Corporate Pilot Jobs in Louisville, KY at Trilogy Health Services
Title: Corporate Pilot
Company: Trilogy Health Services
Location: Louisville, KY
WHAT YOU CAN EXPECT:
Pilots, maintains and manages King Air 250 aircraft for the company to ensure that all maintenance and operational records are up-to-date to ensure safe operations. Manages all tasks related to managing the aircraft including insuring aircraft readiness, storage, operational issues and fuel purchasing.
Duties and Responsibilities
Ensures aircraft readiness for flight dispatches and requests for services as directed by the Chief Executive Officer.
Greets owners/passengers pre-flight, makes introductions and brief on the specific flight/trip and verifies itinerary/provides passengers with weather updates and safety briefings. Assists with passenger seating and luggage storage
Makes preflight inspections prior to scheduled flight(s); studies weather conditions at destination, enroute, alternative airports and departure points, and makes any decision necessary to start, delay or cancel the flight as operating conditions indicate.
Ensures that the aircraft is clean and prepared for flight with all provisions on board for the safety and comfort of the passenger(s).
Provides the safe operation of the aircraft from taxi, take-off and landing of each flight per FAA guidelines.
Considers airport altitudes, outside temperatures, plane/passenger weights and wind speeds and directions to calculate the speed needed to become airborne.
Conducts regular maintenance checks on the aircraft’s technical performance to ensure proper maintenance as well as efficient and safe operation.
Prepares and maintains detailed evaluation reports and records of each flight, including flight plans, load manifests and flight checklists.
Acts as final authority on aircraft with respect to all areas of operation including the compliance with all applicable safety and regulatory guidance.
Complies with domestic/internal laws and regulations, company-specific policies and aviation standard operating procedures.
Plans and executes pilot activities in a professional manner, ensuring safety is maintained throughout the process through quality decisions.
Provides a high-level of customer service and care throughout operations.
Communicates any maintenance abnormalities or discrepancies to the company and completes any paperwork associated with maintenance.
Monitors engines, fuel consumption and other aircraft systems during flight.
Navigates the aircraft by using cockpit instruments and visual references.
Assists with emergency evacuations.
WHAT WE’RE LOOKING FOR:
Theories and practices of the FAA and American Pilots Association for aviation safety.
Principles and methods for describing the features of land, sea, air masses, including physical characteristics, locations, interrelationships and distribution of plant, animal and human life. Compliance with external regulatory agencies and organizations for all areas of responsibility.
Operation and control, including controlling operations of equipment or systems related to the King Air 250 aircrft.
Monitoring gauges, dials and/or other indicates to ensure the aircraft is working properly.
Critical thinking and using logic and reasoning to identify the strengths and weaknesses of alternative solutions, conclusions or approaches to problems.
Ongoing development of a servant leadership culture that strives to achieve the highest ethical standards.
Organization with strong attention to detail.
Quickly and repeatedly adjust the controls of a machine or a vehicle to exact positions.
Apply intensive and diversified evaluation, selection, and substantial adaptation and modification of standard aircraft pilot techniques, procedures and criteria.
Adapt to rotating schedules and short-notice callouts.
Perform flights in day, night, and all weather conditions.
Communicate effectively both orally and in writing, and identify and recommend solutions to problems.
Maintain confidentiality and professional discretion.
Review and analyze report information, while using critical thinking skills to evaluate data for regulatory compliance.
Organize, prioritize and track multiple tasks with strong attention to efficiency and detail.
Work independently, as well as collaboratively, within a team environment.
Provide a high level of customer service in a calm and professional manner within a high-paced environment.
Bachelors degree or equivalent from an accredited college or university, or a combination of experience and training.
3000 hours total time (airplane)
1500 hours PIC (airplane)
500 hours of multi-engine time
500 hours cumulative night experience
200 hours of cumulative IFR (Instrument Flight Rules) and/or VFR (Visual Flight Rules) experience
FAR 135 experience preferred
Airline Transport Pilot (ATP)
Flight Instructor Pilot
Airline Transport Pilot
Current Class I – II – III Medical Certificate
Class I – Airline transport pilots
Class II – Commercial Pilots
Class III – Student, Recreational and Private Pilots
FCC Radio Permit
Five (5) to seven (7) years’ experience as a pilot in a commercial, private or airline setting. Autonomous Navigation Systems, Dependent Navigation or Onboard Communications and Safety Systems preferred
LIFE AT TRILOGY:
Careers close to home and your heart
Since our founding in 1997, we’ve been making long-term care better for our residents and more rewarding for our team members. We’re a Fortune Best Places to Work in Aging Services, a certified Great Place to Work, and one of Glassdoor’s Top 100 Best Companies to Work. If you’re looking for a place that embraces you for who you are, helps you achieve your full potential, and makes working hard feel less like hard work, then look no further than Trilogy.
We’re a proud equal opportunity employer. If you’re passionate about providing great care for our residents and creating a meaningful career at the same time, we’d love to meet you regardless of your background. We’re a diverse team serving diverse communities
LOCATION:Trilogy Health ServicesLouisvilleKentuckyTEXT ONE OF OUR RECRUITERS:John