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Old 02-09-2011, 10:52 PM
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Here's an opportunity that requires only a High School diploma and simple arithmetic. None of this venturi tube nonsense!

Pilot 135
Tracking Code
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Job Description
The Pilot provides exceptional customer service to all Landmark customers, suppliers, and employees while observing and practicing all safety policies and procedures. Qualified candidates will check aircraft prior to flights to ensure that engines, controls, instruments, and other systems are functioning properly, contact control towers for clearances and instructions using radio equipment, start engines, operate controls, and pilot airplanes to transport passengers or freight according to flight plans. In addition, pilots will monitor engine operation, fuel consumption, functioning of aircraft, altitudes, plane weight, weather, and wind conditions before and during flight. Pilots will order changes in fuel, load, routes, or schedules and plan flights according to government and company regulations to ensure flight safety.


Required Skills
  • High School diploma or equivalent
  • Minimum of 18 years old
  • Education and training to obtain required licenses and certificates
  • FAA Airline Transport Certificate
  • FAA First Class Medical Certificate
  • 3 to 5 years experience
  • Advanced working knowledge of applicable FCC, FAA, OSHA, and environmental regulations
  • Proficient in computer operations and software (internet, email, database, spreadsheet, and document)
  • Excellent customer relation skills required
  • Strong communication skills required, both verbal and written
  • Knowledge of simple arithmetic
  • Possess and maintain valid state driverís license with driving record acceptable to FAA and Company policy
  • Ability to perform service operations outside and in extreme temperatures and inclement weather
  • Requires stretching, bending, and climbing
  • Excellent vision and coordination
  • Ability to perform medium to heavy lifting
  • Will travel extensively and sit for extended periods of time
Required Experience
King Air
Cessna 414


Job Location
Sioux Falls, SD, US.

Position Type
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Old 02-10-2011, 11:11 AM
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it says "FAA Airline Transport Certificate" so i guess that would be High School diploma and simple arithmetic and 1500
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Old 02-10-2011, 11:32 AM
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The listing doesn't say, it reads FAA Airline Transport Certificate. The listing is clearly written stating the prerequisites and requirements. Someone in HR was simply doing exactly what they were told, amazing.
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they've been advertising on and off but never seem to call anyone .
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Maybe the HR people there all only have a High School diploma and can do only simple arithmetic! hahahaha.

At least I didn't see any spelling errors like that embarrassing spelling of "Cheif" in the Spirit Airlines ad for Cheif Pilot.
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Originally Posted by vagabond View Post
Maybe the HR people there all only have a High School diploma and can do only simple arithmetic! hahahaha.

At least I didn't see any spelling errors like that embarrassing spelling of "Cheif" in the Spirit Airlines ad for Cheif Pilot.
Trust me, thats good for us. You're lucky you understood they meant to say Chief. Don't get me wrong we have some great people here but english is a second language for most people in HQ.
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