Pilot in Command - Embraer Legacy 600

Hawthorne Global Aviati - Ronkonkoma, NY

Full-timeEstimated: $36,000 - $53,000 a year
Position Summary

Reports directly to the Chief Pilot and is responsible for the safe and efficient operation of company aircraft while in compliance with all applicable regulations, rules, directives, company procedures and aircraft flight manuals. The Pilot in Command’s leadership, dedication, professionalism, decision making abilities and safety awareness are crucial qualities necessary to ensure the utmost service to ExcelAire’s clients and help ensure successful mission accomplishment. As the aircraft commander, the Pilot in Command is responsible for the safety, supervision, and coordination of flight crew activities from the planning phase through the completion of the company trip. The Pilot in Command is ultimately responsible for the well-being of passengers, crew and aircraft. The Pilot in Command performs additional company duties as assigned.

Primary Responsibilities

Maintain currency in the aircraft; ensures recurrent tests are accomplished on or before the required due date
Initial and recurrent pilot tests (135.293)
Instrument check every six months (135.297)
Line check every 12 calendar months (135.299)
Comply with duty time limitations and be adequately rested
Coordinate with Operations and plan the flight assignment
Obtain a weather briefing through a FSS or a source approved by the National Weather Service
A review of the current and forecast weather
PIREPS, winds aloft, flight precautions, SIGMETs, AIRMETs, NOTAMs, and ATC delay programs
Prepares or supervises preparation of flight planning considering factors such as altitude, terrain, weather, range, weight, cruise control data, airport facilities, navigational aids and fuel requirements.
Ensure that the proposed flight will not be contrary to FAR’s
Ensure that the required company forms are accessible to the flight deck crewmember
Ensure that the required airworthiness inspections have been made and the aircraft is approved for return to service (see Section 5)
Performs the required preflight inspection for mechanical and operational soundness; ensures that all communication and navigation equipment is functional
Ensure that all required equipment is on board in accordance with the procedures in Chapter 4
Supervise the loading and distribution of cargo;
Determine the weight and balance are within the prescribed limits
Completes the load manifest, if required in accordance with company procedures
Ensure aeronautical charts are current and appropriate to the route of flight

Interact with others in a professional and respectful manner
Follow up with other company departments and employees
Recommend process and communication improvements
Regular and prompt attendance
Additional Responsibilities

On-call and overtime duties as required
On the job training for new employees
Miscellaneous other duties as assigned

FAA Air Transport Pilot License with appropriate ratings (ATP)
FAA First Class Medical Certificate
Hours of flight time
2,000 Total fixed wing
500 Pilot in Command
100 Time in type
1500 Multi engine
Annual recurrent full motion simulator training Must pass all conducted drug screens, background and security checks, and prove eligibility for employment in the United States
Excellent listening and problem solving skills
Ability to work as part of a team or independently
Ability to act under pressure and be adaptable to change on a constant basis
Ability to travel internationally
Must be near the NY metro area for a KISP base, or be willing to relocate
Physical Demands

Ability to lift heavy baggage/equipment
Ability to remain seated for long periods of time
Working Conditions

Able to work in different weather conditions
Be able to work in a small cockpit
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