Role and Responsibilities
Citation Sovereign Instructor Pilot
CAE continues to be a market leader
Continued investment in state of the art advanced aviation training technologies
Newly designed compensation structures,
Newly announced, global flexible vacation program providing employees the opportunity to work with the business in tailoring their paid time off to personal goals.
If you have retired or decided its time to be home with family each night and holiday, join CAE as a Flight Simulator or Ground School Instructor Pilot.
Instructor Pilot US
Our Instructor Pilots are responsible for the delivery of flight training in a flight simulator and ground school in accordance with the appropriate regulatory agency, CAE approved curriculum, and customer requirements. They act as subject matter expert (SME) ready to lead client(s) through their training. After 1.5+ years, per business needs, designated Instructors are expected to qualify as a Training Center Evaluator (TCE) and customer contract check airman.
Provides simulator/flight or classroom instruction on one or more aircraft types as assigned for the issue of licenses, type ratings, internal training, certificates, and pilot qualifications.
Responsible for conducting pre and post flight simulator briefings in a thorough, professional manner in accordance with CAE standards
Other required administrative duties (completes training records, recommends remedial training when necessary, track his/her own instructional qualifications and activity, etc.)
Acts as a subject matter expert (SME) in creation of curricula and courseware when required
Education / Skills / Background
Associate degree or college degree preferred; High School diploma or state issued equivalent required
2-5 years of related job-relevant experience
Previous experience teaching or training of others preferred.
Proven experience demonstrating a customer service orientation of work assignments.
Must be authorized to live/work in the United States
Basic computer proficiency, Microsoft Office, and other internet-based programs
Must be able to participate in CAE’s DOT Anti-Drug & Alcohol testing program
Holds an existing instructor qualification or type rating preferred
Hold or has held a professional pilots’ license
Preferred: FAR Part 135 experience, 3,000 hours of total flight time
Preferred: Possess an unrestricted Airline Transport Pilot (ATP) certificate and a minimum of one unrestricted PIC type rating preferred
What to expect:
CAE offers a comprehensive training program to help transform your knowledge and skills as a pilot into a world-class Instructor and subject matter expert ready to lead clients through their training.
The ideal candidate should also possess:
A “true” professional character with the ability to create a welcoming and successful learning environment
The proven ability to communicate effectively across multiple levels, both spoken and written
Commitment to the customer – providing continuous “red carpet” customer service
The capability to tailor training sessions to the needs of a diverse customer base
A keen eye for detail – must be able and willing to maintain accurate and timely records in accordance with CAE policy and FAA requirements
Why Work for CAE?
CAE recognizes and values our dedicated employees and offers a welcoming and supportive work environment to help make a smooth transition into your new career!
We also offer full-time employees:
Competitive base salary and benefits package including medical, dental, and vision coverage
Paid Sick Leave and Vacation
Paid Holidays – our holidays are currently arranged so you will be off between Dec 25 and January 1
Who is CAE?
CAE is a global leader in modelling, simulation and training for civil aviation. CAE is the largest network of civil training location with more than 210 full-flight simulators in 50+ training locations worldwide. CAE serves worldwide airlines, aircraft operators and manufacturers across the globe. Our vision is to be the recognized global training partner of choice to enhance safety, efficiency and readiness.
CAE is an Equal Opportunity Employer and considers qualified applicants for employment without regard to race, color, creed, religion, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, age, disability, veteran status, or any other protected factor.
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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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At CAE, everyone is welcome to contribute to our success. With no exception.
As captured in our overarching value “One CAE”, we’re proud to work as one passionate, boundaryless and inclusive team.
At CAE, all employees are welcome regardless of race, nationality, colour, religion, sex, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, disability or age.
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CAE is firmly committed to ensuring a positive and professional working environment in which all people are treated with dignity and respect. We aim to provide a fair and consistent method for filling job openings in support of equality of opportunity and cultural diversity within the company.