Fully embrace and live the Diamond Philosophy – Teamwork/Productivity/Quality/Excellence. Consistently doing your best and always striving to do better at all times.
Carry out pre-flight planning (weather, aircraft performance, weight and balance, Notice to Airmen, and flight plans), customs procedures for international flights, perform pre-flight inspections of the aircraft, conduct safety briefings, execute the flight in a safe and proficient manner, conduct a post-flight of the aircraft, and relay any maintenance issues to the Chief Pilot.
Train, study and have knowledge of: the federal regulations as they pertain to relevant flight operations, aircraft systems, normal and emergency operating procedures, aircraft surface contamination and cold weather operations, high altitude operations, crew resource management and international operations as applicable.
Provide excellent service to passengers, clients and guests including greeting the passengers, assisting with their luggage and any other special needs, and briefing passengers on the safety equipment and amenities available on the aircraft.
Carry out other non-flying duties including travel arrangements for the crew and/or passengers, servicing of the aircraft, database updates, aircraft cleaning, and keeping the aircraft, medical and emergency kits and stores stocked and up to date.
Maintain a current commercial pilot’s license or better, second class medical certification or better and provide all requested documentation prior to beginning employment to meet FAA, state and company insurance requirements and regulations and any other applicable codes or requirements for acting as a pilot on part. All pilot requirements prior to employment are the financial responsibility of the pilot.
Abide by drug and alcohol policy and consume no alcoholic beverage within eight hours of flying an aircraft.
Follow and enforce good safety practices.
Perform other duties as assigned. ... Continue Reading
Read, write and speak the English language (ICAO Operational Level 4).Hold a Second-Class FAA Medical Certificate or better.
Hold a valid US Passport.
Hold an FAA Airline Transport Pilot or FAA Commercial Pilot Certificate with a Multi-Engine Land Rating with Instrument Privileges.
Hold a PIC Type Rating for LR-JET and/or LR-60.
Have logged the following minimum pilot time:
3500 hours Total Flight Time
1500 hours Multi-Engine Flight Time
1000 hours Turbo-prop, Turbo-fan and/or Turbo-jet
500 hours Turbo-fan and/or Turbo-jet
50 hours in Make and Model (Learjet 31A and/or Learjet 60) ... Continue Reading
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