Seeking qualified candidates for a G650 aircraft based at Miami, FL (KOPF). This is a four pilot account supported by a Maintenance Technician and a Flight Attendant flying part 135.
The Pilot in Command (PIC) holds final responsibility to ensure aircraft is operated in a safe, compliant and efficient manner. The PIC complies with all company and regulatory requirements while delivering an exceptional service experience.
Ensures the Safe Operation of Flight:
Ensures crewing and trip assignments are compliant with company and regulatory requirements.
Completes flight planning, performance and weight and balance tasks for each assignment, as required.
Utilizes Threats, Plans and Considerations (TPC) briefing methodology to lead required briefings and mitigate operational risks.
Complies with company Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) and coordinates with company personnel as required. Acts as the Grounds Security and In-Flight Security Coordinator as defined by company policy.
Completes all aircraft pre-flight tasks, including the maintenance status of the aircraft, to ensure the aircraft is mission capable. Records all aircraft discrepancies in accordance with company SOPs.
Ensures all aircraft ground servicing items (e.g., fueling, oil, oxygen) are monitored and accomplished in accordance with SOPs.
Completes passenger briefings in accordance with company policy and regulation. Delivers the highest level of customer service and meet any special needs of passengers (e.g., physically challenged).
Utilizes Crew Resource Management (CRM) and Threat and Error Management (TEM) to communicate with crew and support personnel clearly and in a timely manner during normal, abnormal, and emergency operations.
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Years of Experience
4-6 years of experience
Knowledge, Skills, Abilities and Other (KSAOs)
Prior experience in corporate/business aviation preferred
FAA Type rating in applicable fleet
Must be able to perform the essential functions of the position
Minimum Time Requirements:
Total flight time: 3500 hours
Multi Engine Land (MEL): 1500 hours
Pilot in Command: 2000 hours
PIC MEL: 500 hours
Instrument: 300 hours
Jet: 500 hours ... Continue Reading
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