Pilots shall ensure the safe and efficient operation of aircraft.
This will include the identification of aircraft maintenance faults and corrective actions.
All safety of flight documentation shall be completed and documented in accordance with applicable industry and US Army standards.
Responsibilities include: pre-flight planning, aircraft pre-flight check, coordinating with ASOs, and Mission Commanders, who operate the onboard sensor systems and are responsible for mission execution and operations.
Pilot will put special emphasize on crew member’s safety and government relations. Pilots shall monitor airspace, weather, radio communications, mission flight boundaries, other air traffic, and aircraft systems.
Pilots shall coordinate all flights with the appropriate Fixed Base Operators, military range control, Air Traffic Control (ATC) facilities (military and civilian), Primary mission equipment operators, mission commanders, and mission coordination services.
Monitor PIC’s, Conduct LMTF. As required Enforce Army regulations and Prime Contractor GFOP, Provide Mission Guidance to customer, as required. Conduct Flight evaluations for Pilots.
Train Pilots to standard to conduct ISR missions for the customer. Maintain Air Crew Records and training folders for pilots.
Pilot will operate military turbo-prop aircraft in accordance with AR 95-20 regulations, and program policies and procedures.
Pilot not flying will fulfill an ASO function by interfacing with the mission system and operating the MX-15 sensor while on station.
(Primary flight operations will always take precedence over this additional function by the pilot not flying.).
Pilot will fly day and night, under VMC/IMC; required to maintain night currency and instrument proficiency.
Must be willing to serve an additional duty as a Standards Pilot, Maintenance Pilot, Instructor Pilot, or Aviation Safety Pilot.
Must be willing and able to operate from remote, austere and primitive locations with possible unimproved runways. Safely employ asset in all weather conditions.. ... Continue Reading
Required Skills: (skills a candidate MUST have to be considered for a position)
Must be qualified in, mission, type, design, and if appropriate series of aircraft.
Must have not less than 1000 hours documented Pilot-in-Command time.
Pilot-in-Command time for other aircraft must include 300 hours in similar aircraft type.
Must possess a current FAA Class II Medical Certificate.
Must possess a current FAA Commercial Pilot or Airline Transportation Pilot license.
Must be able to meet all CRC deployment and medical requirements.
Preferred Skills: (skills that are not necessary but will make a candidate more qualified for the position)
Former US military or government law enforcement pilot.
US military trained Fixed Wing Instructor Pilot, Maintenance Pilot, or Instrument Examiner.
Prior overseas rotation experience, particularly in USCENTCOM area of operations.
Radio Telephone Operators Permit.
Experience supporting in global operations.
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