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Excel are working with a key client based in Europe to recruit a fixed wing training instructor to join their growing business on a permanent basis to support the ongoing training programme for company engineering staff.

You will be required to carry out both practical and theory Part 147 training, as well as various instruction in other areas such as continuation training.

You will be required to create and update training material and ensure that it is fit for purpose and that you are using up to date training information and mkethods of carrying this out.

To be considered for this, you will need to have at least 5 years training experience within an airline or MRO environment and ideally have a recognised qualification within training/part 147.  If you hold or have held an EASA Part 66 licence in the past, it would certainly be useful, and you will need to speak fluent English as a minimum

In return our client will offer a competitive salary as well as the opportunity to make your own mark on the training process - they are open to someone who is ready to utilise their own experience and skills to enhance the operations for the company as a whole it is a great opportunity, so why not apply?

Excel are working with a key client based in Europe to recruit a fixed wing training instructor to join their growing business on a permanent basis to support the ongoing training programme for company engineering staff.

You will be required to carry out both practical and theory Part 147 training, as well as various instruction in other areas such as continuation training.

You will be required to create and update training material and ensure that it is fit for purpose and that you are using up to date training information and mkethods of carrying this out.

To be considered for this, you will need to have at least 5 years training experience within an airline or MRO environment and ideally have a recognised qualification within training/part 147.  If you hold or have held an EASA Part 66 licence in the past, it would certainly be useful, and you will need to speak fluent English as a minimum

In return our client will offer a competitive salary as well as the opportunity to make your own mark on the training process - they are open to someone who is ready to utilise their own experience and skills to enhance the operations for the company as a whole it is a great opportunity, so why not apply?

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