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206/407/BK Pilots Required

Postby rina_nih » Wed Sep 11 2019, 09:23

PT SGI has an immediate requirement for Rotary Wing Pilots for B206, B407, BK117 for long-line operations in Indonesia as our current client is expanding their operations.

Minimum Qualification should include the following:
• Current CPL or ATPL License including a Class 1 Medical Certificate
• Total Time in Command on Helicopter Type – min. 100 hours on type rating of B407/B412/B212
• Total Flight Time – 2500 hours
• Total Time Command in Helicopters – 1500 hours
• Time in Command in Role: (External load operations 200 hours, 100ft plus longline ops VRLL 100 hours) – 300 hours
• High Altitude experience and Seismic Operations is preferred
• Experience in Hoist Operations
• Applicant is subject to passing SGI's Medical Examination standard
• Must have nil violation or accidents in the last five years.

If you are interested, please fill in this application form: https://goo.gl/forms/z7Xi4Z1OgHi1clch2

About us:
PT Sayap Garuda Indah (SGI) is an Indonesian based and incorporated company with its primary activity being the provision of Rotary and Fixed Wing aviation services to the mining, tourism and corporate VIP sectors of aviation. PT SGI has achieved GOLD BARS Registration from the Flight Safety Foundation.
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Re: 206/407/BK Pilots Required

Postby BBwantok » Sat Oct 12 2019, 02:18

What is the tour roster, and approximate salary conditions?
Thanks.
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Re: 206/407/BK Pilots Required

Postby rex bivouac » Tue Oct 15 2019, 03:57

BBwantok wrote:What is the tour roster, and approximate salary conditions?
Thanks.


Sent you a PM.
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Re: 206/407/BK Pilots Required

Postby Yankee » Tue Oct 15 2019, 12:14

Yes, I too am interested in the roster and approximate wages.
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Re: 206/407/BK Pilots Required

Postby Mag seal » Tue Oct 15 2019, 22:28

I've heard it's 30/28 but I don't know the salary on offer, I'd be guessing $120Aus or thereabouts.
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Re: 206/407/BK Pilots Required

Postby 407 » Tue Oct 15 2019, 22:39

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Re: 206/407/BK Pilots Required

Postby havick » Tue Oct 15 2019, 23:23

Pretty good coin for a single driver on a almost equal time touring roster.
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Re: 206/407/BK Pilots Required

Postby rex bivouac » Wed Oct 16 2019, 00:28

havick wrote:Pretty good coin for a single driver on a almost equal time touring roster.


Should be paid more than a twin driver to spend all day in the dead mans curve I reckon!!
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Re: 206/407/BK Pilots Required

Postby havick » Wed Oct 16 2019, 01:47

rex bivouac wrote:
havick wrote:Pretty good coin for a single driver on a almost equal time touring roster.


Should be paid more than a twin driver to spend all day in the dead mans curve I reckon!!


205’s, Eagle singles, 212’s, 412’s, 61’s, pumas etc all doing the same work bringing more money.
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Re: 206/407/BK Pilots Required

Postby JimBembo » Thu Oct 17 2019, 06:31

How much tax do you need to pay in Indo before you bring it home to be taxed again?.
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Re: 206/407/BK Pilots Required

Postby skypig » Thu Oct 17 2019, 09:29

JimBembo wrote:How much tax do you need to pay in Indo before you bring it home to be taxed again?.


Generally, you end up paying the same tax - any in the foreign country, then “topped up” To ensure you “pay enough” that Matias Coreman and Peter Dutton can charter an RAAF AC to take them to work* as business class doesn’t always suit them.

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https://www.abc.net.au/news/2019-08-28/ ... n/11458146

Your hard earned taxes at work Oc:=
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Re: 206/407/BK Pilots Required

Postby Heliduck » Thu Oct 17 2019, 10:51

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Re: 206/407/BK Pilots Required

Postby Bront » Fri Oct 18 2019, 01:18

JimBembo wrote:How much tax do you need to pay in Indo before you bring it home to be taxed again?.



30%
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Re: 206/407/BK Pilots Required

Postby kingfisher » Sat Oct 19 2019, 22:24

You could expect a salary of around 140k Oz, 25% tax paid in Indo approx,then if you are a god fairing citizen and you feel the Oz Government needs there share of the spoils then you need to make up the rest of the tax to the Oz equivalent on that salary and pay the difference.......Tours are 30/28 travel on your days off.....Now some will jump at that, some will bitch and moan.....Thats the world we live in but for a Utility job in today's world I dont think its not to bad......On your days off you can come back and fight fires or do whatever you desire to make a bit of extra paso's...................My 2 cents worth.
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Re: 206/407/BK Pilots Required

Postby pohm1 » Sun Oct 20 2019, 00:39

and you feel the Oz Government needs there share of the spoils


A word of warning, I was earning US$ (paid into a US$ account,) on an overseas operation for the first half of 2019. In mid June I received an email from the ATO “reminding” me that as I’d earned foreign income, I was obliged to declare it on my tax return. Fortunately the operator paid ~30% of local tax on my behalf so I didn’t have a shortfall to settle up, but I’d be very wary about trying to hide income these days.

https://www.accountantsdaily.com.au/tax-compliance/13405-ato-eyes-undisclosed-foreign-income-as-fresh-offshore-data-rolls-in
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Re: 206/407/BK Pilots Required

Postby Sideshow » Sun Oct 20 2019, 04:14

What if you move and live in Bali and rent your house out in Australia. Will the ATO still claim that your a tax resident of Australia and make you pay the additional percentage on your foreign earned $$$?
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Re: 206/407/BK Pilots Required

Postby pohm1 » Sun Oct 20 2019, 04:27

The definition of Australian resident for tax purposes is here:-

[url] https://www.ato.gov.au/Individuals/Inte ... cile-test/[url]

From advice I received, you can be considered a resident with as little as a bank account here, so with a house rented out and income derived, I’d take a good guess at ‘yes, you’ll be liable.’
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Re: 206/407/BK Pilots Required

Postby rex bivouac » Mon Oct 21 2019, 06:30

Transfer the foreign currency straight into your TAB account... a tradesman cash job favourite.

Don’t spend it all on the dogs though..
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Re: 206/407/BK Pilots Required

Postby Sideshow » Mon Oct 21 2019, 20:44

That's not going to work. The ATO will see any money you earn overseas from pretty much every anywhere that can be attached to your name.

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