Key responsibilities and accountabilities:
Responsible for promoting flight safety throughout the school.
Accountable for ensuring that the school is in compliance with the regulatory requirements with regard to delivery of flight training.
Defining and monitoring the required quality and standard of flight training given by the training staff.
Ensuring training policies and processes are suitable for task and regulatory requirements.
Communicating/promoting policies, procedures and standards throughout the school.
Ensuring that all flight training documentation, manuals and courseware are fit for purpose and meet the requirements of the business.
Ensuring that flight training is delivered to meet objective of being the safest, highest quality and customer focused training school in the world.
Management and development of all instructors on base. ... Continue Reading
Must hold a CPL, IR, ME, FI, CRI and IRI.
This could be issued by the UK CAA or EASA
1,000 hours of flight time as pilot-in-command (PIC).
At least 500 of those hours should be on flying instructional duties related to the flying courses provided, of which 200 hours may be instrument ground time.
Ideally hold UK CAA Flight Examiner privileges
Outstanding communication and interpersonal skills, both written and verbal, to motivate and encourage staff, to deal effectively with internal and external contacts ranging from executive to administrative levels.
Demonstrable record of leadership in a flight training management role.
Extensive experience in training as an instructor for professional pilot’s license.No aircraft accident or aviation violation convictions.
Ability to concentrate and work in a fast-paced environment.
Readily accepts changes and adjusts accordingly.
Ability to maintain strong customer orientation under adverse circumstances.
Ideally have the right to work in the USA, although some visa support is potentially available. ... Continue Reading
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