Tennessee, United States
SF50 Vision Instructor Pilot – Simulator & Ground Instructor Only
PLEASE NOTE: This position requires that the candidate be able to work in the U.S. WITHOUT the need for sponsorship!
Our clients’ instructors act as the face of the company in several different capacities while delivering the highest quality of flight instruction possible. The ability to cater instructing methods to a variety of student types and personalities is a must.
- Provide a first point of contact for clients to ensure all of their flight training questions are answered once an order is received. Ensure that their experience is positive and places the needs and expectations of the customer first.
- Enhance flight safety by providing excellent, high quality, and standardized flight and ground instruction through a CFR 14 Part 142 type rating program.
- Maintain communication with clients before and after flight training events.
- Escalate client and internal pilot issues to the Lead Flight Instructors.
- Provide flight and ground instruction per standards defined in company policy and procedure documents in concert with Part 142 syllabus requirements.
- Operate company aircraft / simulators in accordance with applicable regulations and company policies.
- Manage travel expenses in accordance with company policies.
- Provide excellent and professional customer service.
- Provide factory tours to customers during the delivery and training process.
- As required, assist the domestic and international sales team in the selling process, including supporting tradeshows and other company sales events.
- Process and maintain a deep level of aircraft knowledge and be a model aviator, flight instructor, and company representative.
- Maintain situational awareness as to the delivery status and progress of individual customer aircraft.
Education and/or Experience:
- Recent flight training experience in military, part 142, part 141, or General Aviation preferred
- Instructor/Mentor/Company line check instruction or evaluation in part 135/121/141/142 authorized environment is preferred
- Recent teaching experience in turboprop or turbofan aircraft preferred
- Current and active FAA Certified Flight Instructor (CFI and CFII)
- Current FAA Medical
- Recent teaching experience in advanced Glass Cockpit preferred
- 1500 hours of total flight time required
- 750 hours acting as Flight or Ground instruction required
- Advanced FTD/Full Flight Simulator experience preferred
- Turbine Experience in IFR, congested airspace, mountain flying, extensive IMC, and night experience preferred
Additional Knowledge, Skills, or Abilities:
- Strong customer service and interpersonal skills required
- Exceptional classroom teaching ability & deameanor
- Ability to work with other departments and outside vendors
Certificate or Licensures:
- FAA Certified Flight Instructor w/ Instrument (CFII) required
- FAA medical required
Tennessee, United States