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« Priester Aviation | SIC- LR 60 | Main | Execujet Middle-East | Junior Avionics Engineer »
Wednesday
Sep132017

Priester Aviation | PIC- LR 60  

If you’re ready to join an innovative private jet charter/management company, look no further! Priester Aviation is expanding our crew members and therefore need an ambitious LR 60 PIC (Pilot in Command) to bring us to the next level. This position is located in (LGB) Long Beach California.

Certification/Requirements:

* Multi Engine ATP

* Appropriate Type Rating

* Valid Class 1 FAA Medical Certificate

Experience /Skills Requirements:

* 2000 Hours Total Time

* 750 Hrs. PIC

* 100 Hrs. in the past 12 months

Position Responsibilities:

* Supports, Promotes and complies with the goals and objectives of Priester Aviation’s Safety Management System and Quality Management System.

* Performs all Duties and Functions of an Maintains a High Proficiency in knowledge of the Priester Aviation, LLC General Operations Manual, Standard Operational Procedures, FARs, and Operational Specifications.

Physical Requirements:

* Must meet the physical requirements put forth by the CFR Title 14, Part 67 for Class 1 Medical Certification.

* Normal other activities.

Comprehensive Benefits Package

· Competitive Salaries, Annual Reviews

· Medical, Dental, Vision Insurance

· Company Paid Short / Long Term Disability Insurance

· Company Paid Life Insurance

· Flexible Spending Account

· Family Medical Leave Program (FMLA)

· 401K Plan

· Paid Vacation, Sick Time

Allowances

· Medicals

· Per diem

· Cell Phone Reimbursement

· Hotel/car rentals selected by crews

· Paid for working scheduled days off

· Company issued iPads

· Uniforms

· Passport Renewals

Applicants are subject to pre-employment drug screening, pilot record checks, criminal history records checks, fingerprinting and driver’s records checks.

Job Type: Full-time

 Apply here     

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