Essential Job FunctionsStand, sit, stoop, crawl, walk and sometimes run.
Understanding basic concepts of math, physics navigation, airplane systems and aeronautics.
Reach and manipulate various controls such as control column, control wheels, rudder pedals, valves, push buttons, switches and keyboards.
Perceptually determine the correct placement of switches, valves, handles, etc.Ability to hear instructions and clearances in a cockpit environment.
Ability to hear crew responses in a cockpit environment.
Reach, push or pull objects located in cramped quarters or accesses.
Discern and interpret cockpit instruments (Analog and Digital) and appropriate color-coding.
Communicate orally within a cockpit environment to clearly convey procedures, conversation and radio transmissions.
Observe and understand cockpit audio communications with or without a headset or from a cockpit speaker.
Capability of decision making under stress.
Memorization of various pieces of technical data and pacified procedures.
Conduct operations in a dimly lit cockpit environment for night operation.
Ability to read publications and documents, often in a dimly lit cockpit.
Ability to see other airplanes.
Ability to work in close quarters.
Ability to work at heights.
Ability to detect burning substances, kerosene, gasoline and hydraulic odors as well as peculiar odors not normally found in the airplane cockpit through use of the senses.
Ability to read computer screens and microfiche files.
Ability to work with crewmembers and passengers of diverse nature who may hold divergent views.
Ability to override jammed or manually operative flight controls.
Lifting or moving of heavy objects such as life rafts or other emergency equipment.
Ability to operate and reset emergency exit handles.
Ability to open and close airplane doors and hatches.
Must be able to cooperate with peers, crewmembers and supervisors.
Ability to understand and accomplish dynamic tasks.
Methodical, analytical and systematic thought processes.
Provide instructions in a clear, concise and grammatically correct form.
Carry a kitbag weighing approximately forty pounds and suitcase while climbing a jetbridge stairway.
Climb or descend steep or narrow passageways.
The ability to adapt to diversified flight schedules, situations, scenarios and/or personalities.
Persuasiveness in constructively encouraging peak performance and in providing optimal solutions required in normal and emergency operations.
Reports to work in a timely basis.
Personal appearance and grooming that will present a favorable corporate image.
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Age: At least 21Height: Height to fully operate and actuate all controls and other equipment at each crewmember position of all aircraft operated.Visual Activity: Corrected to 20/20.
Weight: In proportion to height.
Education:College degree or equivalent if preferred.Citizenship:
Must be United States citizens or possess the legal right to work in the U.S., including the right to travel to/from the cities and countries serves.
Must be read, write, fluently speak and understand the English language. Valid passport required.Certificates, ratings, permits:FAA Commercial License (with instrument rating) or Air Transport Pilot Certificate
Multi-engine, with an instrument rating, no limitations.
Valid FCC Restricted Radiotelephone Operator permit.
Valid First Class Medical Certificate (explain restrictions). ... Continue Reading
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