Looking for a King Air 200 Second Officer based in Northeast Region, Virginia, USA with full time position.
Company has immediate openings for civil fisheries maritime surveillance missions at locations in the Western and Central Pacific. Missions are planned and flown in accordance with air tasking orders received. Company will provide required training for the mission and aircraft operations. Flying includes daily extended overwater surveillance at various altitudes, including low-level over-water maneuvering. Flights may be conducted in VMC or IMC, flying a variety of flight profiles in civilian registered King Air 200 aircraft configured for maritime surveillance. Dual pilot operations in accordance with 14 CFR Part 91. Position requires three to six-month rotational assignments, or longer by mutual agreement. Company provides transportation and a generous meal and lodging allowance. Company will pay for initial and recurring King Air training.
King Air 200 aircraft second officerPrepare and file flight plans, conduct a preflight inspection to assure proper loading, equipment, and staffEnsure correct weight and balance and fuel supplyInspect, and test, all aircraft emergency equipment for proper installation and normal operationConduct briefings with crew members and non-crewmembers on safety and emergency procedures required by the company or othersMaintain various flight recordsPrepare formal written reports of observations made during missionsProvide detailed and effective communication with crew and ground personnelActively participate with the deployed team in aviation and non-aviation capacitiesProvide aircraft and program capabilities briefings to local officialsOther similar duties as required ... Continue Reading
Commercial Pilot, Airplane Multi-Engine Land (MEL) with instrument ratingSecond class medical certificate, valid throughout deployment periodsExcellent interpersonal skills and ability to maintain good working relationships with the tasking authority, local officials, customer on-site representatives, and crew membersGood health and ability to maintain physical conditioning appropriate for the missionAbility to travel with reasonable notice for periods up to six monthsAbility to provide exemplary references as a professional aviatorRead, write, speak and understand EnglishMinimum 23 Years of ageFlight Time Requirements
Minimum of 500 hours of total documented flight timeMinimum of 250 hours of total Pilot in Command timeMinimum of 250 MELMinimum of 50 hours MEL in the last 6 months
Law enforcement, military or equivalent flying experience consistent with mission requirementsBE200/350 experienceAirframe and Powerplant (A&P) certificate
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