• Complying with all Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) requirements and regulations and International School of Aviation Excellence (ISAE) policies and safety practices.
• Overseeing operation of the aircraft according to the manufacturer’s recommendations, limitations and restrictions.
• Providing professional flight training in all courses in accordance with ISAE syllabi, Part 61 of the Federal Aviation Regulations (FAR) and the applicable Practical Test Standard (PTS).
• Strategically plan flight training lessons with considerations of real-time weather, flight time required and tasks to be completed in accordance with ISAE syllabi.
• Equipping the student with the requisite skill to successfully complete the flight training syllabus and also prepares the student for the FAA practical tests.
• Following a predetermined training schedule, notifying students of necessary changes in a timely manner.
• Maintaining a record of student attendance and flight training conducted with each assigned student, to include an accurate log of flight hours, in accordance with ISAE syllabi.
• Complying with rigorous record keeping procedures established by the FAA and maintains personal records of training given, required by the FARs.
• Completing all required paperwork and documentation for each assigned student in preparation for a knowledge or practical test.
• Communicating effectively, both orally and in writing, with students, colleagues and leadership on a regular basis.
• Student progress reporting.
• Incorporating safety considerations into all aspects of training with focus on Preflight Preparation, Single Pilot, and Crew, Resource Management.
• Participating in safety meetings and other related functions, e.g. Safety Stand Down days.
• Communicating with maintenance staff by recording and reporting aircraft discrepancies that result in an un-airworthy condition and submit additional required safety reports, if requested.
• Performing post maintenance test flights on ISAE aircraft as required. ... Continue Reading
Previous teaching and/or instructional experience preferred.
Associate’s Degree or Higher
Hold a current FAA Basic Rotorcraft-Helicopter Pilot Certificate
Hold a current FAA Commercial Rotorcraft-Helicopter Pilot Certificate with Instrument-Helicopter Rating
Hold a current FAA Flight Instructor Rotorcraft-Helicopter Pilot Certificate with Instrument-Helicopter Rating
FAA Class 2 Medical Certificate ... Continue Reading
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