The dream of flying has always been a human fascination, evoking emotions and the sense of freedom. Modern business aviation attracts people who share that passion. People from all over the world converge at Jet Aviation, creating a unique cultural mix. They combine their competencies and skills with one common mission: to serve our customers best!
We continuously challenge and develop our employees, for they are our most valuable asset. Jet Aviation as an international company offers numerous possibilities for development and opens reams of professional perspectives.
In order to reinforce the Flight Operations team in Hong Kong we are currently recruiting for a Global 6000 Captain.
Global 6000 Captain (Hong Kong-based)
Captains support the aircraft operations, maintain high standard of flight safety and operational procedures, comply with the regulations and provide the professional services to our clients at Jet Aviation Group. The role reports to Director Flight Operations, particularly on Global 6000.
- Ensure that the safety of all crew members, passengers and cargo onboard
- Ensure that all operational procedures and checklists are complied with in accordance with the provisions of the Operations Manual FOM
- Ensure that all crew members occupy their stations prior to take-off, final approach and landing
- Not permit any crew member to perform any activity during take-off, initial climb, final approach and landing except those for duties required for the safe operation of the aircraft
- Not allow any flight data and/or cockpit voice recorder to be disabled or erased, unless data needs to be conserved for the investigation of an incident or accident and would otherwise automatically be erased
- Coordinate the work distribution within the flight crew to obtain a maximum of good airmanship for the conduct of the flight
- Ensure precise navigation and observation of minimum altitudes
- Observe the limitations of all aircraft systems and ensure the proper use and handling of the aircraft
- Enforce the strict use of checklists
- Ensure that the amount of usable fuel remaining suffices to proceed to an airport where a safe landing can be made, with final reserve fuel remaining
- Maintain close contact with the cabin crew in order to ensure that all requirements concerning cabin safety are being followed
- Ensure that the flight and technical logs are completed
- File written occurrence and accident reports if the necessity arises
- Maintain familiarity with relevant aviation regulations, JBJH/JBJS operations manual and agreed aviation practices to fulfill his function.
- Maintain a high standard of discipline, conduct and appearance as a representative of the company
- Comply with the regulations contained in the Operations Manual (FOM) and the Air Navigation Order (ANO)
- Ensure that all passengers are briefed on the location of emergency exits and the location and use of relevant safety and emergency equipment
- Current on type rating Global 6000
Jet Aviation Business Jets (Hong Kong) Ltd
Ms Vivian Lung
Senior Manager Human Resources