance work has been completed. Calculate aircraft weight and balance. Complete VFR Flight Itinerary and Flight Risk Assessment, as applicable. Complete the aircraft preflight inspection before each departure. Supervise and carry out the loading and securing of passengers, freight or external loads. Complete all post flight duties, including filing arrival reports and confirmation to the company of whereabouts of the helicopter when operating away from the base, recording flight times and any defects. Maintain documents and equipment while on the base Liaise with clients to ensure their needs are satisfied. May perform other duties, assigned. Qualifications/Requirements Current Canadian CPL (H) or ATPL (H) and Medical. Valid Driver’s License and valid Passport Personal GPS unit and mandatory flight helmet. Personal cell phone Pre-employment drug and alcohol testing is required. Qualifications/Requirements Continued Minimum 2000 hours total time on Helicopters. 1000 hours minimum Pilot-in-Command time on Helicopters. 50 hours on type. Wildlife experience is an asset (surveys, capture, and telemetry). Heli Skiing experience is an asset BC approved Mountain Course is required. Mountain and vertical reference is required. ACP considered an asset. Training experience considered an asset. Class D certification considered an asset. BC Hydro certification considered an asset. Current and valid H2S Alive, Level 1 First Aid is required. Link: Read More..