B767 - Captain

Amerijet International


Captains report to the Chief Pilot (and Director of Operations). In the absence or incapacitation (during flight) of the captain, the second-in-command will assume the responsibilities and duties of the captain.

The policies, procedures, instructions, and information for accomplishing the duties and Responsibilities as Captain are contained in the General Operations Manual, Flight Training Manual and other manuals as indicted in the appendix of the Manual Management Chapter of the GOM.


Essential duties and responsibilities include the following, but not limited to

  • Airline Transport Pilot – Airplane Multiengine Land w/ appropriate Type Rating
  • Current First-Class Medical Certificate
  • Has not reached his/her 65th birthday
  • Restricted Radio/Telephone Operator Permit
  • Passport
  • Basic Indoctrination
  • Aircraft Initial, Upgrade or Transition Ground and Flight Training as appropriate
  • Emergency Training
  • Security Training
  • Hazardous Materials Training
  • Pilot-in-Command Proficiency Check
  • Line Check
  • Pilot-in-Command Operating Experience
  • Recurrent Ground and Recurrent Flight Training or Proficiency Check as applicable
  • Recent experience requirements of 121.439
  • Other duties may be assigned


The Captain has the responsibility for the quality of the following processes:

  • Appropriate Operational Equipment
  • Airman Duties & Flight Deck Procedures.
  • Carry-On Baggage Program
  • Exit Seat Program
  • De-Icing Program
  • Carriage of Cargo
  • A/C Performance Operating Limitation
  • Flight Release
  • Flight /Load Manifest/WT & Balance
  • MEL/CDL Procedures (Jointly with Amerijet Maintenance Control)
  • RVSM


  • Captain is a flight crewmember who is authorized and designated by Amerijet to serve as pilot-in-command in operations conducted by the airline. (121.385(c).
  • The captain has full authority/responsibility for the safe & efficient conduct of flight.
  • The captain is, during flight time, in command of the aircraft and crew and is responsible for the safety of the passengers, crewmembers, cargo, and aircraft.
  • The captain has full control and authority in the operation of the aircraft, without limitation, over other crewmembers and their duties during flight time, whether he/she holds valid certificates authorizing him/her to perform the duties of those crewmembers. (121.537(d)). Such authority commences at the time the crew reports for duty, continues while en-route, at the intermediate points, and until the crewmembers have gone off duty for crew rest.
  • While in command of the aircraft, the captain may be relieved of command only by the Director of Operations, the Chief Pilot or their designee.
  • The captain and the Director of Operations are jointly responsible for the initiation, continuation, diversion, and termination of a flight in compliance with applicable regulations and the operations specifications.
  • Also responsible for compliance with Federal Aviation Regulations and Company Policies and Procedures.
  • The pilot in command is responsible for preflight planning and operation of the flight in compliance with this 14 CFR 121, and the operations specifications. (121.537(e)).
  • Shall ensure that the aircraft to which he/she is assigned is airworthy, properly and adequately serviced and that the loading is proper and secure.
  • Will make themselves familiar with the route and reports that or which indicate the flight can be made safely.
  • Responsible to ensure that all checklists and company forms are completed as required by the company.
  • At any station where the company does not maintain a maintenance base, the captain will act as company representative.
  • Amerijet International Captains will be considered the primary (ISC- Inflight Security Coordinators) on Amerijet International aircrafts.
  • During the Captain’s absence, while on the ground, the First Officer will assume the responsibility of Inflight Security Coordinator.
  • As such, each Amerijet crewmember is responsible for ensuring they are aware of each security bulletin distributed by the company.
  • All crewmembers must ensure they are familiar with the security procedures in place and the importance of following each procedure.
  • The Amerijet International security manual details these procedures.
  • The contents of the Amerijet security chapter of this manual are considered confidential and secure material. Discussion of its contents with persons not on a need to know basis is contrary to federal law.


The physical demands described here are those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. This position requires the incumbent be able to speak and be understood, hear and comprehend the English language, stand and sit for long periods of time, be able to lift approximately 30 pounds, be able to relocate in the event of an emergency and have a neat and professional appearance.




The above statements are intended to describe the general nature of work performed in this position. These statements are not to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, tasks, and skills required of an employee in this position. Amerijet International Airlines, Inc. reserves the right to request that other tasks be performed when warranted (for example, by emergencies, changes in personnel or workload, corporate reorganization, or technical development). Amerijet International Airlines, Inc. also reserves the right to revise this job description.


Amerijet International Airlines, Inc. is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer and will consider all qualified applicants without regards to race, color religion, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, disability, veteran status or any other protected factors under federal, state or local law.

Any applicant requiring assistance with our online application process or who needs and accommodation for the application process due to a disability should contact (954) 320-5391 or send an e-mail to ADAapps@amerijet.com