The Aviation Technology Division, Simulations Center is seeking qualified applicants for it's Preceptor Adjunct: Simulations Trainer Labor Pool.
The Preceptor Adjunctc: Simulations Trainer Labor Pool is a departmentally administered labor pool serving the purposes of the ATD Simulations Unit. As such all Preceptor Adjunct: Simulations Trainer hirings will be managed from this pool of applicants.
A Preceptor Adjunct: Simulations Trainer (PASI) is responsible for providing introductory, non-recordable, demonstration flights to beginning and intermediate students exclusively using UAA, Flight Training Devices (FTDs) and simulators. A PASI must be able to communicte effectively using the English language and possess appropriate knowledge of aviation infrastructure, technical skills and general aircraft systems. A PASI is NOT required to maintain a current FAA Medical Certificate or fly as part of the duties associated with this labor pool.
Duties may include but are not limited to the following:
a) Conducting introductory, demonstration flights for UAA students enrolled in Private Pilot Ground School and/or Instrument Ground School using flight simulations equipment.
b) Maintaining student training records as required by UAA, Aviation Technology Division
c) Maintaining a safe training environment acceptable to UAA, ATD.
d) Supervising student FTD operations to ensure safety and compliance with UAA policies and procedures.
e) Providing simulations demonstrations/trainings for external groups, as arranged by the Sim Center Coordinator and/or ATD Director
f) Assisting ATD Simulations Center unit with simulations operations for contracts with external user groups, as arranged by SIm Center Coordinator and/or ATD Director.
REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS & ABILITIES
All successful candidates will meet the following criteria:
a) hold current FAA Basic Ground Instructor and any Pilot Certificate with Instrument Rating
b) have skills and abilities to communicate and work effectively with individuals from diverse backgrounds and experience levels
c) have knowledge, skill, and ability to effectively evaluate a student's learning progress based upon established standards of performance relative to the student's experience and stage of development.
REQUIRED TYPICAL EDUCATION/TRAINING:
Successful candidate(s) must have a current FAA Basic Ground Instructor and any Pilot Certificate with Instrument Rating.
Although not required, experience using and instructing using varied flight simulators and flight training devices is preferred.
Equivalent to UA Temporary Staff Salary Schedule, Grade 78, Step 2, $23.03/hr
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