About FlightSafety International
FlightSafety International is the world’s premier professional aviation training company and supplier of flight simulators, visual systems and displays to commercial, government and military organizations. The company provides training for pilots, technicians and other aviation professionals from 167 countries and independent territories. FlightSafety operates the world’s largest fleet of advanced full-flight simulators and award-winning maintenance training at Learning Centers and training locations in the United States, Canada, France and the United Kingdom.
The Pilot Instructor is responsible for the accomplishment of ground-based training of C-17 pilots, including instructing and measuring training progress of crewmembers who train in the established Training System (TS) curriculum.
Conducts training using devices, such as the Weapon System Trainer (WST), the C-17 aircraft, Computer-Based Trainers (CBT), and other ground training for all C-17 TS pilots in air drop, aerial refueling/transport operating procedures, including diagnosis and remediation of student problems.
Maintains a high level of subject knowledge, instruction capability, and expertise.
Conducts briefings and debriefings and counsels all pilots and Maintenance Engine Run personnel for the purpose of developing and maintaining a high level of proficiency.
Performs administrative duties relative to training, such as interfacing with the user organization, record keeping, monitoring student progress, counseling, training development, and maintenance of training programs.
Provides inputs for courseware corrections and modifications and updates training policies and procedures.
Flies the WST (as required) to maintain instructional expertise.
Flies on the airplane (as required) in observer status to maintain currency on operational procedures and to observe student progress.
Serves as C-17 Pilot Subject Matter Expert (SME) for students, other personnel, and test events, as required.
Serves as Flight Check Airman (FCA)(Lead), when assigned by the Employer.
Serves as Community College of the Air Force (CCAF) Evaluator, when assigned by the Employer.
Accomplishes Simulator Certification (SIMCERT)/Simulator Evaluation (SIMVAL) duties when assigned by the Employer.
Assists in project and development work, as assigned.
Periodically attends Operations Group Standardization/Evaluation (Stan/Eval) Boards (SEB) and Training Review Panels (TRP), as well as Formal Training Unit (FTU) instructor meetings (when FCA is unavailable).
Attends Headquarters (HQ) Air Mobility Command (AMC) curriculum reviews, HQ AMC Stan/Eval Conferences, and/or Flight Manual Review Conferences (FMRC), as required (when FCA is unavailable).
Accomplishes Learning Center monitor duties, as assigned.
Accomplishes safety representative duties, as designated/assigned.
Accomplishes physical/cyber security representative duties, as assigned.
Accomplishes hazardous materials (HAZMAT) duties, as designated/assigned.
Travels, as require.
Bachelor’s Degree, or four years combination of education and experience in addition to what is listed below
Eight (8) years flying experience, five (5) years of which as a C-17 pilot with air drop and aerial refueling experience, or able to obtain an AMC/A3TK waiver. Two (2) years or 200 hours of flight instructor experience in air drop, aerial refueling, and tactics. Recent C-17 flight simulator pilot instructor experience and CATS MECOC certification desired.
Morally and ethically influence others to successfully achieve program goals.
Fluently read, write, speak, and understand English.
Display excellent written and verbal communication skills.
Possess the ability to interface with students and provide on-the-spot remediation, or determine other courses of action, as necessary.
Possess basic knowledge of personal computers and software applications, such as word processing applications, spreadsheets, and databases.
Successfully accomplish an annual internal standardization evaluation.
Currently possess, or demonstrate the ability to obtain, a SECRET clearance.
While performing the duties of this job, the teammate is regularly required to talk or hear; to sit, stand or walk; and use hands to finger, handle or feel objects or controls. The teammate is occasionally required to reach with hands and arms; and stoop or kneel. The teammate is frequently required to ingress/egress from the simulator and aircraft, work in inclement weather and temperature extremes as set forth in the Air Force and company guidelines. The teammate must frequently lift and/or move up to 25 pounds and occasionally up to 35 pounds. Noise levels range from quiet to extremely loud. The teammate must be able to exit the WST by way of escape ladder down to the floor.
FlightSafety is an Equal Opportunity Employer/Vet/Disabled. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, or disability.