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AMY SMITH
123 Main Street Atlanta, Georgia 30339
Home: (555) 555-1234, Cell: (555) 555-1235 asmith@sample~resume.com


Objective:   Seek the Position of Helicopter Pilot

SUMMARY:   Highly knowledgeable and creative Helicopter Pilot with more than six years experience in ensuring flight is conducted in the safest manner possible; determining flight routes, speed, and take off and landing times to fulfill scheduling requirements.

Summary of Qualifications

  • Remarkable ability to perform work safely or not at all.
  • Uncommon ability to positively reinforce safe work habits on    the spot.
  • Great ability to be accountable for safety and environmental    performance.
  • Profound ability to communicate in a clear, concise, timely    manner both orally and in writing.
  • Exceptional ability to listen carefully and ask questions to    understand the views, concerns and comments of others.
  • Uncommon ability to promote communications across    organization boundaries.
  • In-depth ability to continually seek innovative ways to do    things. If needed, challenges the status quo to achieve    improvements.
  • Uncommon ability to identify root causes of problems,    considering both the long and short-term impact of proposed    solutions.
  • Exceptional ability to develop workable solutions.
  • Strong ability to foster cooperation and collaboration among    individuals in a work unit and helping to resolve conflicts    constructively.
  • Uncommon ability to articulate a clear and compelling mission    and vision that motivate others.
  • Exceptional ability to judge, plan and accomplish goals.
  • Great ability to stay current with federal and local flight    regulations.
  • In-depth knowledge FAA visual flight regulations; rotary-wing    aircraft; and aircraft operation and related subjects including    navigation, weather, communications, and instrumentation.
  • Strong skill in the operation of rotary-wing aircraft under    adverse weather conditions over mountainous terrain; law    enforcement procedures; and two-way radio communication.

    Professional Experience

    State of Minneapolis Police Force, Minneapolis, MN
    2000 - Present

    Helicopter Pilot
    • Communicate with the general public, other City employees, and management in order to explain the duties and responsibilities of the helicopter program.
    • Prepare written documents such as: daily flight operations, reports, log sheets, and police reports with clearly organized thoughts using proper sentence construction, punctuation, and grammar in order to be used for preparing court cases.
    • Operate a MD 500 helicopter requiring a Commercial Pilot's License.
    • Inspect, monitor, and evaluate work-related conditions and police helicopters to determine compliance with prescribed operating, safety, and other standards, regulations, and guidelines including Federal Aviation Regulations (F.A.R.s) and departmental procedures.
    • Distinguish colors to be in compliance with F.A.R.s.
    • Detect smoke within the aircraft cockpit.
    • Detect warning devices when working around moving equipment or other warning signs while operating police helicopters.
    • Operate aircraft tow equipment to move aircraft in and out of the hangar area.
    • Use common hand tools such as a hammer, saw, screwdriver or other tools to make minor repairs on aircraft equipment and facilities.
    • Operate a variety of standard office equipment such as a personal computer, adding machine and calculator to compile reports and log sheets.
    • Enter data or information into a personal computer in order to provide statistics.
    • Move aircraft and supplies from one place to another using tow equipment and handcarts.
    • Clean work area and equipment such as police helicopters and the hangar facility.
    • Work with cleaning fluids and aviation fuel using normal, routine, protective equipment to clean and refuel aircraft.
    • Work at elevated levels up to a maximum of 12,000 feet while performing police helicopter patrol missions.
    • Resolve operational and other work-related problems related specifically to aircraft operations.
    • Perform mathematical calculations associated with aircraft operations as directed by F.A.R.'s.

        Education and Professional Training

        Possession of Second Class Commercial Helicopter Pilot Certificate

        (SUPT)/Helicopter
        Air Force Flying School New York (2000)

        High School Diploma (1998)




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