Airline Ground School Instructor at Piedmont Airlines

Posted in Other 13 days ago.

Location: Charlotte, North Carolina

Job Description:

We can't wait to share our passion for aviation with you! Join a team that works hard, cares for each other and offers plenty of opportunities to grow.

At Piedmont Airlines, our strength is in the way we deliver industry-leading service to our customers and airline partners. To continue our standard of excellence, Piedmont is seeking a dependable, motivated and knowledgeable leader to join our team as a Ground School Instructor. Ground School Instructors are responsible for the safe, efficient training of new hire and current line pilots. The successful candidate utiliz es their in-depth knowledge of aircraft systems and components to instruct our team to ensure course content meets regulatory and company requirements. This position reports to the Fleet Captain .

Principal Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Responsible for the safe and efficient training of new hire and current line pilots

  • Instruct in aircraft systems, Company policies and procedures and other pilot related subjects

  • Monitor and evaluate the training progress of line pilots

  • Maintain classrooms and other training facilities in a clean, neat condition

  • Participate in the development and presentation of any special department or Company training efforts

  • Continuously review Company, industry, government and related publications to keep current on methods, procedures, policies and regulations

  • Prepare and maintain accurate, error-free training records and documentation

  • Ensure course content and instruction meets regulatory and Company requirements

Minimum Qualifications:

  • In depth knowledge of aircraft systems and components

  • Instructional developmental background

  • Proficient in Microsoft Office Suite

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Part 121 background with knowledge of Advanced Qualifications Programs (AQP) training

  • Experience in the aircraft type assigned

  • Associates or bachelor's degree

  • Currently employed in a pilot or instructor position

  • A t yp e rating in assigned aircraft

Work Environment:

  • Standard office environment, use of computers and other office equipment

  • Standard classroom environment, use of whiteboards, projectors and other classroom equipment

  • Available to work all shifts including nights, weekends and holidays

  • Non-Exempt

Physical Requirements:

  • Occasional lifting up to 25 pounds

  • Frequent s tooping, bending, kneeling, walking, reaching, lifting, climbing up and down stairs

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