CAE is Looking to Hire CRJ Instructor Pilots for US Bases, Offers $10,000 Sign on Bonus

14th Nov 2022

CAE is looking for CRJ Instructor Pilots for two US locations – Minnesota and Phoenix. CAE is offering $10,000 sign on bonus available for full time positions hired prior to January 31, 2023. Please see an extract of the job post below.

“Responsibilities will include, but are not limited to:

  • Provide simulator flight instruction for the issuance of licenses, type ratings and certificates, in accordance with FAA, Transport Canada, CAE and customer policies and procedures
  • Conduct pre- and post- flight simulator briefings in a thorough, professional manner and in accordance with CAE standards.
  • Conduct simulator sessions in accordance with the CAE, aircraft manufacturer or customer Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs)
  • Provide flight training in accordance with the CAE 14 CFR142 Manual and/or customer’s training program
  • Complete the appropriate crew training records accurately and comprehensively to ensure pilot understanding and a seamless handover to other instructors
  • Recommend, where necessary, remedial training for a pilot who is not meeting the required training progress
  • Record simulator usage and discrepancies using the appropriate procedures
  • Maintains proficiency as an instructor as required by regulations and company policies
  • Track the validity of instructional qualifications to ensure that he/she remains qualified to deliver training at all times, in accordance with contractual commitments
  • Promote crew resource management (CRM) principles
  • Monitor and assist with administrative programs in all areas of flight training as required or assigned
  • Act as subject matter expert in creation of curricula and courseware when required
  • Accept training for examiner responsibilities when required by the Manager of Training
  • Other duties as assigned by the Training Manager

Minimum Qualifications and requirements:

  • Must be authorized to live/work in the United States
  • Ability to work flexible hours which can include early mornings and late evenings
  • Previous Simulator Instructor experience preferred
  • Must be able and willing to participate in CAE’s DOT Drug & Alcohol testing program
  • FAA Airline Transport Pilot (ATP) License
  • CRJ (CL-65) type rating required
  • Meet the relevant minimum qualification and experience requirements for qualification as a Simulator Instructor including at least 1 year of experience as PIC or SIC in a part 121 Air Carrier Turbojet Operation
  • Excellent presentation, interpersonal, and communication skills
  • Strong focus on quality with a continuous drive towards process improvement & customer satisfaction
  • Ability to maintain strong customer orientation under adverse circumstances
  • Ability to concentrate and work in a fast-paced environment
  • Ability to readily accept changes and adjust accordingly
  • Bachelor’s degree in job-related field or equivalent experience. (Preferred but not required)
  • Minimum of 2 years of relevant experience
  • Working knowledge of FAR Part 61, 91 and 121
  • PC Computer skills – Microsoft Outlook, Word, PowerPoint, and Excel
  • iPad skills: Foreflight, Safari, navigating multiple applications simultaneously
  • Fluency in English”

To learn more, click here for Phoenix base or here for Minneota base.

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