Flight Operations Analyst

The Flight Operations Analyst will serve as the trusted advisor on all operational issues, act as the first and last line of defense against preventable disruptions to our clients' travel plans and provide actionable choices on operational issues.
Serve as Subject Matter Expert on all operational matters, to include:
A/C Performance
Airport Feasibility
FAA Regulations
Capture, log and verify crew duty information
Acquire hangars for flights as required due to snow/ice or overnight temps
Assist Schedule team with trip and crew logistics during IROP situations
Utilize AFIS messaging system as needed to communicate with in-flight aircraft
Update TSA NFL and Selectee list's via TSA CVS docs and uploading them into FOS
Uploading Special Post's and verifying them to the Passenger Manifest's stored by the company in FOS.
Coordinate the communication of elevated Duty Risk Scores to CPO, Scheduling, and Safety
Perform feasibility snapshot on all new revenue flights at time of booking
Respond to Sales/RM and in-SOC questions regarding weather/performance
New-airport analysis
Current-day weather and performance monitoring
72-hour operational outlook
Maintain XOJET culture across all SOC teams
Support and assist Supervisor, Operations as directed
Support and assist Sr. Director, SOC as directed
High school diploma or GED. College degree a plus.
Aviation operational knowledge required
Dispatcher certificate or pilot license a plus
Dynamic and energetic spirit coupled with a strong desire to create and win
Self-starter who thrives in a dynamic, fast-paced environment
Highly detail oriented with excellent quantitative and qualitative analytical and organizational skills
Excellent verbal and written communication skills
Ability to multi-task and work in a team environment
Proficient with PC and Microsoft Office skills (including Word and Excel) and ability to learn new programs quickly.
Department: Operations
Location: MCC
Reports to: Supervisor, Operations
FLSA Classification: Non-exempt

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