NVG Instructor Pilot


NVG Instructor Pilot:  We’re looking for an NVG Instructor Pilot Position Location: Boise, Id. Under the direction of the Chief Pilot, the Instructor Pilot is responsible for providing both ground and flight instructions in accordance with the Flight Operation Manual. The Instructor Pilot determines the training material required to effectively complete a training curriculum. 

Main Responsibilities:
1. Ensure Safety in Flight Operations and Training Program

  • Comply with all applicable Federal Aviation Administration Regulations and departmental policies and procedures in the accomplishment of safe and efficient operations
  • Ensure pre-flight preparation of the flight plan taking into consideration maintenance performed serviceability, weather, aircraft limitations, fuel requirements, destinations and alternate airport requirements
  • Ensure load carried is secured to prevent shifting in flight, and the weight and balance is calculated and is within the permissible range
  • Ensure fuel placed in aircraft is not contaminated
  • Conduct thorough inspection before flight
  • Conduct safe, quality flight trainings

2. Prepare, conduct, develop and revise training curriculum

  • Use company training material when available, and when not, develop, write, review, and revise Pilot training program to meet customers’ needs
  • Organize time table and student enrolment for courses
  • Teach assigned program/curriculum, ensuring objectives are being met
  • Use company material when available, and when not develop and keep current outlines, lesson plans, and exams and curriculum
  • Organize, collect, grade and filling of training records
  • Examination review and failure analysis
  • Ensure all students meet the prerequisites for the course
  • Ensure graduation certificates are properly prepared, and sent out in a timely fashion
  • Ensure all manuals and documents involved with training are up to date and complete

3. Maintain Current Knowledge of All Aircraft Models to Which Assigned

Job Requirements:

  • FAA Commercial Pilot Certificate Rotorcraft 
  • FAA Certified Flight Instructor Rotorcraft. 
  • Ground School Instructor experience
  • Flight Instruction experience
  • 1,500 Flight hours (1,500 in helicopters and minimum 500 as pilot in command)
  • Able to travel extensively; must have flexible schedule

Knowledge and skill requirements:

  • Strong written and verbal communication skills
  • Able to use significant independent action and judgement in order to solve highly complex problems
  • Able to work under broad supervision; disciplined and able to maintain confidentiality
  • Excellent analytical skills and demonstrated problem solving skills

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree or equivalent professional aviation experience
  • Airplane Commercial Pilot Certificate
  • Airplane CFI
  • Bilingual