Pacific Coast Jet

CAREERS

Position – Assistant Chief Pilot
Type of Position: Permanent, Part-time
Location:
Oakland, California
Department:
Flight Operations
Reports to:
Chief Pilot
Safety Sensitive:
Yes

Emailjobs@pcjets.com

This is a safety sensitive position and is subject to testing under a FAA mandated drug and alcohol program.

Purpose of Role:
The Assistant Chief Pilot is accountable for the professional standards of the flight crews under the authority of the Chief Pilot and operations and training safety management goals. Assists in overseeing the day-to-day operations of the flight department, including but not limited to – Scheduling of flight crews, review of Flight Risk Assessment Tools, administering quarterly conversations, performance reviews, assisting with the hiring of new flight crew, management of pilot staff.

Key Duties and Responsibilities:

Assists Chief Pilot in the following:
• Safe operation of all aircraft
• Assist in the hiring procedures.
• Perform back door reference checks on potential new hires.
• Perform quarterly conversations, performance reviews, and disciplinary coaching
• Assist Chief Pilot with Pilot Recognition program and Manage flight releases and tracking
• Assist in scheduling crew time-off
• Create and distribute memos for pilots regarding updates, SOP’ s, etc.
• Co-Chair Orientation and INDOC for new PIC/SIC along with HR
• Assist Chief Pilot with Pilot Townhall meetings
• Act as liaison for pilots regarding technical issues
• Participate and contribute in various flight operations meetings
• Manage pilot relationships and open communication

Qualifications Required:
Education & Experience
• Holds a valid Commercial Pilot or ATP Certificate
• Requires a minimum of 1-year experience directly related to 135 training or equivalent combination of education and experience.
• Familiar with standard concepts, practices, and procedures within the 135-operation environment.
• Has a minimum of 500 hours total flight time
• Has no accidents or incidents within the last five years

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:
• Excellent leadership, presentation, and communication skills, both verbal and written.
• Strong planning and organizational skills
• Proficiency in Microsoft Office 365 and JI software required.
• Proficient with MS, Jet Insight, etc.,
• Excellent analytical writing skills.
• Strong interpersonal skills and extremely resourceful.

As we continue to grow, we strive to remain as adaptable, motivated, and responsive to our new employees as we are to our customers. We pride ourselves on being customer-focused while maintaining open communication with our staff. The world of charter aviation is an exciting area in which to work, and we’ll continue working to ensure our organization remains dynamic and on the cutting edge.

We’re continuously transforming the way we operate in order to improve our services. Our employees and partners have continued to meet the challenges of our field and excel. We are very proud of where we are today, and excited about where we are headed. Our team is our most important and greatest asset. We could not accomplish what we do every day without our employees.

Here are a few specific benefits PCJ team members experience:
• Health, Dental and Vision insurance
• 401k plan
• Flex Spending Account with employer matching
• Competitive compensation

(We truly appreciate the time that you invested in submitting your resume. Please know our Hiring Team will get back to you should your qualifications match the job position requirements.)


Position – Citation X Captain
Address – 8517 Earhart Rd., #170, Oakland, CA 94621
Emailjobs@pcjets.com


We now have a variety of new scheduling options to choose from:

LOCALLY BASED:
• Live within 2 hours driving distance of Oakland, CA
• Flexible Schedule Options
• Fixed Schedule Options
• Highly Competitive Salary

HOME BASED:
• Live within 1 Hour of Approved Gateway Airports
• Choice of Fixed Schedule Options
• Company Sponsored Accommodations
• Positive Space Air Travel
• Ground Transportation Allowance
• Highly Competitive Salary

DRIVE IN COMMUTER:
• Live within 4 Hours of Oakland, Ca.
• Choice of Fixed Schedule Options
• Company Sponsored Accommodations
• Mileage Reimbursement
• Highly Competitive Salary

PCJ is seeking a full-time Citation X Captain in Oakland, CA. The aircraft will be flown part 91 for the owners, and part 135 for charter. Estimated flying will average 40-60 hours per month.

Minimum Qualifications:
• Commercial License
• ATP Required
• 250+ hours PIC in CE-750 type and 500 Hours Total Time in CE-750
• 2000+ hours PIC multi-engine time
• 3500+ minimum total hours

When applying, please note the following information in the BODY OF YOUR EMAIL:
1) Your CE-750 TOTAL TIME
2) The date of your last CE-750 training
3) Other type ratings held from the following: CE-510, CE-525, CE-560, CE-680, EMB-500, EMB-505, CL-604, CL-605, & G-IVSP

As we continue to grow, we strive to remain as adaptable, motivated, and responsive to our new employees as we are to our customers. We pride ourselves on being customer-focused while maintaining open communication with our staff. The world of charter aviation is an exciting area in which to work, and we’ll continue working to ensure our organization remains dynamic and on the cutting edge.

