Proficient in conducting all aspects of the Fleet Replacement Detachment, Cherry Point and Fleet Squadron syllabi for flight training on KC-130 flight simulator
Flight training will include but not limited to aircraft systems, operating procedures, tactical employment of the KC 130 aircraft which will include briefs and debriefs of training event
Assist in teaching, updating and maintenance of related curriculum syllabi which will include but not limited to: Instructor lesson guides, Simulator Scenarios, computer based training, and classroom lectures.
Evaluate and record student training/mission performance; evaluate and record trainer performance in accordance with established criteria.
Assist in training device testing/evaluation associate with the introduction of new weapon systems or Engineering Change Proposal as they affect the training system.
Requires mental alertness and acute concentration for long periods of time during training scenarios.
Ability to handle stressful training environments.
Must present a professional appearance in demeanor and dress at all times.
Perform other tasks as designated by the KC-130 Lead Instructor or Site Manager. ... Continue Reading
A Contract Instructor Pilot (CIP) for the KC-130 must be or have been a Naval Air Training Operating Procedures Standardization (NATOPS) qualified Aircraft Commander on the KC-130 aircraft within the preceding five (5) years or have been a simulator instructor within the preceding five (5) years for the KC-130.A Contract Instructor (CI) must have a minimum of one (1) Fleet tour and eight hundred (800) flying hours in the KC-130 aircraft.
A CIP must successfully complete the NATOPS Open Book, Closed Book, and boldface exams and annually renew qualification with the scheduling authority.A CIP must take an annual check/standardization (STAN) flight in the KC-130 simulator. (STAN) check conducted at the Instructor/Operator Station (I/OS) during a regularly scheduled training event.
CIP shall understand and demonstrate knowledge of KC-130 mission, Crew procedures, Tactics, Night Vision Devices (NVD) and threat systems, Fleet Replacement Pilot (FRP) syllabi, and ability to instruct and utilize JMPS is desired.
The applicant must be a US citizen, possess the ability to obtain a US passport.Applicant will be subject to a government security investigation and must meet eligibility requirements to receive and maintain a minimum of a SECRET clearance for access to classified information.
Physical ability to walk, stand and sit for extended periods of time (4 hours), be able to climb 2 flights of stairs, to climb open graded ladders for cockpit access, to lift and carry 50 pounds. ... Continue Reading
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