LocationLas Vegas, NV
The First Officer is the second in command and performs the duties as described below, and as directed by the Captain. We are searching for pilots who are committed to our profession and seeking a long-term career at Allegiant. We look to develop our pilots as leaders who share our passion for aviation, are innovative within the industry and strive to be Captains in every aspect of the word.
**This posting is specific to Australian Nationals that are eligible to hold an E-3 visa.
Visa Sponsorship Available
Yes. The following will be required to be considered.
•Current Australian passport biographic page
•Copy of prior US visas
Diploma, transcripts, certificates, training records, copies of logbook, and/or prior employment confirmation letters
•Foreign Licensure Documentation
•FAA Airline Transport Pilot Certificate and FAA First Class Medical Certificate
Combination of Education and Experience will be considered. Must be authorized to work in the US as defined by the Immigration Act of 1986. Must pass a Criminal Background Check.
FAA Airline Transport Pilot Certificate or eligible for ATP conversion, Airplane Multi-engine Land (AMEL) FAA First Class Medical Certificate, FCC Restricted Radiotelephone Operator Permit Years of Experience:
Minimum of 1500 flights hours (fixed wing) total documented time., Jet, and PIC time preferred (Lower flight time may be considered based on current work history, 121 experience, military experience, or equipment).
Credit Check: No
Valid/Unexpired Passport BookValid/Unexpired Driver's License
•Minimum of 1,000 hours of fixed wing turboprop or turbofan time.
•Minimum of 250 hours PIC in an aircraft categorized as an airplane.
•Minimum of 50 hours of fixed wing multi-engine time.
•At least 23 years of age and has not reached age 65.
•All pilots must verify their flight time by logbooks.
•Must have a valid driver’s license.
•Current passport book
•All required forms of identification presented must match one another.
•The ability to read, write, and speak English in order to receive and understand instructions, directives, and ensure safety, as well as the ability to interact with customers, is a requirement of the job.
•Each crew-member's first responsibility is the safety of passengers, other crew-members and the aircraft.
•Familiar with the duties and responsibilities of the Captain.
•Bring to the Captain’s attention, assertively if necessary, information regarding the safety of flight which the Captain may not have considered.
•Bring to the Captain’s attention any deviation from standard operating procedures.
•Familiar with weather, payload, fuel, and other factors which apply to the flight.
•Completes necessary avionics, flight instrument, systems and fuel quantity checks.
•Reports mechanical discrepancies to the Captain.
•Prepares the load manifest, including weight and balance computations, and confirm, along with the Captain, that the aircraft is properly loaded and within center of gravity and performance limits for takeoff.
•Operates the aircraft or assists the Captain as directed.
•Verifies that each checklist is properly completed.
•Monitors ATC clearances and ensure that the Captain understands clearances accepted from ATC.
•Assists in securing the aircraft when necessary at termination of the flight.
The Physical Demands and Work Environment described here are a representative of those that must be met by a Team Member to successfully perform the essential functions of the role. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions of the role.
Pilot - While performing the duties of this job, the Team Member is regularly required to stand, sit, talk, hear, see, reach, stoop, kneel, and use hands and fingers to operate a plane equipment (i.e. flight deck computers, plane doors, emergency equipment, etc.). May be required to lift, push, pull, or carry up to 100 lbs. May be required to work various shifts/days in a 24-hour situation. Regular attendance is a requirement of the role. Exposure to extreme noise (i.e. airport with planes, vehicles, and other machinery), temperature, wind, and light fluctuations. Ability to work in a confined area as well as the ability to sit at a computer terminal for an extended period of time. Travel is a requirement of the role.
Essential Services Provider
Allegiant as a national air carrier is deemed an essential service provider during declared national and state emergencies. Team Members will be required to report to their assigned trip or work location during national and state emergencies unless prohibited by local, state or federal order.
Equal Opportunity Employer: Disability/Veteran For more information, see https://allegiantair.jobs
People of color, women, LGBTQIA+, immigrants, veterans and persons with disabilities are encouraged to apply.