We’re continuously transforming the way we operate in order to improve our services. Our employees and partners have continued to meet the challenges of our field and excel. We are very proud of where we are today, and excited about where we are headed. Our team is our most important and greatest asset. We could not accomplish what we do every day without our employees.

Here are a few specific benefits PCJ team members experience:
• Health, Dental and Vision insurance
• 401k plan
• Flex Spending Account with employer matching
• Competitive compensation

We truly appreciate the time that you invested in submitting your resume. Please know our Hiring Team will get back to you should your qualifications match the job position requirements.


Position – Citation XLS Captain
Address – 8517 Earhart Rd., #170, Oakland, CA 94621
Emailjobs@pcjets.com

We now have a variety of new scheduling options to choose from:

LOCALLY BASED:
• Live within 2 hours driving distance of Oakland, CA
• Flexible Schedule Options
• Fixed Schedule Options
• Highly Competitive Salary

HOME BASED:
• Live within 1 Hour of Approved Gateway Airports
• Choice of Fixed Schedule Options
• Company Sponsored Accommodations
• Positive Space Air Travel
• Ground Transportation Allowance
• Highly Competitive Salary

DRIVE IN COMMUTER:
• Live within 4 Hours of Oakland, Ca.
• Choice of Fixed Schedule Options
• Company Sponsored Accommodations
• Mileage Reimbursement
• Highly Competitive Salary

PCJ is seeking a full-time Citation XLS Captain in Oakland, CA. The aircraft will be flown part 91 for the owners, and part 135 for charter. Estimated flying will average 40-60 hours per month.

Minimum Qualifications:
• Commercial License
• ATP Required
• 250+ hours PIC in CE-560 type and 500 Hours Total Time in CE-560
• 2000+ hours PIC multi-engine time
• 3500+ minimum total hours

When applying, please note the following information in the BODY OF YOUR EMAIL:
1) Your CE-560 TOTAL TIME
2) The date of your last CE-560 training
3) Other type ratings held from the following: CE-510, CE-525, CE-680, CE-750, EMB-500, EMB-505, CL-604, CL-605, & G-IVSP

As we continue to grow, we strive to remain as adaptable, motivated, and responsive to our new employees as we are to our customers. We pride ourselves on being customer-focused while maintaining open communication with our staff. The world of charter aviation is an exciting area in which to work, and we’ll continue working to ensure our organization remains dynamic and on the cutting edge.

We’re continuously transforming the way we operate in order to improve our services. Our employees and partners have continued to meet the challenges of our field and excel. We are very proud of where we are today, and excited about where we are headed. Our team is our most important and greatest asset. We could not accomplish what we do every day without our employees.

Here are a few specific benefits PCJ team members experience:
• Health, Dental and Vision insurance
• 401k plan
• Flex Spending Account with employer matching
• Competitive compensation

We truly appreciate the time that you invested in submitting your resume. Please know our Hiring Team will get back to you should your qualifications match the job position requirements.


Position – Gulfstream GIV-SP Captain
Address – 8517 Earhart Rd., #170, Oakland, CA 94621
Emailjobs@pcjets.com

We now have a variety of new scheduling options to choose from:

LOCALLY BASED:
• Live within 2 hours driving distance of Oakland, CA
• Flexible Schedule Options
• Fixed Schedule Options
• Highly Competitive Salary

HOME BASED:
• Live within 1 Hour of Approved Gateway Airports
• Choice of Fixed Schedule Options
• Company Sponsored Accommodations
• Positive Space Air Travel
• Ground Transportation Allowance
• Highly Competitive Salary

DRIVE IN COMMUTER:
• Live within 4 Hours of Oakland, Ca.
• Choice of Fixed Schedule Options
• Company Sponsored Accommodations
• Mileage Reimbursement
• Highly Competitive Salary

PCJ is seeking a full-time Gulfstream GIV-SP Captain in Oakland, CA. The aircraft will be flown part 91 for the owners, and part 135 for charter. Estimated flying will average 40-60 hours per month.

