Perform as a L-382G type rated pilot, to include operating for a Part 125 operation CONUS and OCONUS.
Must be able to travel overseas 4-7 months per year; in 45-60 day blocks (this can varying dependent on a number of variables).
Must be able to utilize a wide range of weather, flight, and mission planning software e.g., FalconView, JeppView, FlightDeck, et cetera.
Ensure flights are conducted in the safest manner possible; determining all flight/mission/risk parameters.
Must be able to operate aircraft into and out of sparsely populated mountainous/desert terrain and heavily populated urban areas often under adverse conditions.
Must be current with all relevant FAA regulations.
At times live in austere environments and living conditions overseas.
Incumbent must be able to perform other duties assigned.
Must have the ability to achieve and maintain currency/proficiency as a Captain (achieve Captain status in less than 36 months).
Must maintain aircraft flight logs and records Incumbent must be able to fly to ATP standards on employment (FAA-S-8081-5 and FAA-S-8081-20), and must be able obtain ATP within 48 months of employment.
Work at varying cabin altitudes and conditions performing crewmember duties Perform job tasks in a variety of environmental conditions, in hot and cold temperatures (90 degrees F), at high elevations, in dusty conditions, for extended and irregular hours, near fumes, in stressful conditions, under high noise conditions.
Shall be able to prepare written documents such as daily flight reports, log sheets, test reports, and other company reports in a clear and concise manner.
Must adhere to all corporate policies, procedures, programs, goals and priorities, company core values and practices (Employee Resource Guide and other company standards)
Officer must successfully complete and maintain all individual and unit level training and professional development assigned.
Must be familiar with laws regarding EEO and workplace behavior Shall be customer focused Perform as a rated aircraft pilot, as First Officer (FO) and eventual Captain.
Candidates will be assigned flight duties commensurate with their professional qualifications and experience; company operates Lockheed L-100-30/L-382G cargo aircraft.
All flight (FL) codes are deployable positions, CONUS and OCONUS travel is required.
Shall have and maintain a FAA Class I medical.
FAA commercial aircraft with instrument rating, 1,200 hours (600 hours of which must be in a large twin-turbo prop aircraft).
Applicants shall have a minimum of 100 hours of NVG experience.
Also, applicants must have held a flying position (civil or military) within the preceding year.
Desired qualifications are: ATP certificate, MEI, U.S. military experience, flight experience in C-130/L-382G operated aircraft (type rating preferred), and international flight experience.
Candidates will have familiarity with aircraft, airmen, airspace and operating FARs; highly skilled and familiar with a range of aviation best practices, concepts and procedures.
Must have an undergraduate degree (preferred graduate degree)
Must have FAA commercial with instrument rating
Must have current FAA Class I medical with ATP, without ATP Class II Preferred candidates are type rated in L-382G operated aircraft, Part 125 PIC, and ATP Valid US drivers license and passport.