Conduct scheduled IP led/supported training for training devices and systems trainers, including operating and static aircraft, including briefs and debriefs, using traditional and modern tools such as interactive white boards, computers and video projectors.
Evaluate and document student training/mission performance as required.Evaluate and record trainer performance in accordance with established Navy doctrine.
Review curriculum, assess, and recommend improvements to the training program via the appropriate training management officials.
Perform flights and flight training consistent with USG-approved flight syllabus.Conduct training device operation/instruction to personnel as necessary, to include briefing, debriefing and grading/assessments.
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 MH-60R Sensor Operators.
Provide classroom instruction and recommendations for improvement, to include test materials, lesson plans, and trainee guides under the guidelines of current directives. ... Continue Reading
Aviation instruction is a highly specialized function that requires the instructor to have credibility established by prior aircraft operational experience, prior instructional experience, and the ability to hold the attention of the students.
IP shall have a minimum of 500 pilot in command hours as an MH-60R IP or Evaluator.
Comparably experienced H-60B/F/H/S pilots with ASW experience also considered.
CFI/II or equivalent military instructor ratings preferred.
Shall have previous anti-submarine and anti-surface warfare mission experience.Possess and maintain a FAA Class II Medical Certificate.
Must be eligible to hold a SECRET DoD Personal Security Clearance.
Must be willing to work any hours, any shift, or day of the week as required.
Must be able to work overtime as required. ... Continue Reading
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