Aurora Flight Training; CFI’s Wanted. see pdf.


 

Seeking part-time flight instructor

A Flying Club in Vero Beach Florida is looking for part time flight instructors. Mostly for primary students. Please email av8mail@gmail.com if you’re interested.


 

Job Description

Join the premier flight school in the Northwest! As the largest flight school in Puget Sound, Rainier Flight is a very active facility year round. We are always looking for enthusiastic people dedicated to superior customer service in a professional environment. Ideal candidates have a passion for aviation and enjoy working as a team towards continuous growth and success.

Responsibilities Include:

  • Contribute towards a team effort through coordinating with multiple departments to ensure a safe, efficient and profitable operationSeek to serve Rainier’s customers with the highest quality of customer service
  • Act as a liaison with FAA per 14 CFR 141 in the absence of the Chief Flight Instructor
    Indoctrinate and provide training to Flight Operations Staff ensuring high level of knowledge, proficiency and training excellence
  • Observe training flights to evaluate Flight Instructor performance and strive for continuous improvement
    Collect and analyze safety reports.
  • Coordinate with Chief Flight Instructor to recommend improvements enhancing operational safety and efficiency to the Owner
  • Audit training records and documentation to ensure compliance with FAA and TSA regulations
  • Perform duties as assigned by Chief Flight Instructor

Minimum Qualifications:

  • Communicate with co-workers, management, customers and others in a courteous and professional manner
  • Maintain current CFI certificate
  • Meet the requirements of 14 CFR 141.36 – Assistant Chief Instructor Qualifications
  • Ability to manage effectively
  • Strong communication and interpersonal skills
  • Available by phone 24/7 as emergency contact

Benefits Include:

  • Competitive Pay – Rainier Flight offers competitive compensation DOE and opportunities for growth.
  • Flexible Schedule – With over 250 students flying from 6 am to midnight, each instructor manages their own schedule for customer convenience, safety and efficiency.
  • Part 61/141 Curriculum – The structured Part 141 and Part 61 curricula and supporting training materials allow instructors to provide quality instruction to students.
  • Standardized Procedures – Aircraft Standardization Manuals provide detailed information and explanations of procedures, maneuvers, and how to perform them.
  • Computerized Scheduling and Records – The electronic record-keeping system is designed to facilitate the management of aircraft, students, flight instructors, and required training records.
  • Standards and Safety – Rainier Flight has a dedicated Safety Manager and SMS to ensure the highest standards are maintained.
  • Networking Opportunities – Rainier Flight supports and participates in many industry events throughout the year. Employees are encouraged to participate and network with industry leaders to fulfill career goals.

Discounted Training – Instruction, aircraft and training materials available at reduced rates or free for continuing education, proficiency and obtaining additional ratings.

Tim Nelson | Marketing Coordinator

Direct 425.336.7442 | Office 425.610.6293
www.rainierflightservice.com


Gran Aire at KMWC is looking for Certified Flight Instructors.

Please contact:

Daniel Gerard

Chief Flight Instructor

Gran-Aire, Inc. at KMWC

Milwaukee, WI

(414) 461-3222

www.flymilwaukee.com


Alexandria Field Airport (N85)                          Contact: Linda Fritsche Castner Pittstown, New Jersey 08867                            upupaway@embarqmail.com or 908.735.0870 A multi-faceted Internship experience with real world responsibilities and a mentored student-oriented approach to management development. The intern will be fully immersed in the operation of a unique general aviation airport. Detailed Job Description Under the supervision and guidance of experienced airport owner/operators:

  • Develop management skills for the implementation and oversight of effective and efficient standardization of all ground and flight instruction courses in accordance with FAA Part 61 requirements.
  • Assist the chief instructor in updating and standardizing private, instrument, and commercial pilot course materials, and coordinate same with flight school instructors.
  • Experience facility management including: construction and runway overlay projects, hangar maintenance, grounds keeping, runway approach clearance and PAPI system operations, AWOS and basic pilot aid operation, fuel farm management with exposure to all regulations and paperwork requirements.
  • Support operations management including: hangar rental system, on-site contract negotiations, and familiarization with skydiving, aerial photography, and maintenance operations.
  • Teach and develop products associated with the airport’s successful “STEM through the lens of aviation” community outreach program.
  • Revise airport business plan and operations manual, including incorporating new educational components
  • Building knowledge/relationships with local/state agencies/boards required to operate airport.

