Reporting to the Chief Pilot, the Captain/Pilot will fly state-of-the-art jet aircraft. The pilot-in-command is known for his/her ability to work effectively in groups and to build working relationships to enhance team effectiveness inside the flight department, as well as within the corporate and aviation communities.
Fly the aircraft and regulate all crew activities serving as the pilot-in-command.
Manage the flight crew to ensure each trip is flown safely and effectively.
Evaluate all risk factors and adjust trip as necessary to maintain highest degree of safety possible.
Research all pertinent data for trip planning and passenger needs to ensure all requirements and contingencies are considered.
Maintain currency on new procedures, policies, requirements, FAA and ICAO regulations.
Participate in SMS (Safety Management System) reinforcing a just safety culture.
Maintain a pleasant operational environment through use of CRM techniques, stressing positive interaction with the crew, passengers, and support personnel.
Perform all post flight duties, including administrative requirements and communicating pertinent problems to maintenance personnel.
Effective Member of the Team
Complete administrative duties and projects on time, (e.g., Jeppesen chart, special projects and general company accounting and reporting requirements).
Comply with government laws and regulations, and Company-specific policies, procedures, and standards.
Establish relationships and work effectively with internal individuals/parties in order to meet one's own commitments effectively and efficiently.
Build and develop relationships with peers and others to exchange feedback on product/service issues, identify and/or solve problems, assess needs, and/or achieve business results.
Ensure consistency and compliance of policies, procedures, and standards to ensure consistent guidance and direction to the organization.
Seek out new learning/development opportunities to enhance job performance and skills.
Take action to improve one's own knowledge, skills, and professionalism.
Assimilate and apply new job-related information in a timely manner.
Establish and maintain relationships with external individuals/parties in order to protect and enhance the image of the department.
Determine errors, omissions, or changes required in documentation (i.e., manuals) related to policies, procedures, or standards by gathering data from users, monitoring exceptions, and personal experience.
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Current FAA Airline Transport Pilot Certificate with multi-engine rating and at least one jet type rating
FAA First Class Medical Certificate
Minimum 2 years experience as a Captain with an FAR Part 91, 135 Operator or equivalent operation
Current and qualified as a Pilot-in-Command in a multi-engine business jet or equivalent aircraft with:
5000 hours total flying time
2500 hours turbojet aircraft time
3000 hours Pilot-in-Command time (1,000 of which is in turbojet aircraft)
Automated Cockpit EFIS, (Electronic Flight Instrument System) experience
FMS (Flight Management System) experience
No aircraft accidents or incidents, or full explanation of circumstances.
No past or pending FAA violations or full explanation of circumstances.
Able to present for inspection all logbooks, licenses, and medical certificate
Four year college degree highly desirable ... Continue Reading
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