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Job Description

Be part of the world’s leading airline academy. Lead change, bring your ideas, ingenuity, and determination and make a real difference, in return you will enjoy the most competitive salary package and benefits, career security and flexibility, set in beautiful and thriving parts of the world, in state-of-the-art facilities
 
If you thrive in a dynamic environment, enjoy working with people and are motivated by delivering excellence, then we could be a good fit for you, and you for us.
 
Benefits
  • Full Time Position
  • Annual salary range $75,000 (DOE) 
  • Additional sign-on bonus, $10k after the first two years and $15k after five years of employment
  • Health Insurance
  • 401k Investment
  • PTO - 18 days, plus 5-Sick Days
  • Holidays - 9 days
  • Relocation Support
As an instructor your responsibilities will include:
  • Flight training of independent and contract students as assigned
  • Conduct flight training in accordance with FARs and SAA course outline or contract training course, as appropriate
  • Maintain accurate logbook records of assigned students and they are scheduled for stage checks in a timely manner
  • Manage assigned students training within syllabus and the schedule
  • Maintain currency in all procedures and regulations
  • Maintain recency in accordance with FAR 61.57 on file with instructor records
  • Adhere to SOP's and regulations
  • Complete initial Instructor standardization in accordance with FAR 141.79
  • Complete annual recurrent instructor standardization in accordance with FAR 141
  • Complete periodic Line Checks/Evaluation Flights as required
  • Participate and promote the safety culture, reporting all aviation safety related issues via the feedback system, and adhere to the processes related to accomplishing goals
  • Perform Non-EOC and EOC stage checks
  • Other tasks assigned by the Program Manager, Chief Instructor, and/or Center Director
Qualifications & Professional requirements:
  • Commercial Pilot Certificate and valid Flight Instructor Certificates
  • First, Second- or Third-Class Medical Certificate
  • Recency of experience in accordance with FAR 61.57
  • Minimum of 2000 hours total time and 1000 dual given
  • CFIA, CFII and Commercial Multi-Engine ratings
  • MEI preferred
  • Effective communication skills, along with a positive and professional attitude
  • Well organised and analytical, with the ability to multi-task and handle multiple priorities
  • Fluency in English, through both verbal and written communications
  • Ability to interact with various levels of management in a professional manner
  • Ability to interact with varied customer base (current and/or prospective) while providing high level of customer service
  • Ability to adapt to changing schedules and high-pressure situations
 
Should you wish to be considered for this opportunity please submit your up to date CV and we will follow up with a confidential phone call to discuss!