TitleFlight Instructor III
Location , USA
Flight Instructor III
Flight Instructor III
The primary function of the Flight Instructor III is to train customers to become private, commercial, instrument, multi engine, ATP, and instructor rated pilots capable of safely demonstrating the skills and knowledge necessary to operate the aircraft for which they are being trained.
Flight Instructor III with Central Flying Service, Inc. reports directly to the Flight Training Department Manager.
Required: High School Diploma or GED
Preferred: College degree in Aviation
Required: FAA issued CFI – Certified Flight Instructor Certificate
CFII – Certified Flight Instructor Instrument
MEI – Multi Engine Instructor
3rd Class Medical
Valid Driver's License
The experience required for this job is the completion of all FAA mandated flight training necessary for the issuance of all ratings mentioned above. Central Flying Service, Inc. would prefer that experience be part of the flight training program at Central Flying Service, Inc.
Skill, Knowledge and Abilities
The Flight Instructor III must have the piloting and people skills necessary to be an effective teacher.
The Flight Instructor III must be able to provide good customer service to the student pilot/customer.
The Flight Instructor III must have an instructional knowledge of the subject they intend to teach.
The Flight Instructor III must be able to pass the FAA mandated medical exam and maintain that same physical condition in order to continue working as an instructor for Central Flying Service, Inc.
The Flight Instructor III must be able to enter into and exit from, without assistance, all aircraft operated by the Flight Training Department at Central Flying Service, Inc.
Must be able to read, understand, and interpret instructions and information using the English language.
Must be able to effectively communicate new concepts to student pilots and develop methods for insuring the student pilot can demonstrate an understanding of the concept once taught.
The employee will be required to travel throughout all maintenance spaces, hangars, and across aircraft parking ramps, exposed to the temperature ranges found in Little Rock, AR.
The Instructor should be aware of potential hearing damage from noise related to the operation of aircraft and take the necessary precautions to protect themselves and their student pilots.
The primary job function of the Flight Instructor III is to train private, commercial, instrument, multi engine, ATP, and instructor rated pilots.
The Flight Instructor III position is also a sales position and will promote the sales of goods and services at Central Flying Service, Inc.
AUTHORITIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
The Flight Instructor III has authority over the operation of aircraft in which flight instruction is being given as per FAA regulations.
Responsible for the safe operation of aircraft in which flight instruction is being given.
Required to report any unsafe operation of Central Flying Service, Inc. equipment or aircraft to the Flight Training Manager immediately.
Authority to remove from service aircraft which have been found unsafe for flight and report that aircraft to the Flight Training Manager.
Insuring student pilots at Central Flying Service, Inc. are trained to the standards set by Central Flying Service, Inc. and FAA regulations.
Responsible for insuring the student pilot’s expectations with regard to customer service are met or exceeded.
DUTIES AND TASKS
Train student pilots using the approved syllabus for the course of instruction being conducted.
Will be issued a copy of the Flight Instructor Guidelines at the time of hire and is expected to follow the Guidelines. Any deviation from the Flight Instructor Guidelines must be approved by the Flight Training Manager.
Must maintain a professional bearing at all times. Also, information of a confidential nature regarding students, fellow employees, or Central Flying Service, Inc. must be treated as such.
Responsible for insuring the schedule board is kept accurate with respect to their availability.
MEASURES OF PERFORMANCE
The measure of the Flight Instructor III’s performance is based on the number of students the instructor completes through the training program and the % pass rate of the students completing the course of training.
The Flight Instructor III is expected to complete at minimum 5 students per calendar year.
The Flight Instructor III is expected to maintain a minimum 80% pass rate on student pilots taking their checkrides for the first time.
Must be at least 18 years of age
High School Diploma or GED
CFI - Certified Flight Instructor Rating
CFII - Certified Flight Instructor Instrument Rating
MEI - Multi Engine Instructor Rating
3rd Class medical
Valid Driver's License
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