The duties of the SIC shall include:
- Perform the duties of the SIC in accordance with Company standardization program.
- Call the Captain’s attention to any deviation from regulations, Company policy or safe operating practices.
- Assume secondarily all responsibilities of the Captain, and in the event the Captain becomes incapacitated, full responsibility of the Captain.
- Perform such other duties as may be directed by the Captain Ensure the aircraft is properly equipped and is airworthy in compliance with Federal Aviation Regulations.
- The completion of all applicable forms and reports associated with the conduct of a flight.
- Preflight planning, fueling, and operation of the airplane in accordance with regulations, Operations Specifications, and Company procedures. Report safety concerns, irregularities, incidents, and accidents to the Director of Safety.
- Must discharge their duties to meet legal requirements and maintain safe operations.
- Identifies and reports hazards and risk within Aerodynamics operations in a timely manner and in accordance with the Safety Management System Manual.
- Hold an Unrestricted Airline Transport Pilot Certificate issued by the United States Federal Aviation Administration.
- At least 1000 hours of actual flight time while serving as a PIC or SIC in operations conducted under 14 CFR Part 121, 135 or 91K.
- First Class Medical Certificate.
- FCC restricted radiotelephone operator permit
- Valid passport
- Must either be a US citizen or have the legal right to work and live in US
They require a drug screening, fingerprinting, and criminal/verbal background checks, as well as acceptance of PRIA information. EEOC/V