Misty Fjords Air & Outfitting is a reputable company staffed by a small team of dedicated people, and managed by the same family owners since 1981. We operate the King Air 200 and DeHavilland Aircraft. Our culture embodies both a safety and customer service focus, which has allowed us to enjoy a very loyal individual and organizational customer base.
Position - Pilot in Command
Pilot in Command of the King Air 200. Based out of our FBO at Ketchikan International Airport. PAKT May 1 - September 30, 2019-2020
Hours of service: Regular schedule, with 8 days off per month. Overtime pay for voluntary flying on days off. Pilots are averaging 200 to 300 hours per year.
1500 hours PIC time, or military PIC. 500 hours turbine. Preference given for Alaska time, King Air 200.
• Must be 18 years of age
• Meet the requirements of FAR 135.243b.1 and 61.159
• Possess a FAA second class medical certificate, first class required for ATP applicants
• Excellent customer service skills
• Knowledge of applicable FAA, and environmental regulations
• Excellent vision and coordination
• Strong communication skills required
• Knowledge of simple arithmetic.
Job Description • Essential Duties and responsibilities
Pilot in Command • Misty Fjords Air • King Air 200
The Pilot in Command of the King Air B200 is responsible for planning, preparation, and operation of assigned fights. Flight dispatch responsibilities are shared with a qualified Flight Coordinator, who also provides flight following support. GSA agents assist the pilot with aircraft fueling and freight loading at home base. Pilots are responsible for off-loading and any backhaul loading. Destinations are varied, ranging from Ketchikan, Prince of Wales, Baranof Island airports, and Southeast Alaska. Airports are all IFR airports with paved runways.
• . Ability to perform service operations outside and in extreme temperatures and weather
• Must be able to work at in a fast paced environment
• Must possess the ability to fluently read, write, speak and understand English
• Must be physically able to lift up to 60lbs routinely and safely, and occasionally heavier items
• Be punctual, organized and clean appearance
• Possess the ability to communicate clearly and effectively
• Ability to work self-directed and within a team
• Ability to demonstrate exemplary performance as a professional aviator
• Must pass pre-employment FAA DOT drug test and participate in random drug testing
• Basic computer skills
Competencies: Crew IFR proficiency, flight discipline, glass cockpit experience helpful.
Ratings required: ATP rating, or prior military pilot with Instrument & Commercial ratings.
Salary Range: DOE
Posted: Thu, 27 Sep. 2018
Expires: Fri, 25 Jan. 2019