This job serves as Captain (Pilot-in-Command) of company owned aircraft. They ensure maximum safety, efficiency, dependability and passenger comfort.
Conducts flights in assigned company aircraft as Pilot-in-Command. Assumes responsibility for judgment decisions concerning passenger safety, airworthiness of aircraft before and during the flight and meeting flight schedules to the extent allowed by safety and other operational issues.
Evaluates weather conditions affecting safety, efficiency and comfort of flight.
Assesses fuel and performance criteria affecting flight.
Complies with flight rules and regulations both foreign and domestic.
Successful completion of type rating and recurrent training in assigned Company aircraft.
Maintains a high level of interpersonal skills, working in harmony with all department co-workers and all other Company employees, clients or guests. Will frequently be the first person a Company guest or client encounters.
Maintains professional knowledge of and compliance with the operational aspects of assigned aircraft including; limitations, systems, performance, normal and emergency procedures.
Maintains a thorough knowledge of and compliance with Department flight operations manuals, policies and procedures.
Supervises contract Second-in-Command pilots during flights to maximize use of cockpit resources in both normal and abnormal flight conditions.
Performs various tasks assigned by the Director of Aviation. ... Continue Reading
5+ years related experience and/or training
US Airline Transport Pilot License. PIC Type ratings specific to the Company airplanes. FAA Class I Medical Certification. Restricted Radio Operator Permit.
Five or more years of related experience to include five years' experience as a pilot in corporate aviation or similar flight operations entailing the on-demand transportation of passengers is preferred.
A successful background of piloting jet airplanes in high density terminal areas and to/from uncontrolled general aviation airports with limited runways and services.
A minimum of 3,500 total flight hours in airplanes; 1,000 hours as Pilot-In-Command in multi-engine turbine-powered airplanes and a jet type rating is preferred.
A professional knowledge of applicable Federal Aviation Regulations, Airman's Information Manual and other publications relevant to the conduct of flight operations within North America.
Experience as a Certified Flight Instructor preferred.
No history of accidents or violations resulting in a FAA certificate action. ... Continue Reading
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