Wyoming Department Of Transportation TNPI08-09081-Pilot-Cheyenne in Fort Collins, Colorado

GENERAL DESCRIPTION:The Wyoming Department of Transportation (WYDOT) is seeking a full-time,highly qualified pilot who can provide safe and efficient on demand airtransportation to elected officials, state employees, and members of statecommissions and boards by staffing and piloting state aircraft at all times.Human Resources Contact: 307-777-4467ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: The listed functions are illustrative only and are notintended to describe every function which may be performed in the job level.Serves as Pilot-in-Command or Second-in-Command of multi-engine aircraft insupport of transportation needs for the State of Wyoming.Operates aircraft safely and efficiently in complex airspace, day and nightoperations, and all weather conditions to ensure successful completion ofmission.Serves as back-up Pilot-in-Command of single engine aircraft in support ofphotogrammetry missions, primarily operating aircraft in day, visualconditions.Completes all preflight planning for missions, including filing of flightplans, reviews airport conditions, coordinates with on site FBOs foraircraft and passenger handling, reviews weather trends, forecasts, andconditions, prepares weight and balance records, coordinates passengerloading, and records flight data.Communicates all post flight information to the Flight Operations Departmentto ensure all airport, nav-aid, and aircraft status is up-to-date and anyirregularities are communicated. Qualifications:PREFERENCES:Preference may be given to candidates with an ATP License and CE-500 typerating, 2000 hours of fixed wing aircraft time, 1000 hours flying as apilot-in-command and a first class medical certificate.KNOWLEDGE:Knowledge of piloting skills to operate single-engine and multi-engineaircraft in all weather conditions.Knowledge of the principles, theories, and practices of aviation safety,cockpit resource management, and risk management.Knowledge of how to interact with other personnel to assist in smoothlyoperating flight department.Knowledge of IFR/VFR rules and flight planning.Knowledge of professional publications, to include Federal AviationRegulations, air traffic control procedures, and the Airman'sInformation Manual.MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:Education:Bachelor's DegreeExperience:0-2 years of progressive work experience (typically in Piloting)Certificates, Licenses, Registrations:Pilot's License consisting of a commercial certificate with instrumentrating for airplane (single and multi-engine rating) with 2000 hours totalflying time, 1000 hours fixed-wing aircraft time, 750 hours flying aspilot-in-command, 250 hours flying multi-engine airplane, 100 hours ofnight flying and 100 hours of actual or simulated instrument flying of which50 hours must be in actual flight and a second class or higher MedicalCertificOREducation & Experience Substitution:3-5 years of progressive work experience (typically in Piloting)Certificates, Licenses, Registrations:Pilot's License consisting of a commercial certificate with instrumentrating for airplane (single and multi-engine rating) with 2000 hours totalflying time, 1000 hours fixed-wing aircraft time, 750 hours flying aspilot-in-command, 250 hours flying multi-engine airplane, 100 hours ofnight flying and 100 hours of actual or simulated instrument flying of which50 hours must be in actual flight and a second class or higher MedicalCertific Necessary Special Requirements:PHYSICAL WORKING CONDITIONS:7 Days a week availabilityAnnual flight time 300 hoursNOTES:FLSA: Non-Exempt