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Market Group 5   Pay Grade 4    Pay Range- $106,572.14 to $173,179.73



This position reports directly to the Director of Flight Operations


The Standardization and Evaluation Manager  responsibilities include:

·         Responsible for developing and enforcing Standard Operating Procedures (SOP’s) and Pilot/Crew Resource Management for all aircraft operated by company.

·         This position will work in cooperation with the Flight Training Manager to ensure all pilot record keeping is current and correct per FAA Standards. 

·         Develop and implement a tracking record for part 61 pilot and part 125 pilot  currency requirements.



  • Five (5) or more years experience in the Aviation field.

  • Must have a minimum of 1000 hours night and 300 hours night vision experience in a tactical environment.  

  • Must have or be able to obtain a Multi-Engine Instructor (MEI) certificate.  

  • Must achieve Check Airman Certification within reasonable timeframe to be determined by the Director of Flight Operations.  

  • Holds a valid Airline Transport Pilot License (ATPL).

  • Holds a type rating for at least one of the aircraft operated.

  • Must have and maintain an FAA Class II medical.

  • Qualified in accordance with the operator's training program to act as a pilot-in-command on the types of aircraft operated.

  • Demonstrates knowledge of the Company Operations Manual, Training Manuals, Standard Operating Procedures & Company Check Pilot Manual (as applicable).

  • Demonstrates knowledge of the provisions of the civil aviation regulations & standards necessary to carry out the duties & responsibilities.

  • Ability to travel both domestically and internationally on a limited basis.

  • Ability to lift 75 lbs., routinely, climb, bend, and kneel during the course of work. 

  • Must be a U.S. citizen and hold a valid driver's license. 

  • Successfully complete a lengthy security screening process and at all times possess and maintain eligibility for the appropriate US Government Security Approval.

  • Pre-employment drug screening and pre-employment physical.  

Essential Functions:


  • Review and address standardization and training issues, develop and implement standardization training when necessary.

  • Conduct quarterly standardization meetings. 

Flight Training

  • Work closely with the Flight Training and Safety to enforce, and train to company standards.

  • Works with the training department in providing academics, topics at pilot/safety meetings, and provides instruction in the aircraft.

  • Teach and be heavily involved in NVG Operations.

  • Insure pilot training records include initial orientation and familiarization, initial flight, and airplane and position upgrade training

Special Mission Training

  • Develop, implement, and maintain, a special mission training program; integrate that program with both company training and necessary FAA training and currency requirements.

Benefits and Compensation:


Competitive compensation and benefits. 

Paid medical/dental and paid life insurance.  

Progressive facility and working conditions for all employees.

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