|Job Ref:||6036||Employer:||General Dynamics US||Industry:||Aerospace||Country:||United States||County/State:||California||City:||Burbank||Address:||Post Date:||18/10/2016 05:11|
The pilot in command reports to the chief pilot regarding company operating policies and procedures. The pilot in command 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. |
The pilot in command duties and responsibilities consist of but are not limited to the following:
Authority to operate the aircraft
Authority to delay, cancel or discontinue a flight when, in his/her opinion, conditions are unsuitable for the initiation or continuation of the flight
Authority to indicate a change in the planned flight during the flight when, in his/her opinion, such a change is appropriate for the safe operation of the aircraft
Pilot in command shall ensure that the flight is conducted in complete compliance with all federal, local and company regulations and policies and procedures
Responsible for flight planning, taking into account:
oThe suitability of weather
oWeight and Balance
oAircraft Maintenance Status
oAirports, traffic conditions
oAirway facilities along the route to be flown
oAircraft performance and obstacle clearance calculations for lower than standard visibility weather departure conditions.
Responsible to ensure that a flight initiated is completed as planned
Institute all necessary changes as required by enroute 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, but not limited to the following items:
oConducting an aircraft pre-flight inspection in accordance with the approved aircraft flight manual and assure aircraft is airworthy for planned flight
oDuring pre-flight, refer to the aircraft inspection record sheet to assure no maintenance time/calendar limited times will be exceeded during the flight
Pilot in Command shall have the following qualifications
Hold an Airline Transport Pilot Certificate with appropriate Aircraft Type Rating
Obtain and maintain an FAA First Class Medical
4000 hours Total Fixed Wing
1500 hours Multi-Engine Land
2000 hours Pilot-in-Command
1500 hours Turbojet
1500 Turbine time
100 hours Night
75 hours Actual or Simulated Instrument
College Degree preferred
Effective oral and written communication.
Must present a team effort approach with great interpersonal skills, attention to detail and strong organizational skills.
Must be proactive, efficient, with the ability to seek out answers and resources as needed.
Must be able to work flexible schedules, willing to travel worldwide extensively and without any restrictions.
Must be able to handle the job responsibilities with integrity, discretion and sensitivity to confidential company and employee information.
May be required to be 21 years of age or older
Must have a valid drivers license with a clean driving record
Must be able to pass a required 10-year background check