The Chief Pilot/Check Airman and will assume operational control of the FAA Part 135 in the absence of the Director of Operations.
Aviation Operations and Safety
1. Supervises the aviation (pilot) personnel for training activities. 2. Conducts or supervises all training activities of aviation personnel. Performs check rides with pilots as required. 3. Advises the Director of Operations regarding the training of pilot personnel and is responsible for aviation crewmembers training and standardization in compliance with the ACH part 135 Operations Manual. 4. Assists the Director of Operations in formulating operations policies, coordinates those policies, and coordinates operations and training. 5. Ensures that all aircraft are properly equipped for applicable operations. 6. Disseminates information to all aviation crewmembers pertaining to routes, airports, NOTAMS, NAVAIDS, company policies and regulations. 7. Maintains proficiency as Pilot-in-Command and proficiency in SPIFR operations. 8. Assists the Director of Operations in preparing and maintaining proficiency records, pilot files, flight schedules, duty time records, reports, and correspondence pertaining to flight operations activities. 9. Submits all reports regarding aviation personnel to the Director of Operations. 10. Maintains the aircraft copies of Operations Manual to assure that they are current. 11. Ensures that all aviation personnel are licensed, certified and supervised according to the requirements specified in the Federal Aviation Regulations. 12. Maintains current aircraft checklists. 13. Maintains safety culture and puts safety as the top priority for aviation operations. 14. The Chief Pilot may delegate functions to other personnel, but retains full responsibility and accountability. 15. Other duties as assigned by the Director of Operations.
Human Resources Management
1. Assists Director of Operations in interviewing aviation personnel. 2. Assists Director of Operations in scheduling aviation personnel, including assigning Pilot-in-Command duties. 3. Serves as the Director of Training, as described in the ACH Aviation Training Manual. 4. Coordinates and conducts the orientation of new pilot staff.
Leadership and Professional Development
1. Participates in the development, implementation, and evaluation of ACH and departmental aviation policies. 2. Shares professional responsibility for identification, development and achievement of department goals. 3. Promotes and maintains positive professional working relationships among all ACH customers. 4. Demonstrates and promotes effective interpersonal skills in confronting negative behavior or mediating conflict.
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