Fire Management Captain
At Dynamic Aviation, we solve unique challenges for our customers with innovative aviation solutions. Our focus is on operations that serve, protect, and enhance the lives of families and communities worldwide. Whether modifying aircraft to help protect our service members overseas, performing geographical mapping for scientific research, or working to suppress large wild fires on the West Coast, we serve with integrity and excellence.
Since our beginning in 1967, Dynamic Aviation continues a legacy of building strong relationships among our coworkers, community and customers. Guided by our values, our talented team of more than 500 aviation professionals provide the foundation of our success. At Dynamic Aviation, everyone has the opportunity to make an impact and enrich the lives of others.
You will grow both personally and professionally being a part of our team. We enjoy helping our employees achieve their potential and support them every step of the way.
Are you ready to make a difference in your career and in the world? Opportunity awaits!
The Fire Management Captain supports the Fire Management department and the customer by providing safe and professional short notice on-demand aerial firefighting flight operations in Beechcraft King Air 200 aircraft.
- Perform all duties and responsibilities of Pilot in Command (PIC)
- Conduct short notice on-demand aerial firefighting flights in an ATGS role based out of various bases dependent upon national firefighting needs
- Conduct on-demand repositioning flights
- Conduct flight operations in accordance with Part 135 regulations, operations specifications, and Dynamic operating procedures and policies
- Conduct flights primarily in single pilot operations and some two pilot operations
- Conduct flight checks after maintenance or for reliability purposes
- Conduct and manage operations in a remote environment while conforming to rules and procedures.
- Manage necessary work in a manner that integrates with duty and rest requirements in order to provide for the safest operation and the least amount of disruption to operations
- Become familiar with the mission requirements and determine, in conjunctions with customer, a plan for the execution of the mission
- Work as a team with Field Technical Representatives and the customer to achieve the common goal while meeting or exceeding customer expectations
- Perform necessary ground duties to include training, reports and other paperwork, regulatory requirements, and aircraft maintenance
- Other duties as assigned
- High level of integrity, honesty, and humility
- Commercial Pilot Multi-engine certificate with instrument rating
- The following minimum qualifications:
- Experience and qualifications listed in Part 135.243 PIC under IFR
- 1500 hours total time with at least 1200 hours PIC in an airplane
- 200 hours multi-engine land with at least 100 hours multi-engine land in the last 12 months
- 200 hours flying over mountainous terrain as defined by AIM 5-6-5 or other similar terrain
- 200 hours PIC night
- 500 hours PIC cross-country
- 50 hours PIC instrument – in flight
- 75 hours PIC instrument – actual/simulated
- Second class medical
- Ability to travel and make travel arrangements on short notice for movement from one fire location to another
- Ability to be issued an Interagency Pilot Qualification Card (i.e. pass the pilot carding process)
- Ability to work self-directed and closely with a team
- Ability to prioritize multiple assigned duties
- Ability to demonstrate exemplary performance as a professional aviator
- Pay Type Hourly