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Part 135 Chief Pilot


Confidential
Oahu, HI
United States

Category
Minimum Certification Required
CFII
Minimum Flight Hours Required
2501
Industry
All Other Helicopter Jobs
Manages Others
Yes
Experience Required
Yes
Degree Required
No
Employment Type
Employee
Work Schedule
Full-Time

Job Description
Position – Part 135 Chief Pilot
 
Our client is a busy, well established, FAA Part 135 operator providing helicopter tours and operations on the island of Oahu, Hawaii and is seeking a highly qualified Chief Pilot with high-level leadership skills. The company has a culture of excellence that provides its customers with the highest level of customer service in the Hawaiian tour market.

Successful candidates will have the following key attributes:
 
  • Commitment to safety and safety culture
  • Strong leadership skills, ability to lead by example with integrity
  • Effective management skills and advanced communication skills
  • Hands-on approach, technically competent with meticulous attention to detail
  • Advanced computer skills and capability to build pilot operations infrastructure
  • Dynamic, creative problem solver who will bring a high degree of professionalism
  • Customer service oriented and ability to handle challenges
  • Solid reputation with the ability to recruit qualified pilots

Qualifications and requirements – Interested Candidates should have the following MINIMUM qualifications:
 
  • Meet FAR 135 requirements to serve as Chief Pilot and Check Airman
  • Thorough knowledge of and current experience with FARs and FAA Process
  • Direct experience as a company liaison with the FAA
  • Maintains proficiency as Pilot-in-Command and Check Airman
  • Must have good computer and writing skills. The candidate will be required to write and revise company manuals
  • Apple experience required
  • Tour experience required
  • VIP Charter experience required
  • Aerial Photo/Survey experience required
  • Competence and ability to train pilots in the Airbus As350B2 Robinson R44 Raven I and II
 
Key Management Responsibilities
 
  • Reports to Director of Operations (DO)
  • Advises DO of all flight crew requirements including training, operations, and compliance
  • Assists DO in formulating and implementing flight crew training manuals, standard operating
  • procedures, and policies
  • Submits flight operations reports to DO
  • Company liaison with the FAA in concert with DO
  • Safety Systems Conduct
  • Knowledge/flight crew management of SMS requirements
  • Reports all safety incidents in the company safety systems
  • Collaborates with DO and Director of Safety (DOS) on all incident reports to identify root causes and changes to reduce/prevent recurrences.
  • Flight Crew Supervision and Training for Part 135 Responsibilities
  • Supervision of flight crew personnel in compliance with the FARs
  • Designs and implements flight crew training: documentation, systems, processes.
  • Approves flight schedules, assigns flight crewmembers and Pilot-in-Command duties.Coordinates and disseminates information to crewmembers pertaining to routes, airports, NOTAMS, NAVAIDS, company policies, and regulations
  • Enforces pilot conduct (GOM, SMS, Company SOPs)
  • Responsible to assist line pilots with flight operations in congested Hawaii airspace
 
Key Flight Operations Responsibilities

  • Ensures aircraft are properly equipped for scheduled flight operations
  • Ensures aircraft contain current versions of the General Operations Manual (GOM), and other required documents as necessary
  • Enforces flight crew operating requirements (GOM, SMS, Company SOP’s)
  • Flight Operations Documentation
  • Maintains GOM and TM and revises as necessary
  • Prepares and maintains flight operations records: proficiency records, pilot files, flight schedules, duty time records, correspondence, incident reports
  • Develops and maintains pilot training documents (SMS, Company SOP’s)

Compensation and Benefits – The compensation package for pilots consists of a very competitive salary DOE and benefits.

Special Instructions
– Qualified and interested candidates should submit a cover letter, resume, and two references to lyn.burks@rotorcraftpro.com.



 
Job Requirements
Qualifications and requirements – Interested Candidates should have the following MINIMUM qualifications:
 
  • Meet FAR 135 requirements to serve as Chief Pilot and Check Airman
  • Thorough knowledge of and current experience with FARs and FAA Process
  • Direct experience as a company liaison with the FAA
  • Maintains proficiency as Pilot-in-Command and Check Airman
  • Must have good computer and writing skills. The candidate will be required to write and revise company manuals
  • Apple experience required
  • Tour experience required
  • VIP Charter experience required
  • Aerial Photo/Survey experience required
  • Competence and ability to train pilots in the Airbus As350B2 Robinson R44 Raven I and II

 
Employer
Confidential
Lyn Burks


United States