ESSENTIAL SKILLS AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
•Provides Pilot procedures instruction in aircraft, classroom, and simulator or other platform environments.
•Provides Crew Resource Management (CRM) and Instrument Refresher Course (IRC) training.
•Must be thoroughly proficient in evaluating, diagnosing, and critiquing student performance; identifying learning
difficulties; recognizing objectives not accomplished; and prescribing and conducting remedial instruction.
•Assists in the development of curriculum for new type courses as required.
•Review existing lessons and/or changes to existing lessons.
•Provides suggestions to improve and update training policies and procedures.
•Promotes a positive attitude towards learning and embracing new technologies and tasks.
•Conducts ground training for other crewmembers to include diagnosis and remediation of student issues.
•Assists in project and development work as assigned.
•Performs administrative duties such as scheduling, record keeping, monitoring student progress, gradebook entries,counseling, quality assurance, safety, security, and maintenance of training programs and equipment.
•Must be physically able to enter and exit both simulator and aircraft as per government regulations and OSHA standards.
•Must be able to stand up and conduct academic instruction in simulator and classrooms for up to six hours each day.
•Must maintain proficiency in operation of essential Aircrew Training Devices. Aviation instruction is a highly specialized function that requires the instructor to have prior aircraft operating experience and the ability to hold creditability and the attention of the customer attendees.
•Must acquire and maintain simulated instrument, take-off, landing, and emergency procedure proficiency.
•Evaluates instructor personnel in classroom and devices, if required.
•Perform observation flights biennially in MEP status aboard aircraft (as required).
•Ensure compliance with AETCI 36-2909
•Adhere to periodic testing and evaluations on an annual basis, pass Government evaluation open and closed book exams,and pass flight evaluations on a training device.
•Other duties as assigned ... Continue Reading
To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily.
The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required.
Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
EDUCATION and/or EXPERIENCE:
Previously qualified as an E-4B aircraft commander with 1000 hours of E-4B flight experience and be a graduate of a formal instructor course; or, Prior E-4B instructor pilot with 200 hours of instructor experience.
Aerial Refueling (AR) instructors will be previously E-4B AR instructor qualified. ... Continue Reading
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