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19 May 2022

Executive Pilot

NC Department of Transportation – Posted by Dan Raleigh, North Carolina, United States

Job Description

How to Apply
You MUST apply at https://bit.ly/39DOMyw by June 1, 2022 at midnight EST to be considered.
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The Challenge
We are hiring an experienced Executive Pilot to join the NCDOT Flight Operations team that provides highly service-focused passenger and photogrammetry services to advance the missions of NC agencies.
In this role you will:
    • Pilot NCDOT aircraft in a crew environment under instrument and visual flight rules. These flights typically occur during weekdays with some weekends. Flights are operated in both high-density commercial service and low-density general aviation airports. Some missions may require overnight and out-of-state flights.
    • Transport passengers from NC’s executive leadership, cabinet offices, state-level departments, and state universities.
    • Serve as the pilot-in-command crewing twin-engine, fixed-wing aircraft (with potential for single engine aircraft) based out of Raleigh-Durham International Airport. You will typically pilot up to 2 separate models of turbo-prop aircraft in Visual Flight Rules (VFR) and Instrument Flight Rules (IFR) conditions.
    • Provide survey-grade aerial photography services to document highway project development, natural disaster response, and special missions across the entire state.
    • Apply your full knowledge of piloting, aircraft performance, and the appropriate regulations and policies, along with your understanding of weather conditions and communications.
    • Use standardized guidelines and policies covering most aspects of work including Federal Aviation Administration regulations, aircraft operations, maintenance manuals, and department policies.
    • Be a key team member working effectively in groups and building working relationships to enhance team effectiveness inside the flight department, as well as within the corporate and aviation communities.
    • Participate in NCDOT Aviation strategic and work planning and implementation activities aimed at identifying and pursuing opportunities for improving operations and advancing NCDOT and state agency priorities.
    •  Manage contacts made while performing pilot duties with fellow crewmembers, maintenance staff, aircraft controllers, and passengers. These contacts are to gather, exchange, or explain information concerning flight operations, weather, safety, or aircraft maintenance.
    • Perform a combination of mission types, including point-to-point passenger flights and precision photogrammetry vertical, oblique and continuous strip flights requiring the aircraft to maintain a critical course, speed and altitude with very little deviation.  Photogrammetry flights are normally at standard altitudes with minimum stress and loading on the aircraft due to maneuvers.
    • Employ comprehensive flight planning processes considering weather, navigational aids, routing, altitudes, alternative routes and destinations, loading and weight distribution, fuel requirements and the filing of IFR flight plans, as necessary.
    • Conduct pre-flight and post-flight inspections of aircraft and note all discrepancies in a maintenance log, and maintain all other necessary logs and reports related to their flights.
    • Continuously analyze aircraft performance and weather conditions in order to determine whether to continue, reroute or cancel flights. Flights can range in difficulty from clear VFR to hard IFR conditions.
    • Alternate between the pilot-in-command or co-pilot on assigned flights (all flights require two-person crews).
    • When not assigned to a mission, remain on stand-by for missions during scheduled work days.
    • Potentially assist NCDOT FAA-certified mechanics in the maintenance of Division aircraft, including annual inspections, as necessary.
    • Participate in and contribute to Division planning, implementation and reporting activities focused on advancing the agency’s vision and mission.
    • Support Division of Aviation initiatives that may range from representing the Division at career fairs to build the state’s aviation talent pool or supporting NCDOT’s robust unmanned aircraft systems program and missions.
What You Bring
    • Excellent customer service skills, a professional, safety-conscious mindset, and loves a team environment.
    • Demonstrated experience in:
      • King Air or similar multi-engine turbo-prop type aircraft equipped with electronic flight instrument system (EFIS)/flight management systems (FMS).
      • Federal Aviation Administration regulations governing the operation and maintenance of aircraft.
      • Flight planning, meteorology, aircraft maintenance requirements, air navigation, and single and multi-engine fixed-wing aircraft capabilities and performances.
      • Piloting multi-engine fixed aircraft in all weather conditions.
      • Crew resource management.
    • Your work will be reviewed through pilot logs, flight operations reports, passenger feedback, and direct observation by NCDOT Aviation leadership.
    • This position requires being on-call on scheduled workdays and ability to report to RDU within 1 hour and 15 minutes.
    • When evaluating applicant flight times meeting the basic qualifications, consideration will be given to, among other things, quality, quantity, currency and verification of training; complexity of aircraft flown; types of flight operations; and hours flown as PIC in relevant aircraft.
    • We may require ratings in multi-engine (land), instrument flying, and others as assigned.
Management Prefers
Candidates with:
    • A Bachelor’s degree.
    • Experience piloting King Air aircraft equipped with Collins ProLine 21 avionics and PT-6 equipped turboprop aircraft.
    • Corporate aviation experience.
    • Two-person flight crew experience.
    • Experience in Level-D simulator-based aircraft training.
    • Aerial photography experience.
    • Low-altitude flying experience.
Education and Experience
    • High school/GED Diploma, and
    • 1500+ hours of flight time in a closely related type of aircraft and/or type of mission, and
    • 3+ years of related experience, and
    • Certification as a FAA commercial or airline transport pilot in airplanes and/or rotorcraft and possession of an FAA Class II Medical Certificate; or
    • An equivalent combination of education and experience.
Call me: Eileen Cusyck at 919-814-0581.
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