Must have professional communications skills for complex internal and external aircraft communications
Assist with loading and unloading freight
Operate aircraft in accordance with all applicable regulations and program/corporate policies and procedures
Emphasize flight crew members safety and exemplary customer service
Must note and communicate aircraft deficiencies for maintenance review and correction
Perform flights during day, night, and all weather conditions
Ability to perform other duties as assigned ... Continue Reading
Must have a valid FAA ATP license with a minimum 2,500 hours in turbine/heavy aircraft.
727 Type Rating on FAA ATP with minimum of 500 hours in type.
1000 hours PIC multi engine aircraft
Glass cockpit/EFIS/Universal FMS experience
Current Instrument Proficiency Check
FAA Medical: First or Second Class
FCC Radiotelephone Operator Permit
Eligibility to work in the United States
Must be able to lift up to 75 lbs., climb ladders, and maneuver around aircraftSuccessful completion of pre-employment screenings and other required background checks
Ability to obtain an airport SIDA badge
Willingness and ability to relocate to assigned base and travel extensively
Ability to work various shifts, overtime, and/or after-hour call outs will be occasionally required
No Part 121 age limitations
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