Role and Responsibilities
About the roleCAE, the worldwide leader in aviation training is seeking an UAV Sensor Operator Instructor for our Basic UAV training delivery program in Saudi Arabia at King Faisal Air Academy (KFAA), Al Majma’ah. The UAV Sensor Operator instructor will work as part of a team to provide academic and simulator instruction. In this role you will use your extensive aviation experience, training experience, and varied computer skills (text & graphics), to develop, deliver and maintain multi-media and computer-assisted courseware packages. This position is customer-facing and is focused on identifying and supporting customers’ needs and requests. You will provide training to the customers at KFAA Al Majma’ah, Saudi Arabia and resolve a broad range of issues in an autonomous manner. You will deliver UAV system training in areas of expertise using a variety of instructional training aids in the classroom environment including the use of multimedia presentations (videos, slides, Power Point), system components and simulators.
About youMinimum requirements
+ Former military instructor pilot (USAF specialty code “X”, UK Airborne Instructor, or direct NATO equivalent)
+ 1500 hours of total sensor operator flying time, of which 500 hours should be on a representative MALE UAV type.
+ 3 years of initial UAV instruction in a formal teaching environment.
+ Native English speaker or ICAO Level 5 (Extended) Aviation English.
+ Excellent pedagogical skills and knowledge of academic instructional techniques.
+ Prior experience of the Middle Eastern region.
+ Prior experience of instruction of non-native English speakers.
+ Prior experience of courseware development using UK JSP822/ADDIE methodologies.
+ Ability to obtain employment visa for the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
CAE thanks all applicants for their interest. However, only those whose background and experience match the requirements of the role will be contacted.
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