Minimum Qualifications

  • Graduate of an accredited aviation program
  • Certificated to provide flight instruction to Student Pilots, with a minimum of three students who successfully completed training through certification as Private Pilots
  • Knowledge of front desk dispatching and computer billing skills
  • Excellent oral and written communications skills
  • Excellent interpersonal and organizational skills
  • Ability to commit to one year in the intern program

Desirable Additional Qualifications

  • A growth mindset or entrepreneurial approach to become part of an environment that is on the cutting edge of combining traditional airport operations with non-traditional ways to utilize airport facilities and personnel.
  • Depending on the task, an ability to work both independently and as a member of a team.

Physical Requirements

  • Able to lift and carry up to 50 lbs. and perform routine airport activities such as hangar maintenance, grounds keeping, and aircraft fueling.

Salary This is a paid internship opportunity with the following negotiated breakdown:

  • All flight instruction compensated at the current flight school rate
  • Subsidized on-airport housing
  • Opportunities to fly right seat under Part 91: Pilatus and Piaggio
  • Educational outreach will depend on teaching and product development skills.

JOB SUMMARY: The Instructor of Professional Flight is responsible for flight and ground instruction in various courses ranging from Private Pilot through Certified Flight Instructor. Full time aviation faculty members are professional educators with the primary responsibility of providing a quality instruction for a diverse student population and performing instructional duties and responsibilities in accordance with the philosophy, mission, policies and procedures of the college and the Aviation Department. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Current certified Flight Instructor Current FAA 3rd Class Medical Instructor Current certified Instrument Flight Instructor Three years’ flight instruction experience Prior experience in commercial airplane single engine land and instrument rating Preference may be given to individuals with an Associates’ degree in a related discipline from an institution of higher learning accredited by the US Department of Education STARTING SALARY:  $46,819 – $70,170 depending on qualifications BENEFITS: Membership in the Arizona State Retirement System with a guaranteed life-long pension, employer paid health insurance, dental insurance, tuition exemption for employees and dependents, tuition reimbursement, 9 holidays/year and more! The Cochise College aviation program is well-respected and widely recognized throughout the industry. In more than 40 years of aviation training, it has placed graduates with all the major commercial airlines, the Federal Aviation Administration, the U.S. Border Patrol and U.S. Customs, air freight services and corporate aviation companies. Aviation programs are certified by the FAA and the FCC. In addition, the Cochise College offers a wide variety of associate degrees and transfer programs, as well as technical and vocational training. Located in scenic southeastern Arizona, our residents enjoy some of the best year round weather in the nation. This great weather enables us to fly most days of the year! With two campuses, three centers and a virtual campus we serve an average of 5,000 students each semester. Cochise College was recently ranked the third best community college in the nation by Huffington Post and received Arizona’s first Career Preparedness Award. Cochise College offers a comprehensive benefits package to include membership in the Arizona State Retirement System, employer paid health insurance and more! Apply now! 


US Sport AircraftCFI-A wanted for Flight Instructor position in Addison Texas.  US Sport Aircraft is looking for energetic and out-going Flight Instructors for our school in Addison Texas. We offer up to $30/hr with plenty of high-time opportunities, and a fun and exciting atmosphere. US Sport Aircraft is the sole US distributor for the Czech Sport Cruiser. Our fleet consists of 2015 or newer aircraft with full glass and Garmin panels. For more information please E-mail Jobs@USSportAircraft.com


GATEWAY TECHNICAL COLLEGE (WI) invites applications for the position of: Instructor, Aeronautics / Pilot Training SALARY: $54,055.00 – $70,200.00 Annually OPENING DATE: 06/18/15 Click here for more information .pdf Candidates may submit their application on our webpage at www.gtc.edu/hr.


