Outcomes and Responsibilities:
Ensures that all applicable flight department record keeping requirements are complied with, and those records are forwarded to the Director of Operations or System Chief Pilot as required.
Advises the System Chief Pilot when flight or ground training is required by the domiciled/fleet pilots.
Reports to the System Chief Pilot any FAA contact with domiciled pilots, to include random FAA ramp checks within 24 hours. Reports all known or suspected flight or operational violations, accidents, incidents, and safety hazards to the System Chief Pilot within 24 hours.
May exercise Operational Control when authorized in GOM 4.3.3.
Assists the System Chief Pilot with the pilot schedule for assigned fleet and other administrative functions as required.
Maintains a positive and respectful relationship with the pilots in his/her fleet or region without sacrificing authority. ... Continue Reading
Required Education & Experience
Must hold an Airline Transport Pilot Certificate (ATP) with appropriate ratings and be qualified to serve as pilot in command in at least one aircraft used in operation and:
In the case of a person becoming a Chief Pilot for the first time ever, have at least 3 years experience, within the past 6 years, as pilot in command of an aircraft operated under Part 121 or Part 135.
In the case of a person with previous experience as a Chief Pilot, have at least 3 years experience as pilot in command of an aircraft operated under Part 121 or Part 135.
High School Diploma, college preferred
1500 hours of total flight time may be considered (3000 Total flight time preferred ) to include 500 hours Pilot-In-Command and 250 hours Multi-Engine LandAirline Transport Pilot (ATP) Certificate or Commercial Certificate with ATP written accomplished.
FAA First Class Medical Certificate
Valid and Current Passport
FCC Restricted Radiotelephone Operators permit
Must be fluent in the English language ... Continue Reading
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