To provide primary flight instruction and assist in the day-to-day management of flight instruction operations in the safest, most cost-effective and customer-oriented manner adhering to all applicable Federal Aviation Regulations (FAR) and Company Safety Policies and Procedures Manual.
Ensure the highest quality of flight and ground training in accordance with company philosophy and regulatory approvals.
Ensure standardization of maneuvers being flown in accordance with the company Standardization manual and FAA PTS guidelines.
Comply with all FAA requirements and regulations.
Maintain close liaison with Chief Flying Instructor to ensure company flying program runs smoothly, safely, and efficiently.
Act on behalf of the Chief Flight Instructor in his absence.
Conduct FIC training if appropriately qualified.
Conduct course Stage Checks and Progress Tests.
Act as Line Manager to Course Supervisors.
Ensure accurate compilation of Authorization Files and Student Training Files.
Promote and maintain the highest standards of training and customer service in the industry
Work with Chief Flying Instructor to provide assistance with planning for future Flight Training.
Monitor flying operations to ensure best use of assets.
Assist to ensure timely and accurate customer payment.
Implement Target Zero in all areas of safety. Promote a safety conscious environment in the workplace and home environment. Promote Target Zero to all staff and students.
Required Certificates and Ratings:
FAA qualifications: CFI/CFII Helicopter
FAA Class 2 Medical
At least 300 Hours TT helicopter and 100 hours instruction helicopter
Dual Rated CFI/CFII (Fixed Wing and Rotor)
R-44 / Jet Ranger Experience.
Mountainous Flight Experience