Captain (Pilot) - Winnipeg, MB

Position: ATR 42/72 - Captain
Location: Winnipeg, MB
Start Date: immediately

The Opportunity:

We are looking for an experienced Pilot with proven leadership skills, looking for an opportunity to join the Calm Air team as an ATR 42/72 Captain based out of Winnipeg, MB.

For the duration of the flight duty, the Captain is directly responsible for the safety of all crew members, passengers and/or cargo on board the aircraft. This responsibility begins with crew check-in at the start of duty and acceptance of the aircraft and remains with the Captain until all crew members are reassigned or released from duty and the aircraft is accepted by ground staff or other operating crew

Key Accountabilities:

  • Ensures that the aircraft is operated in accordance with the Aircraft Operating Manual, Company Operations Manuals, Company Operational Policies, and Government Regulations
  • Follow all Standard Operating Procedures and ensure a high degree of standardization is maintained
  • Provide mentorship and guidance to the First Officers while assisting with upgrades
  • Provide leadership to all crew members while operating
  • Assist with investigation and corrective actions of Flight Ops SMS reports as required
  • Ensure technical support of Flight Operations to ensure regulatory compliance as necessary
  • Ensure Pilot Standards are maintained


  • Effective communication skills
  • Excellent interpersonal skills, delegation, and initiative
  • Demonstrated effective decision-making skills
  • 4000+ hours total time
  • 1500+ hours PIC (Pilot in Command)
  • 1000+ hours PIC on type preferred
  • ATR PPC Preferred
  • ATPL Licence preferred
  • Previous CARs 705 experience preferred
  • Valid Class 1 Medical
  • Must hold a current valid passport; if you do not hold a Canadian Passport then a Canadian
  • Permanent Resident card
  • Northern flight experience is an asset

We are an equal opportunity employer. We encourage interested applicants to submit a resume in confidence by December 15, 2019, to Chief Pilot Jan McNish at