Perform as Second in Command in the transport of passengers, mail, freight, or for other commercial purposes. Responsible for all aspects and conduct of flight to include preflight of required paperwork and restrictions, conduct of safe flight, and all post flight duties.
Comply with Federal Aviation Regulations (FAA), Company Flight Procedures, and Company Policies on scheduled flights and routes to ensure safety of flight.
Coordinate tasks to permit flight fueling, loading, passenger handling, etc. and associated duties to transport passengers in a safe manner in accordance with company policies and procedures, FOM, FAR's, and CRF's.
Pilots are team members both in the flight deck (Cockpit Resource Management), and with other operational departments.
Pilots are expected to present a professional image at all times, including grooming standards and demeanor, as a key representative of the company to both internal and external customers. ... Continue Reading
500 hours of FAA-approved Prior Qualifying Time to serve as pilot in command in part 121 operations (per FAR § 121.436(a)(3)). Candidates will need to provide proof they have obtained this flight time requirement. All prior qualifying time will be verified in pilot logbooks with the System Chief Pilot and the Director of Operations at time of interview.
500 hours as second in command at a part 121 carrier (per FAR § 121.436(a)(3)); or
500 hours as pilot in command at a part 91 carrier flying a multi-engine turbine-powered fixed-wing or powered-lift aircraft with an Airline transport pilot license and an applicable type rating (per FAR § 91.1053(a)(2)(i)); or
500 hours as pilot in command at a part 135 carrier in passenger-carrying operations of a turbojet airplane with a passenger-seat configuration, excluding each crewmember seat, of 10 seats of more (per FAR § 135.243(a)(1)); or
500 hours as pilot in command at a part 135 carrier in passenger-carrying operations of a multiengine airplane in a commuter operation (per FAR § 135.243(a)(1)); or
500 hours as pilot in command at a part 135 carrier holding an airline transport pilot certificate and if required appropriate type rating for that airplane (per FAR § 135.243(a)(1)); or
500 hours of military flight time obtained as pilot in command of a multiengine turbine-powered, fixed-wing airplane or powered-lift aircraft in an operation requiring more than one pilot (per FAR § 121.436©).
A minimum of 1,465 hours of total flight time or R-ATP qualified.
500 hours of cross-country flight time or 200 if R-ATP or military qualified
100 hours of night flight time.
250 total hours of flight time as pilot in command including 100 hours of cross-country flight time and 25 hours of night flight time.
75 hours of instrument flight time in actual or simulated instrument conditions.
25 hours of multi-engine flight time.
FAA Commercial Pilot Certificate with multi-engine and instrument ratings.
Must possess A current First-Class FAA Medical Certificate.
FCC permit restricted radiotelephone operator.
Must have and be able to maintain a valid passport allowing unrestricted travel, without a TRP, to and from the U.S.
Must possess valid Driver’s License.
Excellent judgment, leadership skills, demonstrated command ability and maturity.
Must be willing to accept a base assignment in Seattle, WA; Portland, OR; Spokane, WA; Boise, ID; Medford, OR; Anchorage, AK or Everett, WA based on company need.
Must be willing to work multiple days away from home, working a varied schedule, including weekends and holidays without restrictions.
Ability to communicate in English.
High school diploma or equivalent.
Minimum age of 21 years old.
Must be authorized to work in the U.S.
100 hours of multi-engine flight time
100 hours flown in the last 12 months
Four-year degree from an accredited University. ... Continue Reading
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