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Line Pilot - Faribault, Minnesota

Company/Organization: North Memorial Health

Position: Pilot-Rotary Wing

Job Type: Permanent

Posted: 2/10/2021 9:24:20 PM


The Pilot is responsible for the safety and efficient conduct of the flight assignment.

What we'll expect from you
  • Determines that crew is licensed, adequately rested and in proper dress.
  • Plans flight assignments, and obtains briefing information regarding purpose of the flight, weather, operating procedures, and special instructions.
  • Prepares or supervises preparation of flight plan considering such factors as altitude, terrain, weather, range, weight, cruise control data, airport facilities and navigational aids.
  • Supervises crew members to insure proper planning and flight preparation.
  • Ensures the aircraft has the proper pre-flight inspection, loading equipment, and crew for the flight assignment.
  • Ensures proper flight kit is aboard.
  • Inspects or supervises inspection of engines, fuselage and control surfaces for mechanical and structural soundness and proper operation of communications and navigational equipment on pre-flight inspections.
  • Supervises loading and distribution of cargo and passengers and determines that weight and balance is within prescribed limitations per appropriate loading schedules. Calculates load center of gravity and weight utilizing a computer or applicable information contained in the aircraft flight manual or aircraft weight and balance data as appropriate, or FAA approved alternate or other FAA approved method.
  • Ensures cargo is properly secured and provisions for passenger comfort and emergency equipment are aboard.
  • Files appropriate flight plan, if required by policy or applicable FARs.
  • Operates aircraft at favorable altitude taking into account turbulence, oxygen requirements and comfort of passengers during flight.
  • Completes all required flight logs, records and maintenance forms.
  • Maintains his/her copy of Operations Manual with current revisions.
  • Must be highly knowledgeable of the Operations Manual, FAA Regulations, Operations Specifications, Flight Manuals, etc. and other instructions pertinent to duties.
  • Accepts other duties as assigned to promote the accomplishment of organizational goals.
  • The team member is accountable to demonstrate proficiency for the skills outlined in the appropriate position skills list.
  • The team member is accountable to maintain skill proficiency, including improvement where deemed necessary, and upgrading any additional or new skills on the appropriate position skills list.


  • High school diploma or equivalent (GED)
  • FAA Commercial Rotorcraft Certification, ATP Preferred.
  • Helicopter Instrument Rating
  • Current FAA Class II Medical Certificate
Experience, Knowledge, Skills, Abilities
  • 1500 hours total with 1200 hours helicopter required.
  • 500 hours cross country flight experience.
  • 100 hours instrument experience (50 hours in actual flight).
  • 500 hours turbine time
  • 100 hours night

Licensure/Certification(s) Mandatory

  • FAA airline transport pilot or commercial pilot licensed with helicopter and instrument rating (helicopter)
  • Must pass an FAA Class II medical exam on semi/biannual basis
  • Must pass drug and alcohol testing at initial hiring and then on a random testing basis
  • Valid Class D Driver's license in the state of residency with an acceptable driving record

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