|Position:||Gulfstream 550 First Officer|
|Aircraft:||GULFSTREAM - G550|
|Position Type:||First Officer, Corporate, Part 91 only|
|Location:||Newburgh, NY (US)|
|Description:||ISBAO Stage 3 certified aviation department conducting FAR Part 91 flight operations world-wide with Gulfstream aircraft. SMS-based safety programs with internal maintenance department comprised of multiple certified Master Technicians.
The SIC reports to the Pilot Team Leader, Chief Pilot or to the Vice President of Aviation in the absence of the Pilot Team Leader or Chief Pilot
The SIC is responsible to the PIC for the safe and efficient conduct of assigned flights.
Functions as the Second-in-Command for assigned aircraft. Has shared responsibility for the safety of passengers and crew and the comfortable, timely operation of the aircraft.
Ensures that the aircraft is airworthy, registered and that the required documentation is onboard the aircraft.
Checks weather and all applicable NOTAMs where available, and determines fuel, oil and oxygen requirements.
Determines the aircraft weight and balance.
Ensures that all flight planning requirements have been met.
Ensures that aircraft crewmembers have valid licenses, medical certificates, passports and visas (when required).
Completes an aircraft preflight inspection before each departure.
Ensures the passenger safety brief is completed.
Coordinates with Operations, Maintenance, crewmembers and external agencies in the planning and execution of flight duties.
Coordinates with crewmembers and management in relation to any requested deviation from the guidelines contained in this manual.
Operates the aircraft per SOPs, Aircraft Flight Manual limitations, and in accordance with applicable FAA / ICAO rules and regulations.
Maintains currency requirements by type prior to flight.
Ensures compliance with customs, immigration and cabotage laws.
Collaborates with the crew utilizing appropriate CRM in the accomplishment of all trip requirements.
Completes all post flight duties, including notifying the company of deviations to any planned itinerary or overnight location.
Records flight times and aircraft defects.
Holds an Airline Transport Pilot license with multi-engine rating with type rating (if appropriate) in the appropriate aircraft in which the Pilot is to act as SIC.
Holds an English Proficiency endorsement.
Possesses a First Class FAA medical certificate (current within 6 months for fixed-wing pilots, regardless of age).
Possesses a Bachelor Degree.
2500 hours Total Time desired.
1500 hours Pilot in Command desired.
Jet and or turboprop time preferred
Location: Newburgh, NY
Visa Sponsorship: Employment eligibility to work with American Express in the U.S. is required as the company will not pursue visa sponsorship for this position.
Comments: Role requires the ability to apply critical thought during world-wide flight operations and collaborate with highly experienced crew of aviation professionals through Crew Resource Management principles. Significant administrative work during every quarter of the year.
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