Ensure safe and timely completion of scheduled flights.
Plan and adjust flight schedules based on passenger needs and anticipated flying conditions to ensure maximum safety and efficiency.
Perform between-flight activities, such as moving or supervising the moving of the aircraft to and from the hanger, and refueling and servicing the aircraft.
Negotiate maintenance contracts and fuel purchasing agreements to ensure economical arrangements.
Maintain logs and complete report forms to document fuel and aircraft usage, passengers, flight time, and any flight / technical issues.
Ensuring aircraft is clean inside and out, always ready to go.
Assist with keeping hangar equipment maintained and safe for appropriate use. ... Continue Reading
Successful applicants must hold ATP or Commercial Pilot Certificate with FAA Multi-Engine and Instrument Ratings and logged a minimum of 3000 hours.
A minimum of 500 hours must be in a turbine-powered aircraft and a minimum of 2000 hours are in a multi-engine aircraft.
Valid second class medical certificate.
Meet or exceed current requirements according to part 91 of the FAR's.
Knowledge of the operation of single-engine and multi-engine aircrafts, including charts, maps, instruments, and other equipment necessary for navigation.
Knowledge of air traffic control systems and procedures; knowledge of weather systems affecting safety and flight schedules.
Knowledge of the federal aviation regulations with particular emphasis on airspace, runway incursion, and wake turbulence.
Knowledge of preventive and emergency safety regulations and procedures pertaining to the aircraft, flight preparation, taxiing, and navigation through air traffic.
Residence in the Des Moines, IA area or ability to relocate.
Ability to lift at least 30-40 lbs. of luggage into aircraft as needed.
Pre-employment drug screening and physical required. ... Continue Reading
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