Accomplish the full range of aircrew academic, simulator, and flight training in the UH-1N aircraft and mission sets to include support of live flight training operations.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities
Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
Provide formal aircrew academic, simulator, and flight training to officer and enlisted initial qualification, requalification, instructor upgrade, and key staff students to conduct combat search and rescue missions utilizing low level flight, helicopter aerial refueling operations, alternate insertion and extraction methods, emergency procedures training, systems instruction, instrument flight, and tactical operations.
Provide academic and simulator refresher training to qualified officer and enlisted world-wide UH-1N aircrew members.
Assist in the development of and ensuring the Instructional Systems Design (ISD) process is correctly applied to all UH-1N courseware
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Qualifications and Education Requirements
Minimum of an Associate degree or equivalent
Current as a Pilot in the UH-1N within the previous two years; or within the previous 8 years if the candidate has performed 8 years of military operational flying duty at the time of hire with at least two years or 200 hours experience as in in-flight instructor in the UH-1N.
Candidates will be subject to frequent written and performance evaluations to levels of expert knowledge and instructional ability.
Must be willing and able to work varying shifts, weekend, and in outdoors conditions as required
Must possess an FAA commercial pilot and flight instructor certificate with rotorcraft category, helicopter class and instrument helicopter ratings on both certificates.
Must also be a graduate of any DoD rotary-wing instructor pilot course.
Must possess and maintain FAA Second Class flight physical
Will be subject to the Company security investigation and must be able to obtain/maintain the required security clearance (Secret)
Community College of the Air Force qualification and formal training on instructor methodologies and curriculum development.
Over 2000 hours in the UH-1N
Over 100 hours of Night Vision Goggle time
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