- A Captain reports to the base Manager of Flight Operations.
- When a Captain is performing the duties of a First Officer, he or she will report functionally to the PIC during an assigned trip.
- Responsible for the safe conduct of their assigned flights. Ensure compliance with all local, state, federal, and international regulations governing their flight.
- When assigned to a trip as the Pilot-in-Command, supervise the performance of the crew and coordinate trip details with passengers, while retaining final authority for operation of the aircraft.
- Maintain a professional appearance and act with tact and decorum.
- Conducts flight operations in accordance with international, federal, state, local, and corporate regulations.
- Supervises the flight crew while on flights.
- Ensures the maximum safety, security, and comfort of the passengers.
- Performs flight planning, briefs First Officer on flight plan details and weather conditions.
- Ensures that the aircraft are cleaned, stocked, and prepared for flight with all provisions onboard for the safety and comfort of passengers.
- Ensures required certificates and manuals are onboard the aircraft prior to commencing a flight.
- Employs strong communication and interpersonal skills utilizing Crew Resource Management (CRM) skills in all phases of aircraft operation.
- Solicits feedback from aircraft crewmembers and passengers.
- Demonstrates appropriate level of knowledge and skills in day-to-day flight operations and at least annually in an Operational Effectiveness Review conducted by a Standards Captain.
- Assists loading and unloading of baggage and provides passenger needs, as required.
- Performs the duties of Second-in-Command, when scheduling requires it.
- Maintains current required licenses and certificates to comply with Company/FAA requirements.
- Attends regularly scheduled ground and simulator training. Maintains flight proficiency and knowledge of all flight operations, regulations, and aircraft systems.
- Assists in administrative activities, including proposals and feasibility studies, reports, and review groups, as assigned by management.
- Holds an Airline Transport Pilot license and is type rated in the specific aircraft in which he or she is to act as Captain.
- Possesses a First Class FAA medical certificate issued within the proceeding twelve (12) calendar months.
- Holds a valid FCC Aircraft Radiotelephone Operator Permit.
- 5,000 hours total flight time.
- 2,000 hours flight time as Pilot-in-Command.
- 1,000 hours multiengine jet flight time.
- 500 hours multiengine jet flight time within the last two years.
- Possess a Bachelor’s Degree (preferred)
Job Type: Regular
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