CORPORATE FIRST OFFICER CO-PILOT
JBS USA is a leading global provider of diversified, high-quality food products, including a portfolio of well-recognized brands and innovative, easy-to-use food solutions. We process, prepare, package and deliver fresh and value-added premium meat, poultry and retail-ready food products for customers in approximately 100 countries on six continents. We are also the majority shareholder of Pilgrim’s, the largest poultry company in North America. JBS USA employs more than 100,000 team members, and our corporate office is located in beautiful West Greeley, Colorado, where our 1,200 team members onsite enjoy more than 300 days of sunshine a year.
We are seeking an experienced Co-Pilot for our Corporate Flight department. The Co-Pilot must be based within 1 hour commute of our Flight Department hangar in Greeley, CO (northern CO).
- Pilot/SIC reports directly to the Chief Pilot
- Reports to the PIC for any scheduled trip
- Responsible for the exterior preflight, onboard supplies status, selection of appropriate navigation charts, and refueling operations unless assigned otherwise by the PIC.
- Will conduct all flight operations including pre-departure briefing and post flight de-briefing utilizing Standard Management Procedures (SMP’s) outlined in the Cockpit Management Resources “Quantum Pro” or equivalent Management System
- Employee will adhere to the requirements and responsibilities set forth in the JBS USA flight operations Manual, assigned Standard Operating Procedures manual, and all FAA, state, and foreign regulations
- Be prepared to assume the duties of the PIC in the event the PIC in incapacitated
- Minimum of 3,000 Hours total time - this should include a minimum of 1,000 hours in a multi-engine aircraft, 500 hours multi-engine Pilot-In-Command and 100 hours in a jet powered aircraft
- Flight training from a FAR Part 141 school preferred
- Four-year degree in aerospace science or math from an accredited College or Universe. Other major fields of study will be considered on a case by case bases.
- Commercial Pilot certificate, ATP preferred
- Instrument Rating
- First Class FAA Medical Certificate
- FCC Restricted Radio Telephone Operators Permit
- At Company expense, a newly hired pilot will be expected to obtain an Airline Transport Pilot rating within the first year of employment
- Three years continuous experience actively engaged as a flight crew member operating corporate turbojet aircraft
- Demonstrates ability to effectively establish and maintain working relationships with peers, supervisors and customers throughout the organization
- Exhibits excellent oral, written and interpersonal communication skills
- Observes standards of conduct that will inspire confidence in the crew and respect for the company
- Must have a complete working knowledge of all aircraft systems, how they operate normally, and all procedures used in emergency situations in the event of a system malfunction