Pilots aircraft as Pilot in Command and Second in Command in support of CONUS and OCONUS airborne data acquisition flight activities
Performs precise aerial survey flight operations driven by diverse sensor requirements
Performs functional check flights
Performs command pilot functions with assigned pilots and technical collection crew
Ensures all flights are conducted in compliance with applicable aviation regulations, both domestic and foreign
Assists with daily collection reports, weekly operations reports, detailed maintenance reports, and incident reports as required
Complies with Federal Aviation Regulations, Army Regulation 95-20 and company flight operation and standard operating procedures
Ensures the aircraft is operated in accordance with aircraft manufacturer's requirements, flight manuals, directives, company policies and specific mission procedures
Ensures that all flight operations are performed in a safe and professional manner
Assists as necessary in the responsibilities for aircraft upkeep, scheduling, maintenance, safety management and fueling operations as required
Conducts pre]flight and post]flight inspections and related briefingsOwns assigned tasks from their initiation to completion/decision point.
Contributes to the overall success of the program by supporting customer needs and executing duties efficiently and effectively.
Provides daily communications while on assignment with the Chief Pilot and on-site Flight Operations Manager
Must maintain all needed pilot medical certificates, type ratings and recurrent training requirements
Other duties as assigned ... Continue Reading
High School Diploma.
Current FAA Multi-Engine Commercial pilot license with Instrument RatingFAA Class II Medical Certificate
Flight time experience: total time of 3,000 hours of which 1,500 must be multiengine turbine time. Additionally, 500 hours of the 1,500 hours must be multiengine turbojet time.
Must have 1,000 hours PIC of which 300 must be in a similar type aircraft.Restricted Radiotelephone Operator’s Permit
Possess a valid driver’s license and an international driver’s permitCapable of lifting at least 50 pounds
Ability to work extra hours when necessary
Possess a current US Passport
Able to secure necessary VISA(s)
Must possess and maintain a secret level or higher security clearance
Must be able to complete pre-deployment training, DOT drug testing, and a medical examination in accordance with program standards through a CONUS Replacement Center
Gulfstream IV type rating and/or current proficiency in multiengine turbojet large cabin aircraft
International PIC flight experience
Prior US Government operational flight experience
Experience flying ISR, aerial mapping, or airborne data collection mission profilesPrior overseas military or government rotation experience
Familiarity with DCMA Instruction 8210-1C or Army Regulation 95-20Bachelor’s degree in a related field. ... Continue Reading
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