Flight Follower/ Dispatcher Jobs in Nashville, United States

Ventura is searching for a Flight Follower/Dispatcher to join our growing Systems Operations Control department. We are rapidly growing our fleet and need knowledgeable, detail-oriented Coordinators who can support our flight crews and 119 team. The ideal candidate will have flight operations experience, a background in part 135 aviation, and an FAA dispatcher license (preferred but not required). Candidates who are detail-oriented, customer service focused, and able to handle the coordination of multiple projects simultaneously would do well in this role.Ventura’s Flight Operations Coordinators assist with trip planning, international paperwork, crew scheduling, crew logistics, and reviewing trips for 135 legality. This position will report to Director of System Operations Control (SOC) and work directly with the Director of Operations, Chief Pilot, and Director of Maintenance on operational priorities. This position will also have daily interactions with the flight crew and will provide them logistical and planning support. Some nights and weekend coverage will be required for this role. This position does require candidates to be currently based in the Nashville area and is not a remote role.Ventura is a rapidly growing, family-owned 135 Charter Operation who has been providing quality service for over 60 years. We truly love what we do and strive to live by our core values each and every day.Salary: $60K+RequirementsFlight Operations Coordinators are delegated limited authority for operational control from the Director of Operations.Responsible for performing flight locating procedures in accordance with GOM.Review and disseminate flight releases and briefsMonthly and Quarterly International Trip Reporting INS, APIS, Canada.Retention flight records for specified durations 14 CFR 135.63(c-d).Assists the PIC to release and operate a flight in accordance with applicable regulations by providing all available information.The on-duty Flight Operations Coordinator will have decision making responsibility during operation irregularities, after input from appropriate flight, maintenance and/or charter sales representative unless a given decision responsibility is defined otherwise in Company or Federal regulations.Review various factors affecting every flight, including operational restrictions, and, jointly with the PIC, determine the parameters for safe operation or to suspend or change the operation when factors dictate.Update trip sheet as changes are made following the quotation/initiation of the trip.Utilize the approved weather sources to obtain the applicable weather information.Monitor maintenance and mechanical delays encountered at places of origin and destination and intermediate stops.Perform passenger and crew vetting (AOSSP).Obtain Landing Permits, Prior Permission (DOD operations on air bases).Obtain International flight clearances, permission (through handler).Track Landing Fees (check billing and quote accuracy).Search for new technological developments to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of processes in the operation.

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