- Bachelor's Degree
- Associate's Degree
- Military Experience
- Microsoft Office
The Flight Engineer performs duties in support of the operations of all aircraft assigned to an applicable base location. Flight Engineers will plan and/or fly sorties for customers to ensure that quality products and safe operations are provided as tasked.
Conducts aircrew duties on a variety of aircraft to include, but not limited to: Boeing 747SP, DC-8, Gulfstream III, Beechcraft King Air, C-20A. Conducts flight operations in accordance with FAA, Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM), and other applicable directives, regulations, and instructions. Maintains performance standards in accordance with directives, training plans and policies to include: knowledge of safety precautions; knowledge of airfield operations; knowledge of aircraft systems, limitations and ATC regulations/procedures. Performs any and all on-site tasks necessary at operation locations for a safe, secure and professional operation. Develops training curriculum for changing configurations and equipment. Conducts training for ground school, simulator training and certification, and flight operations. Supports any administrative or flight operations scheduling / record keeping as needed. Other duties as assigned.
Bachelor's degree and 8+ years of relevant experience, or Associate’s degree and 12+ years relevant experience, or 15+ years relevant experience required.
Flight Engineer Turbojet rating, or Military equivalent (with DD 214 annotating AFSC / MOS qualification) and applicable experience required.
Have a minimum of 1,500 hours of total flight time, of which at least 500 hours are in a transport class aircraft with a gross weight of at least 150,000 pounds.
Proficiency in Microsoft Office programs and ability to create, maintain and update briefings and statistical reporting required. Ability to demonstrate Emergency
Bold Face procedures from memory. Must possess a current US passport, valid through period of employment.
Formal military training or major airline training and experience in expected duties preferred.
Must meet the security requirements of the position and pass needed medical certifications.
Work Environment/Physical Demands:
Typical working conditions will be similar to office; moderate noise level.
May be required to sit in a confined space for extended periods of time.
May be required to sit at computer station and/or type on keyboard for extended periods of time.
May require strength (lift up to 25 pounds).
Required to transition (move, stoop, kneel), reach, hand dexterity, talk, hear and see.
May be required to take verbal messages per phone and face-to-face contact.
May be exposed to high noise levels; flight line working conditions.
Will be required to work at night on flight line.
Deployed operations, both CONUS and OCONUS will be required.