Minimum Qualifications:
• Commercial License
• ATP Required
• 250+ hours PIC in GIV-SP type and 500 Hours Total Time in GIV-SP
• 2000+ hours PIC multi-engine time
• 3500+ minimum total hours

When applying, please note the following information in the BODY OF YOUR EMAIL:
1) Your GIV-SP TOTAL TIME
2) The date of your last GIV-SP training
3) Other type ratings held from the following: CE-510, CE-525, CE-560, CE-680, CE-750, EMB-500, EMB-505, CL-604, & CL-605

As we continue to grow, we strive to remain as adaptable, motivated, and responsive to our new employees as we are to our customers. We pride ourselves on being customer-focused while maintaining open communication with our staff. The world of charter aviation is an exciting area in which to work, and we’ll continue working to ensure our organization remains dynamic and on the cutting edge.

We’re continuously transforming the way we operate in order to improve our services. Our employees and partners have continued to meet the challenges of our field and excel. We are very proud of where we are today, and excited about where we are headed. Our team is our most important and greatest asset. We could not accomplish what we do every day without our employees.

Here are a few specific benefits PCJ team members experience:
• Health, Dental and Vision insurance
• 401k plan
• Flex Spending Account with employer matching
• Competitive compensation

We truly appreciate the time that you invested in submitting your resume. Please know our Hiring Team will get back to you should your qualifications match the job position requirements.


Position – Pilot in Command – Challenger 604
Type of Position – Permanent, Full-time
Location Oakland, California
Reports to Chief Pilot
Emailjobs@pcjets.com

 

Purpose of Role: 

The Pilot in Command (PIC) is administratively responsible to the Chief Pilot. For the purpose of any flight that they are assigned to by the company, they shall be the certificate holder’s direct employee or agent during every aspect of that operation, including those aspects related to any pre-flight and post-flight duties. The certificate holder is accountable for their actions and in-actions during all its aircraft operations. The PIC does not have the authority to initiate or terminate a flight on their own, only to conduct a flight once released or authorized by the CP or DOO, or their designee.

 

Key Duties and Responsibilities:

  • The PIC is directly responsible to the Chief Pilot for the flight to which assigned. The PIC is required to call to the Chief Pilot’s attention any deviation from regulations, company policy, directive or safe operating practices.
  • The PIC can be held accountable by the company, as well as the FAA for any action or inaction that fails to adhere to the directions and instructions given to him by the Company. Exceptions to this requirement do not apply to instructions, clearances or notices received from the FAA, ATC, NOTAMS or cognizant foreign ATC authorities, Aeronautical safety of flight information received by the pilot, and any operations necessitated under the emergency authority of the PIC in accordance with 14 CFR, part 91.3(b) and/or section 135.19(b). The PIC will suspend/restrict operations as necessary if either operational or environmental conditions become a hazard to safe operation of their flight (guidance 14 CFR 135.69 (a)). The PIC will bring all such issues to the attention of the CP or DOO.
  • In addition, will utilize the PCJ training program to provide ground training, flight training, instruction, and practice to ensure that they remain adequately trained and currently proficient with respect to each aircraft, crewmember position, and type of operation in which then they will serve. Regulations/Guidance CFR 135.329(e)
  • Maintain qualifications in accordance with current Federal Aviation Regulations and Company regulations appropriate to the category and class of aircraft to which they are assigned.
  • Maintain a current First-Class FAA medical. They will provide a copy of that medical certificate to the Chief Pilot with any additional certification that may be required, such as in the event of a Special Issuance Certificate or Letter of Demonstrated Ability. They will ensure that an appointment is scheduled with their AME prior to the expiration of their first class medical. If he is unable to schedule an appointment with the AME prior to expiration of his Medical Certificate, they will notify the Chief Pilot a minimum of 2 weeks prior to the expiration of their Certificate.
  • Notify the Director of Operations whenever a medical deficiency exists with themselves or a member of the crew that would affect the safety of flight.
  • Ensure the navigation charts being used for the intended flight are current and up to date.
  • Keep the assigned copy of their General Operations Manual up to date.
  • Report for duty not less than one hour prior to dispatch time, one hour and thirty minutes during winter operations. This is for the accomplishment of preflight inspections, planning and paperwork.
  • Notify the Director of Operations whenever a pilot may violate any rule due to being dispatched on a flight.
  • Determines that they and their crew are adequately rested, is current and qualified for the type of flight to be flown and is in proper dress.
  • Plans flight assignments and obtains information regarding purpose of the flight, weather, operating procedures, and special instructions.
  • Prepares or supervises preparation of flight plans, considering such factors as altitude, terrain, weather, range, weight, cruise control data, airport facilities, navigational aids and obtains all pertinent NOTAMS.
  • Determines that weight and balance is within prescribed limitations in accordance with GOM section 3 and applicable airplane performance operating limitations computed performance limitations must be substantially as accurate as direct tests per 14 CFR 135.363.

