As a Pilot-in-Command/Captain, you will operate KPHX based corporate Dassault Falcon 7X and 8X aircraft worldwide. Our goal is to provide the safest and most reliable travel experience for Honeywell executives through effective and best in class flight operations. You will be responsible for the safe and efficient conduct of assigned flights. Duties will involve all aspects of pre-flight preparation, in-flight operations and post-flight activities. Flight duties may also include testing or demonstration of company propulsion and avionics products. Additionally, the you will be assigned administrative duties in the flight department commensurate with your skills.
- Has direct responsibility for the safety of passengers and crew and the comfortable, timely operation of the aircraft. Note: The Pilot-in-Command/Captain will not be subject to coercion by any company departmental managers or customers. Good judgment shall prevail at all times.
- Directs the activities of the Second-in-Command and ensures that all crewmembers understand fully and completely what duties they are expected to perform;
- Participates in the Safety Management System.
- Ensures that the aircraft is airworthy and registered, and all 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 databases are current;
- Ensures iPads are updated and adequately charged for the assigned flight;
- Ensures that all flight planning requirements have been met;
- Ensures that aircraft crewmembers have valid certificates, Medical Certificates, passports Ensures that the flight will not be commenced if a crewmember is incapacitated from performing duties by any cause such as injury, sickness, fatigue, or the effects of any psychoactive substance;
- Ensures that the flight will not be continued beyond the nearest suitable airport when a crewmembers capacity to perform functions is significantly reduced by impairment of faculties from causes such as fatigue, sickness, or lack of oxygen;
- Confirms any nonstandard environmental rules and procedures at the intended departure and destination airports;
- Completes an aircraft preflight inspection before each departure;
- Ensures the arriving passengers are met and checked in on the passenger manifest; Note: The PIC will also present a business card to the lead passenger.
- Ensures the Passenger Safety Briefing has been completed;
- Operates the aircraft per the Honeywell Flight Operations Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) and checklists, and within aircraft limitations;
- Continually monitors the amount of usable fuel to ensure a safe landing with appropriate fuel reserves and communicates with ATC during abnormal situations;
- Ensures compliance with customs, immigration, and cabotage laws;
- Completes all postflight duties, including notifying the Company of deviations to any planned itinerary, schedule, or overnight location;
- Records flight times and aircraft defects;
- Reports all known or suspected FAA violations or incidents to the appropriate Chief Pilot and/or Vice President, Flight Operations as soon as practical;
- Reports any act of unlawful interference to the FAA or State (Mandatory Occurrence Report), as appropriate, and to the designated local authority;
- As soon as possible, reports to the appropriate ATC facility any hazardous weather or flight conditions encountered that are likely to affect the safety of other aircraft;
- In the event of an accident / incident, preserves flight and cockpit voice recorder data;
- Notifies the appropriate authority, by the quickest available means, of any accident involving the aircraft (except where the PIC is incapacitated, when it will become the responsibility of the Vice President, Flight Operations or senior flight crewmember);
- Assumes any duties delegated by the appropriate Chief Pilot.
Qualification & Experience:
- Airline Transport Pilot Rating (ATP)
- 4000 hours flight time in fixed wing aircraft
- 2000 hours in turbine powered aircraft greater than 12,500 pounds
- FAA Class I medical certificate
- Possess the ability to establish effective relationships with executives, customers, and fellow crew members
- Strong customer service skills, high attention to detail and excellent follow-through and responsiveness
- Experience as Pilot-in-Command of large business jet aircraft
- International flying experience (strongly preferred)
- Possess a Bachelors Degree from an accredited four-year college
- Ability to pass a company pre-employment drug screening test
- Ability to pass a background investigation conducted by Honeywells Security Department
- Successful completion of initial ground, simulator, and flight training on the applicable aircraft for release to line operations
- Ability to speak and understand the English Language to the proficiency level required by ICAO Annex 1
- Type rating in either a Dassault Falcon DA-EASy or DA-7X / 8X strongly preferred.
- Bachelor’s degree preferred
Vacancy Type: Full Time
Job Location: Phoenix, AZ, US
Application Deadline: N/A