• Aircraft Pilot, Senior

    Job Locations JP-47-Kadena
    Job ID
    2019-2681
    Category
    Engineering
    Clearance Level
    Secret
  • Overview

    USfalcon, Inc., recognized as one of the fastest growing, privately held companies in the United States, is seeking a Senior Aircraft Pilot to work at Kadena Air Base, Okinawa, Japan.  This position is for full-time HH-60G aircraft ground and flight test services for the 33 Rescue Squadron (33 RQS), stationed at Kadena Air Base, Okinawa, Japan. Must have an active Secret clearance.

    Responsibilities

    • Travel will be required
    • Will serve as pilot/copilot and aircraft commander for Acceptance, Functional and Operational Check Flights, Support Flights; and Instructional Flights.
    • Will be vital in performing critical ground and in-flight checks and test flights.
    • Must be able to meet applicable physical and physiological minimum requirements (e.g. flight physical, altitude chamber).
    • Additional duties as assigned.

     

    Qualifications

    Required Skills:

    • Must possess a minimum of 2,000 hours first-pilot time in any H-60 model aircraft and 1,500 hours instructor time in the same.
    • Must possess past or current designation as an aircraft commander in any H-60 model aircraft and a minimum of two (2) years instructional flight experience in the same.
    • Possess an undergraduate or higher degree in an aerospace related engineering or scientific discipline plus one (1) year of applicable functional check flight experience; or
    • Possess an undergraduate or higher degree in any other engineering or scientific discipline plus two (2) years of applicable functional check flight experience; or
    • Possess an undergraduate or higher degree in any other non-engineering or non-scientific discipline plus three (3) years of applicable functional check flight experience.

    Clearance: An active  SECRET security clearance is required.

     

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