1.) Files and closes flight plans in accordance with Section 13 of this GOM, with the proper equipment suffix, listed on the chart in Section 22 of the GOM, as appropriate to the equipment on the aircraft being flown.

2.) Perform a thorough preflight inspection of the aircraft to determine the aircraft is airworthy for the intended flight in accordance with the manufacturer’s Aircraft Flight Manual. This will include a records review in accordance with sections 6, 7, 8 and 10 of the GOM.
3.) Ensure that all required documents are onboard the aircraft in proper order and – condition. At a minimum, the following documents must be onboard, valid, current and unexpired:

        1. Airworthiness Certificate – Must be readily visible to an Aircraft Flight Log with at least the previous flight ending person entering the aircraft. times and cycles.
        2. Aircraft Registration Certificate the Company General Operations Manual (GOM)
        3. FCC Radio Station License – (For International Ops or use of HF radio) The Company Operations Specifications (Op Specs)
        4. FAA Approved Aircraft Flight Manual (Including Operating Limitations and Flight Manual Supplements applicable to installed equipment)
        5. Minimum Equipment List (MEL) Applicable to the aircraft being operated (When approved)
        6. Weight and Balance Data (Including Aircraft Installed Non-Essential Furnishings List (NEF) applicable to the Equipment List) aircraft being operated (When approved)
  • Ensures that preparation of flight logs, reporting of mechanical irregularities, and recording of maintenance by maintenance personnel when maintenance is performed away from home station.
  • Will ensure that all reports that will be submitted to the FAA are first submitted to the Director of Operations who will then submit them to the FAA.
  • The pilot in command will file an official near mid-air collision report (NASA-ASRS) whenever this situation occurs during any flight being conducted for the company.
  • The pilot in command will file an official NASA-ASRS whenever a situation occurs during any flight being conducted for the company.
  • He will delegate duties to the SIC as an integral and qualified member of the crew. He shall supervise the SIC in his activities.
  • The PIC is the final authority as to the operation of the aircraft; however, he is also required and expected to utilize the principles of Crew Resource Management. In that capacity, he is also expected to ensure safety by developing and relying upon his crew’s training, talents and knowledge to ensure the best performance of his team.
  • The PIC has operational control to “turn back’ once a flight has departed for reasons of safety of flight due to issues of airworthiness, weather, or other operational considerations. However, once the aircraft is back on the ground, the ability to formally terminate a flight falls to the CP or DOO or their designee.
    Assume the role of TSA In Flight Security Coordinator (ISC) and/or Ground Security Coordinator (GSC). (see PCJ TFSSP for specific duties and responsibilities)
  • Ensures the passenger briefings are accomplished in accordance with section 12 of this following GOM –
  • The PIC is responsible for all ground operations of the aircraft to which they are assigned. Examples of such operations are towing (including inspection of any suspect ground support equipment), fueling, and anti-icing inspection / prevention.

Position – Citation 525 Captain
Address – 8517 Earhart Rd., #170, Oakland, CA 94621
Emailjobs@pcjets.com

We now have a variety of new scheduling options to choose from:

LOCALLY BASED:
• Live within 2 hours driving distance of Oakland, CA
• Flexible Schedule Options
• Fixed Schedule Options
• Highly Competitive Salary

HOME BASED:
• Live within 1 Hour of Approved Gateway Airports
• Choice of Fixed Schedule Options
• Company Sponsored
Accommodations
• Positive Space Air Travel
• Ground Transportation Allowance
• Highly Competitive Salary

DRIVE IN COMMUTER:
• Live within 4 Hours of Oakland, Ca.
• Choice of Fixed Schedule Options
• Company Sponsored Accommodations
• Mileage Reimbursement
• Highly Competitive Salary

PCJ is seeking a full-time Citation 525 Captain in Oakland, CA. Our fleet of 10 (CJ2’s/CJ3’s/CJ1+) will be flown part 91 for the owners, and part 135 for charter. Estimated flying will average 40-60 hours per month.

Minimum Qualifications:
• Commercial License
• ATP Preferred
• 250+ hours PIC in Citation 525 type (C525)
• 2000+ hours PIC multi-engine time
• 3500+ minimum total hours

When applying, please note the following information in the BODY OF YOUR EMAIL:
1) Your Citation 525 TOTAL TIME
2) The date of your last Citation 525 training
3) Other type ratings held from the following: CE-510, CE-560, CE-680, CE-750, EMB-500, EMB-505, CL604, & CL605

As we continue to grow, we strive to remain as adaptable, motivated, and responsive to our new employees as we are to our customers. We pride ourselves on being customer-focused while maintaining open communication with our staff. The world of charter aviation is an exciting area in which to work, and we’ll continue working to ensure our organization remains dynamic and on the cutting edge.

