Top Aces is currently looking for Learjet First Officers to be based in Halifax.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
- Maintain operational safety: assess and mitigate risks to TA equipment, personnel and reputation;
- Maintain ATPL or Commercial Pilot license, medical certification, and COM required currencies;
- 100% compliance with applicable TC and/or TA regulations and training rules;
- When TA aircraft are operated outside the domestic airspace of Canada, pilots may be required to refer to foreign publications and adhere to foreign regulations in order to safely and effectively carry out their mission;
- Conduct operations in accordance with TA COM, AFM and SOPs. Deviations from established procedures should only occur for reasons of safety;
- Professional, polite, proficient combat support in accordance with customer defined requirement;
- Communicate any issues (knowledge, systems, procedures, proficiency and support) that impact your ability to accomplish the above;
- Promptly communicate any incident that results in, or has a high probability of resulting in: damage, injury, significant positive/negative perception by the customer, or media attention;
- Support engagement of other TA employees through positive, proactive leadership. Your attitude at work is contagious;
- To facilitate appropriate recognition, communicate any exceptional performance by any TA employee.
- Aircraft model: Learjet 35
- Type required: No
- Languages: English
- TC CPL;
- TC Class 1 flight crew medical certificate;
- The unrestricted right to live and work in Canada;
- Current ME/IR Land;
- 1000 hours on Multi-Engine turbine aircraft;
- Computer literate in Microsoft Office suite (Word/Excel/Power Point) and SharePoint;
- Humble and approachable with strong communication skills;
- Team player with demonstrated interest and capability to help collaborate to achieve team goals;
- Demonstrates strong and visible support of our values;
- Position requires Clearance with the Canadian Government and the ability to gain access to the Canadian Controlled Goods Program.
- Military experience an asset;
- LR-35 type rating an asset;
- Experience with formation flying, low level flying and target towing operations an asset;
- Knowledge of RCAF regulations and FF training rules an asset;
- French an asset.