The basic function of the Instructor is to provide safe and reliable flight training for Near North Aviation clients.
Education and/or Experience
A degree or diploma preferably in a technical discipline and a minimum of 250 hours of flight time with a Commercial pilot license endorsed with an Instructor Rating Class 3 or higher
Ability to read and write in English. Ability to communicate clearly verbally and in writing with customers, office and maintenance personnel.
Math skills commensurate with flight and licensing requirements, both analytical and computational in preparing flight plans, time sheets and invoices.
Ability to analyze changing conditions that require performance under stress from multiple activities. Ability to visualize mechanical conditions and translate into requests for assistance in flight mechanics and maintenance instructions.
Mobility sufficient to access small restricted areas such as Cessna 150; ability to lift 75 lbs and climb ladders. Manual dexterity for performing routine mechanical maintenance tasks on aircraft.
The applicant must be able to adapt to sudden changes, make fast decisions, and remain calm and pleasant. The office the environment will typically be a busy, deadline-oriented atmosphere with clients and students present frequently. Flight conditions will require travel in all weather conditions to unimproved dirt, grass & gravel runways.
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