We’re continuously transforming the way we operate in order to improve our services. Our employees and partners have continued to meet the challenges of our field and excel. We are very proud of where we are today, and excited about where we are headed. Our team is our most important and greatest asset. We could not accomplish what we do every day without our employees.

Here are a few specific benefits PCJ team members experience:
• Health, Dental and Vision insurance
• 401k plan
• Flex Spending Account with employer matching
• Competitive compensation

(We truly appreciate the time that you invested in submitting your resume. Please know our Hiring Team will get back to you should your qualifications match the job position requirements.)


Position – Citation Sovereign 680 Captain (PIC)
Address – 8517 Earhart Rd., #170, Oakland, CA 94621
Emailjobs@pcjets.com

We now have a variety of new scheduling options to choose from:

LOCALLY BASED:
• Live within 2 hours driving distance of Oakland, CA
• Flexible Schedule Options
• Fixed Schedule Options
• Highly Competitive Salary

HOME BASED:
• Live within 1 Hour of Approved Gateway Airports
• Choice of Fixed Schedule Options
• Company Sponsored
Accommodations
• Positive Space Air Travel
• Ground Transportation Allowance
• Highly Competitive Salary

DRIVE IN COMMUTER:
• Live within 4 Hours of Oakland, Ca.
• Choice of Fixed Schedule Options
• Company Sponsored Accommodations
• Mileage Reimbursement
• Highly Competitive Salary

PCJ is seeking a full-time Citation Sovereign 680 Captain in Oakland, CA. The aircraft will be flown part 91 for the owners, and part 135 for charter. Estimated flying will average 40-60 hours per month.

Minimum Qualifications:
• Commercial License
• ATP Required
• 250+ hours PIC in CE-680 type and 500 Hours Total Time in CE-680
• 2000+ hours PIC multi-engine time
• 3500+ minimum total hours

When applying, please note the following information in the BODY OF YOUR EMAIL:
1) Your CE-680 TOTAL TIME
2) The date of your last CE-680 training
3) Other type ratings held from the following: CE-510, CE-525, CE-560, CE-750, EMB-500, EMB-505, CL-604, & CL-605

As we continue to grow, we strive to remain as adaptable, motivated, and responsive to our new employees as we are to our customers. We pride ourselves on being customer-focused while maintaining open communication with our staff. The world of charter aviation is an exciting area in which to work, and we’ll continue working to ensure our organization remains dynamic and on the cutting edge.

We’re continuously transforming the way we operate in order to improve our services. Our employees and partners have continued to meet the challenges of our field and excel. We are very proud of where we are today, and excited about where we are headed. Our team is our most important and greatest asset. We could not accomplish what we do every day without our employees.

Here are a few specific benefits PCJ team members experience:
• Health, Dental and Vision insurance
• 401k plan
• Flex Spending Account with employer matching
• Competitive compensation

(We truly appreciate the time that you invested in submitting your resume. Please know our Hiring Team will get back to you should your qualifications match the job position requirements.)


Position: –Pilatus PC-12 Captain (PIC)
Type of Position: – Permanent, Full-time
Location: – Oakland, California
Email – jobs@pcjets.com

We now have a variety of new scheduling options to choose from:

LOCALLY BASED:
• Live within 2 hours driving distance of Oakland, CA
• Flexible Schedule Options
• Fixed Schedule Options
• Highly Competitive Salary

HOME BASED:
• Live within 1 Hour of Approved Gateway Airports
• Choice of Fixed Schedule Options
• Company Sponsored
Accommodations
• Positive Space Air Travel
• Ground Transportation Allowance
• Highly Competitive Salary

DRIVE IN COMMUTER:
• Live within 4 Hours of Oakland, Ca.
• Choice of Fixed Schedule Options
• Company Sponsored Accommodations
• Mileage Reimbursement
• Highly Competitive Salary

PCJ is seeking a full-time Pilatus PC-12 Captain in Oakland, CA. The aircraft will be flown part 91 for the owners, and part 135 for charter. Estimated flying will average 40-60 hours per month.

