Mokulele Airlines

Flight Coordinator - Manager - Kailua-Kona

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Active since 27-06-2017 Job category Administration: Data entry
Location Kailua-Kona Level Management
Educational level Vocational / Diploma / As... Employment type -
Hours 0 Salary DOE
Manage the Flight coordinator team. Tracking of all pilots and aircraft during daily operations. Track and Monitor all scheduled and actual flight times within Raddix and other software programs.

This includes:
• Managing the flight coordinator team to allow for smooth and safe operations
• Create and maintain the flight coordinator employee schedule
• Maintain all flight coordinator training records
• Report Operational control issues immediately
• Responsible for the safe release, tracking and data entry for Part 135 and Part 91 operations.
• Completion of daily paperwork as directed by the Director of Operations.
• Ensure complete understanding of flight following requirements and ensure they are coordinated to prevent violations.
• Solve problems that develop during individual shift or defer problems to the appropriate operational control personnel.
• Ensure timely and accurate data entry
• Attend meetings as needed.
• Monitor weather observation daily.
• Ensure proper management notification and coordinate all flight activities.
• Monitor flight, aircraft maintenance and personnel schedules. Make change notifications/recommendations as necessary.
• Advise and coordinate with the Director of Ops or Chief Pilot any pilot schedule changes that require unplanned lodging/travel.
• Update schedules as needed and advise the Flight Department whenever a pilot could possibly exceed any flight time requirements.
• Monitor and record the progress of pilots when traveling to and from a work location.
• Advise pilots promptly of schedule/commuting changes
• Attend training sessions with travel department to provide backup support as needed
• Enter and promptly pass on to affected pilots all notices from Flight, Maintenance, Travel Department, etc
• Create all Positive space travel required for training or flying as requested by Flight Ops Department managers
• Assist in CASS verification of any non-rev pilots flying with us
• Other duties as assigned.

Education and Experience:
• College degree or equivalent preferred.
• Previous aviation experience, CFI, CFII or dispatch license preferred.
• Previous experience with data entry of critical information preferred

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities Required:
• Must have exceptional data entry skills and ability to use multiple sources of information simultaneously (ability to enter information, read notes to pilots, review operational information, etc.)
• Ability to read and interpret documents such as technical data, safety rules/regulations, operating and maintenance instructions, and procedure manuals.
• Ability to speak effectively via telephone and in-person
Training Requirements:
• Stay up to date on current training and development techniques and relevant information to the dispatch function.
• Ability to multi-task well in potentially fast pace time sensitive environment
• Stay up to date with regulatory FAA and TSA training requirements if applicable to position.

Working Conditions And Physical Effort:
• Work typically performed in an office environment. However, sometimes work involves moderate exposure to unusual elements such as extreme temperatures, dirt, or dust, etc.
• Light physical effort –
o Requires handling of average-weight objects up to 10 pounds;
o Some standing or walking.
o Must be capable of sitting for long periods of time
o Exposed to any number of elements but with none present to the extent of being disagreeable.
• May work at different locations as needs require.
• Ability to occasionally travel to offsite locations (<10%)

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This listing is a full-time job

Job category Administration: Data entry
Industry / Industries Aviation / Space travel
Region United States

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Name Greg Landers