Main Objectives of Job
Teach Navigation to Officer Cadets at the King Faisal Air Academy (KFAA).
Skills, Qualifications and Experience
A minimum of 1500 flight hours.
Completion of a minimum of one operational flying tour recently prior to appointment, a minimum of one instructional tour.
Completion of either a one year post graduate teaching course, a ground Instructional Technique (IT) course or a comparable course (for example Qualified Flying Instructor (QFI), Qualified Navigation Instructor (QNI), Qualified Weapons Instructor (QWI)).
Fluency in English to IELTS 7 level if non-native speaker.
Experience as a QFI, QNI, QWI in an Operational Conversion Unit or Squadron.
The Job Holder is to have a military aviation background in operational flying and training and be a specialist in Navigation.
Roles and Responsibilities
The Principal Aeronautical Sciences Instructor tasks the Job Holder, approves his work and reviews his performance. The Job Holder is to operate on his own initiative and demonstrate innovative and bold behaviours to achieve his job purpose of teaching aeronautical science subjects.
DECISION MAKING - AUTHORITY
The Job Holder can make decisions regarding each of his job accountabilities under supervision of the Principal Aeronautical Sciences Instructor.
PLANNING / ORGANISING
The Job Holder undertakes planning and organising to achieve his accountabilities, particularly regarding teaching activities.
The Job Holder is to prepare written reports, lesson plans and other documents as required by his job accountabilities and in accordance with Academic Wing and Departmental policies.
The Job Holder is to gather statistical data for use in the TMIS / LMIS system and for report preparation regarding individual cadet and class performances, departmental performance, resource usage and other matters as required to achieve his job objectives.
The Job Holder is to comply with SHE policy and procedures regarding the workplace, ensuring duty of care is exercised, accident and incident reporting is in place, and undertake appropriate training.
HARDEST PART OF THE JOB
The most difficult aspect of the job is teaching Officer Cadets of varying abilities and motivation in a second language.
EXPATRIATE EMPLOYEE BENEFITS
SAUDI NATIONAL EMPLOYEE BENEFITS
All appointments in Saudi Arabia are subject to receipt of all necessary Government and/or Customer approvals.