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Position: Pilot-Fixed Wing
Job Type: Permanent
Posted: 10/28/2019 6:30:24 PM
The University of Alaska Anchorage (UAA) Aviation Technology Division (ATD) is looking for part time Certified Flight Instructors (CFI) for all levels of instruction. We offer flight training to include Private, Commercial, Instrument, Multi-engine and CFI. We have a well-maintained fleet of Diamond, Cessna 172s, and Piper Twin Comanches. UAA's ATD operates in beautiful southcentral Alaska and is the only FAR Part 141 collegiate program in the state. The program has a constant flow of students providing ample flying opportunities. Instructors are paid by the hour and instructor level is based on certificate, ratings, and instructional capabilities.
Relocation funds are NOT available for this position.
CFI Levels I-Il:
The CFI Levels 1 and 2 are responsible for providing pilot ground and flight training to private and commercial students using basic and complex single-engine airplanes.
CFI Level Ill:
The CFI Levels I l l is responsible for providing pilot ground and flight training to private through MEI if they meet the requirements.
All CFI employees will be responsible for the training progress of their assigned students. They must be able to communicate effectively in English and possess a high level of professionalism, teaching ability, strong work ethic, and reliability. Greater than average knowledge of the role of instructors, systems, aviation infrastructure, and technical skill is desired. Additionally, CFI Ill individuals may become qualified to administer Stage Checks required by the Federal Aviation Administration approved Training Course Outline and will provide input leading to a final course grade for IJAA Professional Piloting students as required.
- Minimum- Current CFI, Single Engine Land, Airplane.
- Needed- Instrument Instructors and Multi-engine Instructors.
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