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First Officer - CL-415

Government / Defence / Aerospace United States

Bombardier

CL-415

Employment -  Permanent

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Aero-Flite Aerial Firefighting

Aero-Flite Aerial Firefighting
  • Government / Defence / Aerospace

United States | N. America

First Officer - CL-415

  • Non-Rated

Bombardier

CL-415

Employment - Permanent

Minimum requirements

Total time3000 hours
PIC time1000 hours
Type ratingNot required (Training Provided)
Flight time notes
  • 3,000 hours in airplanes
  • 1,000 hours PIC
  • 500 hours PIC seaplane
  • 200 hours PIC multiengine
  • 200 hours PIC multi-crew
  • 75 hours actual or simulated instrument flight
Last flight100 hours in airplanes in preceding 12 months
LicenseCPL, Float Rating, ME
Lic. AuthorityFAA
MedicalClass 2
ICAO English Level4
Covid-19 VaccinationNot specified

Additional requirements

  • FAA Commercial Pilot certificate with multiengine land (MEL) and multiengine sea (MES) ratings (ATP preferred)
  • Official authorization to work in the United States
  • FAA Class II medical certificate
  • Professional Aviation training Specialized aircraft courses, Simulator, and CRM training (preferred)
  • Post Secondary Education 2 or 4 year degree program
  • Human Factors / Safety Management - Formal risk based education (preferred)

Base location

  • United States | N. America
  • GEG - Spokane

Job description

The CL-415 First Officer acts as second in command for wildfire suppression missions operating multiengine amphibious firefighting aircraft.

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Compensation & benefits

Insurance - Medical401(k)
  • Comprehensive full benefits package
  • Medical/Dental/Vision/Disability/Life 401 (k) plan with company match.
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Base Location

  • United States | N. America
  • GEG - Spokane

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