Well Known US Flight School is Looking for Operations Command Center Supervisory Flight Instructor
Global Pilot Training Group Skyborne, is looking to hire a Operations Command Center Supervisory Flight Instructor. Please see an extract from the job post below.
Operations Command Center Supervisor must communicate all steps of landing and departure with the instructors and trainees, among other things. Important skills an Operations Command Center Supervisory Flight Instructor should have are:
- Regular review of current and forecast weather conditions, Temporary Flight Restrictions, and Notices to Airmen (NOTAM) for impact on flight operations throughout Florida and Southeastern USA, as appropriate for current flight operations. Obtain standard weather, TFR, and NOTAM information at beginning of each shift and secure updates at least every hour using the Operations Weather/TFR/NOTAM Procurement Checklist. More frequent updates of weather must be conducted during periods of rapidly changing weather conditions and/or when forecasts are observed to be inaccurate.
- Prior to commencement of daily flight operations, conduct weather and operations impact conference call with the assigned Chief / Assistant Chief on duty for the day, using the Operations Command Center Chief/Assistant Chief Conference Call Worksheet. Record any discussed operations restrictions with the Chief / Assistant Chief on the worksheet and require that necessary signatures have been obtained.
- Remain alert for weather conditions that are not as reported or forecast, taking into consideration limitations of automated weather reporting.
- Collect pilot reports from flight instructors and trainees regarding actual and/or observed flight conditions.
- Alert company aircraft of any incoming hazardous conditions and hold flights outside of Vero Beach, divert to alternative airports, and/or recall flights back to ramp as conditions dictate.
- FAA Commercial Pilot Certificate or ATP, Airplane Single-Engine Land required, Airplane Multi-Engine Land preferred.
- Instrument Rating required.
- Current FAA Certified Flight Instructor Certificate (CFI-A) required.
- High school diploma or Certificate of High School Equivalency (G.E.D. –demonstrated satisfactory performance in the General Educational Development Testing Program) with two to three (2-3) years related experience and/or training, or equivalent combination of education and experience.
- FAA Dispatchers- invited to apply”
To learn more about the job and to apply, click here.
About Skyborne Airline Academy
Skyborne Airline Academy is one of the most respected and trusted global commercial pilot training academies in the industry. Skyborne delivers airline pilots, and have achieved this by radically redefining every aspect of airline pilot training, from a unique educational approach in ground school, to world-class facilities, a modern fleet of aircraft and flight simulators, and an enviable instructional team. Skyborne is fully committed to developing a dynamic, engaging and welcoming environment for the next generation of airline pilots.
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