5 years of continuous part 91/135/121 experience required. Falcon 900/50 experience preferred. Bachelor's Degree preferred.
Licenses: Airline Transport Pilot License, Current US passport, Valid Driver’s License.
Medical: Current US FAA 1st Class medical
Minimum of 5000 Hrs TT, 3000 Hrs Multi-Turbine, 1500 Hrs jet, 500 Hrs Jet PIC.
Able to travel as required, including international travel and work varied shifts, including weekends and holidays.
Must be a team player. Have ability to lead and mentor a team.
Excellent customer service skills.
Must have interpersonal skills to deal effectively with all business contacts.
No FAA accidents/incidents.
Responsible for the safe conduct of flights to which they are assigned. Has final authority in the operation of the aircraft.
Must ensure compliance with all FAA, State, Local & Foreign regulations as well policies and procedures in company manual.
Must serve with tact and decorum with passengers while ensuring an efficient and safe operation, providing excellent customer service.
Serve as PIC of flights for which has been scheduled.
Ensure aircraft is clean and prepared for flight with all provisions onboard for the safety and comfort of the passengers.
Review and comply with all aircraft performance requirements.
Prepare flight plans and all scheduling requirements for trip planning.
Comply with additional duties assigned in daily operation of department.
Participate and have an active role in aviation safety programs and maintain proficiency and currency in operation of Company aircraft.
Maintain impeccable safety performance record in aircraft operations and in performance of department activities.
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