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    CFI/CFII #8211; Full time instructor for part 61 ground and flight training, with the opportunity to advance into our charter department.

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    Benefits include: paid vacation, holidays, 401k, health insurance, life insurance, monthly flight bonus, discounted aircraft rental and uniforms.nbsp;

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    CFI/CFII #8211; Full time instructor for part 61 ground and flight training, with the opportunity to advance into our charter department.
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    Benefits include: paid vacation, holidays, 401k, health insurance, life insurance, monthly flight bonus, discounted aircraft rental and uniforms.

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    Preferred PIC applicants will have at least 3,000 hours of total flight time, 1,500 Pilot in Command time and 250 hours as Pilot in Command time in this aircraft type. Initial or Recurrent 142 training in type within the last 24 months is also preferred. Second in Command applicants should have 1,500 total flight time, 100 hours Multi-Engine time and ATP written completed. We will work with the right candidate to obtain the ATP.

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    Preferred PIC applicants will have at least 3,000 hours of total flight time, 1,500 Pilot in Command time and 250 hours as Pilot in Command time in this aircraft type. Initial or Recurrent 142 training in type within the last 24months is also preferred. Second in Command applicants should have 1,500 total flight time, 100 hours Multi-Engine time and ATP written completed. We will work with the right candidate to obtain the ATP.

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    At Jet Linx, we pride ourselves on our core values and commitment to be the best in the industry #8211; the best for our fellow team members and clients. If you#8217;re looking to join a team that#8217;s determined to provide a truly wonderful experience for its team members and clients - you've arrived.

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    We are an industry leader that is growing quickly and looking to expand our team of pilots. Jet Linx is ARG/US Platinum rated and IS-BAO compliant and our operations are under FAR part 135 and 91. Preferred PIC applicants will have at least 3,000 hours of total flight time, 1,500 Pilot in Command time and 250 hours as Pilot in Command time in this aircraft type. Initial or Recurrent 142 training in type within the last 24 months is also preferred. Second in Command applicants should have 1,500 total flight time, 100 hours Multi-Engine time and ATP written completed. We will work with the right candidate to obtain the ATP.

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    FULL TIME / SALARIED / HOUSING / and BENEFITS****
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    Short Term and Long Term Positions Available.
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    Trident Aircraft in sunny warm Milton, Florida is looking for Certified Flight Instructors who want to fly (a lot)!
    We are hiring immediately for US Navy Training contracts, our students are motivated and so is our team!
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    50+ Hours/month of flight time possible including paid ground instruction at competitive rates.
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    Advancement potential possible into our managed and charter aircraft fleet including twins, turbo-props and jet aircraft. We are also building a Tailwheel Program and Twin Time Building program.
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    Benefits:
    • Salary
    • Company Housing or Housing reimbursement
    • Medical
    • Fast career progression (Managed and Charter jets). We fly part 91 and 135 Jets! Our CFI's become our First Officers.
    • Free training and currency
    • IRA with company matching
    • Working for an awesome company and flying your "tail" off!!! expect in excess of 50 hrs. per month, likely much more if desired.
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    Trident Aircraft seeks resumes from experienced Light Jet Pilots seeking Full Time Employment.
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    nbsp;Phenom 100 Captain, Aircraft is operated 135 with 2 pilots.
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    Details:
    1. 14 on nbsp;/ 7 off rotation with 3 pilots
    2. Defined rest periods (12 hour recall between 6pm and 6am 7 days a week)nbsp;
    nbsp;Compensation:
    1. nbsp;Competitive Salary
    2. Medical insurance reimbursement
    3. IRA with 100% matching up to 3% of Base Salary
    4. Company Phone
    5. Company provided uniforms
    6. Reimbursement of Airman Medical costs
    Come grow with us at Trident Aircraft!!nbsp;
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    Era Helicopters LLC is seeking the top talent to join our team. Applications for VFR Helicopter Pilots working a 5amp;2 shift are accepted by applying via the link below. Applicants will be reviewed based on business needs and individual qualifications.

    DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

    • Operates their assigned aircraft in a safe and efficient manner, in strict compliance with Era Operational standards and all applicable regulations;
    • Places safety and customer service at the forefront in everything they do, both inside and outside the aircraft;
    • Maintains situational awareness throughout the entire operational region with respect to weather conditions, NOTAMs, sea state and customer offshore facility status;
    • Manages passenger movements, aircraft movements, briefings and baggage loading to ensure safety and compliance;
    • Completes necessary flight planning paperwork, preflight, fueling and oversight of manifesting to ensure compliance;
    • Maintains with accuracy both electronic and paper records to include journey logs, personal flight and duty sheets, and aircraft technical logbook times;
    • Reports all aircraft mechanical irregularities by entering them in the aircraft paper and electronic technical log and ensures aircraft is airworthy before, during and after all flights;
    • Facilitates communications with the customer and ensures Era is represented in a professional manner;
    • Primarily works in the GOM offshore region, but remains available for dispatch to Alaska or other domestic or International assignments in accordance with business needs;
    • Stays up to date on all Era operational and safety procedures; and
    • Complies with other duties and assignments as determined by the Lead Pilot/ GOM Operations Manager / Chief Pilot or Director of Operations.

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    Era Helicopters LLC is continuously seeking the top talent to join our team. Applications for VFR Helicopter Pilots working a 14/14 shift are accepted by applying via the link below. Applicants will be reviewed based on business needs and individual qualifications.

    This posting will expire in 60 days; at that point all applicants will need to reapply to the most current posting.

    DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

    • Operates their assigned aircraft in a safe and efficient manner, in strict compliance with Era Operational standards and all applicable regulations;
    • Places safety and customer service at the forefront in everything they do, both inside and outside the aircraft;
    • Maintains situational awareness throughout the entire operational region with respect to weather conditions, NOTAMs, sea state and customer offshore facility status;
    • Manages passenger movements, aircraft movements, briefings and baggage loading to ensure safety and compliance;
    • Completes necessary flight planning paperwork, preflight, fueling and oversight of manifesting to ensure compliance;
    • Maintains with accuracy both electronic and paper records to include journey logs, personal flight and duty sheets, and aircraft technical logbook times;
    • Reports all aircraft mechanical irregularities by entering them in the aircraft paper and electronic technical log and ensures aircraft is airworthy before, during and after all flights;
    • Facilitates communications with the customer and ensures Era is represented in a professional manner;
    • Primarily works in the GOM offshore region, but remains available for dispatch to Alaska or other domestic or International assignments in accordance with business needs;
    • Stays up to date on all Era operational and safety procedures; and
    • Complies with other duties and assignments as determined by the Lead Pilot/ Applicable Operations Manager / Chief Pilot or Director of Operations.

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    ***Overseas Position ***-- Responsible for performing duties as an Instructor Pilot in the AH-64E Series Aircraft and supporting simulation device(s). nbsp; Conduct qualification, refresher, readiness level, mission, and continuation training and evaluation of customer and pilots in accordance with US Army Aviation Aircrew Training Manual (ATM) requirements. nbsp;Conduct academic and hands-on performance training and administer evaluations to ensure pilot proficiency and standardization of training. nbsp;Responsible for maintaining Individual Aircrew Training Folder, (IATF) and completing required training, currency, and readiness entries. Conducts AH-64E Series Aircraft specific ground school instruction in a classroom environment, providing basic instrument instruction in the aircraft and flight training device(s), and performing flight training duties in contact, instrument, gunnery, and combat skills training to US Army standards IAW government approved ATM, FTG, and POI requirements. nbsp;Instruction may include any combination of Individual or Group instruction in an academic classroom environment and or aircraft or simulator.

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    CAPE AIR IS HIRING CAPTAINS!

    Currently hiring pilots with ATP minimums and valid ATP written for the following regions: New England, Midwest, Caribbean and Montana. Offering full benefits including profit sharing, multiple airline travel privileges, competitive pay, paid holidays and so much more.

    As an independent/employee owned regional airline that offers a unique, fun, and customer service focused company culture, we#8217;ve created an enjoyable place to work where our employees are treated like family. Since 1989, we#8217;ve established a record of safety, reliability, stability, and growth. With a fleet of Cessna 402s and ATR42s, Cape Air operates as a part 121 and 135 regional airline, providing service to the Northeast, Montana, Midwest, the Caribbean, and Micronesia.
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    For the job title Captain, the Captain may act as PIC when flying with a First Officer (who is automatically deemed SIC by job title).nbsp; The Captain may also act as PIC when flying with a second Captain who has been deemed SIC.

