High school graduate or equivalent required
Minimum 3000 hours total flight time, with 1000 fixed wing multi-engine, and 500 fixed wing turbine.
Certified Flight Instructor Certificate is preferred.
Operates company and managed aircraft, Part 91 and Part 135, and ensures the flight is conducted in a safe and efficient manner in accordance with the FAR/AIM, Aircraft Flight Manual, General Operations Manual, and our SMS Program.
Performs pre-flight inspections, checks the maintenance log, weight & balance, weather, notams, files flight plans, and completes the FRAT sheet. Handles any special customer requests as needed.
Performs post-flight inspections, clean-up, and paperwork. Prepares the aircraft for next flight with all provisions on-board for the safety and comfort of the passengers.