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COCO Bahama Seaplanes seeks motivated, qualified individuals with a keen sense of customer service, safety and adventure. Job Descriptions Listed Below.

Pilot in Command (PIC)

Job Title: PIC Pilot in Command (Cessna Caravan 208 Amphibious)

 

Directly Reports To: Chief Pilot in New Providence, Nassau, Bahamas

 

Mission of this Position: This position will adhere to all Civil Aviation Authority –Bahamas, to be called CAA-B henceforth, and other pertinent regulations to provide a safe, on-time flight while treating guests and team members with excellent customer service skills. 

 

Key Responsibilities Will Include:

  • Meet or exceed PIC duties/expectations displaying initiative, adhering to COCO SOPs and aligning with core values of the organisation.
  • Pilots shall be familiar with and follow instructions that pertain to their duty position contained in the company General Operations Manual, operations bulletins, and other pertinent instructions.
  • Upon assignment of the flight, ensure that they are legally and adequately rested.
  • Completion of preflight preparation as required, ensuring aircraft and load are ready for departure 15 minutes prior to scheduled departure time.
  • Completing training as assigned by management.
  • Completion of all checklists.
  • Performing all standard radio contacts and position reports when piloting the aircraft.
  • Perform other duties as directed by the Chief Pilot.
  • Assist in escorting, enplaning, and deplaning of passengers during the boarding and deplaning process.
  • Report to work a minimum of one hour prior to departure for each scheduled and charter flight.
  • Be available for their normal duty assignment and occasionally work outside of it as operationally required to meet company needs.
  • Foster an organisational pilot culture of continuous improvement.
  • Must have professional communications skills for complex internal and external aircraft communications.
  • Assist with loading and unloading freight.
  • Operate aircraft in accordance with all applicable regulations and program/company policies and procedures.
  • Emphasise flight crew members safety and exemplary customer service.
  • Supervise the loading of fuel as well as manage weight and balance control of the aircraft.
  • Must note and communicate aircraft deficiencies for maintenance review and correction.
  • Perform flights during day, night, and instrument conditions.
  • And other collateral duties as assigned.

 

 

Essential Skill Set:

  • Pilot qualifications and aircraft systems knowledge required
  • CAA-B qualifications will be met, in absence of specific guidance the following will provide the minimum
  • FAA Commercial ASEL, Instrument Rating
  • FAA Commercial ASES
  • 1200 hours total flight time
  • 100 hours Turbine Time
  • FAA High Performance and Complex endorsements
  • CAAB PEL Commercial endorsement
  • 1st Class FAA and CAAB Medical Certificate
  • Valid Bahamian Passport
  • FCC Radiotelephone Operator Permit
  • Must be able to lift 50 pounds, sit or stand for extended periods of time, and climb stairs throughout the day

 

Preferred:

  • G1000 Experience
  • Cessna 208 Experience
  • Seaplane Experience in Bahamian Airspace

Second in Command (SIC)

Job Title: SIC Second in Command (Cessna Caravan 208 Amphibious)

 

Directly Reports To: Chief Pilot in New Providence, Nassau, Bahamas

 

Mission of this Position: Following Standard Operating Procedures (SOP) and all Civil Aviation Authority –Bahamas, to be called CAA-B henceforth,
and other pertinent regulations, to properly plan, communicate, process information needed to operate the published flight schedule: safely, on time and achieve superior customer satisfaction ratings.

