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Hevilift Group Jobs

Postby HVH » Sun Jan 20 2013, 07:43

Hevilift Group

Rotary Wing Pilots - Papua New Guinea

Bell 212, 412

Experienced Bell medium pilots required
Mountain and long line preferred
PNG licence and previous experience preferred
28/28 touring positions. Competitive salary
CPL (H)
Minimum of 2000 hours PIC with 250 hours on type
S76C++ Captains - Myanmar

ATPL (H)
MECIR
2000 hours CMD / 500 hours ME CMD
100 hours CMD on type
28 / 28 touring positions. Competitive salary
Fixed Wing Pilots

DCH6, B1900, and ATR 42

Captains

3500 hours TT minimum requirement
ATPL licence / 500 hours command multi IFR
Co-Pilots

1500 hours TT minimum requirement
CPL licence or higher / command multi IFR
Preference will be given to applicants with PNG and / or aircraft type experience.

If you feel you are ready to take up a challenging position in this dynamic organisation, please send your resume and covering letter to employment@heviliftgroup.com in either Word or PDF format.

Only shortlisted candidates will be notified.

Applications close 15 February 2013.
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Re: Hevilift Group Jobs

Postby iroam » Fri Jan 25 2013, 20:01

Does anyone know what the pay is like??
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Re: Hevilift Group Jobs

Postby HeviHR » Thu Feb 7 2013, 12:15

For Hevilift Myanmar S76C++: $160k USD/year taxed at 35%
For Hevilift PNG B212/412: $160k AUD/year taxed at 40%
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Re: Hevilift Group Jobs

Postby HeviHR » Fri Feb 22 2013, 01:50

Employment offers have been made to the short-listed applicants for the Myanmar jobs. I think they are looking at a start date of 4th March or thereabouts.
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Re: Hevilift Group Jobs

Postby flash » Fri Feb 22 2013, 04:10

If Hevilift 212 Captains are getting $160 AUD then I better renegotiate my contract.
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Re: Hevilift Group Jobs

Postby HeviHR » Fri Feb 22 2013, 05:11

flash wrote:If Hevilift 212 Captains are getting $160 AUD then I better renegotiate my contract.


Yes, for the IFR guys, taxed in PNG at whatever (35%?)
For Myanmar on S76C++ it boils down to about $110k USD/year clear...
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Re: Hevilift Group Jobs

Postby flash » Fri Feb 22 2013, 07:42

Looks to me that the 212/412 jobs are VFR with mountain and longline experence, so what would that be worth.?????
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Re: Hevilift Group Jobs

Postby HeviHR » Fri Feb 22 2013, 14:29

For 212 longline in PNG Island Hoppers are paying $10k USD/month in the hand for 28/28. HL would be on about the same, so not much different to IFR
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Re: Hevilift Group Jobs

Postby kingfisher » Fri Feb 22 2013, 19:37

160K for 212/412....hell I am getting ripped off.....so much for the matrix....................sort out the Tax and you wont have an issue with guys leaving or recruitment.
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Re: Hevilift Group Jobs

Postby flash » Fri Feb 22 2013, 19:49

AAAh but do Hopper's pay you for the 28 off??????????

Where are they operating the 212 now???
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Re: Hevilift Group Jobs

Postby 2rotorbro » Fri Feb 22 2013, 20:06

Who's AOC are PNG Island Hoppers working on?
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Re: Hevilift Group Jobs

Postby kiwiflyer » Fri Feb 22 2013, 20:47

From what I've heard it would only be a select few that are on 10k a month at HL if they were paying good wages the pilots wouldn't be leaving.
Island hoppers have 3 212s and a 407 lined up on the ramp at Pom they have been there for a while
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Re: Hevilift Group Jobs

Postby flash » Fri Feb 22 2013, 22:22

Can't be much room left at POM for parking helicopters, what with Helifix's machines lined up ready to jump into action as well, and they have a PNG AOC!!
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Re: Hevilift Group Jobs

Postby rodger rodger » Fri Feb 22 2013, 22:54

Colleague of mine up there at Mount kari with Heli Nugini tells me they've taken on a few ex 412 drivers from Hevilift recently to fly Bk's

Why?

The moneys better!!
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Re: Hevilift Group Jobs

Postby HeviHR » Sat Feb 23 2013, 00:31

Nothing unusual about that...the helicopter piloting cadre in PNG is very typically of a migratory nature for a number of reasons, not always for chasing the best deal on offer.
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Re: Hevilift Group Jobs

Postby JimBembo » Sat Feb 23 2013, 01:10

The HL gross pay figures look good on paper but at the end of the day its what you get in the hand. Judging by the take home pays of the other big players in PNG, it is understandable why there is a migratory nature away from HL. Long may it continue too.....it keeps the single engine drivers moving up the ranks :lol:
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Re: Hevilift Group Jobs

Postby BBwantok » Sat Feb 23 2013, 01:45

10k... good if you are getting that on your 28 OFF... Leaving usually has a bit to do with things other than money. Most operators used to pay pretty close to each other unless that has changed recently.
Operating a medium in PNG is quite a bit different from Oz (environment wise) so bit hard to compare salaries to here.
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Re: Hevilift Group Jobs

Postby HeviHR » Sat Feb 23 2013, 02:45

I would say, operating anything in PNG is quite a bit different to Oz....
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Re: Hevilift Group Jobs

Postby BBwantok » Sat Feb 23 2013, 11:00

"I would say, operating anything in PNG is quite a bit different to Oz...." er correct, hence the minimum experience requirements, long inductions, and higher salaries, etc .... :wink:
I assume Island Hoppers have an AOC now, or is Pacific Rim just an AOC for hire these days...?
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Re: Hevilift Group Jobs

Postby HeviHR » Sat Feb 23 2013, 13:07

The Pacific Rim AOC for hire can only be hired out one at a time, as far as I know. I would be very surprised if the Hoppers got through the AOC/MOC process, but if they have, well, good luck to them.

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