Duties and Responsibilities/Essential Functions
Adhere to all industry and established safety procedures and policies when performing job duties
Provide excellent and professional customer service
Make timely and accurate decisions regarding safety of flight
Conduct training events following program guidance and requirements
Provide flight and ground instruction per standards defined in policy and procedure documents.
Meticulously record all training event activities and results in pilot training recordsRecommend students for FAA written and practical tests
Training events consist of flight lessons in aircraft, one-on-one ground instruction, and classroom ground instruction
Implement a variety of training techniques to accommodate differences in learning styles and needs
Assess pilot performance in the psychomotor, cognitive, and affective domains for each training event
Discover opportunities to customize training events to fit individual student needsAct as pilot in command of aircraft while performing corporate flight missions, ferry flights, internal training flights, and demonstration flights
Perform normal pre-flight and post flight inspections as well as clean, fuel, add oil and de-ice fluid, update chart subscriptions, etc.
Attend and lead pilot safety briefings
Manage travel expenses in accordance with company policies
Continuous learning of the latest developments in the Aircraft line of aircraft products
Process and maintain a deep level of aircraft knowledge and be a model aviator, flight instructor, and representative
Provide feedback for program improvements
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To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential function satisfactorily.
The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable qualified individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
Current FAA Flight Instructor Certificate
Airplane Single engine
Hold FAA Pilot Certificate
Commercial Airplane Single Engine Land
Current Second-class Airman Medical Certificate or higher
1000 hours acting as instructor required
350 hours Aircraft experience required
Hold CSIP or equivalent required
IFR in congested airspace, mountain flying, extensive IMC, international flight, and night experience preferred ... Continue Reading
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