AOPA

Director, Pilot Community Development

The Director of Pilot Community Development (PCD) is responsible for providing the day-to-day leadership of programs designed to bring new pilots into the general aviation community and keep current pilots active and engaged.  The position provides strategic direction and action in areas related to the flying club initiative, flight training initiative and Rusty Pilots program.  The Director of Pilot Community Development also works closely with the “You Can Fly” Ambassadors to ensure they have the expert support from headquarters needed to provide valuable assistance to flying clubs and flight schools and to ensure that the programs and resources developed by the Pilot Community Development department are promoted and implemented by the ambassadors. The Director of Pilot Community Development will provide daily oversight of team members in the pilot community development department.  This position reports to the AOPA Senior Vice President of Communications in Frederick, MD.  Duties: Lead the creation, evaluation and prioritization of current and new programs and initiatives in three core programs:

  • Flying Club Initiative
  • Flight School Initiative
  • Rusty Pilots
  • Routinely collect and analyze metrics and data that point directly to AOPA’s impact through these initiatives.  Consistently refine survey and data collection processes.
  • Provide and coordinate all AOPA internal relationships necessary to support the program, including but not limited to internal production request coordination, online content management, schedule monitoring, and budget tracking.
  • Work closely with the Sr. Ambassador of the You Can Fly program to:
  • Ensure Ambassadors have resources and deep knowledge of programs developed by the PCD department
  • Ensure Ambassadors have direct line to PCD managers and subject matter experts at headquarters
  • Incorporate feedback from ambassadors on the most critical tools needed by flying clubs and flight schools
  • Consult with Ambassadors when developing and building programs and resources
  • Ensure contractors/consultants are properly managed and deliver on promised content/expertise, timeline and budget.
  • Manage full-time employees and ensure staff job duties and priorities are designed to best achieve department goals and AOPA’s mission. Keep employees motivated and engaged in both daily tasks and long term goals.
  • Travel as necessary to attend meetings, host events, and make presentations.
  • Work with PCD staff to manage expenses and closely track to approved budgets.

Requirements:

  • Bachelor’s degree in related field and/or ten + years of industry experience in an aviation related position.
  • Solid management experience and track record in motivating and building strong teams comprised of competent and highly capable individuals.
  • Proven track record of executing creative approaches and innovative strategies in order to promote ideas and advance programs/concepts.
  • Prior success in developing strong external and internal collaborative relationships.
  • Experience managing multiple priorities and projects in a fast paced and dynamic working environment.
  • Pilot Certificate and current FAA flight medical required – CFI highly desirable
  • Strong project and time management skills.
  • Public speaking experience required along with excellent written and interpersonal communication skills.
  • Ability to travel 3-4 days per month, sometimes more during airshow/fly-in season.

To apply for this position with Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association (AOPA) please visit our website at: http://www.aopa.org/About-AOPA/Join-the-AOPA-Team/Current-Openings AOPA offers a comprehensive benefits package that reflects how much we care about our employees. Benefits include medical, dental, and vision insurance; retirement; short-term and long-term disability; life and AD&D insurance; flexible spending accounts; tuition reimbursement; a wellness program; flexibility in work hours; and paid holidays. And … although not all AOPA employees are pilots, we offer the opportunity for our employees to obtain a private pilot certificate for free. We also provide continued assistance to help employees maintain their flight proficiency. AOPA is an equal opportunity employer committed to diversity in the workplace


