Presrite Corporation / Rite Flite Aviation is seeking qualified Pilot in Command candidates for a King Air 250 aircraft based in Cleveland Ohio at KCLE. This is a two- pilot account supported by a maintenance technician flying part 91 and part 135. The Pilot-in-Command reports directly to the Chief Pilot or his\her designee and is responsible for the safe and efficient conduct of the flight assignment. They must be thoroughly knowledgeable of and comply with the Company GOM, Operations Specifications, LOAs, FAA Regulations, Aircraft Flight and Equipment manuals as well as any other information required for each flight. The Pilot-in-Command is the final authority as to the operation of the aircraft.
Tasks and Responsibilities
- Responsible for the safe operation of the aircraft from taxi, take-off and landing of each flight per FAA guidelines, Original Equipment Manufacture's (OEM) Checklists, General Operations Manual (GOM) or Aircraft Operating Manual (AOM), and Standard Operating Practices (SOP's). Greets Owners/passengers pre-flight, makes introductions and briefs them on the specific flight/trip and verifies itinerary/provides passengers with weather updates and safety briefings and explains any changes to itinerary
- Must load and properly stow on aircraft all baggage as needed
- Act as the final authority on their aircraft with respect to all areas of operation including the compliance with all applicable safety and regulatory guidance.
- Responsible for properly communicating any maintenance abnormalities or discrepancies to the Director of Maintenance
- Additionally, must properly complete any paperwork associated with maintenance abnormalities or discrepancies.
- Other duties as assigned depending on assignment.
- Complies with all FAR requirements Part 91 and Part 135
- Maintains cleanliness of the aircraft.
- Attends meetings when required, and is required for training and check-flights outside of normal duty
- Must be able to work varying hours including day and night; weekdays, weekends and holidays.
- Must be extremely flexible and demonstrate the ability to adjust to rapid changes.
- Must be able to secure appropriate airport authority and/or US Customs security badges.
- Must have a valid United States passport
- Must have a valid State driver's license.
- Must be able to read, write, fluently speak and understand the English language.
- Must be service-oriented with a neat, well-groomed appearance and a demonstrated ability to make a positive impression including a strong capability to effectively interact with passengers.
- Must demonstrate the ability to make quick and accurate decisions while paying close attention to detail, both technically and from a passenger-service perspective.
- FAA airplane Commercial Multi-Engine & Instrument ratings
- Minimum 2,000 hours total flight time
- Minimum 1,200 hours PIC (including 150 hours multi-engine)
- Knowledge of Federal Aviation regulations
- No accidents, incidents, or enforcement actions in the last three years
- Maintains a safety culture as a primary concern.
- Bachelor's Degree preferred (strong preference for aviation related degree)