    The Captain reports directly to the Chief Pilot Cessna 402 and is to maintain a professional and businesslike environment in the cockpit which is conducive to the safe and efficient conduct of the flight at all times.
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    • The pilot in command (PIC) of an aircraft is the pilot aboard the aircraft who has the final authority and responsibility for the operation and safety of the flight.nbsp; This position, when assigned to a flight, exercises command authority and responsibility of the aircraft, cargo, crewmembers (if applicable) and passengers (if applicable).
    PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES:nbsp;
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    • Conducts operations in a safe and professional manner
    • Maintains vigilance during all phases of flight and avoids unnecessary distractions; does not engage in activities that would deter the safe operation of the aircraft
    • Puts forth the proper attitude and is always ready to assist other company personnel in getting the job done- this may include, but is not limited to, loading and unloading the aircraft and refueling the aircraft (after proper training)
    • Ensures that the flight crew is adequately rested and in proper dress, if applicable
    • Inspects or supervises preflight inspections of the aircraft for mechanical and structural soundness; at this time the overall cleanliness of the aircraft and windows will be maintained and the windows cleaned if necessary
    • Ensures that required airworthiness inspections are current and the aircraft is equipped for the flight assignment (charts, fuel, oil, emergency equipment, briefing cards, etc.)
    • Supervises the SIC (if applicable to flight) in order to ensure proper planning and flight preparation
    • Plans flight assignments and obtains a briefing of information relative to the flight such as weather, NOTAMs or other special procedures and instructions
    • Prepares or supervises the preparation, filing and closing of flight plans considering such factors as altitude, terrain, weather, range, weight, fuel requirements, airport facilities and navigational aids
    • Supervises loading and distribution of cargo, baggage and passengers and determines that weight and balance is within prescribed limitations
    • Ensures cargo is properly secured
    • Operates aircraft at safe and favorable altitudes, taking into account turbulence, oxygen requirements, medical needs and the comfort of passengers during flight
    • Insures preparation of flight logs, reporting of mechanical irregularities, and recording of maintenance by maintenance personnel when maintenance is performed enroute
    • Must be highly knowledgeable of the company manuals, FAA Regulations, Operations Specifications, flight manuals, etc. and other instructions pertinent to the duties required
    • Ensures compliance with FAR 135.265
    • Additional duties as assigned

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    nbsp;Cape Air is an Equal Opportunity Employer

    Cape Air/Nantucket Airlines is an FAA Part 121 and 135 independently owned regional airline utilizing a fleet of ATR-42 and Cessna 402-C model aircraft. Since its inception in 1989, Cape Air has grown considerably into an award winning airline known for providing excellence in customer service and its fun and friendly culture at the workplace. Founded by Dan Wolf, Cape Air developed from a small, two airplane, Part 135 operation in Massachusetts connecting Provincetown and Boston, to the largest independent regional airline in the United States. Earning a Part 121 operating certificate in 2004 and winning bids for Essential Air Service (EAS) routes in recent years fostered solid growth and expansion. Cape Air currently accommodates customers in six regions: New England, Caribbean, Montana, New York, Midwest and Micronesia.nbsp;
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    The captain reports directly to the System Chief Pilot. When assigned to a flight the captain exercises command authority and responsibility of the aircraft, passengers, cargo and crewmembers. The captain is to maintain, at all times, a professional and businesslike environment in the cockpit that is conducive to the safe and efficient conduct of the flight.


