First Officer

Auburn University - Auburn, AL (30+ days ago)4.5


Pilots University aircraft as a first officer to provide transportation for official University business.

Essential functions include, but are not limited to:

- Serves as a first officer for University aircraft flights by assisting the captain with passenger safety, comfort, and efficient operation of the University aircraft.
- Preflights aircraft and plans flight in accordance with Federal directives.
- Reviews current policies governing the safe operation of University aircraft and suggests alternate policies to enhance safety.
- Performs weekly inspection to assess airworthiness of aircraft, cleans all portions of the aircraft interior and exterior as needed and restocks all consumable items in aircraft.
- Reviews industry and Federal guidelines for issues that impact University's aircraft operations and prepares records and maintains records required for compliance.
- Ensures all charts and approach procedure information is current and available for that flight.
- Assumes duties of Pilot-in-Command, if needed.

Minimum Qualifications
Entry into the applicant pool requires an Associates degree from an accredited institution and 2 years' experience as a professional pilot to include:

- 1000 hours total time,
- 750 hours Pilot-in-Command,
- 150 hours in AMEL,

Certification or Licensure Requirements:
FAA Commercial Pilot certificate in appropriate category and class with instrument rating; Current FAA Class II medical certificate.

The individual selected for this position will be required to successfully pass a post-offer/pre-employment physical.

Please utilize the attachment feature of our online employment site and attach the following: cover letter, resume and professional references.

A commitment to an inclusive and diverse campus environment.

Desired Qualifications
Bachelor's degree from an accredited institution in Aviation Management or a related field. MEI, typed in the 525 series aircraft and familiarity with Rockwell/Collins ProLine 21 avionics.

- 1500 hours total time,
- 750 hours Pilot-in-Command,
- 300 hours in AMEL,
- 100 hours Pilot-in-Command AMEL,
- 50 hours in turbine aircraft.

Posting Date
04-19-2018

Close Date
04-30-2018

Job Class Code
EA64

Job Category
Administrative Grade 34 and above