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Pilot - King Air B200 (Casual Employee)

Description

Job Description:

Operates company-owned aircraft in flight and ensures the safety, comfort, and convenience of all passengers. Coordinates with maintenance personnel to analyze and correct aircraft discrepancies. Must possess airline transport license with multi-engine and instrument ratings, pass Class 1 physical examination, FAA examinations, and flight proficiency tests.

The individual will be responsible for piloting a King Air B200 to support programs out of Middle River, MD. Determines flight routes, speed, and take off and landing times to fulfill scheduling requirements.

Must stay current with federal and local flight regulations.

Must be capable of taking full control of aircraft while in flight. Possesses FAA pilot certificate with necessary type ratings. Pilot or co-pilot a sophisticated single or multi-engine fixed or rotary wing aircraft.

Inspects vehicle for safety, fuel, oil and water before departure. Ensures proper aircraft maintenance and operational readiness. Maintains accurate records and logs.

Ensures compliance with pilot warrantee requirements as specified by current provisions of aircraft insurance policies and licensure requirements.

This position is Casual position and isn't Full time nor part time. The new hire will only get paid for the hours they work. Per Diem is provided for overnight travel.

Qualifications

Basic Qualifications:
-Minimum of 7 years experience
- King Air 200/300/350 Type Rating
-Recent Experience Flying a King Air (last 24 months)
- US Citizen
- Valid driver's license
- 3000 hours total flight time
- 1500 hours Multi-Engine flight time
- 1500 hours Pilot in Command time
- 500 hours turbine engine flight time (PT6 series preferred)
- Airline Transport Pilot (ATP)- Current FAA Second Class Medical Certificate
- No Incidents, Accidents or FAA Actions/Suspensions
- No clearance is required to start but would have to obtain an SSBI.

Preferred Qualifications:

Bachelor's Degree


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