Duties and responsibilities:
·When assigned Operational Control during the Director of Operations absence, will have control of all company aircraft including initiation, continuation, diversion and termination of all flights in compliance with all applicable FARs and the Operations Specifications.
During the Director of Operations absence, the ADO will restrict or suspend operations when conditions are known to be hazardous until those conditions are corrected. ·Will review and approve all Flight Plan Requests as necessary.
·In conjunction with the Director of Operations, the ADO will work jointly with maintenance to ensure that all policies, procedures, instructions, and information concerning Operations issues are addressed and resolved.
·Distributes and maintains all company operation manuals, notifies appropriate personnel of procedure changes, hazardous conditions of flight and ground operations. Ensure operations are conducted in accordance with conditions and restrictions of the company’s Air Carrier / Operator Certificate and in compliance with applicable regulations, Operations Specifications and company standards.
·Maintains close liaison with regulatory authorities, original equipment manufacturers, suppliers, and contractors and other external entities relevant to flight
Any other duties that may be assigned.
·Hold an airline transport pilot certificate;
·Have at least 3 years supervisory or management experience within the last 6 years’ in a position that exercised operational control over any operations conducted with large airplanes.
·An Assistant Director of Operations will have at least 3 years’ experience as PIC of a large airplane operated under Part 121.
·Must be able to pass a 10-year Background/Criminal check and pre-employment drug screen.