Come join our busy flight training school, where aviation is our passion! We have grown since our beginning in 1932, from a flying club, to now having partnerships with Conestoga College and the University of Waterloo helping students follow their dreams of becoming commercial pilots.
Waterloo Wellington Flight Centre (WWFC) is looking for qualified Class 3 (or higher) Instructors to join our team! Please send your resume and cover letter to Matt Scheben:
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Flight Instructor (s) (Class 3 or Higher)
Current Opening(s): Flight Instructor(s) Fulltime (Class 3 or Higher with the ability to train Multi Engine and/or Instrument Ratings)
JOB DESCRIPTION AND RESPONSIBILITIES FOR ALL FLIGHT INSTRUCTORS,
(include any and/or all the following):
1. Participates in the company’s safety management program;
2. Participates in initial, recurrent and additional training when required or upgraded to new job tasks;
3. Maintains flight proficiency for each course that is instructed;
4. Adheres to all Transport Canada regulations and departmental policies and procedures;
5. Researches new and improved teaching techniques;
6. Meets with each student as published on schedule;
7. Ensures that all flight lessons are completed according to the associated training curriculum;
8. Ensures that all required training with PCC students are completed in accordance with the PCC guidelines developed by WWFC;
9. Ensures that all appropriated endorsements are made in the student’s PTR and Day Sheet;
10. Ensures that student’s are provided with guidance, goals and follow up for all training provided;
11. Ensures that all training activities, flights, and briefings are conducted during normal business hours;
12. Assists in development of curriculum and materials required for the Flight Centre;
13. Assists in supervisory roles as requested by the CFI or Designate;
14. Assists in WWFC special events, marketing presentations, tours and assigned tasks;
15. Assists in operational control functions as required by CARs;
16. Assists in aircraft handling and security; and
17. Required to work specified times (Both for Part-time and Full-time Instructors);
18. Assist in departmental activities which include attending meetings and performing other duties as assigned by CFI or Designate.
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, ABILITIES AND PERSONAL CHARACTERISTICS
• Knowledge and instructor certification appropriate to the position sought;
• Knowledge of CARs and Transport Canada Regulations;
• Knowledge of various flight instruction instrumentation and equipment;
• Interpersonal/human relations skills;
• Ability to market and sell services provided by the Flight Centre;
• Verbal and written communication skills;
• Ability to instruct/teach/tutor to groups or individuals;
• Ability to approach problems/decisions analytically;
• Ability to reason logically and methodically;
• Ability to perform under stressful circumstances; and
• Attentiveness to detail.
Education and experience equivalent to:
• Valid Instructor Rating (at the required level appropriate for the training);
• Current IFR Rating (Group 1); with preference to experience on a PA44;
• Valid Medical Certificate; and
• Valid Radio Operator’s Certificate.
Preference Given to:
• University or College Education;
• Prior Experience training initial Multi Engine Students;
• Prior Instructor Experience; and
• Supervision or teaching background.
Note: The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by people assigned to this classification. They are not to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties, and skills required of personnel so classified, nor shall this document be considered a contract for employment. All personnel may be required to perform duties outside of their normal responsibilities from time to time and/or as needed.
Waterloo Wellington Flight Centre welcomes and encourages applications from people with disabilities. Accommodations are available on request for candidates taking part in all aspects of the selection process.