11 June 2022

Boeing | B737 Instructor

Overview

About Us

Boeing Defence Australia is shaping the future of aerospace and delivering some of the nation’s most important programs for the Australian Defence Force.

Joining us is a chance to make your mark, working with a diverse team that is united in pushing the boundaries of imagination and excellence.

We currently employ more than 2,500 people across 14 sites in Australia and three international locations and have a range of opportunities available as we plan for future growth.

The Opportunity

We are now recruiting for the position of an experienced Qualified Simulator Instructor (QSI) to join the Aircrew Training Capability in Boeing Defence Australia (BDA). This position will support the E-7A Wedgetail In Service Support Program (WISS) in Williamtown, NSW. The QSI is primarily responsible for the conduct of E-7A Wedgetail pilot flying instruction in both the classroom and a Level D simulator.

Responsibilities

  • Conduct training of RAAF customer pilots during the simulator phase of training throughout all levels of the E-7A Wedgetail Pilot Categorisation and Currency Scheme.
  • Conduct thorough briefings prior to each training session to provide the training expectations, as well as debriefings and critiques at the end of each training session, to ensure that the customer is aware of their performance. Provide a brief outline of the training events for future sessions.
  • Conduct mass briefings to students as per the relevant course syllabus.
  • Support and facilitate the students undertaking E-7A Wedgetail CBT, providing specialist pilot knowledge.
  • Facilitate theoretical examinations as per the relevant course syllabus.
  • Evaluate and document the pilots’ performance and progress in the training sessions in the relevant records and reports to allow third party assessment.
  • Report any customer training problems or conflicts to the Senior Instructor – Flight Crew Training.
  • Enable the efficient delivery of training by ensuring that all administrative duties relating to training are arranged, including briefing room and simulator preparation. This will include coordination with other elements of the WT ISS Training Services Delivery Team.
  • The ability to perform all of the duties required of a Flight Training Ground School Instructor.
  • Communicate with the Simulator maintenance function to report any simulator problems or malfunctions.
  • Support flight simulator Recurrent Fidelity Checks as an experienced E-7A Wedgetail Instructor Pilot.
  • Develop and input comprehensive training scenarios for the E-7A Wedgetail full-flight simulator based on RAAF customer requirements.
  • Maintain E-7A Wedgetail Pilot courseware in accordance with Boeing standards.
  • Conduct internal and external training evaluations of E-7A Wedgetail training in accordance with Boeing standards.
  • Support and be responsive to the Senior Instructor – Flight Crew Training for the purposes of day-to-day management tasks including reporting, briefings and meetings.
  • Undergo Annual instructor Evaluation by RAAF Central Flying School.
  • Perform other duties as tasked by the Senior Instructor – Flight Crew Training.

Experience/Qualifications

Essential Criteria:

  • RAAF Qualified Flying Instructor (QFI).
  • E-7A Wedgetail operational experience as a CATEGORY C Captain (or Higher) including Air To Air Refueling (AAR).
  • Demonstrated ability to work in a team.
  • Demonstrated ability to successfully interact with co-workers, maintaining productive working relationships to meet team, business unit and organisational goals.
  • Demonstrate a working knowledge of Occupational Health and Safety procedures.
  • Be able to obtain and maintain a baseline defence security clearance.

Desirable Criteria:

  • Current or former Category C QFI (or higher) on either an E-7A Wedgetail, P-8A Poseidon or B737 BBJ.
  • Current or former Category C QFI (or higher) at either No. 1 or 2 Flying Training Schools RAAF (or equivalent foreign Military).
  • Instructional experience in synthetic devices.
  • Experience in a safety management role.
  • Experience working in a contractor environment (directly with customer).

Applicants must be Australian Citizens to meet defence security requirements.

At Boeing, we innovate and collaborate to make the world a better place. From the seabed to outer space, you can contribute to work that matters with a company where diversity, equity and inclusion are core values. We’re committed to fostering an environment for every teammate that’s welcoming, respectful and inclusive, with great opportunity for professional growth. Find your future with us.

Benefits

  • Flexible working options
  • Study assistance
  • Salary packaging
  • Employee Incentive Program
  • Global opportunities

Boeing has implemented a new COVID-19 Vaccination Policy in Australia that requires all new Boeing Australia hires to show proof of being fully vaccinated from COVID-19, or have an approved medical exemption. This role is categorised as Group 1 under the Boeing Australia COVID-19 Vaccination and Safety Controls Policy.

We are committed to building a diverse and inclusive workplace. Female applicants, people of Aboriginal or Torres Strait Island descent and ex-defence personnel are encouraged to apply.

If you are ready to join an innovative industry leader and would like to register your interest in working for Boeing, please click Apply Now.

Physical Requirements

Boeing Defence Australia specific site positions will have physical requirements which are applicable. Physical requirements are outlined by the recruitment manager in consultation with the Environment Health & Safety Department. A formal assessment of the physical requirements will need to be completed through the Environment Health & Safety Department for specific roles which would then reflect into the position description.

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