 

Key Responsibilities Will Include:

  • Meet or exceed SIC duties/expectations displaying initiative, adhering to COCO SOPs and aligning with core values of the organisation.
  • Pilots shall be familiar with and follow instructions that pertain to their duty position contained in the company General Operations Manual, operations bulletins, and other pertinent instructions.
  • Upon assignment of the flight, ensure that they are legally and adequately rested.
  • Completion of preflight preparation as required, ensuring aircraft and load are ready for departure 15 minutes prior to scheduled departure time.
  • Completing training as assigned by management.
  • Completion of all checklists.
  • Performing all standard radio contacts and position reports when piloting the aircraft.
  • Perform other duties as directed by the Chief Pilot.
  • Assist in escorting, enplaning, and deplaning of passengers during the boarding and deplaning process.
  • Report to work a minimum of one hour prior to departure for each scheduled and charter flight.
  • Be available for their normal duty assignment and occasionally work outside of it as operationally required to meet company needs.
  • Foster an organisational pilot culture of continuous improvement.
  • Must have professional communications skills for complex internal and external aircraft communications.
  • Assist with loading and unloading freight.
  • Operate aircraft in accordance with all applicable regulations and program/company policies and procedures.
  • Emphasise flight crew members safety and exemplary customer service.
  • Must note and communicate aircraft deficiencies for maintenance review and correction.
  • Perform flights during day, night, and instrument conditions.
  • And other collateral duties as assigned.

 

Essential Skill Set:

  • Pilot qualifications and aircraft systems knowledge required
  • CAAB qualifications will be met, in absence of specific guidance the following will provide the minimum
  • FAA Commercial ASEL, Instrument Rating
  • FAA Commercial ASES
  • 250 hours total flight time
  • FAA High Performance and Complex endorsements
  • CAAB PEL Commercial endorsement
  • 1st Class FAA and CAAB Medical Certificate
  • Valid Bahamian Passport
  • FCC Radiotelephone Operator Permit
  • Must be able to lift 50 pounds, sit or stand for extended periods of time, and climb stairs throughout the day

 

Preferred:

  • G1000 Experience
  • Turbine Time
  • Cessna 208 Experience
  • Seaplane Experience in Bahamian Airspace

Mechanic

Job Title: Mechanic

 

Directly Reports To: Chief Pilot in New Providence, Nassau, Bahamas

 

Mission of this Position: Work according to all valid regulations, to inspect, test, repair, maintain and service aircraft and aircraft systems following Standard Operating Procedures (SOP) to properly perform safely, accurately and on-time.

 

Key Responsibilities Will Include:

  • Meet or exceed position’s duties/expectations and all Civil Aviation Authority –Bahamas, to be called CAA-B henceforth, while displaying initiative, adhering to COCO SOPs and aligning with core values of the organisation.
  • Work under the supervision and guidance of the DOM of the company contracted to oversee maintenance issues to ensure that aircraft are prepared to safely function per regulation.
  • Participate in internal communication with all other departments related to equipment considerations, product excellence, scheduling issues and required paperwork.
  • Focus on safety by observing self and teammates and being vigilant, report issues and offer suggestions to promote continuous process improvement.
  • Examine and inspect engine or other components for cracks, breaks, or leaks.  Disassemble and inspect parts for wear, warping, or other defects.  Assemble and install electrical, plumbing, mechanical, hydraulic, and structural components and accessories, using hand tools and power tools.  Adjust, align, and calibrate aircraft systems, using hand tools, gauges, and test equipment.  Service and maintain aircraft systems by performing tasks, such as checking oil levels, fuelling aircraft, greasing moving parts, checking tires and checking brakes.
  • Perform calendar and hourly inspections and other collateral duties as assigned such as inventory control.

 

Essential Skill Set:

  • The person in this role will hold a mechanic certificate with both airframe and power-plant ratings as directed by the CAA-B, a valid Bahamian passport and be an excellent and effective communicator, will focus on meeting and exceeding safety and SOP standards, will have keen attention to detail and time management and will act with honesty, integrity and respect.

Interview Process

All applicants at COCO Bahama Seaplanes will be evaluated during three (3) separate interviews.

Applicants that successfully advance through all three (3) interviews, may receive a conditional offer of employment. Upon the satisfactory completion of a drug screening and background check, conditional employees will receive a new hire information packet.

 

Orientation

All COCO Bahama Seaplanes’ personnel, regardless of position, complete a new-hire orientation class within their first few weeks of employment. During the orientation class we introduce new-hires to the company, provide guest services training, and answer any questions that you may have about our airline.

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