The Chief Pilot reports to the Director of Operations and is responsible for surveillance of the flight crew records, flight time limitations and qualifications as set forth by the FAA to meet applicable legal requirements and maintain safe operations.
Processes additions, changes and deviations using the Safety Management System (SMS) Safety Risk Management (SRM) methods.
Maintains a current, FAA approved master record section pertaining to all crewmembers, aircraft and flights conducted by the company.
Maintains master copies of all required company, FAA approved manuals, preparing and submitting for approval revisions as necessary.
Directs and assists all personnel under his supervision in all matters pertinent to their duties.
Keep the Director of Operations informed on a daily basis on matters of importance to him/her.
Assist with the formulation of company policies as they relate to flight operations.
Is charged with, and has the authority and responsibility to conduct a specific duties
Ensure that crew and scheduling input is present at meetings and communicate all pertinent input to flight ops staff.
Regularly communicate with the General Manager/President regarding areas within his control to ensure organizational priorities are in line.
Issue memos, bulletins or other notices as required by the Director of Operations.
Conduct or participate in counseling and disciplinary meetings.
Document attendance or other conduct issues and resolution.
Complete other duties as assigned by the DO and President.
Build an organizational culture in which passion for continuous improvement is innate.
Ensure adherence to procedures that promote the health and welfare of all employees.
Promote the mission, vision, and values that the Company has developed, and ensure adherence to the company leadership manual and employee handbook.
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The Chief Pilot will be qualified through training, experience, and expertise , and will meet the qualification standards contained in 14 CFR Part 119.67.
He/she will have a full understanding of the following materials: Aviation safety standards and safe operating practices, 14 CFR Chapter 1 (FARs), company
Operations Specifications, all appropriate maintenance and airworthiness standards, and contents of company manuals (14 CFR Part 119.65(d)(1)(2).
Knowledge of administrative and clerical procedures, work processing systems/software, managing files and records, designing forms and other office procedures and related terminology.
Ability to maintain confidentiality in all aspects of employment, including file and record maintenance.
Knowledge of technology used for training purposes or possess an interest in learning the technological methods used in training.
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