Check aircraft prior to flights to ensure that engines, controls, instruments, and other systems are functioning properly
Contact control towers for clearances and instructions using radio equipment, start engines, operate controls
Pilot airplanes to transport passengers or freight according to flight plans
Monitor engine operation, fuel consumption, functioning of aircraft, altitudes, plane weight, weather, and wind conditions before and during flight.
Order changes in fuel, load, routes, or schedules and plan flights according to government and company regulations to ensure flight safety
Comply with company and regulatory policies and procedures.
Be an active participant in fostering safety as the fundamental precept of Landmark’s business, seeking opportunities to enhance safety and bring to the company’s attention issues that have the potential to compromise its safety standards.
High School diploma or equivalent
Minimum of 18 years old
Education and training to obtain required licenses and certificates
FAA Airline Transport Certificate
FAA First Class Medical Certificate
3 to 5 years experience
Advanced working knowledge of applicable FCC, FAA, OSHA, and environmental regulations
Proficient in computer operations and software (internet, email, database, spreadsheet, and document)
Excellent customer relation skills required
Strong communication skills required, both verbal and written
Knowledge of simple arithmetic
Possess and maintain valid state driver’s license with driving record acceptable to FAA and Company policy
Ability to perform service operations outside and in extreme temperatures and inclement weather
Requires stretching, bending, and climbing
Excellent vision and coordination
Ability to perform medium to heavy lifting
Will travel extensively and sit for extended periods of time
Landmark Aviation - 2 years ago
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