05 September 2022

Ameriflight, LLC | BE300/1900 Pilot

Seattle, WA, United States

BE1900 Pilot Training Program Manager

Department: Flight
Location: Seattle, WA


Ameriflight, LLC is the nation’s largest Part 135 Cargo airline and the unparalleled leader in scalable, outsourced aviation services to the regional express airfreight market. Our diversified portfolio of offerings allow major cargo integrators, manufacturers, aircraft operators and freight forwarders to adapt to the ever-changing demands and speed of a modern air cargo supply chain.

We operate over 150 dedicated cargo aircraft, including the Saab 340B, Embraer 120, Fairchild SA227, Beechcraft 1900, and Beechcraft 99 from bases across the U.S. and Puerto Rico.

About the position:

The Ameriflight Training Department is seeking a manager for our BE-1900 Training Program, based in Seattle, WA. The Program Manager is responsible for the overall operation of the BE-1900 Training program including the review and development of curriculum, all phases of instruction, checkrides, and interaction and coordination with management, vendors, and the FAA.

The ideal candidate will meet all requirements for a FAR135 Captain, be type rated in the Beechcraft 300/350/1900 or similar aircraft, and have previous experience as Training Captain and Check Airman for a Part 121 or 135 airline

Primary Duties and Responsibilities

  • Conduct ground, simulator and flight training for new hire and transition pilots.
  • Coordinate internally to ensure Captain trainees meet the requirements of the Company and Part 135 single pilot IFR operations
  • Coordinate external training resources to meet demands of the Company's training schedule
  • Develop and revise curriculum to meet FAA and Company Standards
  • Manage program to Corporate goals
  • Other duties as assigned by the Director of Training

Qualifications and Experience

  • Must meet all FAR 135 requirements for PIC in IFR conditions and be qualified as an Ameriflight Line Captain – ATP is preferred
  • Type rating in Beechcraft 300/350/1900 preferred
  • 200 hours PIC in type-rated turbine aircraft
  • Meet qualifications for both Training Captain and Check Airman
  • Previous flight training and/or management experience
  • Certified Flight Instructor, CFII and MEI required
  • 1 year as Part 121 or 135 Captain
  • Willingness to travel up to 60%

Additional Skills

  • Must be an effective communicator and be comfortable working in a team environment.
  • Must be able to effectively present information to students and management
  • Must be able to respond to common inquiries from students, management, and regulatory agencies
  • Must be able to read, write, analyze, and interpret common industry and technical and regulatory documents.
  • Must be familiar with MS Office suite, especially Excel, Outlook, and PowerPoint