Things you should know about working as an Aviation Captain:
To serve as Pilot in Command of the company aircraft – currently Citation Excel, Falcon 2000LX or both. Ultimately responsible for the safe conduct of flights to which assigned. Must ensure compliance with all Federal, State, local and international/foreign state rules and regulations. In addition, must comply with all company policies and procedures. Is the final authority for all aspects of the operation of the aircraft? Is the visible and actual representative of the flight crew and must act with decorum while ensuring efficient and safe operation of company aircraft. Responsible for the aircraft and crew from assignment to the flight until its successful completion. Responsible for accurate completion of trip records, maintenance records as well as other records required by the FOM or regulatory authorities.
What success looks like?
• Airline Transport Pilot (ATP) Certificate with Multi-Engine rating.
• Possess a First-Class Medical Certificate renewed a minimum of annually and as needed for international flights.
• Certified Aviation Manager (CAM) desirable.
• 3000 hours total time in aircraft.
• 1500 hours in multi-engine aircraft.
• 1000 hours of turbine time.
• 500 hours of jet time.
• Bachelor’s Degree (highly desirable).
• Type Rating in the aircraft in which Pilot-in-Command duties are to be performed (highly desirable).