Maryland State PolicePilot II (2282)
SALARY: $71,400. Once hired there are non-competitive promotions to Pilot III and Pilot IV, Max. $105,864 There are competitive promotions to Instructor Pilot and Chief Pilot positions. PLUS, Annual Cost-of-Living step raises; Exceptional Retirement Package; Outstanding Employee Benefits; multi-mission platform; New AW/139 aircraft and more.
I. NATURE OF WORK
A Maryland State Police Civilian Helicopter Pilot II, Pilot-In-Command, is the Full Performance level of civilian helicopter pilot work in the Aviation Command, Maryland State Police Department (MSP). Employees pilot helicopters as enumerated in the Aviation Command Standard Operating Procedures and as directed by the Director of Flight Operations or the Commanding Officer of the Aviation Command. Flight operations will be conducted in accordance with Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) rules and regulations for search and rescue missions, medical evacuation operations and other law enforcement related missions. Employees in this classification do not supervise.
Employees receive moderate supervision from the Sworn Section Supervisor of Aviation Command and technical training from MSP Pilot Flight Instructors and the MSP Chief Pilot. The Pilot-in-Command assigns, reviews, approves and critiques work of the MSP Pilot I (Second-In-Command) and all other pilots assigned as the Second-in-Command.
Employees in this classification are assigned shift work including holidays and weekends and are subject to 24-hour on-call during emergencies and staff shortages. Employees are required to work outdoors in all types of weather conditions. The work involves hazardous conditions such as maneuvering helicopters in congested or unusual terrain.
The MSP Pilot II is differentiated from the MSP I in that the MSP II acts as Pilot-in-Command of the assigned aircraft. The MSP Pilot II assigns, reviews, approves and critiques work of the MSP Pilot I. The MSP Pilot I acts as Second-in-Command of the assigned aircraft and performs intermediate level pilot duties under close supervision while the MSP Pilot II performs the full range of pilot duties under general supervision. The MSP Pilot I and II classifications are supervised by Aviation Command Sworn Supervisors.
II. EXAMPLES OF WORK (Examples are illustrative only)
III. REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE SKILLS AND ABILITIES
IV. MINIMUM EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS
Education: Graduation from an accredited high school or possession of a high school equivalency certificate.
Experience: Completion of 2000 helicopter flight hours as an FAA Certificated pilot.
V. LICENSES, REGISTRATION AND CERTIFICATES
VI. SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS OF THE CLASSIFICATION
VII. SELECTION / EXAMINATION PROCESS
VIII. HOW TO APPLY
Effective 02-24-14 applications should be made electronically. Follow these instructions.
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