Second In Command position located near the DFW Airport. This position is responsible for maintaining currency in maintained programs in order to act as “Second-In-Command” for both internal and external Customer Pilots for Recurrent, Initial or generic training courses within the established training curriculum.
Act as Second-in-Command (SIC) for clients training in multi-crew aircraft who have come to training without a flying partner. In that capacity, will serve as a competent Second-in-Command and will not be performing instructional duties.
Maintain SIC pilot qualification in accordance with the requirements of the programs to which he or she is assigned..
Maintain SIC qualification in accordance with the company Quality Management Systems (QMS) processes and procedures.
Keep current all certificates, ratings and designations required to perform duties as an SIC.
Act as SIC in various types of aircraft for Part 142, Part 135, JAA, and non-FAA clients as required.
NOTE: Although this position performs no “instructional” duties, it is vital that all certifications are in a state of readiness so that when the Pilot customer is being trained, and/or undergoing competency testing, the testing perimeters are met in accordance with requirements from the regulatory authority(ies) governing the Customer’s training/testing.
NOTE: In some training programs a PIC is necessary so the client can earn SIC credit. If the SIC is appropriately qualified he/she may be required to serve as PIC in those cases
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QUALIFICATION REQUIREMENTS: The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill and/or ability required.
High school diploma or Certificate of High School Equivalency (G.E.D. - demonstrated satisfactory performance in the General Educational Development Testing Program) with two to three (2-3) years' related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience.
Prior to SIC duties: the applicant for SIC must have the following certificates in his/her possession prior to the start of an assignment;
Commercial Pilot Certificate with appropriate category, class and instrument ratings; minimum of 450 hoursAFTER HIRING, the SIC must complete the following:
a) In-Processing and Orientation, as documented in the Instructor Training File (ITF)
b) General and Administrative Training
c) Aircraft-Specific Ground and Simulator Training
CERTIFICATES, LICENSES OR REGISTRATION
Valid Driver’s License, where applicable.OTHER SKILLS AND ABILITIES:
Fluency in English, through both verbal and written communications; able to speak, understand, read and write
Excellent cockpit verbal communication skills
Ability to interact with various Customers in a professional manner
Ability to adapt to changing schedules and high-pressure situations
A second language may be required in some Learning Centers to meet particular needs. ... Continue Reading
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