Senior Ambassador, You Can Fly

The AOPA Senior Ambassador will be responsible for providing the day-to-day leadership of AOPA’s You Can Fly initiative, which is designed to improve the general aviation experience for all types of current and future pilots through AOPA’s pilot community development programs (Flying Clubs initiative, Flight Training initiative, Rusty Pilots program, Reimagined Aircraft). The senior ambassador, in addition to two full-time and two part-time regional ambassadors, will help pilots and future pilots take advantage of more affordable ways to fly, find easier entry points into aviation, and become part of a more connected GA community. AOPA believes the ambassador cadre will play a key and fundamental role in inviting and inspiring more people to become active participants in the general aviation community.  The senior ambassador will help build this program over time into a highly-effective nation-wide initiative. The senior ambassador will provide strategic leadership and oversight of the day to day management of the four other “You Can Fly” ambassadors. This position reports to the AOPA senior vice president of communications in Frederick, MD. Primary Duties & Responsibilities

  1. Manage and lead the day-to-day “You Can Fly” program plan as it relates to the Ambassadors work in the field, develop daily work processes, select and deploy customer relationship management program, build a reporting process, etc.
  2. Manage full-time and part-time ambassadors and ensure staff job duties and priorities are designed to best achieve the goals of AOPA’s You Can Fly initiative. Keep employees motivated and engaged in both daily tasks and long term goals.
  3. Routinely collect and analyze metrics and data that point directly to AOPA’s impact through the You Can Fly initiative.  Consistently refine survey and data collection processes.
  4. Collect and collaborate quarterly reports from all ambassadors to include progress on annual goals; engagement with flying clubs, flight schools, high schools and other groups; flight time; and other pertinent metrics.
  5. Provide and coordinate all AOPA internal relationships necessary to support the program, including but not limited to internal production request coordination, online content management, schedule monitoring, and budget tracking.
  6. Utilize pilot community development program resources, AOPA headquarters expertise, marketing assistance, and other resources as needed to support the growth, development and impact of AOPA’s four main pilot community development programs (Flying Clubs initiative, Flight Training initiative, Rusty Pilots program, Reimagined Aircraft).
  7. Engage on a regular basis with flying clubs, flight schools, high schools, and airports in the area surrounding Frederick (Maryland,Virginia, Pennsylvania, etc…) to achieve personal ambassador goals such as helping to develop new flying clubs, improve student pilot completion rate, etc..
  8. Travel as necessary via 152 Reimagined Aircraft to act as a You Can Fly ambassador, attend meetings, host events, and make presentations.
  9. Lead the talent and performance management processes that measure and evaluate progress and performance against organizational goals.

Experience/Requirements

  1. Ten + years of industry experience in an aviation related position
  2. Solid leadership and management experience and track record in motivating and building strong teams comprised of competent and highly capable individuals.
  3. Proven track record of executing creative approaches and innovative strategies in order to promote ideas and advance programs/concepts.
  4. Prior success in developing strong external  and internal collaborative relationships
  5. Experience managing multiple priorities and projects in a fast paced and dynamic working environment
  6. Pilot Certificate and current FAA flight medical required – CFI highly desirable
  7. Strong project and time management skills
  8. Public speaking experience required along with excellent written and interpersonal communication skills
  9. Ability to travel 3-4 days per week around Frederick and surrounding area.

To apply for this position with Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association (AOPA) please visit our website at: http://www.aopa.org/About-AOPA/Join-the-AOPA-Team/Current-Openings AOPA offers a comprehensive benefits package that reflects how much we care about our employees. Benefits include medical, dental, and vision insurance; retirement; short-term and long-term disability; life and AD&D insurance; flexible spending accounts; tuition reimbursement; a wellness program; flexibility in work hours; and paid holidays. And … although not all AOPA employees are pilots, we offer the opportunity for our employees to obtain a private pilot certificate for free. We also provide continued assistance to help employees maintain their flight proficiency. AOPA is an equal opportunity employer committed to diversity in the workplace


