CareFlight is an Australian charitable organisation with over 30 years’ experience in aeromedicine. With bases in NSW and the NT’s Top End; and providing personnel to oil, gas & mining clients in WA, NT and off-shore, our people are dedicated to affording the highest standard of care to the ill and injured. Our specially trained doctors, nurses and paramedics use helicopters, aeroplanes, medi-jets and road ambulances to bring a hospital level of care to and transport around 5,000 patients each year.
Our diverse workforce is comprised of committed professionals with a drive to help save lives, speed recovery and serve the community.
We currently have an opportunity for a full-time Nextant 400XT / B400 XP First Officer to join our International & Domestic Air Ambulance Jet operation, located in Darwin.
This dedicated service provides a medically configured jet with a Doctor and Flight Nurse to support aeromedical retrievals and inter-hospital transfers across domestic locations within Australia and Internationally into South-East Asia. This role would sit a candidate seeking to move into a challenging aeromedical role in a high performance and modern glass cockpit turbojet operating across remote areas and international locations.
In addition to a family-friendly roster this busy, professional aviation role includes a competitive remuneration and bi-annual simulator re-currency training at Flight Safety International.
Key responsibilities include:
To be successful in this role you will possess the following:
The following will be highly regarded:
How to apply
Click here for the full position description and essential criteria form. Applications should be sent to email@example.com and include a current resume, covering letter addressing the role’s essential criteria and evidence of current medical, flight crew licence and the last page of logbook. Incomplete applications or those that don’t meet the role’s essential criteria cannot be considered. Candidates must also have a work permit enabling employment in Australia. Applications close on Sunday, 8 April 2018.
CareFlight values diversity in the workplace. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples are encouraged to apply.
All employees must comply with CareFlight’s Drug and Alcohol Management Plan (DAMP) as required by CASA and may be subject to random workplace testing. Criminal Record and Working With Children Checks also apply.
CareFlight: ‘The next life we save could be yours’