Aircraft Flight Instructor is responsible for delivering high quality flight, simulator and ground instruction to students in compliance with the company Training standards and safety standards and applicable aviation authority regulations.
Ensures that course standards, training requirements and objectives are met by each student.
Trains students with a strong focus on professional behavior and attitude besides strong theoretical and practical knowledge of flying. Therefore ‘’teaching by example’’ is a very important responsibility for the flight instructor.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities
Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
Instruct students in practical and simulator training strictly adhering to the applicable training and safety standards, quality standards and/or other company directives.
Monitor, plan and assist students to enable satisfactory progress through the course and stay within established timelines; timely and pro-active reporting and action to prevent delays and unsatisfactory progress.
Promote safe behavior at all times and comply in behavior and execution with the safety management system.
Ensure all students understand and practice all aspects of the internal safety management system.
Complete in a timely and accurate manner all student and flight related administration and records including planning for examinations.
Teach by example by behaving as an exemplary role model to students promoting professional, disciplined and safe behavior.
Monitor technical and internal status and cleanliness of all the aircraft concerned and report discrepancies to the responsible people.
Attend administrative, standardization and instructor development meetings and in-service training.
Attend open days and trade shows as requested.
Identify and initiate improvements for practical instruction and training standards and work with responsible people to constantly improve safety and quality levels.
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Qualifications and Education Requirements
Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Certified Flight Instructor Instrument (CFII) Airplane single engine with commercial privileges
500 hours airplane flight time of which 200 hours instruction
Ability to obtain a FAA 2nd class medical
No aircraft accident or aviation violation convictions.
Strong written and verbal communication skills
Ability to work well in a highly structured environment
Team & results oriented
Knowledge of MS Office tools
Must be able to work independently, with minimal supervision.
Must be able to work overtime as required.
Must be willing to work any shift or day of the week as required.
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