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Base Pilot - Bell 407/206

Summit Helicopters

Base Pilot - BH407/206

Summit Heli

Pilot Job Details
Requirements • Must hold current CPL(H)
• Minimum 2,000 hours total time
• Bell 206 and/or Bell 407 type endorsement

• Minimum 200 hours on type (Bell 206 and/or Bell 407)
• Mountain course preferred
• Multiple type endorsements would be an asset

• Heliskiing experience would be an asset
• Vertical Reference (long-line, drill moves, seismic) experience required
• Experience in mountainous terrain and confined landing sites required

• Collaborative, independent and professional attitude
• ATPL(H) considered an asset
Restrictions * Must hold Canadian Professional Pilot Licence / Medical.
* Must be legally entitled to live and work in Canada.
Notes Summit Helicopters is seeking a qualified Helicopter Pilot with a Bell 206 and/or Bell 407 type endorsement, and a minimum 2,000 hours total time. This role will operate out of our Terrace, BC base.

Join our growing team at Summit Helicopters, with a competitive salary and full benefits package. Apply today!


• Operate aircraft safely and efficiently, adhering to all Summit Helicopters policies and procedures
How to Apply Online Application Form
Contact Ms. Angel McNeil, Recruiter

Summit Helicopters
2975 Airport Road
Kamloops, BC
V2B 7W8
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