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HH-60G Flight Engineer


Salary band: $10k - $15k
Location: North America, United States, California
Job type: Permanent
Contact: Borsight
Category: Engineer
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Job Description:

Provide aircrew services to perform HH-60 Functional check Flights (FCFs), maintenance flight tests, Operational Check Flights (OCFs), Acceptance Test Profiles (ATPs), to determine airworthiness and maintenance status of the aircraft. They will also perform aircraft recoveries, pick up or deliveries to and from CONUS locations to home bases and under special circumstances from multiple locations worldwide for the PR Helicopter Rescue Squadrons (RQS), and Air Combat Command (ACC). All flying operations will be conducted In Accordance With (IAW) Air Force regulations, instructions, manuals, technical orders, and drawings and any other department of Defense (DOD), Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) or other official publications which apply to aircraft operations or associated with the processing of aircraft subsequent to their completion of depot modification. The requirements of these documents, and any additional governing documents issued by competent authority that are applicable to these operations, shall be followed. Qualifications: All aircrew personnel shall be previously HH-60G qualified as indicated by successful completion of a formal USAF aircrew qualification-training course and as required by AFJI 10- 220. Contractor may substitute a US Army AMOC graduate who was previously qualified in the MH-60D/L. The RQG and RQS commanders shall review and approve the qualifications of these personnel. All aircrew personnel previously USAF instructor qualified shall maintain instructor status IAW AFJI 10-220. Contractor Aircrew qualification shall be maintained by the contractor as part of the flight operations required herein. In the event aircraft flow rate drops to a level that precludes maintenance of qualifications, the contractor shall immediately notify base RQS/CC, through the Contracting Officer's Representative (COR) or GTL, and provide in writing, a recommended course of action. Contractor aircrews will perform specific maneuvers during daylight visual conditions with a minimum three man crew (two (2) pilots and one (1) engineer) that will permit the evaluation of aircraft systems such as infrared sensors and the enhanced navigation system. Night flights may be conducted under nighttime visual flight rules (VFR) and visual meteorological conditions (VMC) to evaluate cockpit night vision imaging systems (NVIS) lighting. Ferry flights under day or night instrument flight rules (IFR) are authorized. The contractor shall maintain HH-60G technical reference material sufficient to support this contract. The contractor shall be placed on distribution for documents and their subsequent updates listed in Amendment 1 Must be able to lift 75lbs. or more Special Requirements: Individual must remain worldwide deployable and will be required to successfully complete medical screening for deployment to operational theaters Contractor personnel must possess a valid United States drivers license and passport Contractor personnel selected will have a minimum of an active SECRET clearance in effect at the time they are to begin work under this task order and be subject to a government security investigation and must meet eligibility requirements, including U.S. Citizenship, for access to classified information and Communications Security (COMSEC) material.

Company Description:

Borsight was founded on the principle that innovation leads to successful enterprise. We are a

System Engineering, Integration, and Manufacturing Services provider that is uniquely qualified to

deliver outstanding results for operators of military, security force, and governmental agency

aircraft.

Borsight focuses on maximizing the useful life of legacy aircraft by strategically enhancing and

improving critical structures, systems, software, avionics, and life cycle operations. We employ a

disciplined system engineering approach that integrates human factors analysis into mission

functionality to achieve superior results and maximum budget efficiency.
Job Description:

Provide aircrew services to perform HH-60 Functional check Flights (FCFs), maintenance flight tests, Operational Check Flights (OCFs), Acceptance Test Profiles (ATPs), to determine airworthiness and maintenance status of the aircraft. They will also perform aircraft recoveries, pick up or deliveries to and from CONUS locations to home bases and under special circumstances from multiple locations worldwide for the PR Helicopter Rescue Squadrons (RQS), and Air Combat Command (ACC). All flying operations will be conducted In Accordance With (IAW) Air Force regulations, instructions, manuals, technical orders, and drawings and any other department of Defense (DOD), Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) or other official publications which apply to aircraft operations or associated with the processing of aircraft subsequent to their completion of depot modification. The requirements of these documents, and any additional governing documents issued by competent authority that are applicable to these operations, shall be followed. Qualifications: All aircrew personnel shall be previously HH-60G qualified as indicated by successful completion of a formal USAF aircrew qualification-training course and as required by AFJI 10- 220. Contractor may substitute a US Army AMOC graduate who was previously qualified in the MH-60D/L. The RQG and RQS commanders shall review and approve the qualifications of these personnel. All aircrew personnel previously USAF instructor qualified shall maintain instructor status IAW AFJI 10-220. Contractor Aircrew qualification shall be maintained by the contractor as part of the flight operations required herein. In the event aircraft flow rate drops to a level that precludes maintenance of qualifications, the contractor shall immediately notify base RQS/CC, through the Contracting Officer's Representative (COR) or GTL, and provide in writing, a recommended course of action. Contractor aircrews will perform specific maneuvers during daylight visual conditions with a minimum three man crew (two (2) pilots and one (1) engineer) that will permit the evaluation of aircraft systems such as infrared sensors and the enhanced navigation system. Night flights may be conducted under nighttime visual flight rules (VFR) and visual meteorological conditions (VMC) to evaluate cockpit night vision imaging systems (NVIS) lighting. Ferry flights under day or night instrument flight rules (IFR) are authorized. The contractor shall maintain HH-60G technical reference material sufficient to support this contract. The contractor shall be placed on distribution for documents and their subsequent updates listed in Amendment 1 Must be able to lift 75lbs. or more Special Requirements: Individual must remain worldwide deployable and will be required to successfully complete medical screening for deployment to operational theaters Contractor personnel must possess a valid United States drivers license and passport Contractor personnel selected will have a minimum of an active SECRET clearance in effect at the time they are to begin work under this task order and be subject to a government security investigation and must meet eligibility requirements, including U.S. Citizenship, for access to classified information and Communications Security (COMSEC) material.

Company Description:

Borsight was founded on the principle that innovation leads to successful enterprise. We are a

System Engineering, Integration, and Manufacturing Services provider that is uniquely qualified to

deliver outstanding results for operators of military, security force, and governmental agency

aircraft.

Borsight focuses on maximizing the useful life of legacy aircraft by strategically enhancing and

improving critical structures, systems, software, avionics, and life cycle operations. We employ a

disciplined system engineering approach that integrates human factors analysis into mission

functionality to achieve superior results and maximum budget efficiency.

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