The Simulator Instructor is a person who is qualified to instruct, but only in an FFS, in a flight training device, or both, for a Dash-8.
The Simulator Instructor must be comfortable working in a fast-paced environment and be confident in their ability to deliver effective employee training to crew members while maintaining high-quality standards.
This will require strong communication skills, being a team player, and a safety-oriented mindset. Other responsibilities aligned with Core Values include, but are not limited to:
Upholding safety by making decisions that ensure policy and procedural compliance and accountability for ground handling operations' safety and/or security.
Demonstrating commitment through the implementation, coordination, and monitoring of designated training programs within the organization;
Acting with integrity when keeping required records to reflect the qualification of each employee as required. This requires the maintenance of training records for a large employee group with various regulatory requirements;
Embodying the spirit of connectedness by implementing and delivering employee training that effectively ensures the success, growth, and safety of employees.
Showing reliability through conducting on-the-job training for ground employees in accordance with all company and Regulatory policies and procedures while ensuring sufficient training is done to meet expected demands as indicated by the needs of the business;
Promoting commitment by engaging in courteous and respectful interactions with customers, supervisors, co-workers, and business associates. ... Continue Reading
The company may not assign, nor may any person serve as a check airman or Flight Instructor or Simulator Instructor unless they meet the following requirements:
Must have High School Diploma/GED.
Must be authorized to work in the country without employer sponsorship.
Must be able to pass a comprehensive background check.
Must hold the airman certificate and ratings, except medical certificate, required to serve as a pilot in command in 14 CFR Part 121 operations.
Must have served at least one year as a pilot in command or 2nd in command of a turboprop aircraft.
Flight instructors who have reached their 65th birthday or who do not hold an appropriate medical certificate may function as flight instructors but may not serve as flight crew members in operations under this part.
Must have a valid driver’s license and a good driving record.
Must have a strong safety awareness and the ability to adhere to Safety Management Systems (SMS).
Must be able to speak, read, write, and understand English fluently.
Must be eligible to work in the United States without employer sponsorship.
Must be comfortable working in an airport environment around odors and sounds typically associated with operating aircraft. ... Continue Reading
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