Seeking qualified Second in Command candidates for a CL-300 aircraft based in the United States; this position is commutable. Responsibility for the welfare of passengers in all aspects of cabin safety and service. Trained and proficient in the appropriate portions of Abnormal and Emergency procedures. Trained and proficient in all areas of cabin systems and operations. Responsible to the Chief Pilot for the performance of all assigned duties involved in the safe and efficient conduct of flight assignments. Responsible to the assigned PIC of a scheduled trip for all duties assigned by the PIC for that trip.
Tasks and Responsibilities
Perform pilot duties in accordance with the Company GOM, FAA Regulations, Operations Specifications, Flight Manuals, etc., and other instructions pertinent to their duties. Responsible for assuring that the company’s goals for safety, security and quality are met by continual compliance with the company Safety management System (SMS) program and reporting through the appropriate process any safety, security or quality recommendations or non-compliance observations
Responsible for the post-flight of the aircraft interior, to include, but not limited to, removal of all debris from the cockpit area, removal of ice, coffee, and catering from the aircraft and reporting any interior equipment discrepancies to the PIC.
Arrange and obtain cabin items including catering required for a flight as identified by the Flight Operations Center. Provide the highest level of customer service at all times.
Coordinate all work schedules and schedule changes with the Chief Pilot. Log and report flight and duty times. Report all commercial flying performed outside the Company to the Flight Operations Center for inclusion in the Flight and Duty Time Records.
Maintain and provide the Flight Operations Training Department with a copy of his/her First Class Medical Certificate by the twentieth (20th) of the month due.
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Certifications and Licenses
Written FAA Airline Transport Pilot (ATP)
Years of Experience
2-4 years of experience
Knowledge of Specific Job Skills
Related Job Experience
Related Education or Training
Communication & Listening Skills
Interest in Company & Position
Knowledge, Skills, Abilities and Other (KSAOs)
Strong prioritizing and organizational skills with the ability to handle multiple & high level priorities
Proactive decision making skills
Must maintain a valid Medical certificate
Will be required to obtain a FAA Type rating in the applicable Fleet type
Upholds a service standard in a strict & changing regulatory environment
Strong customer service skills
Total flight time: 2500 hours
Multi Engine Land (MEL): 500 hours
Pilot in Command: 500 hours
Instrument: 150 hours
Jet: 250 hours
Turbine Engine: 100 hours
Time in Type: 50 hours
Preference given to candidates with CL-300 rating and similar aircraft size experience.
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