Captain - Corporate Pilot
JetRight Aviation Maintenance •
JOB SUMMARY: A JetRight Pilot is a member of the flight crew who is responsible for the safe, efficient, comfortable, and on-time operation of company aircraft. The Captain acts as pilot-in-command of company aircraft on trips as assigned by flight operations management.
JetRight Captains continuously strive to safely and professionally meet the travel needs of the company’s clients while seeking excellence in every aspect of their performance. The position requires the individual to possess excellent communication and customer service skills, and the ability to work with individuals from diverse personal and professional backgrounds. The position may require up to 80% travel.
- JetRight Captains are responsible for promoting a safe and collaborative cockpit operating environment and mentoring junior crewmembers.
- Flight operations management may assign the JetRight Captain collateral activities in support of the department’s mission, such as administrative duties, training or safety responsibilities, committee assignments, etc.
- Performs the duties of this position in accordance with Federal Aviation Regulations, company policies, and Operations Specifications.
- Exercises sound judgment in the safe and efficient operation of the flight.
- Contributes to the decision-making process for the safe operation of the aircraft.
- Correctly assesses the current and anticipated flight environment, and identifies and anticipates operational threats or errors.
- Exchanges information, ideas, and instructions in a timely manner.
- Manages tasks to optimize overall crew performance.
- Exercises responsibilities in a manner that promotes teamwork, professionalism, and mentorship.
- Satisfactorily completes all required company and FAA proficiency checks and training courses.
- Promotes a favorable image of JetRight in accordance with company policies.
- Perform other duties as assigned.
- JetRight Pilots can expect to fly 300 – 450 hours per year
- Must be able to work nights, weekends, holidays and varying schedules; and must have a residence that will allow them to report to work within two hours of a dispatch call during their assigned duty periods
- Unrestricted FAA Airline Transport Pilot (ATP) certificate with airplane multiengine class rating and English Proficiency endorsement
- Minimum of 3,000 hours total time
- Minimum of 1500 hours Pilot In Command time
- FCC Restricted Radiotelephone Operator Permit (RR)Current FAA First Class Medical
- US citizenship or proof of right to work in the US
- Current passport or the ability to obtain one within 90 days
- Any combination of education and experience. This position typically requires a Bachelor’s degree in an aviation- or business-related field
- Must be 18 years old
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:
- Previous pilot experience preferred.
- Excellent written and verbal skillsLR-45 or EMB-500 type rating
- Minimum of 500 hours turbine time
- FAR Part 91/135 flight department experience
- International operations experience
- More than 250 hours as SIC in aircraft which includes Learjet 45/75, Embraer Phenom 100, and Pilatus PC-12 aircraft
WORKING ENVIRONMENT/PHYSICAL DEMANDS:
- Possess excellent observation skills
- Possess excellent analytical and math skills
- Ability to react correctly during times of emergencies
- Ability to be proactive
- Ability to think logically and grasp things quickly
By nature this job description cannot be exhaustive: additional responsibilities, duties, skills, efforts, requirements and working conditions may be associated with this job.
- Standing/walking for short distances: Up to two hours on hard surfaces
- Sitting: Up to six hours
- Lifting/carrying: Up to 75 pounds routinely with or without a reasonable accommodation
- Restricted to 12 hours a day
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