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SCI Shared Resources, LLC Pilot/Captain in Houston, Texas

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Perform responsibilities as Pilot in Command (PIC) or Second in Command (SIC) in North America, South America and Western Europe safely and efficiently with emphasis on passenger service.


  • Safely and proficiently operate private company aircraft in compliance with FAA regulations and company SOPs.

  • Plan flights, selecting the safest and most efficient routes, providing for contingencies, determine appropriate fuel loads, and developing alternative flight plan routes. Review all pertinent NOTAMS. Review and interpret weather reports to finalize flight plan.

  • Perform aircraft pre-flight inspection verifying airworthy condition as well as post flight inspections. Determining the accurate loading of passengers, baggage and cargo including calculating and solving weight and balance problems

  • Utilizing Flight Risk Assessment Tool consistently to assess and mitigate risk.

  • Complete records and appropriate entries in aircraft logbooks/operations forms

  • Collaborates to complete complex and non-routine responsibilities working in an agile environment. Applies flight experience to resolve issues. Discusses escalated issue recommendations with peers or manager. Exhibits accountability for work and behaviors. Ensures compliance with local, state, and federal regulations.

  • Takes the initiative to discuss assignments, expectations, priorities and deadlines as well as seek guidance and coaching from manager. Notifies manager when workload is light and volunteers for additional work. Adjusts quickly to new work structures, processes, requirements or cultures.

  • Identifies efficiencies and bad or unsafe process to team and manager. Drafts standard operating procedures (SOP) and develops job aids.

  • Participation in SMS program and continuing SMS culture.


Education & Licenses

  • Associate’s degree or equivalent educational hours or technical school; Bachelor’s degree preferred

  • Commercial Multi-Engine Land Certificate, Instrument Airplane (ATP or ATP-CTP Course Completion Preferred)

  • Current FAA First Class Medical Certification


  • At least four (4) years commercial or private flight experience with advanced technology EFIS and FMS cockpit systems

  • Minimum 3000 hours total flight time completed/logged (TT)

  • Minimum 1000 hours multiengine airplane flight time completed/logged (TT) jet or turboprop

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities

  • Cognitive Ability including reason, plan, solve problems, think abstractly, comprehend complex ideas, learn quickly, learn from experience, and appropriately apply learning to new situations.

  • Process and results oriented, motivated to keep projects moving ahead by removing obstacles and exploring alternatives

  • Applies best practices in documenting business requirements in an iterative way, particularly using agile methodologies

  • Ability to create clear reports and data visualizations to assist in decision-making and problem analysis

  • Conversant in technical discipline acumen

  • Must have a positive attitude, a drive to continually advance your understanding of the industry and business, and is highly self-motivated

  • Ability to build professional and trusting business relations

  • Ability to interact and collaborate with all levels of management within department

  • Professional written and verbal communication skills

  • Proficient MS Office Suite skills

  • Work hours are completely variable Monday through Sunday, with long work days

  • Ability to travel away from home with frequent overnight layovers

  • Valid passport and the ability to travel oversees

Postal Code: 77061

Category (Portal Searching): Technical and Trade

Job Location: US-TX - Houston