Wingtip Aviation •
Position Type: Permanent
Wingtip Aviation is seeking qualified Pilot in Command/Second in Command candidates to join a well-established flight department to support a Fargo-based Part 91 G500 aircraft.
This is not a commutable position and will require residing within driving distance to FAR.
Key responsibilities include, but not limited to the following:
- Responsible for the airworthiness of the aircraft to which assigned, and for the safety of the passengers and crew on board. The captain accomplishes the duties of pilot-in-command, as defined by Federal Aviation Regulations, the aircraft flight manual, and the department policy and operations manual, and is operationally responsible for all phases of the flight.
- If not already typed, must obtain the training and skills necessary to obtain a type rating for appropriate fleet type.
- Develop and maintain a complete knowledge, understanding and a mastery of the aircraft systems.
- Makes decisions to start, delay, or cancel flights, or deviate from planned routes, or destinations, when operating conditions dictate.
- As a team member, always confers with other crew members to obtain as much information as possible to determine the best course of action.
- Maintains open channels of communication with all crew members.
- Responsible for maintaining highest standards of safety through acquiring all pertinent knowledge pertaining to any flights, pilot proficiency training and continuing education.
- Develops and maintains thorough understanding about the operation and location of all aircraft emergency, survival and medical equipment.
- Keeps fully informed on FAA and foreign regulations, and department policy pertaining to operations.
- Keeps informed of latest industry, aircraft, or equipment developments that may impact the department.
- Serves in an advisory capacity to the Director of Operations, Chief Pilot, and Director of Maintenance regarding aircraft flight operations.
- Develop and maintain the ability to communicate effectively with passengers, and express verbal and written thoughts coherently and logically.
- Assures safety and security of aircraft while away from home base.
- Maintains flight manuals and navigation charts, as required. Completes appropriate flight logs and paperwork for each flight.
- Responsible for post-flight activities, including proper storage and protection of aircraft, cleaning and restocking while away from home base.
- FAA Airline Transport Pilot (ATP)
- 3-5 years of experience
- Bachelor’s degree preferred. Educational and/or training background in an aviation related field desired.
- Strong customer service skills a must.
- Strong organizational skills with the ability to prioritize.
- Proactive decision-making skills.
- Skills/ability to obtain a FAA Type rating in the applicable fleet type.
- Must maintain a valid First-Class Medical certificate.
- International Experience preferred.
- Previous flight experience in corporate aviation preferred.
- Minimum total flight time: 2500 hours (PIC) / 1500 hours (SIC)
- Multi Engine Land (MEL): 1500 hours (PIC) / 500 hours (SIC)
- Pilot in Command: 2000 hours (PIC applicants only)
- PIC MEL: 500 hours
- Instrument: 300 hours
- Jet: 500 hours
- Experience with a private and/or corporate flight department preferred.
Preferences will be given to the following candidates:
- Local or willingness to relocate (within 2 hours driving KFAR)
- GVII type rated (or large cabin Gulfstream)
- Current Experience in Large Cabin Aircraft.
Whether or not relocation benefits are provided will be discussed at the time of offer. In instances where relocation is provided, current mobility policies will apply. All policies are subject to amendment, revision, or discontinuance at the sole discretion of the Company.
No phone calls please.
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