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Alpine Helicopters is currently accepting resumes from qualified pilots for a fulltime position at our Golden, BC base.


  • Endorsed on the Bell 407
  • Minimum 2000 hrs PIC
  • Extensive longline experience is essential
  • Mountain experience is essential
  • Must reside in the Golden area or be willing to relocate
  • Bell 212 experience would be an asset
  • Class “D” experience would be an asset
  • Acceptable drivers abstract

Remuneration is based on experience and qualifications. Competitive benefits program, including RRSP matching and Employee Profit Sharing Plan offered to all fulltime employees.

Please email your resume to:

Chief Pilot, Kevin Hogarth

Aircraft Maintenance Engineers

Alpine Helicopters is currently accepting applications for summer contract AMEs with current Bell 212 experience.


  • Valid AME license
  • Proof of Transport Canada approved 212 airframe/ PT6 course
  • Must be willing to do field tours and work on base, as required
  • Acceptable drivers abstract

Alpine offers favourable crew rotation schedules and a remuneration package that exceeds industry standard.

Please email your resume to:

Director of Maintenance, Barry Newman

Ground Crew & Guest Service Agents

Alpine Helicopters is currently searching for outgoing and “over the top” team players dedicated to providing spectacular customer service at our sightseeing operations located in the Bow Valley.

Ideal candidates would possess the following skills and attributes:

  • The ability to work in a fast paced environment, yet keep a positive attitude and responsible demeanor at all times 
  • Have excellent customer service skills
  • Above average attention to the smallest detail is essential
  • Be able to deal with difficult situations with tact and diplomacy
  • The ability to work within strict safety guidelines, adhering to very strict company policies and procedures
  • A second language would be a definite asset

Outdoor Ground Crew Positions:

Job duties may include but are not limited to: passenger safety briefing, aircraft fueling, aircraft loading and unloading of passengers, general building maintenance and grounds keeping. As this position also drives our passenger vans, a clean driver’s abstract is mandatory. A current Class 4 drivers licence would be considered an advantage. No experience necessary as full on the job training will be provided.

Guest Services Agents:

These positions are indoor customer service positions; however, all team members will be expected to help outdoors when necessary. Job duties may include, but are  not limited to: first and last contact with our sightseeing guests and commercial clientele, cash handling, telephone reception, reservations, merchandise sales, general office duties, and tour group organization. On occasion, ground crew duties might include passenger safety briefing and aircraft loading and unloading.

Hours of operation are 7am to 6pm daily. Shifts are 40 hour work weeks, with regular days off. Weekend work is a requirement.

Please forward your resume, with references, to