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    #8226; The captain is directly responsible for, and is the final authority as to the operation of that aircraft. In an emergency requiring immediate action, the captain may deviate from any rule to the extent required to meet that emergency.
    #8226; The captain will allow no one to distract any flight crewmember from their duties or to interfere in any way with the proper conduct of cockpit activity
    #8226; Supervise all crewmembers assigned to the flight, from predeparture preparation until the completion of the flight, and counseling of these crewmembers as appropriate and necessary
    #8226; Maintain currency and qualifications in all respects with regard to the requirements of 14 CFR Part 121 and the company and for notifying the company of changes in such qualifications
    #8226; Ensures personal compliance with mandated flight and duty time limitations
    #8226; Shall be in uniform and in possession of the required certificates and documents appropriate for the flight(s) to be performed
    #8226; Initiate a pre-flight crewmember briefing prior to the first flight of each day to provide for an exchange of flight information and as an aid in establishing rapport and effective teamwork. The captain will follow the precepts of crew resource management at all times during the preparation for and conduct of flight operations
    #8226; Approve all completed flight paperwork, forms and reports required by the FAA and company to ensure accuracy and proper routing
    #8226; Log all aircraft maintenance discrepancies encountered in the Aircraft Maintenance Log and ascertain that the Aircraft Maintenance Log has been properly signed off by the appropriate maintenance personnel.
    #8226; Responsible for all flight records kept in the cockpit, but may delegate the duties to the first officer
    #8226; Ascertain that the cockpit door has been properly closed and secured for flight
    #8226; Ascertain that the aircraft library, proper equipment, appropriate and current charts, maps, enroute and approach manuals are onboard the aircraft prior to departure and the GPS database is current (as applicable).
    #8226; Conduct a proper pre-flight weather check for the route(s) about to be flown. If unsatisfactory conditions exist or are forecast, confers with the dispatcher to establish a mutually agreeable alternate route or appropriate action
    #8226; Ensure the flight is dispatched and operated within prescribed limits and weight requirements at all times
    #8226; In conjunction with the dispatcher, ensures the flight is dispatched and operated in approved areas, along approved routes and only at approved airports
    #8226; Determines that the correct and sufficient amount of fuel, oil and other fluids are onboard before each departure
    #8226; Responsible for the proper servicing of the aircraft although actual refueling will normally be accomplished by a designated person or agency
    o The Captain will ensure anytime the aircraft is being fueled with passengers onboard a crew member will be stationed outside supervising the refueling process. The Captain will also ensure the Flight Attendant is positioned at the open passenger door during this process.
    #8226; Responsible for preparation of reports on irregularities or incidents with regard to aircraft incidents, damage or flight irregularities
    #8226; Submit requested reports and recommendations concerning performance, conduct and upgrade possibilities of first officers
    #8226; Informs the company of the progress or delay of the flight
    #8226; Maintains a high degree of crew coordination and cockpit discipline and ensures the proper use of aircraft checklists at all times.
    #8226; The Captain shall designate the pilot flying (PF) the aircraft and that pilot will maintain responsibility for aircraft control, navigation, and compliance with ATC clearances and/or instructions.
    #8226; The Captain shall coordinate all taxi maneuvers and maintain constant vigilance in terminal ramp areas and when crossing taxiways and runways.
    #8226; In the event of the receipt of a specific and credible threat to the security of a flight, the captain as the Inflight Security Coordinator shall notify the crewmembers of the threat, any evaluation thereof and any countermeasures to be applied.
    #8226; The Captain will notify SOC and ATC as necessary when a security threat exists which requires the intervention of an outside source.
    #8226; The Captain will make the final decision as to whether or not to make the takeoff, or to have the aircraft deiced again.
    #8226; The Captain shall be responsible for any operational restrictions, and for suspending operations whenever an airport condition report indicates that existing abnormal conditions may be hazardous or unsafe.
    #8226; The Captain shall terminate the flight if any of the limitations contained in the MEL /CDL cannot safely be observed.
    #8226; The Captain will be responsible for tracking and completing the Crew Member Initial Qualification Form if necessary. This form tracks all Qualifications such as IOE, CKS, High Minimum requirements, SOE Restrictions. The Crew Member is responsible for notifying the Fleet Manager and Assistant Chief Pilot any time a Qualification is complete.
    #8226; Authorities:
    o The Captain, in coordination with the flight attendant shall be the final authority for determination of suitability of an exit row passenger.
    o The PIC, each day, when passing through the base, will check the aircraft mailbox, pickup and insert any revisions that are there in the appropriate manuals. The PIC will complete the revision process by faxing a copy of the completed and signed transmittal form to the Manager of Operations Services.
    o At stations where contract personnel not trained by the Company are used for deicing or anti-icing aircraft, the Captain will instruct equipment operators and supervise the process, or delegate this duty to the First Officer.
    o Perform other such duties that may be required or assigned by the System Chief Pilot
    #8226; Additional duties as assigned

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    The first officer is the second-in-command of the flight and is directly responsible to the captain assigned to the flight, and will assume command if the captain becomes incapacitated. The first officer is administratively responsible to the System Chief Pilot.

