- Sound experience in Ground School and make sure that the students have a strong knowledge of the operation of flight deck controls and indicators, an understanding of system malfunctions and their effects on the operation of the aircraft and other systems and an understanding of normal, abnormal and emergency procedures.
- Must be able to communicate effectively with client personnel and employees at all organizational levels and develop effective working relationships with staff and a network of technical resources. This includes making presentations, serving as an instructor, and presenting timely reports to Head of Department.
- Must be able to exercise sound judgment, have problems solving skills, be able to plan, be well organized, have excellent oral and written communication skills, work well under pressure, take initiative, and be flexible and cooperative.
- JAA and/or FAA ATP/ME/IR, with type rating in one or more turbo-jet commercial aircraft.
- TRI certificate and preferred TRE authorization
- JAA/FAA Flight Instructors experience or local National Aviation Authorities equivalent.
- Jet command experience
- Previous instruction experience
- Speak, read and write English language fluently.
- Instructor Pilot is required to hold a professional pilot's license and rating(s) related to the flying training courses he may conduct and a type rating for any aircraft on which he may instruct.
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