02 July 2022

AAR CORP | Pilot

Patrick Air Force Base, FL, United States


Title: Pilot FW SP WASS – CONUS

Location: United States-Florida-Patrick Space Force Base, PSFB

Job Number: 13629


Serve as the Chief of Standards representative in interpreting and implementing the organizations Fixed Wing Aircrew Training Program (ATP) with respect to Standardization and Maintenance, globally. Maintain and manage flight records, Air Wing Information System (AWIS) entries and updates of aviation references and publications. Responsible for conducting Fixed Wing (FW) crew member training and evaluations, standardization administration, i.e., flight records, AWIS, publications and references. Monitors flight instruction to include aircraft transition training, annual proficiency reviews, and flight evaluations. This position will be located on Patrick SFB but must have ability to travel domestically and internationally up to 120 days annually at 10-60-day intervals.


Basic Responsibilities:

– Provide support and guidance of the DoS INL/A Standardization policies, procedures, and the Aircrew Training Program.

– Prepare or supervise preparation of flight plans, considering such factors as altitude, terrain, weather, range, weigh, airport facilities and navigation aids.

– Supervise or accomplish the aircraft preflight inspection and preparation.

– Conducts pilot training and evaluations.

– Conducts maintenance operational checks (MOCs), maintenance test flights, maintenance test pilot training and maintenance test pilot evaluations as required.

– Ensure proper loading, distributing, and security of cargo and passengers.

– Determine aircraft weight and balance is within prescribed limits.

– Retain final responsibility for the logging of aircraft flight time and the filing and closing of flight plans and preparation of flight and duty time records.

– Conduct the briefing of all passengers prior to each take-off or assigns duty to direct reports but retains responsibility.

– Delegate functions to other direct reports but retains overall responsibility.

– Performs other aviation duties as assigned.


– High school diploma or GED.

– FAA Commercial and Instrument Airmans Certificate Airplane (MEL).

– FAA CFI/CFII/MEI or military equivalent training.

– FCC Restricted Radiotelephone Operator Permit.

– Current FAA Class II Medical Certificate.

– Successful completion of FAA Type Rating in the selected type required before assignment.

– 1,500 total fixed wing flight hours including 500 hours of turbine multi-engine time.

– Minimum 500 hours multi-engine pilot-in-command time

– SP applicant requires 300 hours multi-engine instructor pilot or check pilot time.

– ME applicant requires 100 hours of FW maintenance pilot time or prior designation as a military Functional Check Pilot/Maintenance Test Pilot.

– One year managing a flight training program.

– Strong English speaking and written communication skill.

– Host nation language proficiency per contract requirement

– LATAM countries: Spanish Level 2 in both Listening and Reading (L-2/R-2). Preferred:


Preferred :

– FAA ATP rating



To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required.


1. Focus on Results – Able to plan and organize work to achieve goals; achieves targeted results with minimal supervision; is accountable for own actions.

2. Communications – Possess excellent verbal & written communications skills; Provides timely, well- organized verbal & written information that is audience appropriate; listens attentively to others and retains/processes information.

3. Teamwork – Builds alliances, partnerships & collaboration with others including those different from him/her; deals tactfully with others; assumes helps with a variety of team roles.

4. Strategic Planning & Decision-Making – Develops strategic short- & long-term plans; arranges priorities, distinguishing urgent, important and unimportant in order to meet goals & deadlines; consults & collaborates with appropriate people.

5. Initiative & Innovation – Generates new ideas personally & encourage team to do the same; stays up to date on technology & approaches to work; provides creative solutions & input when faced with challenges.

6. Quality & Safety – Adheres to all safety & security policies and regulations; demonstrates quality work that is accurate, thorough & efficient.

AAR is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability or veteran status.