EFA Logo 1Bedford, MA (KBED) Executive Flyers Aviation is a factory authorized Cirrus Training Center that is renowned as one of the nation’s premiere flight training institutions. Founded in 1964 by Myron Goulian, EFA has built a national reputation by operating a business based on excellence and integrity. Those values are cherished even today by the Goulian family and their family of employees. If you are passionate, motivated, and committed to excellence in your personal and aviation life, then Executive Flyers Aviation (EFA) is the home for you. EFA strives to make each encounter with our customers special and unique. We aim to continually push the bar of excellence higher and higher. We strive to be better than the rest. We believe that our flight instructors flourish in an atmosphere of constant learning and selfless service to our customers. The culture lived, the lessons learned, and the experience gained while being a flight instructor at EFA will prepare you for the next step in your aviation career. EFA is proud to have two late model SR20s with imminent plans to expand our Cirrus fleet. We are also looking to expand our instructing staff to meet the anticipated demand for Cirrus instruction. If you are a Cirrus Standardized Instructor Pilot (CSIP), or have several years of teaching experience in technically advanced aircraft, then we encourage you to contact us immediately via phone or email: 781-274-7227 or sean@executiveflyers.com.


DIRECTOR OF FLIGHT OPERATIONS Kansas State University Salina is seeking a Director of Flight Operations to join our team.  This is a 12-month, full-time position that reports directly to the CEO and Dean of the campus.  This position is responsible for managing the daily operations within the flight department.  The individual will work with departmental staff to manage the flight operations budget and ensure compliance with all applicable regulatory guidelines and university policy.  This individual will be responsible for approximately 50 staff. The individual provides guidance and support toward the enhancement of the flight operations facilities, equipment, employee training, and laboratory safety practices.  This position coordinates with academic program leads to oversee accomplishment of FAR Part 141 requirements established in program certificates.  The individual will also develop relationships with the aviation industry and foster opportunities to provide professional training opportunities to external partners.  REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS:  Bachelor’s degree Minimum of three (3) years in a supervisory role FAR 141 Flight Instruction experience Minimum of five (5) years experience as a flight instructor Minimum 1,500 dual instruction hours given At least 3,000 Total Flight Hours Pilot in Command or Airline Transport Pilot Certificate (ATP) Advanced and Instrument Ground Instructor Certificates (AGI and IGI) OTHER REQUIREMENTS Broad understanding of the aviation industry, with specific experience in flight operations Effective communication, organization, and administrative skills Work well under high pressure and constantly changing conditions Ability to multi-task, collect information, analyze data, define problems, set priorities, and draw valid conclusions in a timely manner Excellent computer skills:  Microsoft Word and Excel especially, experience with flight operations dispatch/scheduling software preferred No history of FAA certificate enforcement actions Must be able to work varied hours during campus events and be able to respond within 30 minutes during aircraft emergencies Ability to maintain professional and harmonious relationships with diverse populations PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS: Ability to meet FAA requirements for Chief Instructor at a 141 Flight School as established and set forth in Title 14 of the U.S. Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) 141.35. Other flight training, certificates, and ratings including: Glider, Seaplane, Helicopter, Aerobatics, Tailwheel  Minimum FAA 2nd class Flight Medical Certificate SALARY RANGE: $75,000 – $85,000 D.O.Q. HOW TO APPLY: A successful candidate’s complete application package will consist of a letter of application describing how their professional history qualifies them for this position, current resume, contact information for 3 current professional references that are familiar with the professional experience and qualifications of the candidate, and copies of all required certifications. Complete application packages should be addressed to Mr. Eric Shappee, Search Committee Chair, and sent electronically to salflightops@ksu.edu Screening of applications begins August 01, 2014 and continues until the position is filled.  Kansas State University is an equal opportunity employer of individuals with disabilities and protected veterans and actively seeks diversity among its employees.  Background check required.​


Part 141 Chief Instructor: — Must be willing to relocate to Gainesville, Florida. — Other CFI openings exist. — Job Descriptions and Online Application (http://www.gleim.com/ApplyNow)


F.I.T. Aviation in Melbourne, FL is hiring for Ground School Instructor and Certified Flight Instructor. Click on each title’s link for a PDF download for more information. F.I.T. Aviation in Panama, is hiring for Flight Instructors.


