2 Bell Helicopter Job Openings

JOB ID# 254675

Experimental Test Pilot (Patuxent River, MD)

This position is responsible to plan and conduct experimental flight test in helicopters and tilt rotor aircraft.

Other responsibilities include conducting other flight test operations, maintenance of flight currency, travel in support of Bell Helicopter flight operations, flight analysis, flight evaluations, test planning and flight test reports.

Primary Responsibilities:
• Support the planning and execution of engineering and experimental test flights for new aircraft and/or systems.
• Evaluate and report on data gathered during test flights.
• Demonstrate safe and efficient test planning and execution.
• Interface well with the entire project team to ensure successful accomplishment of the test program.
• Make recommendations as to operational effectiveness of systems, aircraft handling qualities and design improvements.

 

Requirements:
• Must be a graduate of an approved flight test school.
• A minimum of an FAA commercial rotorcraft helicopter instrument rating.
• Minimum of 2000 hours total time in rotary wing aircraft with not less than 1500 hours as pilot in command and possess a current FAA Class I or II medical certificate.
• Four years experience in helicopter flight test and systems development.
• 100 hours of experimental flight test time.
• Excellent communications skills with a demonstrated ability to work with flight test and maintenance personnel.
• Be current or able to meet Naval Aviation Water Survival Physiology training requirements.
• Must be willing to travel domestically and internationally in support of test programs.
• Must be able to obtain a secret security clearance.

For consideration please apply to requisition # 254675 via our website at: www.bellhelicopter.com/careers  or follow this link: Experimental Test Pilot 254675

 


 

JOB ID# 252337

Experimental Test Pilot (Fort Worth, TX)

This position is responsible to plan and conduct experimental flight test in helicopters and tilt rotor aircraft.

Other responsibilities include conducting other flight test operations, maintenance of flight currency, travel in support of Bell Helicopter flight operations, flight analysis, flight evaluations, test planning and flight test reports.

Primary Responsibilities:
• Support the planning and execution of engineering and experimental test flights for new aircraft and/or systems.
• Evaluate and report on data gathered during test flights.
• Demonstrate safe and efficient test planning and execution.
• Interface well with the entire project team to ensure successful accomplishment of the test program.
• Make recommendations as to operational effectiveness of systems, aircraft handling qualities and design improvements.

 

Requirements:
• Must be a graduate of an approved flight test school.
• A minimum of an FAA commercial rotorcraft helicopter instrument rating.
• Minimum of 2000 hours total time in rotary wing aircraft with not less than 1500 hours as pilot in command and possess a current FAA Class I or II medical certificate.
• Four years experience in helicopter flight test and systems development.
• 100 hours of experimental flight test time.
• Excellent communications skills with a demonstrated ability to work with flight test and maintenance personnel.
• Be current or able to meet Naval Aviation Water Survival Physiology training requirements.
• Must be willing to travel domestically and internationally in support of test programs.
• Must be able to obtain a secret security clearance.

For consideration please apply to requisition # 252337 via our website at: www.bellhelicopter.com/careers  or follow this link: Experimental Test Pilot 252337

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