AIRPLANE PILOT, T40
Positions in this job family are responsible for performing highly skilled duties in the operation of both single and multi-engine aircraft for such activities as executive travel, aerial collection of planning data and aerial photography of roads, streets and highways.
Level I: Code: T40A Salary Band: K
The Airplane Pilot job family has only one level and incumbents will perform responsible work operating and maintaining state-owned aircraft in accordance with Federal Aviation Administration requirements.
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities required include knowledge of various types of navigation, meteorology, radio operation, aircraft maintenance and civil air regulations applicable to properly operate the particular type of aircraft involved. Ability is required to establish and maintain effective working relationships with others; to assess situational demands and adopt effective courses of action; to accurately follow oral and written instructions; and to accurately complete forms and reports.
Education and Experience requirements consist of possession of a current commercial pilot certificate with either single or multi-engine land and instrument ratings; and 3,000 logged hours as an airplane pilot including 300 hours of logged instrument flying and night flying. NOTE: 100 of the 3,000 logged hours as an airplane pilot must be within the twelve months immediately preceding the date of application and applicants will possess the appropriate land and instrument ratings for the type aircraft to be flown.
User agencies will require fifteen logged hours in the make and model of aircraft to be operated.