PC-12 Pilot/ Instructor

Job Locations Afghanistan, Kabul
Work Region
Flight Operations - Aircrew (Pilot)
Regular Full-Time
Business Unit
113 - Integration and Sustainment Solutions (ISS)

Position Summary

The PC -12 Pilot will operate designated aircraft and teach students how to fly aircrafts through classroom, and live flight instruction.


***Location is Afghanistan and Offers a Rotational Schedule***

***Must be Physically Capable of Completing CRC and Working in an Overseas Location Under Austere Conditions.***

***Deployment Paperwork/Certifications: Passports, Flight Chamber, Flight Physicals etc. Must Be up to Date***

Essential Duties and Responsibilities

Duties include, but not limited to:

  • Operate aircraft in accordance with applicable regulations, and program/corporate policies and theater procedures
  • Flight instructors develop curricula, instruct Afghan students in a classroom setting, conduct training flights, determine student proficiency, report on student progress and develop new teaching methods
  • Flight instructors are responsible for training Afghan students in subjects such as aircraft systems, operating procedures, handling emergencies, problem analysis, aircraft navigation, radio operation and aerodynamics and special procedures relating to conduct of ISR operations
  • Must note and communicate aircraft deficiencies for maintenance review and correction


Minimum Requirements


Knowledge and Skills

The required skills and knowledge include:

  • Must have professional communications skills for complex internal and external aircraft communications


The minimum years of related experience required: 

  • 1500 hrs of experience in operational, support, or ferry flights
  • Must be a US Citizen



The minimum level of education required is: 

  • Must have a Bachelor’s degree from a certified college



Other Qualifications


Outside of the above, other certifications, licenses, or clearances include:


  • Must possess a military medical or FAA Class II clearance and be able to meet applicable physical and physiological minimum requirements for the applicable aircraft
  • Must have passed a government background investigation
  • Must have past or current designation as a Co-pilot in the applicable aircraft and have 500 hours of experience in performing duties for operational, ferry, and support flights
  • Must have certificates from a DoD Pilot Training program and DoD Transition School for applicable aircraft are required




Company Policy

MAG Aerospace (MAG) is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer and is committed to Diversity and Inclusion. We encourage diverse candidates to apply to our positions.
All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability or veteran status.
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MAG provides reasonable accommodation to applicants under the guidance of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), Section 503 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, the Vietnam-Era Veterans’ Readjustment Assistance Act of 1974 and certain state and/or local laws.


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Applicant.Assist@magaero.com or call (703) 376-8993



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