B407 Deputy Chief Pilot & Long Line Instructor

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B407 Deputy Chief Pilot & Long Line Instructor

Postby aeroliftjustine » Wed Oct 14 2020, 11:42

Due to project ramp-up, Heli SGI has an immediate requirement for Rotary Wing Pilot Instructor for B407 for long-line operations based in Indonesia.
Minimum Qualifications should include the following:
1. Must be able to enhance, evaluate, or endorse knowledge and skill level of a pilot in pursuit of higher pilot license certification or rating
2. Current CPL or ATPL License including a Class 1 Medical Certificate or equivalent.
3. Total Time in Command on Helicopter Type – min. 100 hours on type rating B407
4. Total Flight Time – 3,000 hours
5. Total Time Command in Helicopters – 1,500 hours
6. Time in Command in Role – 300 hours: (External load operations 200 hours, 100ft plus longline ops VRLL 100 hours)
7. High Altitude experience and Seismic Operations is preferred

If you are interested, please send your resume to justine@helisgi.com

About Us:
PT Sayap Garuda Indah (Heli SGI) is an Indonesian based (Bali) and incorporated aviation company with its primary activity being the provision of Rotary and Fixed Wing services to the mining, tourism and corporate VIP sectors of aviation. Heli SGI has achieved once again GOLD Registration under the BARS Program from the Flight Safety Foundation in 2020.
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Re: B407 Deputy Chief Pilot & Long Line Instructor

Postby Capt Pingpong » Sat Oct 17 2020, 06:46

Better question is why all their pilots are leaving...... COVID-19 is a convenient excuse for the management of SGI. Not hard to find out the truth if you ask one of the many pilots that have resigned over the past 3yrs. All for the same reasons.
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Re: B407 Deputy Chief Pilot & Long Line Instructor

Postby Yankee » Sat Oct 17 2020, 17:01

What are those “same reasons”?
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Re: B407 Deputy Chief Pilot & Long Line Instructor

Postby Bee3 » Sat Oct 17 2020, 17:44

2 months on 2 months off out of Bali. Enjoy...
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Re: B407 Deputy Chief Pilot & Long Line Instructor

Postby Yankee » Sun Oct 18 2020, 16:00

2 months on 2 months off out of Bali?

Sounds fantastic....
that’s unless 2 months “on” means 60 consecutive days working.
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Re: B407 Deputy Chief Pilot & Long Line Instructor

Postby bangequalsbad » Sun Oct 18 2020, 21:14

Yankee wrote: unless 2 months “on” means 60 consecutive days working.


:lol:

If it didn't mean that, then I guess every job advert would say "365 days on", with the inference being that your days off are encapsulated in the days on.

"2 months on, and by on... We mean all daylight (or night as per terms of employment) hours within 60 calender days, plus travel days at either end of the mentioned shift (with tickets being subject to change without notice) and all days required additionally for training and recurrence actions."

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Re: B407 Deputy Chief Pilot & Long Line Instructor

Postby Bee3 » Sun Oct 18 2020, 23:44

Yankee wrote:2 months on 2 months off out of Bali?

Sounds fantastic....
that’s unless 2 months “on” means 60 consecutive days working.


I believe you don’t work Sundays...

60 days in country.
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Re: B407 Deputy Chief Pilot & Long Line Instructor

Postby Moe Lester » Mon Oct 19 2020, 01:12

Just have a search at some of the older post from SGI it’s a train wreck, the two owners daughters run it no nothing about aviation, the ops manager chief pilot definitely don’t have any say.
Avoid it if you have to but if you have nothing else & have to feed a family why not but you won’t be there long. Just be prepared to be given the run around the only pilots that stay are the South Americans or the local drivers.
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Re: B407 Deputy Chief Pilot & Long Line Instructor

Postby Pilot4217 » Mon Oct 19 2020, 03:38

Interesting choice of name "Moe Lester" when talking about someones daughters.....
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Re: B407 Deputy Chief Pilot & Long Line Instructor

Postby Rehande » Wed Oct 21 2020, 11:51

They already hired 8 new pilots and another 3 will be joining soon.

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