Are you looking for an exciting opportunity? We are seeking a new Chief Pilot to join our team in San Diego, California. Our current Chief Pilot is ready to play golf and enjoy retirement, yet will stay through the transition period. The company's flight operations include a variety of missions incl

Chief Pilot FAA Part 135 / 133

Corporate Helicopters • 
San Diego, California, USA
Position Type: Permanent
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Job Description:
Are you looking for an exciting opportunity? We are seeking a new Chief Pilot to join our team in San Diego, California. Our current Chief Pilot is ready to play golf and enjoy retirement, yet will stay through the transition period. The company's flight operations include a variety of missions including flights in Baja Mexico, off road racing support, charters, tours, flight training, lift and utility projects. The company is dedicated to safety and customer service. The core values include commitment to safety, customers and team members. 
 
The Chief Pilot will be a vital member of the Company management team. Applicants must have a diversified flight and management background. The Chief Pilot applicant should have leadership skills, be team orientated, have good communication skills and possess time management skills. Flexibility and adaptability are important strengths that the candidate must possess in order to maintain a positive, safe and enjoyable work environment.
 
The Chief Pilot must become familiar with the company’s General Operations Manuel, FAA Regulations, Operations Specifications, Helicopter Flight Manuals, Standard Operating Procedures and Safety Management System. All manuals are current and company has a good reputation with he FAA.
 
The Chief Pilot applicant must be proficient with Microsoft Office, and be able to use an iPad, and be able to take a 14 CFR part 135 check ride in an AStar AS350B2 and/or Bell 206LIII.
 
Job Requirements:
Required Experience:
  • FAA commercial rotorcraft rating 
  • FAA certified flight instructor
  • Meet experience requirements under 14 CFR Part 119.71(c) - 119.69(a)
  • Have at least 3 years’ experience, within the past 6 years, as pilot in command of an aircraft operated under 14 CFR Parts 135, or;
  • With previous experience as a Chief Pilot, have at least 3 years’ experience as pilot in command of an aircraft operated under 14 CFR Part 135
  • Hold a current first or second-class medical certificate
  • Minimum 3500 hours TT Helicopter PIC
  • Required to take 14 CFR Part 135 check ride in AStar AS350 B2 and /or Bell 206L3
  • Proficient in Microsoft Office
  • Must be able to use an iPad
 
Preferred Experience:
  • Prior experience as a Chief Pilot in an organization conducting 14 CFR Part 135 operations
  • Experience with 133 Operations
  • Experience overseeing Part 91 Robinson helicopters
  • Have FAA airline transport pilot certificate ATP
  • Experience in aviation operations in progressive positions of responsibility
  • Bachelor’s degree in Aviation or Safety Management
  • Experience with aviation flight training and standardization
  • Experience managing company records and reports
  • Ability to develop and use an electronic flight bag
  • Prior experience as a check airman
 
Responsibilities:
  • Responsible for the training and standardization of the flight crew members
  • Prepares and maintains proficiency records, flight schedules, reports and correspondence pertaining to operations activities.
  • Ensures that each aircraft is properly supplied with all necessary documents including current navigational charts and current aircraft checklists.
  • Disseminates information to all crew members as pertains to routes, airports, and NOTAMS, navaids and Company policies, including ensuring each pilot has the current digital revision to the GOM installed on their iPad or iPhone.
  • Submits reports as required to the FAA, pertaining to flight crews.
  • Designates a check pilot to ensure all Company pilots conform to standard procedures as outlined in applicable FAA Regulations and Company policies, and to ensure that all pilots receive proficiency checks as required by the FAA and the Company.
  • Submits GOM revisions to FAA
  • Must be highly knowledgeable of the contents of the Shier Aviation Corporation General Operations Manual, Operations Specifications, and the Federal Aviation Regulations pertaining to the Company’s Operations.
 Hiring Requirements
  • Candidate must be currently authorized to work in the US by being a US Citizen or having a valid Green Card
  • Have a valid FAA Rotorcraft license.
  • Must have favorable pre-hire background check
  • Pass FAA drug test
  • Have valid Passport
  • Must have clean and valid Driver's License
 
 
Benefits & Compensation:
  • Competitive compensation based on experience
  • Medical, Dental, Vision
  • Aflac
  • 401(k) Matching
  • Paid Vacation and Sick Pay
  • Relocation Assistance
 
Corporate Helicopters has a record of excellence, is team oriented, professional and business casual. If you would like to be considered for the position, send a cover letter with your resume.
 
Corporate Helicopter's growth and sustainability is rooted in its commitment to attracting a diverse set of talent. To that end, we encourage qualified individuals from all walks of life to apply. We are an equal opportunity employer (EEO) and do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, veteran, or disability status.
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