Certified Flight Instructor Temporary
- Location: Bend, Oregon, United States
- Position: Flight Instructor
- Job Type: Flight Instructor, Government
- Minimum Pay: $19.50 (Hourly)
- Maximum Pay: $25.00 (Hourly)
Flight Time Requirements Snapshot
- Total Flight Time: N/A
- Pilot In Command: N/A
- Turbine PIC: N/A
- Multi Engine: N/A
- Actual Instrument: N/A
Provide practical flight and ground instruction for college degree-seeking students.
Professional airplane pilot, and professional helicopter pilot career paths apply.
Maintain all student paperwork in compliance with FAA Parts 61 & 141.
1. Keep student files updated and current.
2. Log each flight and ground in training folder.
3. Maintain paperwork in accordance with Part 141/ 61/ college requirements
4. Set goals for students and communicate/ document student progress in accordance with college requirements.
5. Invoice and/ or verify student flight lab/account status.
6. Dispatch all flights accurately.
7. Prepare all Federal Aviation Administration paperwork prior to the check ride
8. Must be present during student solo flights and must know the destination, route and contact number’s for students on the solo flight.
9. Follow all safety procedures and flight requirements outlined by Aircraft Rental companies/ college.
10. Flexible hours required… Day/night/ non-traditional workweek may apply.
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1. Current Airplane or Helicopter Certified Flight Instructor (instrument) ‘CFII’/ Multi Engine Instructor (MEI) rating as appropriate.
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2. Second Class Medical Certificate.
3. Associate’s Degree required, or show ability to complete Associate’s Degree within one year from date of hire.
4. Completion of criminal history check is required for all COCC positions.
5. 100 hours of flight and/or simulator time within the past 12 months preferred.
Standards of Performance:
1. Represent the college in a professional manner at all times, including appearance and demeanor.
3. Immediate reporting of any incident, accident, or safety concern involving an aircraft or yourself. This could include, but not be limited to, such actions as over speeds, tail strikes, hard landing, maintenance squawks and other issues. The report is to be provided to the Chief Instructor, Safety Officer, Chief Pilot, Senior Company Manager, Program Director or other designated responsible party.
4. Immediate reporting of any safety related incident, accident or concern
involving another pilot, instructor, maintenance technician or student.
The report is to be provided to the Chief Instructor, Safety Officer, Chief Pilot, Senior
Company Manager, Program Director or other designated responsible party.
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