Jet Aviation Staffing-Falcon 7X-Lead Captain-Idaho

Location: 

Sun Valley, ID, US

Flexible Work Arrangement:  Onsite
Job Category:  Flight Services
Career Level:  Professional
Requisition Id:  2342

Behind every seamless journey, is the perfect team. Since 1983, Jet Aviation Staffing has been supporting the industry’s most prominent aviation companies by attracting and placing top talent. With thousands of direct hire placements of crew members, maintenance professionals, support staff, management and executive positions, and many more disciplines, we continue to perfect the art of staffing. When you want to find the very best career opportunity, you can rely on a team of dedicated professionals. On behalf of our external customers, Jet Aviation Staffing upholds in-depth and extensive standards to ensure we are recommending the best talent. Dedicated to the details, our expertise ensures a perfect career opportunity match for each of our candidates and a seamless experience for our customer.

Position Summary

The Lead Captain reports to the principal regarding company operating policies and procedures. The lead pilot is responsible for the safe and efficient conduct of the flight assignment with the emphasis on safety, security, and quality. Will exercise pilot in command authority of all flights to which they are assigned and are the final authority for the safe conduct of the flight.

Minimum Requirements
 

  • Must possess an Airline Transport Pilot Certificate with appropriate Aircraft Type Rating
  • Obtain and maintain an FAA First Class Medical
  • 3500 hours Total Fixed Wing
  • 1500 hours Multi-Engine Land
  • 2000 hours Pilot-in-Command
  • 1500 hours Turbojet
  • 2000 hours in Type
  • 1500 Turbine time
  • 100 hours Night
  • 75 hours Actual or Simulated Instrument
  • 5 years of aviation experience
  • Must be able to work flexible schedules
  • Willing and able to travel worldwide extensively, without any restrictions
  • Must have a valid driver's license
  • Not commutable-Must reside in Idaho
     

Main Responsibilities
 

  • Safely operate the aircraft, determine departure times and routes, and/or cancel flights based on weather or other conditions
  • Ensure that the flight is conducted in complete compliance with all federal, local, and company regulations and policies and procedures
  • Institute all necessary changes as required by en route conditions such that the flight may continue under appropriate company policies, procedures and rules
  • Responsible for conducting the flight in a safe and prudent manner in accordance with industry and company standards
  • Accurate completion of all trip paperwork in accordance with current procedures
  • Responsible for ensuring a thorough and complete understanding with the second in command regarding all aspects of flight
  • Record all aircraft discrepancies as they occur on the aircraft discrepancy log and immediately report these discrepancies to the director of maintenance or their designee as soon as possible. Refer to the approved MEL and as directed by the DOM or his designee determine if the inoperative item can be deferred or needs to be repaired and completes the aircraft discrepancy log as required
  • Determine that the flight crew reports for duty in proper attire and that they are mentally and physically fit for duty
  • Maintain a complete working knowledge of all aircraft systems which they are authorized to operate to include all emergency systems and procedures associated with the aircraft
  • Secure the aircraft after each flight to include arranging hangar storage if they deem necessary or they are instructed to do so by the company management
  • Obtain the most current weather reports, forecasts and NOTAMS from a FAA flight service station or other authorized agency
  • File or cause a flight plan to be filed with the FAA or an ICAO state ATC facility
  • Analyze area, enroute and terminal charts for the airport of intended landing and alternates
  • Perform the functions of the In TSA Flight Security Coordinator {ISC) under the provision of the twelve five standard security program or private charter standard security program as applicable
  • Conduct the required passenger safety briefings or assign that duty to the second in command
  • Impart knowledge and skills to the second in command to prepare them to assume the duties of Pilot in Command in an emergency or when the second in command upgrades to pilot in command in that aircraft
  • Complete and send the leg manifest to ops control prior to each departure
  • Complete and send the End of DAY {EOD) report to ops control upon completion of each flight day
  • Responsible for taking an active role supporting the open sharing of information on all safety issues and reporting all safety hazards and concerns
  • Responsible for making an immediate report in any hazardous action, conduct or event to the chief pilot and director of safety
  • The pilot in command may delegate these duties but not the responsibility for those duties
  • Other duties may be required, as needed


Desired Characteristics
 

  • Ability to handle the job responsibilities with integrity, discretion, and sensitivity to confidential company and employee information
  • Able to communicate clearly and concisely, both in written and verbal formats
  • Possess a team effort approach with great interpersonal skills, attention to detail and strong organizational skills
  • Ability to be proactive, efficient with the ability to seek out answers and resources as needed
  • Strong project management experience
  • Has a pleasant, friendly, and helpful manner to deliver the best experience to customers and colleagues

 

Jet Aviation provides equal employment and affirmative action opportunities to applicants and employees without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, protected veteran status, or disability.


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