    PRIMARY RESPONSIBLITIES:
    #8226; Responsible for compliance with all Federal Aviation Regulations, company regulations, department policies, guidelines applicable to their duties
    #8226; Maintain currency and qualifications in all respects with regard to the requirements of 14 CFR Part 121 and the company and for notifying the company of changes in such qualifications
    #8226; Ensures personal compliance with mandated flight and duty time limitations
    #8226; Shall be in uniform and in possession of the required certificates and documents appropriate for the flight(s) to be performed
    #8226; Assists the captain in the most efficient manner possible to make certain that the preparation and completion of the flight is in accordance with the FAR's and company policies, and is accomplished at the highest level of safety and regulatory compliance
    #8226; Assumes a leadership position in the absence of the captain, making certain all assigned duties are accomplished in an expedient and efficient manner
    #8226; The first officer will be responsible for tracking and completing the Crew Member Initial Qualification Form if necessary. This form tracks all Qualifications such as IOE, CKS, High Minimum requirements, SOE Restrictions. The Crew Member is responsible for notifying the Fleet Manager and Assistant Chief Pilot any time a Qualification is complete.
    #8226; Authorities: o Prepare and maintain all required forms, including flight logs, charts, and reports as required by the captain for his review
    o The first officer has the responsibility of aiding the captain in the safe and efficient conduct of the flight, from pre-flight planning through termination duties
    o Maintains a high degree of crew coordination and cockpit discipline
    o Responsible for acquiring the skills and judgment required of a captain
    o At stations where contract personnel not trained by the Company are used for deicing or anti-icing aircraft, the first officer will instruct equipment operators and supervise the process, as delegated by the captain.
    o Maintain constant vigilance in terminal ramp areas and when crossing taxiways and runways.
    o Perform other such duties that may be required or assigned by the captain or the System Chief Pilot
    #8226; Additional duties as assigned

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    POSITION SUMMARY

    Operate turbo-prop aircraft in accordance with FAA and/or applicable government regulations (as contractually specified), and Commuter Air Technology standard operating procedures and policies; primarily OCONUS.

    ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:
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    To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty listed below satisfactorily. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable qualified individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.nbsp;
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    Essential Functions Statement(s):
    • Fly a King Air 350
    • Special emphasis placed on flight crew members#8217; safety and government relations.nbsp;
    • Communicate aircraft deficiencies for maintenance review and correction.nbsp;
    • Prepare all aspects of flight planning both within CONUS and OCONUS environments especially combat area operations.
    • Perform ISR (Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance) flights in day, night and all weather conditions (within defined safety limits)

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    Upper Limit Aviation, headquartered at the Salt Lake International Airport, is seeking qualified candidates for the position of Assistant Chief Flight Instructor for Rotary-Wing in Temecula, California. The successful candidate will be growth-oriented, people-focused, and enjoy working as part of a team.

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    The Assistant Chief Flight Instructor Rotary-Wing will assist in the management of all operational aspects of Upper Limit#8217;s Part 141 Pilot Training School in accordance with FAA regulations. Actively works to further the mission of Upper Limit working with various departments within the company to ensure positive and sustainable growth of the flight training program. The incumbent will ensure the flight school delivers safe, professional and quality training to students, in a manner that builds on the reputation of the flight school and encourages customer retention.

