As a medevac pilot navigating the skies of British Columbia, each flight is a critical mission to provide swift and life-saving assistance to those in need. The challenging terrain of this vast province adds an extra layer of complexity to the task at hand. Flying over the majestic mountains, dense forests, and vast expanses of wilderness requires a unique set of skills and unwavering focus. The urgency of the medevac mission is juxtaposed against the breathtaking natural beauty below, a constant reminder of the delicate balance between the serenity of the landscape and the exigency of the medical situations being addressed. As a medevac pilot in British Columbia, the responsibility is not just to navigate the skies but to serve as a lifeline, bridging the gap between medical care and those in need across the diverse and challenging terrains of this remarkable province.

Air Ambulance Career Opportunities

Air Ambulance
Medevac King Air 350 Captain (CYXJ)

Air Ambulance
Medevac King Air 350 First Officer (CYXJ)

Air Ambulance
Medevac King Air 350 – First Officer (CYXS)

Air Ambulance
Medevac King Air 350 – Captain (CYXS)

Air Ambulance
Medevac Citation 560 – First Officer (CYVR)

Air Ambulance
Medevac Citation 560 – Captain (CYVR)

Air Ambulance
Medevac King Air 350 – Captain (CYVR)

 

Minimum requirements by aircraft and position.

Medevac First Officer

  • Commercial pilot license with multi IFR rating
  • Preferred Minimum Hours & Requirement
  • 1000 hours fixed wing flight time
  • 500 hours multi engine flight time
  • 250 hours mountain flying experience
  • Aviation diploma
  • Experience on multi-engine turbine aircraft
  • IATRA exams written (required for turbojet aircraft, preferred for turboprop)
  • Group 1 Pilot Medical assessment by a qualified Civil Aviation Medical Examiner as required by Transport Canada regulations.
  • Recommended Up to date vaccinations against diphtheria, poliomyelitis, tetanus and hepatitis B
  • No Transport Canada violations or suspensions
  • Ability to obtain TSA clearance and approval for simulator training in the United States
  • Demonstrated organizational skills and attention to detail
  • Demonstrated computer skills and familiarity with the Internet
  • Fluency or proficiency in English language skills

Medevac Captain

  • ATPL with multi IFR rating
  • Preferred – 3000 hours or more on fixed wing aircraft, with 1000 hours as PIC
  • Preferred – 1000 hours or more of multi engine flight time, with 500 hours as PIC
  • Preferred – 100 hours on type, with 50 hours as PIC
  • Preferred – 500 hours or more of mountain flying experience
  • Preferred –  Experience on specific aircraft type
  • Preferred – Aviation diploma
  • Group 1 Pilot Medical assessment by a qualified Civil Aviation Medical Examiner as required by Transport Canada regulations.
  • No Transport Canada violations or suspensions
  • Ability to obtain TSA clearance and approval for simulator training in the United States
  • Up to date vaccinations against diphtheria, poliomyelitis, tetanus and hepatitis B
  • Demonstrated organizational skills and attention to detail
  • Demonstrated computer skills and familiarity with the Internet
  • Fluency or proficiency in English language skills