- Location: Pennsylvania, United States
- Position: Captain
- Job Type: Corporate
- Bombardier Global Express (Total Time:250, )
- Challenger 604 ( Total Time:250, )
- Challenger 605 ( Total Time:250, )
Flight Time Requirements Snapshot
- Total Flight Time: 5000
- Pilot In Command: N/A
- Turbine PIC: N/A
- Multi Engine: N/A
- Actual Instrument: N/A
Act as Pilot In Command (PIC) of flights operated under Federal Air Regulations FAR Part 91 or ICAO/RVSM regulations for which the pilot has been scheduled, approved for worldwide operations with no restrictions.
Comply with the provisions of the Company’s Flight Operations Manual and Standard Operating Procedures for the aircraft being flown.
Comply with schedules and other directives governing the aircraft’s operation and ensure that preflight inspections are performed.
Prepare and file flight plans. Study weather conditions at departure, enroute, destination, and alternate airports.
Ensure that flights may reasonably be expected to be safely completed.
Ensure that the aircraft is clean and prepared for flight with all provisions on board for the safety and comfort of the customers.
Review and calculate the aircraft weight and balance, fuel on board and takeoff and landing performance.
Use aircraft checklists with the “Challenge/Response” methodSupervise the First Officer (SIC) and Flight Attendant (F/A), if assigned.
The Captain may delegate authority to perform any of the functions listed above to other crewmembers, but remain responsible for the proper completion of those duties necessary for the safe and efficient operation of the aircraft.
Coordinate the actions of all crewmembers assigned to the flight.
Liaise with service providers at destinations visited. Contract for servicing of the aircraft.
Authorize purchases of fuel and other necessary supplies and services. Make necessary arrangements for the safety and security of the aircraft and crew when away from home base.
Monitor crew performance, share knowledge with crewmembers and evaluate crewmember potential for advancement.
Make decisions necessary to start, delay, or cancel flights or deviate the flight from planned route or destination when operating conditions dictate. ... Continue Reading
Minimum of a Bachelor of Science is required.
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However, a combination of experience and/or education will be taken into consideration.
Meets all FAA requirements to serve as Pilot-In-Command.
Extensive corporate international experience as PIC with a minimum of 5,000 logged flight hours with 1,000 hours of jet time and 250 hours in the type of aircraft to be operated.
Meets FAA currency requirements. Ability to pass a Pilot-In-Command and instrument competency check in the type of aircraft to be flown.
Must hold a current FAA Airline Transport Pilot (ATP) certificate with appropriate Type Rating for at least one aircraft flown. Must hold a current FAA First Class Medical Certificate and a current FCC Radiotelephone Permit.
Type certificates for at least one of the following: BBD-700, BBD-700/Vision, CL-604,CL-605
Must possess a working knowledge of Federal Air Regulations Part 61 & 91, ICAO Regulations, and ICAO/RVSM procedures.
Must possess the ability to safely operate an aircraft and direct and supervise crew. Must possess good hand-eye coordination, piloting skills, navigation skills, jet operating procedures, and instrument approach procedures. Ability to understand and follow directions from ATC.
Position functions autonomously. Carry out supervisory responsibilities in accordance with the organization's policies and applicable laws.
Responsibilities may include interviewing, hiring, and training employees; planning, assigning, and directing work; appraising performance; rewarding and disciplining employees; addressing complaints and resolving problems.Ability to read and interpret complex business and/or technical documents. Ability to write comprehensive reports and detailed business correspondence. Ability to work with managers or directors and communicate ambiguous concepts. Ability to present to groups across the organization.
Ability to perform weight and balance computations for aircraft. Ability to add, subtract, multiply, and divide by all units of measure, using whole numbers, common fractions, and decimals. Ability to compute rate, ratio, percent, and to draw and interpret graphs.
Ability to solve problems with a variety of concrete variables through semi-standardized solutions that require some ingenuity and analysis. Ability to draw inferences and follow prescribed and detailed procedures to solve moderately complex problems.
Required to stand, walk, sit, and use hands to handle or feel. Occasionally required to reach with hands and arms, climb or balance, stoop, kneel, crouch, or crawl, and to taste or smell. Occasionally lift up to 50 pounds over their head. Specific vision abilities of this position include close vision, distant vision, color vision, peripheral vision, depth perception, and ability to adjust focus. Must be able to swim.
Normal office environment, cockpit and cabin of Company owned and operated aircraft environment, and frequent travel is required.
Planned and unplanned days and/or nights away from home, along with the occasional requirement to be on call for periods of 24 consecutive hours are required.
Occasionally exposed to wet and/or humid conditions, extremes of cold and hot temperatures, moving mechanical parts, high precarious places, fumes or airborne particles, toxic or caustic chemicals, and outside weather conditions. The noise level in the work environment is usually loud. ... Continue Reading
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