S92 Captain

PHI International
EOI S92 Captain

  • Multiple locations available
  • 21:21 Roster
  • Permanent Full Time Position  

The company

PHI is a global leader in helicopter services. In the Asia Pacific (APAC) region, PHI takes on some of the most challenging assignments in aviation to deliver high quality helicopter support for energy customers and search and rescue authorities.

We are one of the safest helicopter operators anywhere in the world, as every flight we take is guided by our core values of Safe, Efficient, Quality, Service.

About the role

PHI Aviation is seeking an experienced and dedicated Helicopter S92 Captain to join our team. The successful candidate will be responsible for the safe and efficient operation of our helicopter fleet, ensuring all flights are conducted in compliance with company policies and aviation regulations.

This position will be on a 21:21 touring roster flying from any major capital in Australia.

Responsibilities of the role include:

  • The completion of flights as scheduled in a safe and timely manner as appropriate.
  • Decisions on flight cancellations, and delays, or otherwise amending flights (such circumstances to be reported to the Senior Base Pilot or Base & Contract Manager).
  • The observance of all Regulatory and Client rules and regulations, and the relevant OEM RFM.
  • The Captain shall conform to the Company directives and procedures contained within the Company Operations Manual (OMA, OMB, OMC, OMD, OMF and OI’s, OIB’s and LOIs, as appropriate), during the flight planning, pre‐flight inspection and checks, in flight operations and in post flight reporting and activity;
  • Undertaking those tasks and duties of a non‐flying nature including, but not limited to, paperwork, helicopter husbandry and facility housekeeping etc., that may be assigned from time to time by the Senior Base Pilot, Base & Contract Manager or higher management.
  • Ensuring all licences, ratings, medical certificates and applicable proficiency requirements are current in accordance with regulation and Company requirements prior to undertaking any form commercial flight activity.
  • Providing timely advice to the Training Department and Senior Base Pilot or Base & Contract Manager whenever any licence, rating, FLV, visa, medical certificate, or proficiency check is coming due or has been renewed.
  • Ensuring that any training or testing required to maintain any of the requirements in 5 & 6 above has been assigned in a timeframe that allows the Captain to remain fully qualified for their assigned operation.
  • The operation and safety of any aircraft commanded and the safety of all persons on board. The Captain has final authority for the disposition of the aircraft during the time in which they are in command. Delegation of duties to other crew members shall in no way affect ultimate responsibility for the safe conduct of the flight.
  • The completion of flight planning and the establishment and maintenance of communications with the responsible authority as necessary.
  • Where applicable and when appropriately approved by the Training Department, the Captain will provide opportunities for the Co‐Pilots to increase their skill and knowledge in standard operating procedures.
To be considered for this role, you will need:

  • S92 type rated essential
  • LIMSAR/ SAR experience favorable
  • 3000 hours helicopter
  • 1500 hours helicopter command
  • 1200 hours PIC on multi engine helicopters
  • 100 hours on SK92 (desirable)
  • CASA Class 1 Medical Certificate
About you:

  • Sound judgement
  • Initiative
  • Excellent communication skills
  • Excellent relationship management skills
  • The ability to work well in a team
By joining our team, you will work in a rewarding and professional environment, with a diverse team of people sharing ideas and experiences.

We offer an employee benefits package and access to a comprehensive wellbeing platform.

If this position sounds right for you, please register through our PHI Career Centre and follow the steps to complete an application. If you have any questions about this position, please contact: hradmin@phi-int.com.

Applications close Sunday 14 July 2024. PHI reserves the right to commence shortlisting and remove the job advertisement prior to this date.

This job is closed.