Ground/Simulator Instructor - Challenger 604 based in Tucson, AZ.
The Ground/Simulator Instructor is responsible for the accomplishment of pilot ground school training and ground-based simulator training conducted for Clients receiving Initial, Recurrent or generic training courses and objectively measures the training progress of Clients within the established curriculum.
Maintain Instructor qualification in accordance with regulatory requirements.
Deliver training to the company clients in accordance with the company Instructor Handbook.
Develop, utilize, maintain and revise lesson plans and Pilot Training publications in accordance with the company Instructor Handbook when applicable.
Complete and revise course syllabi and Expanded Instructor Action Guides (EIAGs) as delegated.
Keep current all certificates, ratings and designations required to perform duties as an Instructor.
Deliver training to the company Clients in accordance with the Company Instructor Handbook.
Perform administrative and recordkeeping duties relative to training. Report any Client training concerns to the Director of Training (DOT).
Interact with Simulator technicians concerning all Simulator functions and malfunctions during training and document accordingly.
Adhere to a required work schedule, including prompt and regular attendance. ... Continue Reading
Required For All Ground/Simulator Instructors:
Must be able and willing to participate in the company DOT Drug & Alcohol testing program.
An unrestricted ATP certificate, or an ICAO member state Airline Transport Pilot License*
Must have five (5) years of related experience.If no ATP, must meet the requirements of:
14 CFR part 61.153
14 CFR part 61.64 without a Supervised Operating Experience (SOE) limitation.
Basic computer proficiency – Microsoft Office and other internet based programs
A minimum of one unrestricted PIC type rating;
FAR Part 135, FAR Part 121, or military training experience;
2,500 hours of total flight time
EASA / European instructor requirements:
Hold or have held a CPL, MPL or ATPL in the appropriate aircraft category (although see below);
Must have five (5) years of related experience.
MPA: for an SFI(A) for multi-pilot airplanes, have at least 1,500 hours flight time as a pilot on multi-pilot airplanes
SPHPCA: for an SFI(A) for single-pilot high performance complex airplanes (such as Mustang, PC-24, HA-420, Premier, C525, etc)
Have at least 1,500 hours flight time as a pilot in multi-pilot operations (such as flying for a Commercial Operator in SPHPCA which requires 2 pilots) to train Multi-Pilot Operations
Have at least 500 hours of flight time as PIC on single-pilot airplanes
Hold or have held a multi-engine IR(A) rating ... Continue Reading
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