Provides flight and ground instruction to foreign students on the Huey II aircraft. Develops and executes required schedules, policies, instruction, records documentation, and syllabi.
- Provide all aspects of flight training and ground instruction to foreign students on the Huey II aircraft.
- Deliver approved POIs and lesson plans for courses such as aircraft familiarization, instrument flight training, NVG flight training, formation flight, and external cargo load operations.
- Develop and execute schedules, policies, instruction, records documentation, and syllabi required for flight and ground training.
- Train students to the approved visual flight rules (VFR) and instrument flight rules (IFR) day/night standards.
- Produce pilots that are safe, proficient, and capable in flight planning, flight maneuvers, navigation procedures, and emergency procedures.
- Adhere to all applicable FAA regulations and service guidance.
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:
- Must possess excellent written and verbal communication skills.
- Must be skilled in synthesizing complex or diverse information.
- Must have ability to work with diverse personalities and cultures while remaining tactful, professional and flexible.
- Must have strong planning, time management, and organizational skills with ability to multi task.
- Must be skilled in identifying and comprehensively resolving problems in a timely manner.
Experience and Education Requirements:
- Minimum 1500 hours total time, including 500 hours of time as an instructor required.
- NVG experience required.
- Certified Flight Instructor certificate (CFI) and Certified Flight Instructor-Instrument certificate (CFII) required.
- Part 133/external sling load experience required.
- UH-1 flight experience required; Huey II experience preferred.
- High school diploma or equivalent required; Bachelor's degree preferred.
- Experience training international flight students highly desired.
- Graduate of the U.S. Army Instructor Pilot Qualification Course desired.
Physical Requirements/Working Environment:
- Must successfully pass pre-employment drug screening; subsequent random screening per antidrug and alcohol misuse prevention program requirements.
- Travel may be required and will be performed under the guidelines of Federal Travel Regulations (FTR) and/or Joint Travel Regulations, Volume II (JTR).
ARMA Aviation is an EEO/AAP employer.