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    • Participates in the development of institutional procedures, and ensures that programs and instructors operate within the boundaries establishednbsp;
    • Maintains training techniques, procedures, and standards for the school that is acceptable to Upper Limit management and the FAA
    • Remains informed of the latest developments within the business aviation community, including the FARs, and all government regulations affecting operations
    • Coordinates maintenance requirements for Flight School Aircraft to ensure operational readinessnbsp;
    • Operates within budget to maximize resources
    • Establishes and supervises the initial and recurrent training of departmental personnelnbsp;
    • Instructs flight personnel in the use of the standard operating procedures (SOP) manualnbsp;
    • Conducts annual reviews and evaluations of all department personnelnbsp;
    • Monitors all instructors to ensure all training course outlines (TCO) are followednbsp;
    • Monitors student progress to ensure satisfactory progress throughout the program
    • Ensures that each Certified Flight Instructor, Certified Ground Instructor, or Commercial Pilot passes an initial proficiency check prior to that instructor being assigned instructing duties in the school's approved training course, and thereafter that the instructor passes a recurrent proficiency check every 12 calendar months after the month in which the initial test was accomplishednbsp;
    • Ensures that each student accomplishes the required stage checks and end-of-course tests in accordance with the school's approved training course
    • Reviews pilot logbooks to ensure they are being properly maintained and updated
    • Performs end of phase progress checksnbsp;
    • Maintains all FAA required student records
    • Responsible for certifying student training records and graduation certificates

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    Upper Limit Aviation, located at the Salt Lake International Airport, is seeking qualified candidates for the position of Assistant Chief Flight Instructor for Fixed-Wing. The successful candidate will be growth-oriented, people-focused, and enjoy working as part of a team.

    SUMMARY

    The Assistant Chief Flight Instructor Fixed-Wing will assist in the management of all operational aspects of Upper Limit#8217;s Part 141 Pilot Training School in accordance with FAA regulations. Actively works to further the mission of Upper Limit working with various departments within the company to ensure positive and sustainable growth of the flight training program. The incumbent will ensure the flight school delivers safe, professional and quality training to students, in a manner that builds on the reputation of the flight school and encourages customer retention.

    Essential Job Requirements

    • Participates in the development of institutional procedures, and ensures that programs and instructors operate within the boundaries establishednbsp;
    • Maintains training techniques, procedures, and standards for the school that is acceptable to Upper Limit management and the FAA
    • Remains informed of the latest developments within the business aviation community, including the FARs, and all government regulations affecting operations
    • Coordinates maintenance requirements for Flight School Aircraft to ensure operational readinessnbsp;
    • Operates within budget to maximize resources
    • Establishes and supervises the initial and recurrent training of departmental personnelnbsp;
    • Instructs flight personnel in the use of the standard operating procedures (SOP) manualnbsp;
    • Conducts annual reviews and evaluations of all department personnelnbsp;
    • Monitors all instructors to ensure all training course outlines (TCO) are followednbsp;
    • Monitors student progress to ensure satisfactory progress throughout the program
    • Ensures that each Certified Flight Instructor, Certified Ground Instructor, or Commercial Pilot passes an initial proficiency check prior to that instructor being assigned instructing duties in the school's approved training course, and thereafter that the instructor passes a recurrent proficiency check every 12 calendar months after the month in which the initial test was accomplishednbsp;
    • Ensures that each student accomplishes the required stage checks and end-of-course tests in accordance with the school's approved training course
    • Reviews pilot logbooks to ensure they are being properly maintained and updated
    • Performs end of phase progress checksnbsp;
    • Maintains all FAA required student records
    • Responsible for certifying student training records and graduation certificates

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    Seeking First Officers for a Part 135 Air Carrier. CSI Aviation flies BE200/B300/B350 Aircraft on charter and medevac.
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    Benefits include medical, dental, nbsp;401K and vacation after first year. Annual training is also provided.nbsp;

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    HQ Aero is currently recruiting for experienced Certified Flight Instructors for openings in Tulsa, Oklahoma.

    These are Direct Hire Positions.
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    • Maintain high standards of training, air discipline and personal conduct for student pilots.
    • Maintain a 40-hour work week scheduling and coordinating with students toward their training progress.
    • Maintain training records, and complete required documentation relating to student training, progress and school operation.
    • Tests and evaluates students#8217; progress.
    • Accomplish weekly scheduling functions and submit a daily report for Student Progress.
    • Attend mandatory standardization training and perform Solo Monitor duties when required.
    • Develop and prepare course outlines, study materials, and instructional procedures for student enrolled in basic, advanced, or instrument ground school.
    • Lecture on various subjects.
    • Using synthetic instrument trainers, demonstrate operation of various aircraft components and instruments, and techniques for controlling aircraft during maneuvers such as taxiing, takeoff, and landing.
    • Observe student#8217;s actions during training flights to ensure assimilation of classroom instruction and to comply with Federal Aviation Regulations.

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