Chief Pilot (Non-Jet Fleet) assigns and supervises the duties of flight and ground personnel. Manages the overall operation of the aviation department. Being a Chief Pilot (Non-Jet Fleet) coordinates aircraft maintenance with flight scheduling. Must stay current with federal and local flight regulations. Additionally, Chief Pilot (Non-Jet Fleet) typically requires a bachelor's degree. Possesses current airline transport certificate with necessary type ratings. Requires a minimum of 5,000 hours of flight experience and 1,500 hours of pilot-in-command experience. Typically reports to a director or head of a unit or department. Chief Pilot (Non-Jet Fleet)'s years of experience requirement may be unspecified. Certification and/or licensing in the position's specialty is the main requirement.