• Second-in-Command

    Job Locations US-FL-Deerfield Beach
    Posted Date 3 months ago(1/24/2018 3:22 PM)
    Requisition ID
    2018-2955
    # of Openings
    2
    Job Family
    Aviation
  • Overview

    JM Family Enterprises, Inc. is one of the largest, most innovative and diversified companies in the automotive industry. JM Family has been on Fortune Magazine's Best Companies to Work For for 20 consecutive years. What started with Jim Moran's passion for selling cars continues today with the dedication and hard work of every JM Family associate. Our principal businesses focus on vehicle distribution and processing, finance and insurance, retail vehicle sales, and dealer technology services. At JM Family, our mission is to be the premier provider of quality products and services. We accomplish this mission by adhering to our core values, the three C’s, the I and the A: Consideration, Cooperation, Communication, Innovation, and Accountability.

    Job Description

    We are looking for an individual that will be responsible for conducting safe flight operations as Second-in-Command of JM Family Challenger 350 aircraft.

     

    The successful candidate will ensure flights are conducted to best serve the needs of the passengers being transported. The individual may also be assigned non-flying duties as needed to meet department objectives.

     

    Job Requirements

     

    Must possess the following:

    • Airline Transport Pilot Certificate
    • Challenger 300 or 350 Type Rating Preferred
    • FAA 61.58 Pilot-in-Command check within the preceding 12 months
    • Current FAA 1stClass Medical Certificate
    • Current FCC Radio Operator's Permit
    • Current U.S. Passport
    • Current U.S. Driver's License

     

    Must have the following minimum experience:

    • 3,000 hours of total flight time
    • 1,000 hours turbine fixed wing
    • Flexible schedule required, including ability to work weekends and/or holidays.

     

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