The Flight Instructor delivers exceptional ground and simulator flight instruction in accordance with aviation regulations and the Company Training principles.
Tasks and Responsibilities
Conduct pilot ground and simulator training for clients receiving core, specialty or enrichment training courses.
Develop and prepare training materials that support training delivery to meet the client needs in accordance with the applicable curriculum.
Evaluate and measure trainee progress and recommend for qualification, or additional training.
Complete accurate training records specific to each client, aiding their success in achieving the requested objective(s).
Identify client training issues and seek assistance prior to execution.
Maintain Instructor qualifications in accordance with regulatory requirements. ... Continue Reading
Hold or have held JAA / EASA licenses
Have at least 1,500 hours as a pilot of multi-pilot aircraft,
OR for single pilot types, at least 1,500 hours in multi-pilot operations and have completed at least 500 hours of flight time as PIC on single pilot aircraft. Note: Currency in ratings is not required.
Occasional travel may be required, such as 1-2 weeks’ training in the US.
Knowledge, Skills, Abilities
Excellent fluency in English, through both verbal and written communications, i.e. the ability able to speak, understand, read and write.
Excellent listening skills
Knowledge of aviation safety standards and practices
Knowledge of common aviation regulations
Ability to manage classes and teach effectively
First-level facilitation skills
First-level customer service skills
Ability to be coachable and receive feedback to support development. ... Continue Reading
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