Baron 58 PIC / Lear 35 SIC - Columbus, OH
AirNet II is a renowned aviation leader and part of the Kalitta family of companies, specializing in scheduled and on-demand cargo charter services. Fast track your career and gain valuable flying experience by joining our team! We are searching for a highly-motivated Baron 58 PIC that will also fly our Lear 35’s as an SIC.
The position will be based in Columbus, OH (LCK). Operating a fleet of Beechcraft Barons and Bombardier Learjets, AirNet II is a premier provider of industries that require immediate turn-time and specialized handling.
- Competitive salary
- Medical/Dental/Vision insurance
- Vacation/sick time
- Per diem
- Sign-on/Retention bonus
- Yearly merit increases
- 401K with company match
- Aviation Safety Action Program (ASAP)
- Will provide a Lear 35 SIC type rating
- 1000 hrs. total time
- Hold at least a commercial pilot certificate w/ instrument rating • Must reside or be willing to relocate within 1 hr. of LCK
- Must be able to obtain and hold a First Class Medical
- FCC Restricted Radiotelephone Operator Permit
- Valid passport
- Driver’s license
- Must be eligible to work in the United States
- Must be able to lift 70 lbs.
Candidates will be evaluated on attitude and safe, professional operation of aircraft and must exhibit strong interpersonal service skills. All candidates must be able to pass an extensive background check.
Aviation Planner (Entry level)
Kimley-Horn is in need of an Entry-Level Aviation Planner with a relevant degree based in the Phoenix metro area to support our Aviation Team. We are seeking a graduate who is dynamic and motivated, has excellent analytical, problem solving, and communication skills, and a strong work ethic. We desire someone who is interested in challenging assignments, advancement potential, travel, and a cooperative work environment.
Responsibilities include assisting with the development of statewide system plans, airport master plans, on-call aviation planning services, and support in general planning tasks.
We are seeking individuals with experience and/or knowledge in all or most of the following areas: statewide system planning, economic impact evaluations, land use studies, airfield planning, airport facility requirements analysis, airspace (including Part 77 and TERPS analysis), airport master planning and related analyses, and Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Advisory Circulars and Orders.
Aviation Planner (1-3 years experience)
We are seeking an experienced individual who is a dynamic, motivated individual that has problem solving and communication skills and a strong work ethic. We desire to have someone who is interested in challenging assignments, advancement potential, travel, and a cooperative work environment. Responsibilities would include assisting with the development of airport master plans, statewide system plans, on-call aviation planning services, and support for project managers in general planning tasks. We are seeking individuals with experience and/or knowledge in all or most of the following areas: airfield planning, airport facility requirements analysis, airspace (including Part 77 and TERPS analysis), airport master planning and related analyses, and Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Advisory Circulars and Orders.
Keystone Aerial Surveys
Keystone Aerial Surveys is a leading airborne data acquisition company. We are currently seeking full-time Survey Pilots to conduct survey operations in high performance Cessna 200/300 series aircraft at our headquarters in Philadelphia, PA. [This position requires residence or relocation to Philadelphia, PA area]
An ideal Keystone Aerial Survey Pilot will not only be able to fly safely and efficiently but be willing and able to learn and apply all the concepts, procedures and tasks related to aerial surveying. Pilots can expect to fly at least 300-500 hours per year and travel as necessary for the company. Pilot non-flying duties include; preparing/coordinating missions, aircraft cleaning/organizing, training, and other tasks as assigned by Flight Department management.
Pilot, First Officer B737
Provide safe and efficient operation of aircraft in accordance with FAA and Southern Air requirements. Crewmembers will be required to travel worldwide.
FAA Multi-Engine Airline Transport Pilot Certificate or Restricted Multi-Engine Airline Certificate
Current FAA First Class Medical Certificate
FCC Radio License
- Minimum 2000 hours of total time
- Minimum of 500 hours turbine
- 1500 total time and graduate of a 141, 142, or a U.S. Military training program and holds a SIC/PIC type rating in a turbojet aircraft
- High School diploma or equivalent required; Bachelor Degree preferred
- Commercial MEL INST Airplane required
- DOT/ TSA and FAA required pre-employment checks must be completed
- Crewmembers will be required to work 20 consecutive days a month
- Legally authorized to work in the United States
- Current passport holder with no restrictions on international travel
- Has the ability to pass a 10 year security background check and a DOT pre-employment drug test
- 500 hours in a large MEL airplane, over 41,000 pounds preferred
Southern Air is an equal opportunity employer. All employment decisions are made without regard to race, color, age, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, marital status, pregnancy, religion, citizenship, national origin/ancestry, physical/mental disabilities, military status or any other basis prohibited by law. AA/EOE, M/F/D/V
Candidates can apply through the Southern Air website: http://www.southernair.com/careers
United States Air Force - Various Aviator Positions
Students with a 2.5 cumulative GPA or higher, and are within 12 months of graduation or have already graduated (27 age limit) are eligible to apply. Any academic background may apply, yet engineering students naturally excel in aviation career fields.
Unlike civilian employers, the Air Force establishes an annual application deadline. The annual deadline is at the end of each fiscal year, June 30th. Missing the deadline essential postpones the opportunity for an entire year. There is a very simple (but not overnight) process to apply for an aviation career field(s) in the Air Force. This process includes:
- Paperwork (credit check, medical prescreen, resume, 3 letters of recommendation, official college transcripts)
- Testing (Air Force Officer Qualifying Test, Test of Basic Aviation Skills)
- Interview with military officer
Students who are interested should begin the application as soon as possible, because both the Air Force Officer Qualifying Test (AFOQT) and Test of Basic Aviation Skills (TBAS) is offered pending proctor availability at separate testing centers. Moreover, testing is typically administered on a first-come, first-served basis.
Below you find the four aviation career fields the Air Force offers. Applicants may apply for as few as one, or any many as all four career fields.
- Pilot, Traditional Aircraft http://www.airforce.com/careers/detail/pilot
- Pilot, Remotely Piloted Aircraft (i.e. - drones) http://www.airforce.com/careers/detail/pilot
- Combat Systems Officer http://www.airforce.com/careers/detail/combat-systems-officer-cso
- Air Battle Manager http://www.airforce.com/careers/detail/air-battle-manager-abm
For more information, contact: Jermaine L. Johnson, SSgt, USAF
firstname.lastname@example.org (614) 361-4683 / (937) 601-USAF