T-6C Texan ii / PC-9 Instructor Pilot

at U.S. Aviation Training Solutions Inc.
Published 22nd November 2020
Location Titusville, Florida
Category Pilot Jobs  
Job Type Captain Jobs  


Job Description:
The Instructor Pilot reports to the Chief Flight Instructor. Must be fully qualified to meet the applicable requirements. Will be the focal point for technical content for courseware development and revisions. In-depth knowledge of Joint Technical Data (JTD), service publications, and aircraft systems will allow them to provide accurate and consistent lesson content across a broad spectrum of training materials. Their understanding of syllabus flow and lesson content will help streamline training delivered to formal course students. Must be able to provide instruction in T-6c and PC-9.

  • Day/Night/NVG/All-Weather Operations
  • Transition
  • Contact
  • Instruments
  • Basic Navigation (IFR and VFR)
  • Low-Level Navigation
  • Single-Ship and Formation Operations
  • 2 Basic and Tactical Formation

Instructor Pilot will;

  • Conduct quality academic instruction that covers applicable formal course syllabi and instruction guide requirements,
  • Conduct quality aircrew training device instruction, accomplish applicable syllabus and mission guide requirements, and adhere to published ICAO standards
  • Possess weapons system expertise and have the ability to teach using the T-6c/PC-9 Onboard Weapons Simulator.
  • Prepares classrooms or briefing rooms for instruction before the scheduled lesson or aircrew training device mission
  • Evaluates and records student academic training, aircrew training device performance, and verbally debriefs all errors committed
  • Conducts remedial student academic or aircrew training device instruction when required.
  • Coordinates recommended corrective action and remedial training with the Chief Flight Instructor.
  • Conducts student academic evaluations IAW applicable syllabi and correct to 100% by reviewing incorrect responses with students,
  • Monitors courseware currency in applicable academic and trainer areas of responsibility
  • Supports lesson plans and mission guide revision efforts
  • Reviews test analysis and critiques summaries to identify instruction and testing that requires revision and make recommended revisions
  • Coordinates timely lesson revision inputs with the Program Manager, CFI, other IPs, and Courseware subcontractors, when required
  • Reviews monthly/quarterly flying literature, safety reports and Service publications for updated information to be incorporated into training materials
  • Participates in Safety Investigation Board (SIB), Accident Investigation Board (AIB), and Flying Evaluation Board (FEB) proceedings as directed by the Program Manager
  • Performs related additional duties as assigned by the Chief Flight Instructor.
  • Be available for student assistance, questions, training events when not scheduled for formal academic instruction, aircrew training device instruction, or courseware development and revisions.
  • Provide Special Weapons and Tactics Training (SWATT) when scheduled (if required)
  • Conduct Instrument Refresher Course instruction (if required)

Job Requirements:
Education and ExperienceBachelor's degree from an accredited college in a related discipline, or equivalent experience/combined education, with 10 years or more of professional experience; or 8 years of professional experience with a related master’s degree

Basic Qualifications

  • Candidate must meet the following basic requirements:
  • Must have a minimum of 1,500 hours of flight time and 500 hours of experience in High Performance TurboProp aircraft (A-29, T-6, PC-9, TU-27 etc)
  • Must have experience as a Military Instructor Pilot (IP) and multi-ship flight lead.
  • Must be willing to support flexible work hours to align with customer operational schedule.
  • Strong, proven verbal communications skills
  • Proven successful experience with instructional products and services, evaluating pilot training and leading pilot students
  • Basic MS Office suite skills
  • Must be a US citizen

Desired Qualifications

  • Past experience with T-6 pilot training curriculum
  • Prior experience in delivering Military Pilot Academic and Simulator Training in fourth and/or fifth generation tactical fighter aircraft
  • Experience with advanced sensor systems such as NVS, Helmet Mounted Cuing, and the latest weapons inventory.
  • Graduate of formal military Academic Instructor Course (AIC).
  • Undergraduate Pilot Training (UPT) Instructor Pilot experience
  • Standardization/Evaluation Flight Examiner (SEFE); NATOPS Evaluator experience
  • Experience with training management systems (TMS), learning management systems (LMS), and electronic grade books.

Employment Type

Availability date As Soon as Possible

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