The principal duties of the position include the following:
Make customers feel appreciated by giving exemplary customer service. Fly Charter and Pilot service trips. Be at aircraft a minimum of one hour before scheduled departure time. Help to promote our company and charter when appropriate while crewing a trip. Communicate properly pertinent information to the appropriate person(s), i.e., problem, weather, cancellation, abnormalities, etc. Make sure aircraft is clean and passenger ready prior to each flight. Safety is the number one priority. Maintain navigation charts and books. Provide pilot services. Sell charter service. Attend pilot meetings Other duties as assigned or by addendum. Language Requirements: See Job Description
Physical Requirements: Regularly required to sit, talk and hear, reach with hands or arms and lift objects up to 10 pounds. Occasionally required to stand, walk, climb or balance, kneel, stoop, crouch, crawl, and grasp or pull and lift objects up to 25 pounds. Will have frequent exposure to high or precarious places, regular exposure to outdoor weather conditions places and occasional exposure to fumes, toxic or caustic chemicals and loud noises.
The qualifications for this position include: Hold a current Commercial Pilot Certificate with Multi-Engine and Instrument Ratings; Hold a Second Class Medical Certificate; Have 1500 hours of total time; Have 250 hours of multi-engine time; Minimum experience per F.A.A. Part 135; ATP required within six months.