Essential Functions Statements
Develop, maintain, and distribute a weekly use schedule for unit and regional pilots’ training.
Update this schedule weekly in coordination with the local Quality Assurance Representative.
The supported battalions/units/AASF will develop its own Simulator Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) containing policies, guidelines, and administrative procedures for scheduling simulator training and keeping records.
Contribute to any development or revision of the Simulator SOP and shall comply with the SOP as long as it does not conflict with this PWS.
Instruction of all base and mission tasks in accordance with the appropriate aircraft ATM, APART academic evaluation topics as listed in the applicable ATM, mission scenario development, instrument training/evaluation, crew coordination, and collective operator training.
Provide in the monthly report, at a minimum, the performance tasks accomplished at each device location and projected tasks to be accomplished for the following month.
Services shall be adequate to support 4-5 two-hour periods per day per simulator device. The number of periods per day will be dependent upon the operating hours of that device as prescribed by the local command. Simulators will typically be operated between the hours of 0700 and 1900 local time but can be flexed to accommodate the facilities operating hours. ARNG training sites typically operate four (4) days each week for ten (10) hours each day and at least one weekend each month. Traditional five (5) day, eight (8) hour per day, one weekend each month schedules can also be found at some ARNG facilities. Site specific hours of operation will be provided in the Task Order.
Document all individual pilot simulator hour usage on DA Form 2408-12, at the completion of each flight, in accordance with DA PAM 738-751, for subsequent transcription by the owning unit in the devices’ logbook daily DA Form 2408-13.Report device utilization (to include no-shows, availability rate, scenario development time unique to I/O, and downtime) to QAR at the conclusion of each work week.
Report device utilization data in the Task Order Monthly Report. ... Continue Reading
Required Education, Experience and Certificates
Education: High School Diploma
Experience: UH-72 (Lakota) Simulator Instructor Operator (IO).
Qualified as an Instructor Pilot in the respective aircraft simulator and an Instrument Flight Examiner or have documented three years of experience as an Aviation Simulator I/O in the required aircraft device (UH-72).
Qualifications shall be made available to the COR upon request.
Prior experience training or operating with Army Aviation (or Military Equivalent).
Certificates and Licenses:
FAA Commercial Pilot or Airline Transport Pilot Certificate.
Secret security clearance.
Valid Driver’s License
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