Major Duties and Responsibilities:
In conjunction with the Director of Operations ensures that all activities of the flight department, including flight operations, personnel, and equipment comply with all regulatory standards, company policies, pertinent operating manuals, practices and procedures.
Coordinates duties with the Director of Maintenance and Director of Operations, to ensure that all flight operations are compliant with the Federal Aviation Regulations and the General Operations Manual.
Participate in employee recruiting, conduct personnel interviews, periodic evaluations, handles employer or employee complaints or suggestion and takes appropriate disciplinary action, in accordance with company policies and in coordination with the Director of Human Resources.
Ensures the currency and qualifications of company pilots and provides for coordination and scheduling of any necessary recurrent training and qualification checks.
Ensures that all training and checking requirements for flight crew members are completed and documented in accordance with company policies and procedures prior to their assignment to duty.
Develops, coordinates, and maintains records on all aspects of flight crew training, both ground and flight, and ensures compliance with Federal Aviation Regulations and our company training program.
Establishes flight crew schedules and duty hours and audits flight and duty times to ensure compliance with Federal Aviation Regulations.
Ensures flight crews adhere to the company policies and procedures contained within the General Operations Manual.
Make selections and appointments regarding company flight instructors and check airman.
Coordinate with all flight instructors and check airman to complete all training and checking needs of the flight department.
Responsible for establishing, maintaining, and conducting crewmember standardization and training procedures to ensure safety and proficiency of flight operations. ... Continue Reading
Education and Experience:
Meet the requirements of FAR 119.71(c).
Possess FAA Airline Transport Pilot Certificate.
Minimum of three years of experience within the last six years as pilot in command of an aircraft operated under part 121 or 135.
Must have a thorough working knowledge and understanding of FARs.
Experience in B200, C208, PA31, GA8, or C207 preferred.
Experience in Rural Alaska preferred.
Bachelors Degree or higher preferred.
Previous Director of Operations or Chief Pilot experience preferred.
Previous Check Airman experience preferred.
Must have and maintain a valid driver’s license and must meet the company’s vehicle insurance requirements. ... Continue Reading
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