Part-time CFIs needed in Atlanta (KFTY) Minimum Requirements are: 1. Must be able to follow a syllabus 2. Must wear the appropriate attire while instructing 3. Have a positive attitude Fulton Aviation is a Part 141 and 61 flight school and club. Instructors are contract and receive $20/hr for both ground and flight instruction. Please send resumes to Brant@FultonAviation.com or call 678-472-4365.


Angel City Flyers – A Diamond Flight Center located at Long Beach Airport, Southern California. 2901 East Spring Street Unit F, Long Beach, CA 90806 POSITION: Chief Flight Fight Instructor/Pilot Position DESCRIPTION: As part of our recent expansion, we require a chief pilot for our 141 operations and our associated part 135 operation. Over the past few years we have become the premier Diamond training facility in the South West United States and have expanded our operations into light jet training. Responsibilities to be assumed:   Safety Officer – training and aircraft airworthiness. Supervision of Flight Instructors operating under Part 141 and Part 61 to include but not necessarily limited to: ·    Duties as a chief pilot as per part 141 ·    Ensuring adequate training record keeping ·    Developing and updating training course outlines, syllabi and training materials ·    Student/client stage checks ·    Managing and overseeing overall student progress ·    Flight instruction ·    Management of flight instructors ·    Development of 135 training course for DA42 and CE510 Citation Mustang PREREQUISITES:  CFI, CFII, MEI Minimum 3000 total time and 2000 dual given Part 141 instructional experience Three years FAA accepted part 135 experience Previous supervisory or management experience (preferably overseeing other instructors) G1000 and turbine time is preferable REMUNERATION: Competitive salary CE510 type rating after 12 months CONTACT: Please send resumes with a cover letter via email to Erick Bryant at erickb@angelcityflyers.com


Experienced CFI’s wanted to teach in new Cirrus planes at KHPN. Excellent hourly rates with extremely competitive annual salaries and immediate start dates. Send resumes to jobs@performanceflight.com.


North-Aire, LLC Prescott, AZ has several full-time CFI job openings: The minimum requirements are: 1)     Be willing to relocate to Prescott, AZ 2)     Current CFI certificate 3)     Minimum of 100 hours dual given 4)     Have a positive attitude 5)     Good interpersonal skills 6)     Experience training Initial CFI candidates 7)     Desirous of becoming a true flight training professional We are looking for CFI’s who are passionate and professional. As an added incentive North-Aire, LCC will enroll the CFI at North-Aire expense into our training partner, Yavapai College’s Aviation Training Program. The result is an Associate’s Degree in Applied Science. To be considered please contact Mr. Mike Coligny at mcoligny@cableone.net or 760.525.8811


East Hill Flying is a busy 141 flight school in beautiful Upstate New York. We need an ambitious flight instructor to serve our professional clients! We have increased our business every year for the last three and require an ambitious professional to teach in our 141 school. Our CFIs go on to local jet jobs and the airlines. We have been in business for 62 years and we have everything from a CT/LSA to a Seneca II. We are offering full-time employment with lots of hours and quality equipment: http://ehfc.net Please reply immediately to Chief Instructor David St. George: flyeasthill@gmail.com or (607)351-3637 and lets get flying!


Full-time excellent salary for CFI to work with newly organized Flying Club in China.  Can be long-term permanent or short-term assignment.  Will fly brand new Light-Sport and newer C172’s for flight training.  Must have CFI certificate.  Ability to learn Chinese language helpful.  Transportation and lodging negotiable.  Please forward resume to: Jim Julius at jim@gulfcoastflight.com.


Part-time CFI job opening: Lafayette Aviation, Inc. (KLAF) The minimum requirements are:

  1. Be willing to relocate to Lafayette, IN
  2. Minimum of 200 hours dual given
  3. Have held CFI certificate for 2+ years
  4. Be comfortable giving training for Initial CFI
  5. Have a positive attitude
  6. Good interpersonal skills
  7. Cessna 172RG experience preferred
  8. Experience training Initial CFI candidates preferred

Please send resumes via email. NO phone calls. Matthew Gasper Chief Flight Instructor Lafayette Aviation, Inc. mgasper@lafayetteaviation.com


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