This is a split role where the Chief Flight Instructor duties will be carried out in the fall/winter and the Detection/Birddog duties in the spring/summer.
Carry out duties as described in the Canadian Aviation Regulations 426.22
Recruit and manage a team of flight instructors
Maintain the company flight and ground training programs to Transport Canada standards
Oversee the training and coaching of flight instructors, participating personally to the extent necessary to ensure a high-quality result
Ensure all flight instructors receive orientation and appropriate training in accordance with organizational standards
Ensure the operational control of the flight training unit including the supervision of all flight and ground instructors.
Collaborate with the Training Coordinator to develop lesson plans, ground briefings, ground school, examination preparations and overall flight and ground instructional quality
Performs as a Detection or Birddog pilot during the company fire season
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Class 2 Flight Instructor Rating
Strong working relationship with Transport Canada
Class 1 Flight Instructor Rating
Group 1 Instrument Rating
Airline Transport Pilot License (ATPL)
Commercial IFR flight experience outside of a flight school environment
At least 2000 hours total flight time including 300 hours MPIC
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