Careers

St Lucia Helicopters embraces equal opportunity employment. Recruitment is accomplished by selecting the most suitable person (s) who have met the knowledge, skill, experience and cognitive ability as required for the vacant position.

St Lucia Helicopters defines its recruitment policy as being

  • Fair and unbiased
  • None discriminatory and un-prejudicial
  • In conformity with the Laws of St Lucia
  • St. Lucian Citizens, followed by other Caricom Nationals, preferred but not an absolute requirement;
  • Valid and current Commercial Helicopter Pilot`s License issued by an ICAO contracting state;
  • Type rating on the AS350B preferred;
  • Minimum 1000 hours PIC in helicopters;
  • Clean police record from your country of origin and/or residency;
  • No substance abuse problems;
  • Good to excellent command of the English language, multi-lingualism an asset;
  • Excellentpeople skills an unqualified must;

St. Lucia Helicopters is called on to do more and more unique work such as flying scientists around active volcanos. Candidates should know their own capabilities and have good judgement. The job can be inherently risky and an individual capable of getting the job done without taking unreasonable risks is called for.
Please note, successful candidates for the job who do not hold a DCA, CAA, or equivalent license are granted a six month validation of their current license. Within this period, they are required to write and pass the CAA written exams for the General CPL(H). The exam is notoriously tough, so those unable to commit the needed study time to pass should take this into consideration before applying.
Occasional travel to other Islands for days and weeks at a time is part of the job.
Please read further down for more information about living and working in St. Lucia.

PILOTS

  • Minimum 1500 hours with at least 500 hours as PIC unturbine powered helicopter.
  • Clean police certificate of character from your country of origin and/or residency.
  • Good to excellent command of the English language, multi -linguicism an asset (ICAO Level 6)
  • Good people skills
  • St. Lucia Helicopters is called on to do more and more unique work such as flying scientists around active volcanos. Candidates should know their own capabilities and have good judgement. The job can be challenging and an individual capable of getting the job done without taking unreasonable risks is called for.
  • Candidates are required to pass the ECCAA Air low exam prior to induction as a line pilot. This is contingent on being successful at the pilot selection process.


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