Website RAVN Aerospace

Job description
About Us:

RAVN Aerospace is headquartered in Ellington Field, Texas with various operating sites around the country. We offer a wide range of aviation services to assist governments, international organizations, and private sector entities. The aviation services fall into three main categories: Air-to-Air threat replication, Close Air Support, and Test and Evaluation. We provide on and off-site aircraft operation for a diverse customer base in all areas of the aviation and aerospace industry with operating locations around the globe.

We maintain a fleet of three Aero Vodochody L-39ZA (Albatros) and ten BaE Hawk Mk. 67 aircraft; both have repeatedly proven to be extremely reliable in all environmental conditions, and both can carry a variety of sensors and payloads. We are currently hiring Pilots supporting government clients.

Job requirements
Qualifications and Experience:

Be a U.S. citizen; no foreign nationals permitted.
Current security clearance (minimum SECRET//NOFORN level)
Possess military tactical flying experience:500 hours total tactical aircraft time and current Armed Forces Reserve or Guard status, or
1000 hours tactical aircraft time if DoD Retired or Separated, or
1300 hours total time with 300 hours tactical aircraft time for retired/separated candidates.
Previous qualified DoD flight lead (4-ship for ADAIR, 2-ship for CCAS) in F- or A- designated aircraft.
Tactical flying qualification within the preceding 5 years (US Military Department, a foreign DoD equivalent, or a US DoD Contractor providing ADAIR or Close-air-support on another DoD contract.)*Tactical aircraft time in support of ADAIR is defined as flight hours in any Government owned F-, A- designation, as well as T-38 ADAIR, T-38 IFF, and any international exchange fighter equivalent aircraft serving as Pilot in Command, Instructor Pilot, or Stan/Eval Flight Examiner.
Note: It is possible to waive this qualification requirement on a case by case basis based on the experience level of hiring candidates.
Previous qualified DoD flight lead experience in F- or A-designated aircraft.
Current FAA Class II medical rating.
FAA Commercial and Instrument Rating.

Aircrew Responsibilities:

Primarily flying ADAIR and/or CCAS sorties in support of DoD contracts. Additional sorties may include various RDT&E support (if required).
Primary location(s) TBD upon contract award.
Expect travel up to 50%.

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