JSFirm Safety Pilot 3

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Boeing Company Renton, Washington:

Location Renton, WA

Security Clearance Required? No Security Clearance Required

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Position Description

Serves as a flight operations subject matter expert during the analysis and investigation of incidents and accidents. Leads and participates in onsite flight operations support programs and safety symposiums with customer airlines. Represents Boeing with regulatory agencies, industry task forces, and at worldwide safety and flight operational forums. Provides flight operations, safety and technical support to Boeing internal and external customers. Supports new aircraft and system development and certification efforts. Provides information and specialized technical services to Company and customer flight crews to enhance flight operation efficiency. Researches, edits, documents and coordinates publication of procedures and techniques for operating Boeing airplanes. Supports sales campaigns by discussing and demonstrating new flight technologies. Maintains qualification as a Boeing Captain on at least one aircraft model. Job requires FAA ATP or Commercial certificate with the appropriate endorsements.



[ + ] Adaptability
Understands changes in own and others' work and situations; may be asked to explain the logic or basis for change to less experienced employees; actively seeks information about changes affecting own and fellow employees' jobs. Treats changes and new situations as opportunities for learning or growth; focuses on the beneficial aspects of change; speaks positively about the change to fellow interorganizational employees and occasionally to external customers. Quickly modifies behavior to deal effectively with changes in the work environment; readily tries new approaches appropriate for new or changed situations; does not persist with ineffective behaviors.

[ + ] Communication
Clarifies purpose and importance; stresses major points; follows a logical sequence. Keeps the audience engaged through use of techniques such as analogies, illustrations, humor, an appealing style, body language, and voice inflection. Frames the message in line with audience experience, background, and expectations; uses terms, examples, and analogies that are meaningful to the audience. Seeks input from audience; checks understanding; presents message in different ways to enhance understanding. Uses syntax, pace, volume, diction, and mechanics appropriate to the media being used. Accurately interprets messages from others and responds appropriately.

[ + ] Continuous Learning
Seeks and uses feedback from own work group, other work groups, and occasionally external customers and a wide range of other sources of information to identify appropriate areas for learning. Identifies and participates in appropriate learning activities (e.g., courses, reading, self-study, coaching, experiential learning) that help fulfill learning needs. Participates in learning activities in a way that makes the most of the learning experience (e.g., takes notes, asks questions, critically analyzes information, keeps on-the-job application in mind, does required tasks). Consistently puts new knowledge, understanding, or skill to practical use on the job; furthers learning through trial and error. Places self in unfamiliar or uncomfortable situations in order to ask questions and learn; takes on challenging or unfamiliar assignments.

[ + ] Follow-Up
Consistently builds due dates into assignments and task delegations; clearly and effectively communicates milestones and expected results. Asks questions to obtain relevant information; convenes meetings to review progress and share information; gets feedback on results from those directly involved. Meets formally with fellow work group members, other internal employees and customers to review the results of an assignment, project, or delegated task.

[ + ] Managing Work
Identifies critical and less critical activities and tasks within own and other work groups; adjusts priorities when appropriate. Ensures that required equipment and/or materials are in appropriate locations so that own and others' work can be done effectively. Allocates own time to complete work; coordinates own and others' schedules to avoid conflicts. Takes advantage of available resources (individuals, processes, departments, and tools) to complete work efficiently. Uses time effectively and rarely allows irrelevant issues or distractions from interfering with work completion.


[ + ] Aircraft Systems/Software
Complete knowledge of aircraft systems, components, and loadable/non-loadable software.

[ + ] Crew Resource Management
Intermediate knowledge of crew resource management procedures and techniques (e.g., communications, decision-making, situational awareness). The ability to comprehend and communicate program related operational requirements.

[ + ] Flight Aviation Regulations
Intermediate knowledge of flight aviation regulations (e.g., Federal Aviation Administration [FAA], Joint Aviation Agency [JAA], International Civil Aviation Organization [ICAO]). The ability to comprehend and communicate program related operational requirements.

[ + ] Flight Procedures
Intermediate knowledge and ability to demonstrate, all flight maneuvers required to operate the aircraft by the safest and most efficient means. Knowledge of operational systems and procedures for out-of-production craft.

[ + ] Flight Safety
Complete knowledge of company and industry safety initiatives and strategies to reduce the world aircraft accident rate. Knowledge of operational flight safety, including industry-wide current safety topics (e.g., approach and landing, upset, Controlled Flight into Terrain [CFIT]).

Basic Qualifications For Consideration

Do you have an FAA Airline Transport (ATP) or Commercial license?

Do you have safety and accident investigation training and experience?

Do you have experience flying transport category aircraft?

Typical Education/Experience

Technical bachelor's degree and typically 5 or more years' related work experience or a Master's degree with typically 3 or more years' or a PhD degree or an equivalent combination of education and experience. A technical degree is defined as any four year degree, or greater, in a mathematic, scientific or information technology field of study.

Other Job related information

Work experience must include significant safety and accident investigation experience. Highly desirable to have extensive experience in domestic and international airline operations. Instructor and/or check pilot experience on Boeing and/or Douglas aircraft also valued. Good writing and presentation skills required. Maintains qualification as a Boeing pilot on at least one airplane model. Position requires some travel, some of which may be short notice.

  • Business Unit Commercial Airplanes
  • Division Commercial Aviation Services
  • Program Flight Services
  • Job Type Non-Management
  • Experience Level Career/Experienced
    • US Person Status Required? Yes

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