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Eagle Creek Aviation Services, Inc. Pilot CE-550B (Citation Bravo) in Indianapolis, Indiana

We invest in our pilots and treat them like family. Come fly with us!Job Summary:The employee will be part of a crew environment, acting as Pilot in Command and Second in Command on both Part 91 and Part 135 flights. Requires the ability to con-sistently complete flights in a safe and efficient manner. Requires a flexible schedule and the ability to accept flights with little advanced notification. Weekends and holi-days are considered standard workdays, but are divided equally among all crewmem-bers, schedule permitting.Eagle Creek Aviation Services and the Naples Jet Center are among the fastest grow-ing general aviation service centers in the country. We have four locations, and our reputation for excellence and professionalism means we hire only the best people. We rely heavily on exemplary customer service and look for employees that feel the same way!We offer:A generous benefit package, competitive wages, great growth opportunities, matching 401K, paid vacations, and holidays. Insurance coverage includes medical, dental, vi-sion, life, and disability. We offer in-house, factory, SIMCOM, CAE, and flight safety training, and tuition reimbursement. This is a tight-knit community with a collaborative, supportive, and social environment. Management is compassionate, empowering em-ployees to make decisions.You would be responsible for: Preparing the aircraft for the day's flight with attention to cleanliness, requested catering, aircraft airworthiness, etc. Completing the completion of all pre-flight weather briefings, weight and bal-ance calculations, flight planning, ordering of fuel, and all other required pa-perwork per First Wing Management's operating procedures. Greeting customers as they arrive at the airport. Consistently promoting a professional flight crew atmosphere. Responsible for the strict adherence to the FARs and First Wing Management's policies and procedures. Operation of the aircraft in a confident manner with priority given to safety, pas-senger comfort and cost effectiveness. Post-flight duties including aircraft cleaning, restocking of onboard catering, and accurate completion of all trip paperwork required in terms of record keeping ma-terials. Responsible for communicating all pertinent information, including mainte-nance squawks, cosmetic issues, and upcoming maintenance events with the proper authorities. Assist with the training and development of other First Wing Management pilots.Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: Knowledge of the aircraft systems and limitations. Understanding of FARs. Understanding of First Wing Management's Operating Procedures. Ability to establish priorities, work independently, and proceed with objectives without supervision. Ability to handle and resolve technical issues and problems. Ability to effectively utilize technical documentation and literature.Education and Experience Requirements: First Class Medical ATP Certificate CE-500 Type Rating preferred 3,000 hours total flight time 1,000 hours Turbine Pilot in CommandEagle Creek Aviation Services is an Equal Opportunity EmployerApplicants must apply via our online application program

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