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Summary and Objective
The Second In Command (SIC) reports administratively to the Chief Pilot. The SIC reports to the Pilot-in-Command (PIC) during flight. The SIC assists the PIC in preparing and ensuring the safe and efficient operation of company aircraft in accordance with the Federal Aviation Regulations and company procedures.
Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform these essential functions.
Safe and efficient flight operations for domestic trip assignments operating under Part 135 regulations while maintaining a high level of customer service.
Maintain a high degree of professionalism, and ability to coordinate and lead the crew
Greeting of passengers, assistance with passenger seating, and luggage storage
Conduct passenger briefings and respond to passenger requests/needs
Adhere to the duties and responsibilities stated in all company procedures manuals.
Maintain a current first class medical certificate as required by policy and notify the company if a medical (physical or mental) condition may impair the ability to perform flight duties.
Perform other duties as assigned
Skills and Abilities:
Being a self-starter who is highly motivated with strong initiative
Interpersonal skills with an emphasis on strong communication skills in both oral and written forms
Effective time management
Attention to detail
Focus on excellence
Accountability and having hard conversations
Other cognitive processingMemorization
Reasoning and connecting ideas
Adept quick learning
Problem finding and solving
Exposure to loud noises including but not limited to airplane machinery and jet engines.
Typical outdoor and industrial/hangar environments.
Some exposure extreme temperatures are to be expected due to travel requirements
Typical business aircraft interior, tight possibly cramped space.
Ability to see and hear clearly
Ability to read, comprehend, and speak English clearly
Ability to climb, twist, bend, crouch, stoop, kneel, and crawl
Ability to move in tight quarters
Ability to sit, stand, and walk for extended periods
Ability to work in all weather conditions as needed
Ability to regularly push/pull up to 70 pounds
Ability to regularly lift/move up to 50 pounds
Dress Code and Uniform
Adherence to department dress code
Travel required 100 while on rotation.
Required education and experience
Working knowledge of all Federal Aviation Regulations applicable to Part 135.
Thorough knowledge of FAA, ICAO, & other international flight operations regulations
Strong organizational skills & advanced multi-tasking abilities
Strong interpersonal, verbal/written, and presentation skills are necessary to perform job at the expected level
Computer skills necessary to operate word processing, email and web-based and/or mobile device applications
Must possess a passionate attention to detail and the ability to work in a team atmosphere
Ability to present a well-groomed appearance at all times adhering to company standards
FAA First Class Medical
At least 1,500 hours Total Time (Fixed Wing)
Ability to obtain and maintain CANPASS authorization for unrestricted travel to/from Canada as a commercial pilot.
Appropriate Type Rating