Core Duties and Responsibilities:
The Captain, when assigned as the Pilot in Command (PIC) shall as assume command control of the aircraft and is responsible for the operation, safety, and security of Nationwide Aviation Business Center’s aircraft and the safety of all crewmembers, passengers and cargo.
Operates the aircraft in accordance with operator and manufacturer procedures and aircraft limitations.
Security of the aircraft during its operation.
Checking and assessing the weather and all applicable NOTAMS.
Ensure all pre-flight inspections and flight planning requirements have been met.
Determines aircraft weight and balance, fuel, oil, and oxygen requirements.
Assumes final responsibility for and makes decisions to start, delay, or cancel the flight when operating conditions dictate.
Maintains a first-class medical certificate in accordance with FAA regulations and ICAO standards.
Completes all post-flight record keeping duties.
Adheres to all FAA, ICAO, and Nationwide Aviation Business Center regulations, standards, and procedures. Responsible for ensuring all crew and passenger travel documents are valid for the flight.
Ensures passenger safety briefings are completed.
Assists the passengers with ground transportation and in-flight service needs.Maintains proficiency and currency in assigned aircraft.
Approves invoices and expenses for flight related activities.
Supervises necessary service arrangements to ensure passenger comfort and convenience (food, beverages, inflight entertainment, ground transportation).
Ensures that a flight will not be commenced or continued beyond a suitable airport if a flight crewmember is incapable of performing their duties
Responsible for notifying the VP, General Manager and Chief Pilot of any NTSB notifiable event and assists with submitting the report immediately and by the most expeditious means available.
Performs additional duties and special projects as assigned by the Chief Pilot or VP, General Manager. ... Continue Reading
Typical Skills and Experiences:
Education: Bachelor’s degree preferred or equivalent
ATP rating, Multi-engine rating, and PIC Type Rating for the aircraft operated.
Restricted Radiotelephone Operator Permit. English Proficiency.
Valid automobile driver’s license. Valid passport. FAA First Class Medical Certificate.
Must pass a pre-employment assessment and drug screening test before being hired.
Experience: 3,500 hours total time; 1,500 hours Pilot in Command time or 1,000 hours multi-engine turbine. 5 years corporate or commercial aviation experience. *Flight time may be reduced to 3,000 hours if pilot has a minimum of 1,000 hours experience in aircraft make and model. ... Continue Reading
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