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Captain - B737

Rated

Dynamic Aviation | Other (General aviation) United States

Boeing

B737

Employment -  Permanent

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Dynamic Aviation

  • Other (General aviation)

United States | N. America

Captain - B737

  • Rated

Boeing

B737

Employment - Permanent

  • MWH - Grant County Airport

  • United States

Minimum Requirements

Total Time
PIC Time
Time on type
Type Rating
Flight Time Breakdown
License
Authority
1st Class Medical
ICAO ELP Level
2000 hours
1000 hours
200 hrs
Rated
  • 2000 total time
  • 1000 PIC
  • 1000 multi-turbine
  • 50 instrument
  • 200 737CL
ATP
FAA
Not Required
4

Addition Requirements

  • Possess a 737CL Type Rating ATP preferred
  • Possess at least a second class medical
  • Airline Training Captain experience preferred
  • Low level or special mission experience preferred
  • Able to successfully pass a Personnel Security and Background Check. The Client excludes from consideration individuals convicted of any felony or any drug related offenses.
  • Authorized to work in the United States.

Job Description

The Oil Spill Response 737 Captain role exists to provide safe and efficient operation of a modified 737-500. The aircraft is equipped with a spray system for applying dispersant on oil spills. The response area is primarily focused on U.S. coastal waters including Alaska, Hawaii and the Caribbean.

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Schedule

Roster
Duties
  • Flexibility for on-demand, ad-hoc, 24/7/365 flight operations (except during agreed time off)
  • Be at the airport within one hour of a no notice activation
  • Be airborne within three hours of a no notice activation
  • Able to respond to an oil spill anywhere the customer requests for up to 30 days
  • Maintain landing and instrument currency by flying on bi-weekly training flights
  • Fly left seat, right seat or as spray system operator, as company needs dictate
  • Accomplish company provided training for low altitude spraying, spotting and observing
  • Maintain low level flight currency and accomplish annual spotter and observer training
  • Assist with accomplishing spray system calibration checks, loading equipment inspections, dispersant equipment inspections, etc.
  • Help mechanics with completing aircraft maintenance particularly if the aircraft is AOG
  • Assist in loading dispersant, general aircraft cleaning, equipment maintenance and other general ground support duties
  • Assist in maintaining the facility in accordance with Dynamic Aviation and customer requirements
  • Other duties as assigned
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