EMS PILOT - BABCOCK Adelaide

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EMS PILOT - BABCOCK Adelaide

Postby KOALA » Thu May 17 2018, 01:14

Babcock International Group, the engineering services company, has been trusted to deliver bespoke, highly-skilled engineering services for over a century. With revenue of around AU$9 billion in 2016/17, we help customers improve the capability, reliability and availability of their most critical assets within our market sectors of Marine, Land and Aviation, underpinned by a deep understanding of technology integration, unique infrastructure, and specialist training. In Australia and New Zealand, Babcock employs over 725 staff and operates across aviation, marine, defence, mining and construction, cyber security and engineering consultancy.



Babcock Mission Critical Services Australasia is a growing business that provides helicopter Search and Rescue, Emergency Medical Services, Air Ambulance, Passenger Transport, Marine Pilot Transfer, Surveillance and Defence Support operations across Australia.



An opportunity exists for a suitably experienced Multi-Engine Pilot to join our Flying Operations Team at our Adelaide Base. This business critical role will support our service to the Adelaide MAC Rescue Helicopter Fleet that utilises two Bell 412EP Helicopters and a Eurocopter EC-130.



Essential Requirements:

· Air Transport Pilot Licence – Helicopter (ATPL-H)

· Instrument rating – Multi-engine Helicopter (IR MEH)

· >2,000 hours total – Helicopter or 1,500 military hours

· 1,000 hours – Pilot in Command Helicopter

· >400 hours – Multi-engine Helicopter

· >200 hours – Night



Desirable Requirements:

· B412 type rating

· Previous EMS/SAR experience

· Endorsements: Winch, Low Flying, Static Line Lift,

Fast Roping and Rappelling

· FLIR and NVG



Babcock is committed to creating an organisational environment that proactively acquires and manages efficient and effective staff with the skills, capabilities and attitudes necessary to support our business in achieving its corporate goals. A competitive salary package, great team environment and the chance to work for a growing global business are also on offer.



If you would like to be a part of an exciting new future with our company, then please submit an up-to-date CV outlining relevant qualifications, work experience and CASA Licence to the People & Culture Business Partner at Megan. Smith at babcock. com .au.



If this sounds like you, apply now!



No recruitment agencies please.
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Re: EMS PILOT - BABCOCK Adelaide

Postby Capt Slong » Fri May 18 2018, 00:38

Why should someone with "Military Hours" be subject to less total time then the man on the street with equal qualls??
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Re: EMS PILOT - BABCOCK Adelaide

Postby Fill-level » Fri May 18 2018, 01:07

You do realise that military hours are far superior
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Re: EMS PILOT - BABCOCK Adelaide

Postby FerrariFlyer » Fri May 18 2018, 04:23

Capt Slong wrote:Why should someone with "Military Hours" be subject to less total time then the man on the street with equal qualls??


I think the military log hours differently and only log take-off to landing time whereas in civi street is engine start to stop. Perhaps this is an explanation as to why there is a difference.
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Re: EMS PILOT - BABCOCK Adelaide

Postby stick_monkey » Fri May 18 2018, 05:45

FerrariFlyer wrote:
Capt Slong wrote:Why should someone with "Military Hours" be subject to less total time then the man on the street with equal qualls??


I think the military log hours differently and only log take-off to landing time whereas in civi street is engine start to stop. Perhaps this is an explanation as to why there is a difference.


That's correct FF. Ex Mil pilots can add 20% to their Mil time upon exiting due to the way their hours have been logged. Kiwi's log their hours the same way if I'm not mistaken
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Re: EMS PILOT - BABCOCK Adelaide

Postby Hello Pilots » Fri May 18 2018, 06:21

FerrariFlyer wrote:
Capt Slong wrote:Why should someone with "Military Hours" be subject to less total time then the man on the street with equal qualls??


I think the military log hours differently and only log take-off to landing time whereas in civi street is engine start to stop. Perhaps this is an explanation as to why there is a difference.


