Canadian Flight School is Looking for a ATPL Ground Instructor

26th Aug 2022

One of the leading Canadian Flight School’s – Select Aviation College at Gatineau-Ottawa Executive Airport, Quebec (CYND) is currently hiring ATPL ground instructor with a possibility of a position as a MCC simulator instructor.

The training will consist of a theoretical part held in person (possibility of online teaching in case of unforeseen circumstances). The topics covered will be meteorology, risk management, human factors, crew resource management, aircraft flight systems as well as all the topics required by the Transport Canada SARON and SAMRA exams.

The students to be trained are at the end of the phase leading to the CPL ME-IFR license in our integrated ATPL program.

Four-months contract starting as soon as possible (beginning of September) and ending December 15th, 2022. Possibility of partial contract (several modules only) if the full contract cannot be taken.

The training must be given in English.

Prerequisites:

  • Hold an ATPL and aircraft endorsement that requires at least two crew members.
  • Instructor rating, an asset
  • Be able to legally work in Quebec, Canada
  • Be able to give the training in English
  • Note that the medical does not need to be valid.

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