Multi Engine Civil Flight Instructor
To teach students how to fly Multi Engine /Multi Crew helicopters. Air Line Transport commercial pilot who incorporates teaching into his profession. He evaluates the knowledge and skills of students who want to fly Multi Engine /Multi Crew helicopters, achieve a higher license or rating and make a profession out of flying.
Education and Qualifications
- Has graduated from university, college or high school and holds at least a degree.
Qualifications and experience
- Fluent in English speaking and writing (ELP level 4 minimum)
- Have a valid class 1 medical.
- Holds an ATPL (H) with ME IR (H) and FI (H) rating.
- Have at least 2000 flying hours of which 1500 hrs. Multi Crew Helicopters and at least 700 hours instructional, and has conducted ab-initio training for at least two courses.
- A previous experience as FI/H in an ATO (military or civilian), ex-military back ground and/or B-429 type rated is a plus.
- He should be current pilot within last year.
- High level of Instructional Techniques
- Computer literate (MS Word, excel, outlook and PowerPoint)
- Advanced knowledge in all the subject (CPL and ATPL)
- Moderate knowledge of the regulation CAR OPS and AIP and CAAP and EASA
- Be familiar with Compliance Monitoring Systems, Safety management system and EHS
- Not be involved in an accident or serious incident or an ATC incident during the last 5 years.
Core behavioural competencies
- Organizing skills
- Problem solving
- Good communication and interpersonal skills - good at working with people and establish positive relations with students
- Maintain self-discipline and student discipline
- Complying with the daily program (take off time, sortie duration);
- Complying with the Horizon standards (content of the sortie, standard to teach the exercises, grading of the sorties.
- Ensuring that daily sortie reports are correctly completed, signed by both the Instructor and the student, and filed in the student’s personal file.
- Ensuring that student flying time is recorded correctly in the student’s personal file and logbook.
- Raising any necessary occurrence, incident and accident reports.
- Assisting students with logbook entries indorsed by signature.
- Suggesting any improvement, any corrective action to the training syllabus or training program.
- Reporting any non-compliance to the CFI or/and to the Safety and Compliance Monitoring Manager.
- Correcting misconduct of any student.
- Completion of extra duties tasked by the CFI.
- Ensure that students fulfill medical requirements for flight (wear glasses and carry a spare pair of spectacles if required on medical).
- Act as course mentor when designated by the CFI.
- Comply with the GCAA and all relevant laws and regulations.
- Comply with Horizon Operations, Training and Safety Management Manuals.
- Comply with Horizon Standard Operation Procedures (SOPs).
- Ensure that all training provided accords to Horizon Aviation Training Manual.
- Ensure that they fill out all necessary forms including logs in the appropriate manner.
- Keep all Horizon resources including Aircraft, Simulators and Facilities in tidy and serviceable condition.
- Ensure that they are wearing Horizon approved uniform in the correct manner.
- Promote Horizon’s interest at all times.
- Work in a professional manner, free from any discrimination feeling and emotion.
- Encourage and promote essential aviation values such as airmanship, team-working, CRM .... etc at all times.
- Make sure all necessary flight plans and general declarations have been submitted prior the flight.
- Perform other duties as assigned, or other duties required by the operations related to flight or ground schooling
- Complying with all EHSMS, QMS, Compliance & SMS requirements.