ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
- Manage, supervise, schedule and direct training of crew members in order to safely and effectively provide aviation support services to the Department of State in OCONUS locations.
- Conduct academic and flight training and administer evaluations to ensure crew member proficiency and standardization of training.
- Train and qualify crew members to fly both single and multi-ship day/night/NVG missions, primarily under Visual Meteorological Conditions.
- Develop individual flight training plans in support of the organizations mission and ATP.
- Participate in the selection and training of new INL/A Program crew members. - Ensure that all training, operations, activities, and actions, are conducted to INL/A Standardization, Maintenance, Training, and Safety standards IAW applicable Directives, Manuals and Technical Orders.
- Monitor crew member proficiency in all phases of mission planning and flight operations to ensure compliance with policies and directives.
- Oversee maintenance of crew member flight records, weight and balance calculations, and risk assessments.
- Maintain flight records, Air Wing Information System (AWIS) records, reports, publications and references.
- Maintain knowledge of additions and changes to all applicable Standard Operating Procedures (SOP) and documentation integral to contract operations. - Maintaining NVG currency and instrument proficiency.
- Perform duties as Pilot, Pilot-in-Command, Instructor Pilot, Air Mission Commander, and/or Flight Lead.
- Perform routine CONUS and OCONUS travel as required.
- Position requires US Secret Security Clearance
- Perform other aviation duties as assigned. ... Continue Reading
- High School Diploma or equivalent - FAA Commercial and Instrument Airman Certificate Rotorcraft Helicopter.
- FCC Restricted Radiotelephone Operator Permit.
- Host nation language proficiency per contract requirement
- LATAM countries: Spanish Level 2 in both Listening and Reading (L2/R2).
- FAA ATP Certificate
SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE REQUIRED
- 1,500 total rotary wing flight hours including 500 hours of turbine engine time.
- Night Vision Goggle (NVG) qualified and 300 hours of NVG experience.
- 200 hours of turbine instructor pilot or check pilot time.
- FAA CFI/CFII Certificate or military equivalent
- Current FAA Class II Medical Certificate.
- Strong English speaking and written communication skill. ... Continue Reading
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