Responsible for instructing pilots in flight procedures and techniques and for preparing them for validations and evaluations.
Conducts task and line oriented training in Full Flight Simulator and Flight Training Device for the company line pilots and pilots from other carriers. Provides instruction and certifies completion of modules within the flight training segment of the company Qualification and Continuing Qualification curricula. Develops and prepares module outlines, study materials, and instructional techniques as dictated by curriculum and pilot needs. Gives briefings on various subjects relating to operation of the company (or other air line) aircraft in accordance with approved policies and procedures. Masters operation of various aircraft components and instruments, as well as techniques for controlling aircraft during normal and non-normal maneuvers. Observes pilots’ actions during training modules to ensure assimilation of classroom instruction and to comply with the company Regulations. Evaluates pilots’ progress, including oral interviews, using approved qualification standards and grading criteria.
(Training Pay is $381.84 per Event. Pay for Fully Qualified Instructors starts at $405.09 per Event.) ... Continue Reading
Required. 2000 hours experience as an airman (this requirement waived for NWA ATIs). One year experience as PIC or SIC on a turbojet airplane.
Desired. Bachelor’s degree (B.A.) from four-year college or university. ... Continue Reading
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