Full Time Professional
Hangar TAN, California, MD, US
Requisition ID: 1149
Job Title: Pilot-In-Command CONUS
Reports to: Chief Pilot
Time Commitment: Full-time or Part-time
Location: 2W6 - California, MD
The Pilot-In-Command position supports our Flight Operations Department. Flight operations will be Part 91 and in support of Department of Defense and NASA missions to include maritime surveillance, sensor testing, and various airborne data collection. Flights may include extended overwater and/or low-level operations. Current aircraft include: BE55, BE10, BE20, BE20T, BE30, C208B, C337, DC-3T, and FA10. Candidates must live within a two hour drive of the St. Mary's Airport (2W6). Some after hours and weekend work will be required.
Operate aircraft in accordance with applicable regulations, service guidance, and corporate policies and procedures.
Ensure flight operations are performed in a safe and professional manner.
Must be able to communicate respectfully to other team members and customers.
Must assist as necessary with required reports, briefs, safety management, aircraft upkeep, fueling, and documenting aircraft discrepancies for maintenance review and correction.
Must be willing to assist in additional duties as needed to achieve company goals and customer requirements.
Other duties as assigned.
Maintain professionalism at all times.
Working knowledge of applicable FAA rules, regulations, and standards.
Attention to detail and ability to complete required reports on a timely basis.
Ability to work in a collegial manner with Airtec employees, vendors, and customers.
Excellent communication and customer service skills.
Must possess a current US passport.
Must possess a valid driver’s license with a clean driving record.
Must possess an FAA Class I Medical (or be eligible).
Must possess a Commercial MEL Pilot’s license, ATP preferred.
Must possess an active security clearance at the Secret level or higher.
Pilots must have at least 2000 hours total time, 750 hours multi-engine time, 500 hours turbine time and 100 hours in King Air 100/200/300 series, DC-3T, or other similar turbo-prop type.
Ability to successfully pass a drug test.
Certified Flight Instructor - Multi-Engine and Instrument.
Prior special mission or flight test experience.
Occasional overnight travel and rotational deployment at locations within and outside of the United States, including austere locations.
Ability to work in a variety of physical, and possibly austere conditions.
Ability to wear respirator or other required safety equipment.
Ability to work in confined spaces.
Ability to lift 50 lbs.
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