Boise C560 Job

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http://mccallaviation.com/pages/about_us_employment.htm

Cessna Citation V (CE560) Captain
The qualifications for the Boise, ID based position are:​
ATP license with CE500 Type Rating.
4000 hours total time
2500 hours multiengine PIC
1500 hours turbine multiengine PIC
750 hours jet multi-engine PIC and 100 hours in type.
Current Part 135 a plus.
Current Flight Safety a plus.
Compensation package depends of experience.

Cessna Citation V (CE560) Co-Pilot The qualifications for the Boise, ID based position are:
Commercial Multi-engine land license.
2000 hours total time
1500 hours multiengine
750 hours turbine multiengine
400 hours jet multiengine
and 50 hour in type.
Current Part 135 a plus.
Current Flight Safety a plus.
Compensation package depends of experience.
 

HMR

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Thanks LongBoarder!

I have some friends in ID looking for work.

McCall is my 2nd home (see my avatar). I spend 4-6 months out of the year up there.
 

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Boise job

I was wondering what other qualifications are needed this seems a little low or what other duties are required.
 

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I believe they have found crew for this aircraft, but Dan the pres. of the company is always trying to find somebody who will work for nothing. Goodluck!
 

HMR

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IDpilot- Your profile says you flew the BN2. Did you work for McCall aviation? Is it a safe operation?
 
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No rules are broken at McCall, I can't speak for all operators, but everyone is very supportive there. I was never pressured in to anything that I did not feel was safe. Pretty quality operation if you ask me. Backcountry flying is just not for everyone.
 

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Thanks! Good to know they're a safe operation. I spent a short time flying the backcountry for a 135 operator in another part of the US. The BN2 and 206 are great planes for the job (I flew them both).

Are you still in the area?
 

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psysicx-yes

HMR-Yes I live in the area. They are both great airplanes, it's quite a fun job, a great one to have in retirement.
 

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They are still looking for a pilots on the is airplane.... hence the reason that I made the post......

Any NO... I am not Dan.....


LB
 

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IDpilot said:
I believe they have found crew for this aircraft, but Dan the pres. of the company is always trying to find somebody who will work for nothing. Goodluck!
What are they looking to pay, or more importantly, what is the industry standard for a CE560 PIC/SIC?
 
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