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The Maintenance Test Pilot utilizes flight test techniques to perform test flights of assigned aircraft to measure performance and handling to determine airworthiness following maintenance or modifications.
(Typical duties include the following, although specific duties vary by assignment or contract.)
- Perform test flights and demonstrating aircraft proficiency upon completion of aircraft maintenance or modifications on aircraft.
- Determine in accordance with publications and procedures the airworthiness of aircraft prior to release for flight.
- Perform troubleshooting procedures of aircraft on the ground and during flight, and makes appropriate write-ups or gives verbal instructions to correct deficiencies.
- Verify forms and records used in the performance of maintenance to ensure they comply with work performed prior to ground or flight checks.
- Run-up aircraft for alert status to perform test on modifications.
- Perform Aviation Safety Official duties.
- Interpret meteorological data as it pertains to filing a flight plan for the navigational course of flight needed for a sortie and files a flight plan for all flights usingauthorized processes.
- Ensure proper documentation is chronicled.
- Perform other qualified duties as assigned.
- Must have demonstrated communication skills, both oral and written Ability to read, write and communicate effectively in English.
- Ability to use appropriate operating navigational and communication equipment installed on the aircraft.
- Ability to calculate and annotate weight and balance logs for the assigned aircraft.
- Ability to pass required flight proficiency examinations.
- DODAviation Safety qualification and at least one former position as an Aviation Safety Officer preferred.
Experience amp; Education
- High School Diploma or equivalent.
- One thousand (1,000) or more hours of relative total flight time, and a minimum of three hundred (300) hours in the same aircraft type and design and one hundred (100) hours in the assigned aircraft.
- Must meet the experience requirements of AFR55-22, NOTAMS, AR95-10, AR95-20 and DCMA-8210 pertaining to each aircraft prior to acting in the capacity of pilot-in-command on maintenance test flights.
- Possess the appropriate FAA Commercial Pilot#8217;s License for the type of aircraft being flown, as well as all other qualifying experience consistent with AR 95-20 requirements.
- Successfully completed proficiency check within the previous 12 months.
- Possess or able to attain a current FAA Medical Certificate Second Class.
- Completion of Military flight and/or applicable training courses.
- Additional experience and education requirements may vary by assignment.
Physical Requirements/Working Environment
- Able to Lift/push/pull minimum of sixty (50) pounds.
- Able to successfully complete initially and annually thereafter during their birth months a required flight physical.
- May be exposed to extreme noise from turbine and jet engine aircraft.
- May be exposed to fumes or airborne particles; may be exposed to electrical shock hazards or work near moving mechanical parts and vehicles.
- May be exposed to a wide variety of operational circumstances, including extreme weather conditions and rudimentary infrastructure.
- Must meet or exceed the flight time and physical requirements to pilot the designated type of aircraft in accordance with FAA and U.S. Militaryminimum requirements.
- View aircraft in flight, read dials/gauges, identify small objects and hand tools.
- Able to distinguish color and judge three-dimensional depth.
- May be exposed to extreme turbine and jet engine noise, fumes, chemical mist, ultra-violet, infrared radiation, or airborne particles, electrical shock hazards, work near moving mechanical parts and vehicles.
- Physically capable of climbing/descending vertical ladders or built-in aircraft steps to heights of 10-12 feet.
- Living and working conditions at the assignment location could be remote and uncomfortable.
- Personnel should be aware of moving on short notice and under adverseconditions.
- Ability to travel domestically and internationally.
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If you enjoy the outdoors, imagine being conveniently located near year-round golfing, hunting and fishing.
This position will be responsible for operation of nbsp;a Beechcraft 1900D commuter aircraft. The position also oversees the maintenance and safety of the aircraft, hangar and runways. The Sr. Flight Manager#8217;s objective is to ensure that all flight activities are conducted according to established company Policies and Procedures, that Standard Operating Procedures are observed and that all flight operations are conducted to the highestnbsp; standards resulting in safe, secure and effective air transportation.
- Coordinate safe and efficient flight operations.
- Coordinate routine and major maintenance with management and mine management to ensure aircraft remains in an airworthy condition with maximum availability.
- Assist maintenance tracking with maintenance personnel by updating aircraft total time in maintenance tracking software and forecasting utilization.
- Order parts as needed from approved vendors and monitor parts inventory.
- Coordinate the calibration of company tools and test equipment on an annual basis.
- De-ice the plane as required, maintain sufficient de-icing fluid quantities and ensure serviceability of company de-icing equipment.
- File flight plans and maintain flight scheduling software to reflect aircraft schedule.
- Coordinate all required maintenance on hangar facility and equipment including snow removal at the hangar parking lot and ramp as required to meet flight schedule.
- Manage fuel farm maintenance and fuel supply for two airport locations to ensure compliance with applicable regulations and standards.
- Review vendor invoices for accuracy and facilitate payment for these invoices.
- Manage contract for AWOS.nbsp;
- Coordinate with the FAA during periodic procedure maintenance and periodic approach obstacle verification for RNAV (GPS) approaches to company airfield.
- Manage maintenance of runways.
- Fly and operate the drone at the mine site.nbsp;
- Ensure the aircraft and hanger facility is clean and maintain sufficient hangar and aircraft stocking levels.
- Ensure strict adherence to company FOM and compliance with all applicable CFR#8217;s.
- Pilot scheduling and approval of pilot time cards.
- Oversight of all aspects of flight crew training, both ground and flight, and ensures compliance with all applicable FAR#8217;s and company FOM.
- Mentor pilots for leadership roles.
- Performs other duties as assigned, not to interfere with crew duties and required rest.nbsp;
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Aviation pilots are among the very best in the business. Elevating our standards starts with a rigorous evaluation process, which thoroughly tests the procedural abilities and situational awareness of each candidate. HSGI is currently looking for pilots for the following aircraft.
Phenom 300Captain/First OfficerVan Nuys Airport | Los Angeles, CAPart 91/135
Learjet 75First OfficerVan Nuys Airport | Los Angeles, CAPart 91/135
Learjet 45XRCaptain/First OfficerPortland International Airport | Portland, ORPart 91/135
Learjet 35Captain/First OfficerVan Nuys Airport | Los Angeles, CAPart 91/135
Challenger 300CaptainVan Nuys Airport | Los Angeles, CAPart 91/135
Gulfstream GIVCaptainVan Nuys Airport | Los Angeles, CAPart 91/135
Falcon 2000Captain/First OfficerVan Nuys Airport | Los Angeles, CAPart 91/135
Falcon 2000LX (EASy)Captain/First OfficerVan Nuys Airport | Los Angeles, CAPart 91/135
Cessna Citation CJ3Captain/First OfficerVan Nuys Airport | Los Angeles, CAPart 91/135
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- Operations are under FAR part 135 and 91.
- Preferred applicants will have at least 3000 hours Total Time, 1500 Pilot in Command time and 250 hours as Pilot in Command time in the CE-560XL or BE-400 aircraft. nbsp;
- Initial or Recurrent 142 training in type within the last 24 months is also preferred. nbsp;
- Second in Command should have 1500 total time and 100 hours Multi-Engine with ATP written.