Minimum Qualifications:
• Commercial License
• ATP Required
• 250+ hours PIC in PC-12 type and 500 Hours Total Time in PC-12
• 500+ hours PIC multi-engine time
• 3000+ minimum total hours

When applying, please note the following information in the BODY OF YOUR EMAIL:
1) Your PC-12 TOTAL TIME
2) The date of your last PC-12 training
3) Other type ratings held from the following: CE-510, CE-525, CE-560, CE680, CE-750, EMB-500, EMB-505, CL-604, CL-605, & GIV-SP

As we continue to grow, we strive to remain as adaptable, motivated, and responsive to our new employees as we are to our customers. We pride ourselves on being customer-focused while maintaining open communication with our staff. The world of charter aviation is an exciting area in which to work, and we’ll continue working to ensure our organization remains dynamic and on the cutting edge.

We’re continuously transforming the way we operate in order to improve our services. Our employees and partners have continued to meet the challenges of our field and excel. We are very proud of where we are today, and excited about where we are headed. Our team is our most important and greatest asset. We could not accomplish what we do every day without our employees.

Here are a few specific benefits PCJ team members experience:
• Health, Dental and Vision insurance
• 401k plan
• Flex Spending Account with employer matching
• Competitive compensation

We truly appreciate the time that you invested in submitting your resume. Please know our Hiring Team will get back to you should your qualifications match the job position requirements.


Position: – Maintenance Controller
Type of Position: – Permanent, Full-time (Remote Opportunity)
Location: – Oakland, California
Reports to: – Director of Maintenance
Email – jobs@pcjets.com

Purpose of Role: 

The Maintenance Controller serves as the central hub of information scheduling and overseeing the progress of all maintenance activities in coordination with the flight operations and management services departments. Adheres and promotes the Pacific Coast Jet’s Vision, Mission, and Values daily. Maintenance Controller provides direct oversight of any unscheduled or routine maintenance. Initiates MELs and ensures MEL procedures are followed. Coordinates all outstation maintenance activities.is the focal point for communications and coordination with Operations for the Maintenance department.

Manages parts operations within the maintenance department to provide the highest level of external and internal customer satisfaction, while maximizing return on investments through inventory control and expense control.  Effectively engages department personnel.

Key Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Provide assistance for updating, tracking, and scheduling service inspections and checks.
  • Support contract maintenance as well as diagnosis of crews and troubleshoot maintenance discrepancies.
  • Ensure on time repair solution for AOG maintenance through arrangement and packing parts.
  • Supervise all delayed items along with coordinate with parts as well as schedule to effect on time repair.
  • Ensure to make on time decisions for schedule changes to resolve conflicts among maintenance and daily operations schedule.
  • Conduct apt routing before release of aircraft for Flight Control service.
  • Supervise entire over-night maintenance and ensure accuracy in paperwork maintenance.
  • Arrange for remote stations maintenance for AOG aircraft maintenance and ferry flight inspections.
  • Coordinate with crews and flight dispatch.
  • Ensure entire FAA regulations along with guidelines are enforced.
  • Support to coordinate contract maintenance services.
  • Supervise mis-sent or misplaced shipments for costs recuperation.
  • Research aircraft maintenance disburse and status to respective departments to ensure communication.
  • Ensure to troubleshoot installation procedures and tasks.
  • Recommend maintenance control equipment modification for updating.
  • Create and oversee monthly work orders for the PCJ fleet.
  • Create and manage third party maintenance work orders.
  • Order parts via purchase orders as directed by the maintenance staff.
  • Track and process core returns.
  • Coordinate with AP regarding invoices related to work orders.
  • Create a calibrated tool list and track currency.
  • Tracking of maintenance work in process and any associated labor hours.
  • Maintain approved vendor list as directed by the QA department.
  • Scan and file all related work order documents.
  • Assemble monthly customer invoices via a summary page. Tailor each invoice with a specific level of detail as requested by each customer.
  • Develops, communicates, enforces and monitors effective parts department processes to ensure internal and external customer satisfaction.
  • Creates annual parts department goals and budget in alignment with the organization’s financial and operational objectives.
  • Maintains an accurate and effective parts inventory control system that includes a perpetual and/or annual physical inventory.
  • Submits all parts warranty and return claims within the required time frame to receive maximum credit.
  • Maximizes use of all order discount programs to achieve management stock order goals.
  • Ensures all department tools and equipment are in good working order.
  • May be required to work evenings, weekends and holidays
  • Other duties as assigned by the DOM.

