ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: Specific tasks to be performed by the Helicopter Instructor Pilot include but are not limited to the following:
Provide flight training and checking in the Bell 206BIII and Robinson R44 aircraft.Conduct pre-flight and post-flight briefings covering essential topics such as weather, route of flight, departure procedures, normal/emergency procedures, and tasks to be accomplished.
Maintain a thorough knowledge of the aircraft systems, avionics, normal, and emergency procedures.
Conduct all assigned instructional activities with an emphasis on safety, in accordance with our Safety Management System program.
As Pilot-in-Command, apply the principles of Crew Resource Management.Utilize teamwork, multitasking, task prioritization, effective communication, and time management skills.
Complete flight-related forms as necessary.
Other duties as assigned.
Must be able to obtain a FAA federal-level security clearance.
Must be fluent in English.
Extremely detail oriented, precise, organized and able to work independently and manage/prioritize multiple projects simultaneously.
Must be punctual in all aspects of job performance. ... Continue Reading
Flight Time and Certification Requirements:
Minimum of 800 hours total PIC time in helicopters
300 hours dual given and a minimum of 50 hours instructor time in the past 12 months
50 hours actual/simulated instrument conditions preferred.
Instrument training experience in last 12 months of 25 hours preferred.
Valid Certified Flight Instructor (CFI), and Certified Flight Instructor Instrument (CFII), Rotorcraft – Helicopter required.
Minimum Second Class Medical
Been authorized by endorsement from an FAA aviation safety inspector or authorized designated examiner to conduct Robinson R44 flight instruction and ground training as required by SFAR 73, paragraph 5. ... Continue Reading
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