Marathon Petroleum Company is seeking a full time Pilot in the Aviation Department located in Findlay, Ohio.
The Aviation Department supports the daily functions of Marathon Petroleum Company's aviation operations. The successful candidate will serve as Pilot of Hawker 800XP aircraft. The individual should be prepared to assume additional aviation related duties and responsibilities.
Pilots Company aircraft to transport personnel, equipment, and supplies to various locations under day, night and instrument conditions; and conducts flights in accordance with FAA, ICAO and Company regulations. (Must be properly certificated and qualified according to governmental and Company regulations)
Exercises extreme care and judgment while in flight, being alert to cope with irregularities and adverse weather conditions; determine appropriate courses of action to ensure safety of passengers and Company property; acquaints passengers with use of aircraft cabin equipment and emergency procedures; sees to their comfort while in aircraft; and assists them with baggage and surface transportation.
Studies weather information in advance of flights and completes and files flight plans with FAA facilities.
Supervises loading of passengers, baggage and freight; determines that aircraft performance data and weight and balance are within certifiable limits.
Coordinates flight planning with operational and scheduling personnel to advise passengers of arrival and departure times and weather information and to resolve other passenger requirements.
Completes pre-flight inspection of aircraft; checks all consumables such as fuel, oil and anti-icing fluids to ascertain adequate quantities; ascertains that all normal and emergency supplies and equipment are placed on board; and determines that aircraft is airworthy and prepared for flight in accordance with FAA and Company regulations.
Ensures servicing, storing and proper care and protection of Company aircraft and equipment while away from home base; signs for fees and service as contracted; conducts post-flight inspection of aircraft; and reports malfunction and operating data to the maintenance department
Completes and files FAA records and reports; completes aircraft and flight reports; and maintains personal flight log and records
Studies and maintains thorough knowledge of FAA regulations, airport landing areas, air traffic control procedures, communications frequencies and techniques. Maintains thorough knowledge of aircraft flight operations and systems manuals. Studies and familiarizes self with available information on current developments, techniques, and procedures in the aviation industry.
Adheres to directions contained in flight operations related manuals, and related procedures. Will participate pro-actively in the Aviation Department's safety management system.
Degree: Bachelors Preferred
Disciplines: Any Field
Computer Proficiencies: Should be proficient in basic computer applications, including: Word, Excel, and using internet sources
Certifications: Airline Transport Pilot Certificate (Multi-engine) Hold a Valid FAA First Class Physical
Work Experience: Minimum of 1,500 hours flight experience and at least 500 hours in multi-engine aircraft (jet experience preferred), International experience or completed international initial training preferred