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HEMS Co-pilot m/f/d - Job - Jobs at Heli Service International GmbH

HEMS Co-pilot m/f/d

Applications are invited for the position of HEMS Co-Pilot with Heli Service U.K. Limited.

The successful candidate will join a close-knit established HEMS team operating out of a brand new, state-of-the-art heliport located next to RAF Waddington, Lincoln which is centrally located to cover the 3,500 mile² area of operations.

The Lincs & Notts Air Ambulance is one of the longest serving Air Ambulance charities in the UK established in 1994. It is clinically regarded as one of the most advanced pre-hospital medical providers in the HEMS industry and operates the newest fleet of any HEMS unit in the United Kingdom in partnership with HeliService.

HeliService is an investor in their people and strives for excellent service delivery to our customers by employing the best people to deliver the best service.  

Your tasks

  • Preparation of aircraft and flight documentation.
  • To follow the Operations Manual and all associated policy and procedures.
  • Daily flight briefings to the duty HEMS team.
  • The safe conduct of CAT flights for the purpose of HEMS day/night & under NVIS.
  • Maintaining strict time parameters and procedures in the interest of patients. 
  • Follow SOPs issued in partnership with our charity partners. 
  • Deliver a consistently high level of service to our customer, patients and public supporters. 
  • Meeting customer's supporters, ex-patients and undertaking public liaison events whilst on duty

Duties & Responsibilities include:

  • Delivering safe and exemplary service to our customers.
  • Displaying a professional and conscientious attitude at all times.
  • Being the face of the company and the customer whilst performing your role.

Your profile

Required Experience

  • UK ATPL(H)/IR or CPL(H)/IR with ATPL theoretical exams
  • Class 1 Medical
  • 200 hours pilot-in-command of which 70 hours are as pilot-in-command of helicopters

Desirable Experience

  • AW169 Type Rating
  • HEMS operations
  • NVIS operations
  • 1000 hours total time on helicopters

The successful candidate must:

  • Have the right to live and work in the UK
  • Be able to pass an Enhanced DBS criminal record check

Our Offer

  • Equal time roster
  • 28 Days annual leave entitlement
  • Competitive salary and pay structure
  • Private Medical Care
  • Life Insurance Cover
  • Company Pension Scheme
  • Loss of License Cover