- Posted 30+ Days Ago
- Full time
- Moody AFB, GA
SUMMARY: Serves as Pilot in Command (PIC) providing aviation support to both Government and civilian aviation contracts. Missions may be operated from various locations, including CONUS and OCONUS.
PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES INCLUDE:
- Responsible for mission planning, pre-flight briefings, aircraft pre-flight
- Mission execution, aircraft post-flight and post-flight debriefings
- Flight duties may require travel outside of the CONUS
ADDITIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES INCLUDE:
- Punctuality to work each day and prepared to work scheduled work hours
- Other duties as assigned
- Responsible for thoughtful adherence to all SNC Policies, Procedures, and Compliance regulations (internal and external)
- Minimum physical requirements to perform all duties and responsibilities, as defined by management
- Note: This position may be considered a safety-sensitive position depending on business area requirements.
- SNC job descriptions are meant as summarizations only. They do not necessarily reflect all duties and responsibilities of a position
- BS Degree in a related field is desired.
SKILLS/CERTIFICATES: R=Required; D=Desired
- Commercial/Instrument (R)
- ASMEL (R)
- Class II Medical (R)
- CFII/ASMEL (D)
- Total time 2000 hrs (R)
- Multi-engine time 500 hrs (R)
- Retractable gear time 500 hrs (R)
- Make/Model time 100 hrs (D)
- Turbine engine time 200 hrs (R)
- Possess a valid US Passport
- Prior service or commercial experience conducting Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance aviation support and/or aviation support of ground forces and operating in austere environments highly desirable
- Current AF Form 1274 TTB Refresher Training (Altitude Chamber) or equivalent (D)
- Agree to an FAA/Military Pilot Background Check
- Must be fluent in English
- This position requires a Secret U.S. Security Clearance. U.S. Citizenship status is required as this position needs an active U.S. Security Clearance for employment. Non-US citizens may not be eligible to obtain a security clearance. The Department of Defense Consolidated Adjudications Facility (DoD CAF), a federal government agency, handles the adjudicative aspects of the security clearance eligibility process for industry applicants. Adjudicative factors which affect the outcome of the eligibility determination include, but are not limited to, allegiance to the US, foreign influence, foreign preference, criminal conduct, security violations and illegal drug use.