Doesn't surprise me.......Have you seen how long it takes those guys to even get off the ground...15 minutes in a KIOWA
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Re: EMS PILOT - BABCOCK Adelaide

Postby Friendly Black Dog » Fri May 18 2018, 12:18

How Kiwis log their hours is a whole new thread...Bro
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Re: EMS PILOT - BABCOCK Adelaide

Postby garly1 » Sat May 19 2018, 03:08

It would be a short thread, we log flying time. End of.
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Re: EMS PILOT - BABCOCK Adelaide

Postby lowlevelhell » Sat May 19 2018, 03:48

Hello Pilots wrote:
FerrariFlyer wrote:
Capt Slong wrote:Why should someone with "Military Hours" be subject to less total time then the man on the street with equal qualls??


I think the military log hours differently and only log take-off to landing time whereas in civi street is engine start to stop. Perhaps this is an explanation as to why there is a difference.


Doesn't surprise me.......Have you seen how long it takes those guys to even get off the ground...15 minutes in a KIOWA


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Re: EMS PILOT - BABCOCK Adelaide

Postby Gonsky » Sat May 19 2018, 04:22

It would be a short thread, we log flying time. End of.


Outstanding.

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Re: EMS PILOT - BABCOCK Adelaide

Postby hand in pants » Sun May 20 2018, 00:04

I've always logged engine start, engine stop.
Main reason is as soon as the engine is running, rotors are turning. Doesn't matter if it's just an engine run, you're the "pilot in command", even on the ground you are responsible, some clown walks into the tail rotor you can say "I wasn't logging hours, I'm not responsible". CAA would go after you as pic, insurance company would go after you as pic, courts would go after you as pic and clowns relatives would go after you as pic.

And that would be the same no matter what country you were in, no matter what branch of the military you were in.
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Re: EMS PILOT - BABCOCK Adelaide

Postby heliheli » Sun May 20 2018, 01:12

Anyone know how they log PIC in the USA?
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Re: EMS PILOT - BABCOCK Adelaide

Postby rotors99 » Sun May 20 2018, 02:03

hand in pants wrote:I've always logged engine start, engine stop.
Main reason is as soon as the engine is running, rotors are turning. Doesn't matter if it's just an engine run, you're the "pilot in command", even on the ground you are responsible, some clown walks into the tail rotor you can say "I wasn't logging hours, I'm not responsible". CAA would go after you as pic, insurance company would go after you as pic, courts would go after you as pic and clowns relatives would go after you as pic.

And that would be the same no matter what country you were in, no matter what branch of the military you were in.


& that’s how it’s meant to be done, as per our dregs, oops I mean ‘regs’ :idea:
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Re: EMS PILOT - BABCOCK Adelaide

Postby rotors99 » Sun May 20 2018, 02:06

heliheli wrote:Anyone know how they log PIC in the USA?
Regards


As per the FAA - FARS flight time logging can be skids off to skids on (airtime) or engine time (rotors in motion) Pilots choice! But most log only airtime :shock:
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Re: EMS PILOT - BABCOCK Adelaide

Postby KOALA » Sun May 20 2018, 04:25

I like how quickly people go off topic about a post. Is everyone really that borded. I mean i get the inital question, however i am pretty sure that the as answered.

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Re: EMS PILOT - BABCOCK Adelaide

Postby Pitchpull » Sun May 20 2018, 05:20

KOALA wrote:I like how quickly people go off topic about a post. Is everyone really that borded. I mean i get the inital question, however i am pretty sure that the as answered.

FFS !!!!! )c/ Oc:=


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Re: EMS PILOT - BABCOCK Adelaide

Postby Jabberwocky » Sun May 20 2018, 06:52

Mate, it’s the internet, nothing unique about this place so don’t let it get to you. You just have to chose what you take in and what/whom you ignore.
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Re: EMS PILOT - BABCOCK Adelaide

Postby 31B » Sat Jul 28 2018, 04:47

The client excepts less hours if you have a military background
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Re: EMS PILOT - BABCOCK Adelaide

Postby Evil Twin » Sat Jul 28 2018, 09:47

31B wrote:The client excepts less hours if you have a military background


Do you mean accepts? Excepts has a very different connotation so I'm not, just, being a grammar nazi
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Re: EMS PILOT - BABCOCK Adelaide

Postby Tsv Pilot » Mon Jul 30 2018, 06:00

Nazi should have a capital!!!

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