Job Location(s) US-FL-Davie
Seminole Property
Seminole Hard Rock Support Services
Position Type
Full Time
Requisition ID


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The incumbent in this position is responsible for operating the company helicopters. Operations include; corporate transport and other assigned flying, this position is an exempt position and reports to the Chief Helicopter Pilot or designee.


What We Offer:

  • Paid Weekly
  • Competitive Health Plans
  • Training and Development
  • Tuition Reimbursement
  • Team Member Discounts
  • Much More!


  • Operates the Company helicopters. These operations will include, but are not limited to: personnel and guest transport.
  • Performs preflight routine, including consulting weather forecasts, Notices to Airmen, and Flight Control, which provides the information necessary to create a flight plan.
  • Plans flight, following FAA regulations.
  • Inspects the helicopter airframe, power plant, rotor systems, flight controls, systems and instruments prior to beginning a flight.
  • Documents specified information in flight record, such as time in flight, destination, maintenance discrepancies etc.
  • Notifies maintenance and dispatch in a timely manner of any discrepancies and works directly with maintenance technicians to identify and rectify these discrepancies.
  • Ensures maintenance and cleanliness of aircraft.
  • Must adhere to all Support Services policies and procedures.
  • Performs additional related duties as assigned.


Airline Transport Pilot, Helicopter Rating certification is preferred. 3,500 hours Total Time in helicopters; 3,000 hours PIC helicopters; Previous experience operating under Part 135; 1,000 hours of Augusta 109/Airbus A350 experience, 500 hours of multi engine helicopter experience and Night Vision Goggle experience, Instrument/ATP.


Additional Qualifications:

  • Knowledge of applicable Federal Aviation Regulations.
  • Knowledge of applicable regulations contained in CFR 49 Hazardous Materials.
  • Knowledge of helicopter operations and related subjects including; navigation, weather, communications, and instrumentation.
  • Knowledge of flight theory and flight planning.
  • Ability to work unsupervised.
  • Ability to operate helicopters in adverse conditions, day or night, on or off airport.
  • Ability to establish and maintain effective working relations with various departments within the organization.
  • Demonstrated skills in aerial application using helicopters.
  • Demonstrated customer services skills.    

Physical Demands:

Although flying does not involve much physical effort, the mental stress of being responsible for the safety of passengers can be fatiguing. Pilots must be alert and quick to react if something goes wrong, particularly during takeoff and landing.


Work Environment:

  • Pilots face some types of job hazards. All pilots face the risk of hearing loss due to prolonged exposure to engine noise.
  • The work is primarily performed in a helicopter cockpit. While in the field, must be able to tolerate fluctuations in temperature while performing essential functions of the job. Will be exposed to inclement weather conditions such as heat, dust, rain, mud and noise.  


As part of the Seminole Hard Rock Support Services employment process, final candidates will be required to complete a background check. These background checks may include, but are not limited to:

  • Criminal Background Check
  • PRIA and PRD



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