Coordinate flight plans.
Perform flight operations as required by projects within schedule and budget.Travel extensively while working as an airborne crew member throughout North America and foreign countries as needed.
Maintain records of flights.
Prepare and submit reports (pilot logs, dailies, expense reports, timecards, etc.) in an accurate and timely fashion.
Coordinate with appropriate authorities in obtaining flight permission/clearance.Maintain required FAA certifications.
Assist with training of new pilots and others as assigned.Other duties as assigned. ... Continue Reading
High School diploma or equivalent. Preferred Associates of Science in Aviation or equivalent experience.
Minimum of 800 hours total flying time. 400 as pilot in command.
Minimum of 100 hours MEL to be considered to operate multi-engine aircraft.Proficiency with computers and software.
CERTIFICATES, LICENSES, REGISTRATIONS:
Active commercial pilot’s license.
1st class medical certification from FAA. ... Continue Reading
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