LOGMET LLC is seeking an experienced UH-60 Aircraft Maintenance Test Pilot at Yuma, Arizona.
The City of Yuma is a beautiful city nestled right in the southwest corner of Arizona, bordering California and Mexico. Home to over 100,000 residents, their population nearly doubles during the winter season. Yuma is located at the extreme southwest corner of Arizona where the state borders California just north of the Mexican border. A true oasis in the desert, Yuma was originally settled as a crossing point at the Colorado River for California settlers. Today, the dry desert climate is the main attraction. Yuma, one of the driest and sunniest places in the country, averages almost 300 days of sunshine each year. Major Cities near Yuma, AZ include:
- 49 miles to Mexicali, Mexico
- 129 miles to Ensenada, Mexico
- 140 miles to Tijuana, Mexico
- 143 miles to Chula Vista, CA
- 147 miles to San Diego, CA
- 152 miles to Glendale, AZ
- 156 miles to Phoenix, AZ
- 167 miles to Chandler, AZ
- 167 miles to Scottsdale, AZ
- 170 miles to Mesa, AZ
LOGMET LLC is a values-based, Service Disabled, Veteran Owned Small Business (SDVOSB) with access, currency, and relevance throughout the Department of Defense and Homeland Security communities. We have an unmatched blend of military, special operations, aviation, homeland security and other specialists who bring responsive, tailored services and products to dynamic organizations.
Maintenance Test Pilot (MP)
Mandatory – Graduate of Army MP course.
5 years in Army aviation service.3 years experience as Army MP.
Rated as MP in UH-60 (Blackhawk).
1000 hours as Pilot in Command (PC) total time.
Possess a current FAA Class II Medical Certificate.
FAA Commercial Rotorcraft rating with instrument endorsement.
Must have active Secret Security Clearance.
Maintenance Test Flights on UH-60 A/L and M model helicopters in direct support of the Army Training Site. Conduct Maintenance Test Flights to accept or check accomplishment of maintenance or modifications. Conduct Maintenance Test Flights to determine aircraft and component functionality according to predetermined specifications while subjected to the flight environment. Conduct Pre-Phase and Post-Phase Maintenance Test Flights. Conduct General Maintenance Test Flights (GMTF) and Limited Maintenance Test Flights (LMTF) to verify aircraft serviceability. Conduct maintenance test flights in accordance with prescribed aircraft manual and IAW Army regulations to meet unit maintenance objectives. Complete all aircrew training program (ATP) requirements IAW DCMA INST 8210-1C, AR 95-1, and the applicable aircrew training manual (ATM).Contract pilot shall participate in No-notice evaluation program.
MANDATORY REQUIREMENTS: IAW with DCMA INST 8210-1C required to be qualified in mission, type, design, and if appropriate, series of aircraft and have no less than 1,000 hours pilot-in-command time with 300 hours in similar type aircraft for which duties will be performed. Contractor pilots who perform Maintenance Test Flights (MTFs) on Army Standard Aircraft, which have undergone maintenance, modification, or overhaul, or on new production aircraft, where a follow-up/acceptance MTF is not performed by the Government, shall be a graduate of the Army Maintenance Test Pilot Course or complete an equivalency evaluation conducted by the Directorate of Evaluation and Standardization (DES), U.S. Army Aviation Warfighting Center, Ft. Rucker, AL.FAA Commercial Pilot or Airline Transport Pilot Certificate.FAA Second Class flight physical required (Army Contractor pilots have the option of maintaining either an annual FAA Second Class Medical Certificate or an Army Class 2 FDME.
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We offer a Paid Vacation, Off All Federal Holidays, competitive salary and full benefits package (Medical, Dental, Vision etc.)
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$5,000 toward your relocation
LOGMET LLC is an Equal Opportunity Employer and considers all applicants without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, veteran status, disability or national origin.