Chartright Air Group is an innovator within the Canadian aviation industry, offering bespoke private jet charter, turn-key aircraft management, aircraft maintenance and FBO services. Our commitment to safety, customer service, and operational excellence has established us as the leading provider of private jet service in Canada.
Our team of enthusiastic aviation professionals are encouraged to exceed expectations and introduce changes that brings about improvements to how we get work done and deliver customer experience. For over 35 years, we've flourished in this dynamic and exciting industry which is fueled by customer loyalty, exceptional talent, and our cornerstone values of being customer-driven, safe, respectful, and transparent.
Make a difference and directly shape the trajectory of a rapidly expanding company in an exciting industry.
You will become an integral part of a high-caliber and people-focused team, driven by a shared commitment to exceptional customer service.
Help steer our continued transformation and growth, utilizing your unique talents to drive tangible results and improvements.
Enjoy unparalleled opportunities for personal and professional advancement.
Competitive compensation package, with 100% company-paid extended health and dental coverage.
Secure your future with our generous RRSP/DPSP matching program.
What you will do:
Act as the First Officer on the Bombardier Challenger 605 aircraft based in Toronto.
Work with Captain to ensure flights are conducted in a safe manner.
Support daily operation activities on available reserve days.
Liaise with Chartright’s Flight Coordination Centre and Sales to ensure all operational and service requirements are delivered.
Foster an environment of collaboration and encourage an atmosphere where co-workers can share ideas, improvements, and solutions.
Provide direct customer service to clients contributing to their exceptional client experience.
Perform monthly training courses and other duties as required.
What you bring:
Canadian Airline Transport Pilot License (ATPL) or Commercial Pilot License (CPL) with IATRA.
Group 1 Multi-Engine IFR.
Valid Transport Canada Medical.
Canadian Radio Telephone License.
Minimum of 2000 hours total flight time.
Minimum 1000 hours PIC in a multi-engine aircraft (turbine time preferred).
A University degree or College diploma, preferably in Aviation.
Ability to lift up to 60 Ibs.
Hands-on experience with flight management systems and glass cockpits.
Strong understanding of aviation weather, airport performance, flight plan calculations, fuel planning, weight, and balance.
Expert knowledge of the Canadian Aviation Regulations (CARs) and SMS safety practices.
A positive mindset with the strong ability to work collaboratively and effectively build relationships across the organization.
Strong written and verbal communication skills.
Exceptional client service, organization and prioritization skills.
Ability to work on a flexible schedule to support clients’ needs.