Qualifications Required:

Education & Experience

  • High School diploma or
  • Minimum 5 years of aircraft maintenance

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:

  • Airframe and Powerplant
  • Minimum 5 years of aircraft maintenance
  • Ability to multi-task and actively plan
  • Creative thinking, problem solving, and sharing the solutions throughout the
  • Excellent written and verbal communication.
  • Proficient with Microsoft Word and
  • Ability to work flexible hours and be on-call at

Additional Information:

Physical Demands & Working Conditions

  • Intermittent physical activity including bending, reaching and prolonged periods of sitting.
  • Ability to occasionally lift 20 pounds vertically through 4 feet and maneuver that load at arm’s length.

Here are a few specific benefits PCJ team members experience:
• Health, Dental and Vision insurance
• 401k plan
• Flex Spending Account with employer matching
• Competitive compensation

We truly appreciate the time that you invested in submitting your resume. Please know our Hiring Team will get back to you should your qualifications match the job position requirements.


Position: – Aircraft Maintenance Technician
Type of Position: – Permanent, Full-time
Location: – Oakland, California
Reports to: – Director of Maintenance
Salary: –Hourly / Non-exempt
Email – jobs@pcjets.com

Purpose of Role: 

The Aircraft Maintenance Technician performs all daily maintenance operations as directed by the Crew Chief and follows guidance on workflows and priorities as per plan. The Aircraft Maintenance Technician ensures high quality maintenance and regulatory compliance standards are kept during aircraft maintenance in accordance with the General Operating Manual (GOM) and General Maintenance Manual (GMM).

 

Key Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Reports to the Crew Chief and conducts work assignments as assigned
  • Performs work in compliance with Company policies and procedures, FAA regulations while demonstrating the highest standards of workmanship
  • Performs parts procurement to include verification of part authenticity, proper documentation, shipping/receiving and inventory management
  • May be required to travel on flights to provide maintenance support
  • May be required to provide rapid response and deployment when needed for aircraft on ground (AOG) maintenance support
  • Performs scheduled and unscheduled maintenance events including post and pre-flight inspections.
  • Conducts hangar/shop facilities maintenance and inspections as required
  • Ensures hazmat (fuel/oils/batteries, etc.) is properly handled and disposed of along with ensuring proper PPE is utilized and safety procedures are followed
  • The ability to learn how to utilize and ascertain current aircraft status in Company Computerized Maintenance Program (CAMP)
  • Assures proper documentation and recording of all maintenance activities performed on company aircraft.
  • Assures that all personal in-house training requirements are met
  • Maintains all company GSE as directed
  • Regularly attends safety or other departmental meetings with the Crew Chief, Aircraft Fleet Manager or the Director of Maintenance as requested
  • Other duties as assigned by the Crew Chief

 

Qualifications Required:

Education & Experience

  • FAA Airframe and Powerplant license
  • Minimum 1 year of experience in Part 135 /145 turbine powered aircraft operations
  • In some cases, an entry level Technician may be waived on experience and 1 of 2 Mechanics certificates with the agreement that they will attain their second certification within 1 year of hire

 

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:

  • Ability to read and understand all company manuals, Federal Aviation Regulations, Operations Specifications, aircraft flight/maintenance manuals
  • Solid written and verbal communication skills
  • A working knowledge of Microsoft Office programs such as Outlook, Excel, etc
  • Scheduling flexibility to work overtime given the unpredictable nature of a constantly changing flight schedule and unscheduled maintenance demands
  • The ability to occasionally travel to off-site maintenance events and provide oversight of company aircraft, as well as scheduled maintenance events at repair facilities

Additional Information:

Physical Demands & Working Conditions

  • Ability to successfully pass a background screening
  • A valid Driver’s License
  • Ability to successfully pass a pre-employment drug screening
  • Constant physical activity including bending, reaching and with prolonged periods of sitting in aircraft cockpits
  • Ability to occasionally lift 50 pounds vertically through 4 feet and maneuver that load at arm’s length
  • The ability to work from ladders and other equipment for extended periods
  • The ability to work while kneeling for an extended period of time
  • The ability to work on exposed aircraft parking ramp with rain and winds

Why Work at Pacific Coast Jet?

It’s an exciting time for Pacific Coast Jet! As we continue to grow, we strive to remain adaptable, motivated and responsive to our employees. We pride ourselves on being customer-focused while maintaining open communication with our staff. The world of private aviation is an incredible area in which to work, and we continuously strive to ensure our organization remains dynamic and on the cutting edge of the industry. We are very proud of where we are today and look forward to what the future holds for the company. Our team is our most important and greatest asset, and we could not accomplish what we do every day without our employees. Here are a few specific benefits that PCJ team members experience:

  • Paid vacation & sick time
  • Health, dental and vision insurance offered
  • 401k Plan offered
  • Flex Spending Account with employer match
  • Paid holidays off
  • Competitive compensation

Position: – Maintenance Shop Manager*
Type of Position: – Permanent, Full-time
Location: – Oakland, California
Department: – Maintenance
Salary: – Hourly / Non-exempt
Reports to: – Director of Maintenance
Safety Sensitive: – Yes
Email – jobs@pcjets.com

This is a safety sensitive position and is subject to testing under a FAA mandated drug and alcohol program.

