Flight Instructors are certified flight instructors and as such, will maintain high standards of training, air discipline and personal conduct as they train student pilots in various courses offered at the Campus. Flight Instructors develop pilots by emphasizing safety and risk mitigation during flight operations as their students matriculate through the Professional Pilot Course. In addition, Flight Instructors are managers of student training portfolios with essential duties and responsibilities listed below.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities
CFI scheduling and coordinating with students toward their training progress, with results at no less than minimum appropriate rates for each student
Responsible for the management and scheduling of their assigned students; perform flight and ground instruction as assigned by supervisory personnel
Maintain training records, and complete required documentation relating to student training, progress, and school operation at the Certified Flight Instructor (CFI) level
Maintain a consistent quality of instruction at not less than the level mandated by the school, or by the Federal Aviation Regulations, whichever is to the higher standard
Attend mandatory standardization training and perform Solo Monitor duties when required
Provide administrative documentation pertinent to student training within prescribed time limits
Develop and prepare course outlines, study materials, and instructional procedures for student enrolled in basic, advanced, or instrument ground school
Lecture on various subjects such as aircraft construction, federal aviation regulations, and ratio navigation
Using synthetic instrument trainers, demonstrate operation of various aircraft components and instruments, and techniques for controlling aircraft during maneuvers such as taxiing, takeoff, and landing
Observe student's actions during training flights to ensure assimilation of classroom instruction and to comply with Federal Aviation Regulations
Tests and evaluates students' progress, using written and performance tests and oral interviews
Accomplish weekly scheduling functions and submit a daily report for Student Progress
Prepare students for flight evaluations by providing high quality training and effective feedback
Instructor abilities will be evaluated primarily by the Stage Check pass rates of students
Flight Instructors will be required to accomplish student scheduling and progress reporting. The expectation is that the scheduling process should take no longer than one hour to accomplish, and student progress reporting should take no longer than 10 minutes each day to accomplish
Flight Instructors can provide flight instruction for an FAA-mandated maximum of 8 hours per day and are encouraged to use the scheduling system to their advantage to accomplish this flight time
Please note, this job description is not designed to cover or contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties or responsibilities that are required of the employee for this job. Duties, responsibilities, and activities may change at any time with or without notice. ... Continue Reading
Education and Work Experience
High school education or general education degree (GED) is required and active pursuit of undergraduate degree highly sought; FAA CFI required; CFII/MEI highly sought.
Knowledge and Skills
FAA Class II Medical ... Continue Reading
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