US Flight School, Sandhills Fliers, is Seeking to Expand Instructor Team

29th Sep 2022

Sandhills Fliers, a flight school in North Carolina formed in 2014 by several retired military pilots, an engineer, and a doctor,  is looking for a Certified Flight Instructor to join their team. Please see an extract from the job post below.

“As a flight instructor, you will be instructing proposed student pilots in ground and flight training procedures. The CFI will evaluate and monitor the students performance in a variety of aircraft. This position requires a vast knowledge of aircraft and previous experience to include but not limited to 6 months or 200 hours of prior flight instruction training. Applicant must have and possess a FAA Certified Flight Instructor Certificate with Instrument and Single Engine Ratings and an FAA 2nd Class Medical. Multi-engine rating preferred. Must hold a FAA Commercial Pilot Certificate with Instrument, Single and Multi-engine ratings. Excellent oral and written communication skills. Knowledge of the FAA regulations and procedures and practical knowledge of the fundamentals of instruction to include practical test standards, aircraft systems, aerodynamics, and airworthiness requirements.

Experience: CFI: 1 year (Required)

License/Certification: Pilot License (Required)”

To learn more about the job and to apply, click here.

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