AS350 Check Airman
- 10888 S 300 W, South Jordan, UT, us
Air Medical Resource Group (AMRG) is a leading provider of air medical services, management, and experience in the air medical industry. AMRG has developed a proven business model that allows our programs to experience success in caring for and transporting patients in rural area hospitals to large tertiary care facilities in metropolitan areas. We utilize the most advanced equipment, quality aircraft, and most importantly, trained and experienced staff to accomplish our mission of saving lives and caring for the communities we serve.
The AS350 Check Airman performs as a Flight Instructor and Ground Instructor and fills open line slots as necessary. Evaluates operational compliance including all aspects of safety, flight operations, maintenance operations, and other procedures and policies, assists with management functions in the daily operations for AMRG training.
Essential Functions and Responsibilities:
• Reports to the Chief Pilot for ground and flight standards and compliance issues.
• Evaluates operational compliance including all aspects of safety, flight operations, maintenance operations, and other procedures and policies as described in the General Operations Manual.
• Has authority to suspend base operations for out of compliance or safety issues. Reports these issues to the Chief Pilot.
• Ensures that standardized training and checking procedures IAW the AMRG training program are adhered to. Will develop and conduct (as appropriate); Basic indoctrination training, Initial and recurrent ground training, Initial and recurrent flight training, Instrument training (ground and flight), and Night vision goggle (NVG) training (ground and flight)
• Assists the Chief Pilot in all pilot recordkeeping requirements in accordance with applicable FARs and policies. Submits required reports in a timely manner.
• Operates advanced aviation training devices (AATDs). Operates full-motion simulators.
• Assists in the development and implementation of flight and ground training schedules, aircraft checklists, training materials and the Pilot Training Program.
• Is knowledgeable of FARs and AMRG General Operations Manual and other required manuals.
• Assists the Chief Pilot, and Director of Safety in investigating aviation mishaps and performing root cause analyses.
• Ensures a pilot’s eligibility for the position prior to beginning any training and prior to each evaluation by reviewing all pertinent data on the pilot certificate.
• Other Duties as assigned.
• Travel required
Must live in or be willing to relocate to either the Salt Lake City metro area.
· Current FAA commercial Rotorcraft Certificate (ATP preferred)
· Instrument Rating Rotorcraft
· Current FAA Class II medical certificate
· 3,000 hours helicopter flight hours
· 1,500 PIC in helicopters
· 1,500 turbine flight hours
· 100 hours NVG
· 500 hours of flight instruction given
· 2 years HAA experience
· 500 hours AS350 or EC130 experience
· Bachelor Degree in an Aviation related field
· Very familiar with Garmin products to include GNS 430, GTN 650 and G500.
All your information will be kept confidential according to EEO guidelines.