11 July 2024

Vista | Captain

Captain
Job Locations US-CA-Mather
Posted Date 7 months ago(01/12/2023 17:00)
Job ID
2023-4054
# of Openings 3
Category Flight Operations

Job Profile

The Air Shuttle is hiring multiple Captains at our Mather, CA (MHR) Base!

The Captain or, Pilot in Command (PIC), is the final authority regarding the operation of the company aircraft. The PIC is jointly responsible with the Director of Operations in the exercise of operational control.

Your Responsibilities

Pilot Duties

  • Assist in the safe and efficient conduct of a flight, including the operation of the aircraft in accordance with company procedures and Federal Aviation Regulations.
  • Promote and maintain an atmosphere of Crew Resource Management that facilitates the exchange of information critical to the safety of flight
  • Embody the values of the Air Shuttle culture and standard of service to help create and maintain a positive work environment & successful operation.
  • When PIC, directly responsible for, and is the final authority of, the operation of the aircraft in flight
  • Will also be scheduled to serve as FO.
  • Maintains joint responsibility with the flight followers for the initiation, continuation, diversion, and/or termination of a given flight
  • Ensures the safe and efficient conduct of flights, including the safety of the passengers, crewmembers, cargo, and aircraft
  • Ensures that all crewmembers perform their duties in accordance with applicable FARs, and company procedures
  • Ensures the aircraft is properly equipped and is airworthy in compliance with Federal Aviation Regulations
  • Administers the completion of all applicable forms and reports associated with the conduct of a flight
  • Conducts preflight planning and operation of the airplane in accordance with FARs, MEL/CDL, company and manufacturer’s manuals, and company procedures
  • Reports safety concerns and irregularities to the Manager of Safety and Security, and all incidents and accidents to the Director of Operations
  • Willing to adapt to meet the demands of the job, including dealing with scheduling changes on short notice. When on reserve, crewmembers must respond to a call within 15 minutes and begin travel to airport within 30 minutes of the first call attempt.

  • Additional duties as assigned

  • Embody the values of the Air Shuttle culture and standard of service to help create and maintain a positive work environment & successful operation.

Required Skills, Qualifications, and Experience

Required education and experience

  • Airline Transport Pilot Certificate issued by the United States Federal Aviation Administration
  • Must be able to read, write, fluently speak and understand the English language
  • Impeccable safety record
  • Strong work ethic, flexible, and a demonstrated ability as an excellent team member
  • Excellent Crew Resource Management skills
  • Must possess excellent oral and written communication skills, especially under pressure.
  • A minimum of the following flight hours:
    • 4,000 hours total flight time
    • 2,000 hours (PIC) in a multi-engine aircraft
    • 750 hours turboprop and/or turbojet total fight time
    • 500 hours (PIC) in a jet aircraft
    • 500 hours of instrument flight time
  • Willing to adapt to meet the demands of the job, including dealing with scheduling changes on short notice. When on reserve, crewmembers must respond to a call within 15 minutes and begin travel to airport within 30 minutes of the first call attempt.

Additional eligibility requirements

  • Airline Transport Pilot Certificate issued by the United States Federal Aviation Administration
  • Current First Class Medical Certificate
  • No accidents, incidents, or FAA enforcement actions in last 5 years
  • Valid driver’s U.S. license
  • Must have a valid passport and be able to travel internationally without restrictions
  • FCC Restricted Radio Operator's Permit
  • No person may perform any safety-sensitive function if the person has a verified positive drug test result or, has refused to submit to a drug test.
  • All Air Shuttle employees must comply with the Company’s Policies on a Drug-Free Workplace and Alcohol Misuse.
  • Must be able to pass a Non-DOT pre-employment urine drug screen and random drug and alcohol screenings in accordance with company policy.
  • Acceptance and successful completion of the Pilot Records Information Act (PRIA) utilizing the Pilot Records Database (PRD)

Work authorization/security clearance requirements

  • Authorization to work in the United State
  • Must be able to obtain a Non-SIDA airport badge by passing a background check ordered by the Airport.
  • Must be able to pass a comprehensive background check, including a TSA required fingerprint-based criminal history records check in compliance with TSA Security Program Standards and 49 CFR 1544.229 and 49 CFR 1544.230

Drug-Free Workplace and Alcohol Misuse

  • All GMJ Air Shuttle employees must comply with the Company’s Policies on a Drug-Free Workplace and Alcohol Misuse. No person may perform any safety-sensitive function if the person has a verified positive drug or alcohol test result or has refused to submit to a drug or alcohol test.

Payscale

Affirmative Action/EEO statement

GMJ Air Shuttle LLC is an Equal Opportunity Employer that does not discriminate on the basis of actual or perceived race, creed, color, religion, alienage or national origin, ancestry, citizenship status, age, disability or handicap, sex, marital status, veteran status, sexual orientation, genetic information, arrest record, or any other characteristic protected by applicable federal, state or local laws. Our management team is dedicated to this policy with respect to recruitment, hiring, placement, promotion, transfer, training, compensation, benefits, employee activities and general treatment during employment.

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