McCoy Corporation is seeking a skilled, experienced pilot to operate single-pilot Citation CJ and Citation Mustang aircraft. McCoy Corporation operates a chain of building supply centers in Texas, New Mexico, Oklahoma, Arkansas and Mississippi. Our pilots frequently fly to locations within these states and on occasion travel is required outside the Southwest area to other parts of the U.S. and Canada. Our aircraft operations are governed by FAA Part 91 regulation. The pilot will fly under the supervision of our Aviation Manager. For more information about McCoy’s, visit our website at: www.mccoys.com
Location: San Marcos, TX
Salary Range: Commensurate with experience
FLSA Status : Exempt
Benefits : Yes
Employment Type : Full Time
Department : Aviation
Description : The primary duty of this position is to pilot company owned Citation CJ or Citation Mustang aircraft in a single pilot capacity. The duties will consist of supporting the company requirement in the transportation of passengers, including, but not limited to: pull-outs, pre-flight prep, fueling, arrangement of ground transportation, and other duties as assigned by the Aviation Manager.
Professional Experience and & Certifications Required
NOTE: TOTAL TIMES MAY VARY BASED ON EXPERIENCE
- Must hold a valid Airline Transport Pilot license
- Minimum 5,000 hours total time
- Minimum 3,500 hours Multi-engine
- Minimum 2,500 hour Jet/Turbo time
- Minimum 500 hours single pilot time in multi-engine aircraft (preferred Citation CJ or Mustang experience)
- G-1000 Avionics Experienced
- Must have comprehensive knowledge of flight procedures, radio procedures, navigation, weather and geography of Southwestern U. S.
- Must meet approval of Company’s insurance provider
- Must hold a valid FAA Class I Medical eligibility
- Must pass FAA mandated drug test
- Must possess a valid U. S. driver’s license
- Must be eligible to work in the U. S.
- Must live in or be willing to relocate to the San Marcos, TX area (within 40 mile radius)
- Qualified candidates must have a High School diploma. A bachelor's degree is strongly preferred.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities include the following:
- Involved in all aspects of daily flight operations including:
- Maintain a current pilot's license, second-class physical and pilot logbook as prescribed in FAA and Company regulations.
- Maintain full knowledge of all regulations and procedures that apply to the operation of Company aircraft.
- Responsible for preflight preparation of the assigned flight including route planning, weather, NOTAMS, FAA filing requirements, aircraft performance, fuel availability, catering, and any other requirement deemed necessary for the safe completion of the trip.
- Ensure thorough coordination with the maintenance facility that the aircraft is airworthy and all write-ups are cleared prior to flight.
- Brief the passengers on details of the trip, emergency procedures and location of emergency equipment, time in route, cruising altitude, in route weather, destination weather and any anticipated ATC delays.
- Responsible for the crew and aircraft while away from home station and for procuring any assistance necessary to ensure schedule reliability.
- Responsible for completing the daily flight and maintenance log.
- The pilot is responsible for coordinating ground and flight operations including planning.
- Coordinate with the Aviation Manager and the maintenance facility on the status of the aircraft at the completion of each flight.
- Communicate with the air traffic controllers to ensure the accuracy of the flight plan reflects the expected circumstances of the flight.
- Understand and interpret data from instruments and controls.
- Make regular checks on the aircraft’s technical performance and position, on weather conditions and air traffic during flight.
- React quickly and appropriately to environmental changes and emergencies.
- Update the aircraft log book on a daily basis on the status of the journey.
- Carry out pre-flight checks on the navigation and operating systems.
- Communicate with air traffic control prior to take-off and during flight and landing.
- Ensure noise regulations are followed during take-off and landing.
- Write reports at the end of the flight noting any incidents or problems experienced with the aircraft throughout the journey.
- Calculate how much fuel to take, and supervise the loading and fueling of the aircraft.
- Ensure all safety systems are working properly.
- Operate the aircraft safely and economically to maximize on its ability and ensure the company spends minimally for every trip.
- Ensure that every instrument in the aircraft is checked before and after take-off to ensure a safe and trouble free journey.
- Ensure information about the route, weather, passengers and aircraft are correct.
- Analyze the flight plan, including the route and flying altitude, to ensure it accurately reflects the expected circumstances of the flight.