 * Relocation assistance available

Purpose of Role: 

The Shop Manager is expected to lead and manage all daily maintenance operations on the floor. It is expected that the Shop Manager works with Maintenance Management to set up guidance on workflows and priorities as needed. The Shop Manager also provides oversight and guidance for the Maintenance Technician Team. The Shop Manager ensures high quality maintenance and regulatory compliance standards are kept during aircraft maintenance in accordance with the General Operating Manual (GOM) and General Maintenance Manual (GMM).

 

Key Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Overall supervision of all workflows including scheduling and work assignments
  • Continually strive for ways to optimize workflow, improve efficiency, and maximize shop organization
  • Direct management and supervision of all shop floor staff
  • Schedule/coordinate the retrieval of projects with customers
  • Plan and coordinate daily, weekly, monthly, and unscheduled maintenance activities
  • Trains new technicians on PCJ systems and procedures.
  • Plans, directs, layouts and coordinates the activities of the Maintenance Department to minimize delays and increase production and efficiency.
  • Trains and assists subordinates in proper procedures, methods, and practices to be followed in each respective duty.
  • Makes certain that the responsible mechanic properly executes all necessary work records.
  • Provide time estimates.
  • Ensures that assigned personnel follow all quality, safety, and security procedures.
  • Performs work in compliance with Company policies and procedures, FAA regulations while demonstrating the highest standards of workmanship.
  • Performs parts procurement to include verification of part authenticity, proper documentation, shipping/receiving and inventory management.
  • May be required to provide rapid response and deployment when needed for aircraft on ground (AOG) maintenance support.
  • Conducts hangar/shop facilities maintenance and inspections as required.
  • Assures proper documentation and recording of all maintenance activities performed on company aircraft.
  • Assures that all personal in-house training requirements are met.
  • Maintains all company GSE as directed.
  • Regularly attends safety or other departmental meetings with the Director of Maintenance as requested.
  • Other duties as assigned by the Crew Chief

Qualifications Required:

Education & Experience

  • FAA Airframe and Powerplant license.
  • Minimum 5 year of experience in Part 135 /145 turbine powered aircraft operations
  • Shop floor experience in general aviation and tube and fabric aircraft experience preferred

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:

  • Ability to read and understand all company manuals, Federal Aviation Regulations, Operations Specifications, aircraft flight/maintenance manuals.
  • Solid written and verbal communication skills
  • A working knowledge of Microsoft Office programs such as Outlook, Excel, etc.
  • Scheduling flexibility to work overtime given the unpredictable nature of a constantly changing flight schedule and unscheduled maintenance demands
  • The ability to occasionally travel to off-site maintenance events and provide oversight of company aircraft, as well as scheduled maintenance events at repair facilities.

Additional Information:

Physical Demands & Working Conditions

  • Ability to successfully pass a background screening
  • A valid Driver’s License
  • Ability to successfully pass a pre-employment drug screening
  • Constant physical activity including bending, reaching and with prolonged periods of sitting in aircraft cockpits
  • Ability to occasionally lift 50 pounds vertically through 4 feet and maneuver that load at arm’s length
  • The ability to work from ladders and other equipment for extended periods
  • The ability to work while kneeling for an extended period of time
  • The ability to work on exposed aircraft parking ramp with rain and winds

Why Work at Pacific Coast Jet?

It’s an exciting time for Pacific Coast Jet! As we continue to grow, we strive to remain adaptable, motivated and responsive to our employees. We pride ourselves on being customer-focused while maintaining open communication with our staff. The world of private aviation is an incredible area in which to work, and we continuously strive to ensure our organization remains dynamic and on the cutting edge of the industry. We are very proud of where we are today and look forward to what the future holds for the company. Our team is our most important and greatest asset, and we could not accomplish what we do every day without our employees. Here are a few specific benefits that PCJ team members experience:

  • Paid vacation & sick time
  • Health, dental and vision insurance offered
  • 401k Plan offered
  • Flex Spending Account with employer match
  • Paid holidays off
  • Competitive compensation