Provide MH-60R Aircraft Systems/operational procedures instruction in classroom, simulator, and/or practical environments. Assist as Subject Matter Expert in development of curriculum for courses, as required. May provide additional special services such as courseware review and other additional administrative duties such as publications, safety, quality audits, scheduling, and other duties as maybe assigned, etc.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities
Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
Duties of the contract instructor (CI) will normally involve direct interface with trainees, Instructors, and other users conducting training in a full-motion aircraft simulator, lecturing in classroom contexts, and providing ground-based training on aircraft.
Conduct scheduled CI led/supported training for Training Device and Systems Training (including briefs and debriefs) using traditional and modern tools such as interactive white boards, computers, and video projector systems.
Evaluate and document student training/mission performance, as required.
Evaluate and record trainer performance in accordance with established Commonwealth criteria.
Review curriculum, assess and recommend improvements to the training program via the appropriate training management officials.
Provide classroom instruction and recommendations for improvement, to include tests and test materials, lesson plans, and trainee guides under the guidelines of current directives.
Conduct training device operation instruction to personnel as necessary, to include briefing, debriefing and grading/assessments.
Assist in training device testing/evaluation associated with periodic qualification or introduction of new or modified systems or Engineering Change Proposals (ECPs) as they affect the training system.
Provide academic instruction to include Instructor led lecture discussion for self-paced Computer Aided Instruction (CAI), Computer Based Training (CBT), etc. in support of courses required for the MH-60R.
Assist with training device inspections and qualification programs and other special projects, as required, to include mishap re-creation and testing.
Maintenance and improvement of Curriculum/Syllabus/Testing. Update, modify, and maintain currency of mission scenarios to support specific training. Assess training, syllabus, and mission scenarios for effectiveness and recommend improvements to the training program.
Assist in updating/creation of feedback information methodology to use for students undergoing training.
Update and recommend new testing instruments to identify training baseline and measure proficiency of training objectives as approved by the Commonwealth in consultation with the company.
Make recommendations for update(s) and maintain interim changes to curriculum material(s), including but not limited to, tests and test materials, lesson plans, and trainee guides under the guidelines of current Commonwealth directives.
Review syllabi and recommend changes to the lessons based on NATOPS changes, engineering changes, and evolving mission areas changes.
Provide assistance in the validation of training device discrepancies and corrective actions.
Participate in airworthiness boards when requested by the company.
Introduce and explain the operation, capabilities and limitations of respective device(s)/training equipment and the aircraft simulated to various tour groups and individuals as may be required by company.
Attend required scheduled meetings (e.g., Scheduling, Standardization, Commonwealth Instructor Pilot/Aircrew, and Intelligence Updates).
Performs administrative duties such as record keeping, monitoring student progress, counseling, quality assurance, safety, security, and maintenance of training programs and equipment.
Must be physically able to enter simulator, experience simulator motion, and take cognizance of attendees’ safety when on board the simulator.
Must be able to stand up and conduct academic instruction in simulator and classrooms for up to six hours each day.
Must maintain proficiency in operation of essential MH-60R Aircrew Training Devices.
Aviation instruction is a highly specialized function that requires the instructor to have prior aircraft operating experience and the ability to hold creditability and the attention of the customer attendees.
Must acquire and maintain take-off, landing, and emergency procedure proficiency.
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Pilots shall have a minimum of 500 command hours on multi engine, multi crew, medium helicopter (H-60), or Conduct of Training Authority agreed equivalent. (Recent experience as an MH-60R Instructor Pilot or Evaluator Pilot desired.)
Have a minimum of two (2) years instructional experience in an aircrew training environment on military rotary wing platforms.
Shall have completed at least one sea-going tour with the company
Shall possess the qualifications and experience necessary to be able to be authorized by the company examiner or delegate as a competent simulator instructor in all MH-60R curriculum sequences in the TOFT, OFT & WTT.
Shall have previous anti-submarine and surface warfare experience.
Must be able to work overtime as required.
Must be willing to work any shift or day of the week as required.
Incumbent must be eligible for DoD Personal Security Clearance.
Pilot instructors shall undergo, and be required to pass, a periodic instructor assessment, in accordance with Standing Instructions by a relevant HQ-FAA Chief Aircrew examiner or delegate.
Required to maintain an annual A2I, Authority to Instruct, certification in accordance with Standing Instructions standards.
Must be willing to participate in regular Peer Reviews conducted both internally and well as in conjunction with the company
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