Demonstrates collaborative crew leadership while ensuring the safe, efficient, customer focused operation of the aircraft.
Ensure the aircraft is operated in full compliance with policies, procedures, regulations, and safety guidance.
With a focus on customer service, effectively communicate with customers verbally while making public announcements and providing safety and policy related instructions and timely informational updates to ensure our customers’ needs are met.
Uses superior judgment to conduct safe and efficient flights in company aircraft.Maintain a high level of knowledge in the following areas:
Company Policy and Manuals, FAA Regulations, Operations Specifications and other technical data appropriate to aircraft operations.
Maintain a high level of personal decorum, professional conduct and personal appearance.
Maintain currency requirements with regard to medical, training, and hourly flight requirements.
Maintain awareness of crew legality requirements and ensures timely communication to Chief Pilot’s Office when status is in question.
Maintain required communication with maintenance and dispatch personnel when conducting flights.
Provide crew communication reports and crew incident reports to the Base Chief Pilot’s office when required or requested.
Attend company training events to maintain currency.
Adhere to complete approved company uniform, company materials and flight kit as outlined in the Flight Operations Manual (FOM).
Including but not limited to policy on dress code, appearance guidelines including no visible tattoos.
Provide Chief Pilot’s Office with any information regarding the safety of flight.Other duties as assigned. ... Continue Reading
Proven leadership skills
Exceptional customer service skills and abilities
Federal Communication Commission (FCC) Radio License
Hold an FAA multi-engine ATP certificate
Have at least 2,000 total flying hours
Have at least 1,000 hours of air carrier experienced as defined by FAR 121.436
Must have an Airline Transport Pilot (ATP) OR ability to obtain an ATP or Restricted ATP
Current FAA First Class Medical
Must be at least 23 years of age
High school diploma, GED or equivalent.
Possess and maintain a valid passport and equivalent travel documents to freely enter and exit all destinations where flies.
Legally authorized to work in the United States
Must be able to read, write, fluently speak and understand the English languagePossess excellent interpersonal and cognitive skills
Must be able to work any shift, including: days, nights, weekends, and holidays
Ability to successfully pass a comprehensive Company, FAA and DOT required pre-employment screening, criminal background check, drug test, motor vehicle driving record (MVR), and PRIA records check. ... Continue Reading
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