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Ground/Simulator Instructor--Full Time


Flight Safety International
Location: Wichita
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Requisition 13145

LC – INSTRUCTORS

ZONE: ZN300’s

04/09/14

FLIGHTSAFETY INTERNATIONAL

JOB TITLE: Ground/Simulator Instructor

ZONE: ZN300’s

LOCATION: Learning Center

DEPARTMENT: Pilot Training

SUPERVISES: N/A

REPORTS TO: Program Manager (PM)/Director of Pilot Training (DOT)

BASIC FUNCTION:

The Ground/Simulator Instructor is responsible for the accomplishment of pilot ground school

training and ground-based Simulator training conducted for Customers receiving Initial, Recurrent

or generic training courses and measures the training progress of Customer(s), objectively and

subjectively, within the established curriculum, by performing the following duties:

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: The following duties are essential to the successful and

satisfactory performance of this job. Other duties may be assigned.

Teammates based at Learning Centers in the U.S. may be required to perform duties as contract

instructors or check airmen which are considered "safety-sensitive" under 14 CFR Parts 121 and/or

135. Those hired into or transferred to safety-sensitive duties will be required to undergo a U.S.

Department of Transportation-compliant Pre-employment Drug Screening; and be subject to random drug

and alcohol testing as long as they are assigned safety-sensitive duties.

FlightSafety Learning Centers provide training and support to Customer and Clients 24 hours a day,

7 days a week, 365 days a year. Learning Center instructors may be scheduled at varying times and

days to support the Customer needs.

NOTE: The term “Program” can refer to the training program in its development,

implementation, or evaluation stages.

Training Standards – Program Activities: (Includes Compliance with regulations and guidelines, and

Quality Management System (QMS) policies and procedures; plus Lesson Planning, Current Material and

Set-up):

• Maintain Instructor qualification in accordance with NOTE on the last page of this Job

Description.

• Maintain Instructor qualification in accordance with FlightSafety International’s Quality

Maintenance Systems (QMS) processes and procedures. (Refer to QWI-62-02-01)

Revised: 08/31/18

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LC – INSTRUCTORS ZONE: ZN300’s

04/09/14

• Deliver training to FlightSafety International clients in accordance with FlightSafety

International Instructor Performance Standards.

• Develop, utilize, maintain and revise ground school lesson plans and Pilot Training publications

in accordance with FlightSafety International Instructor Performance Standards.

• Assist in completing and revising ground school syllabi and Expanded Instructor Action Guides

(EIAGs)

• Keep current all certificates, ratings, and designations required to perform duties as a

Simulator Instructor.

Training Standards – Instructor Activities: (Includes Compliance with regulations and guidelines,

and QMS policies and procedures)

• Maintain all ground training material (various media forms) in a current state at all times.

• Prepare classroom and set up training materials no later than 15 minutes prior to scheduled class

start time.

• Ensure classroom equipment, flight training devices (FTDs) and scheduled simulators are ready for

client training events.

• Integrate Crew Resource Management (CRM)/Human Factors training with technical (procedural)

training.

• Utilize Customer's Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs), Checklists, and Minimum Equipment List

(MEL) during training, when requested or required.

• Attend scheduled Instructor meetings.

• Maintain all training material (various media forms) in a current state at all times.

• Provide pre-briefings and post-briefings before and after each Simulator lesson in accordance

with FlightSafety International Instructor Performance Standards.

• Prepare the Flight Simulator and/or briefing room no later than 15 minutes prior to the scheduled

start of the Simulator lesson and/or pre-briefing session.

• Assist in keeping all publications used in Simulator training current.

• NOTE: Act as Second-in-Command for clients training in multi-crew aircraft who have come to

training without a flying partner. In that capacity, will serve as a competent Second-in-Command

and will not be performing instructional duties.

Documentation/Reports Activities:

• Interact with Simulator Mx technicians concerning all Simulator functions and malfunctions as

well as ensure all malfunctions are documented properly using appropriate forms.

• Perform administrative duties relative to training such as preparing for the delivery of

training, record keeping, monitoring customer progress, training development and maintenance of

training programs.

• Report to the Director of Training (DOT) any Customer training problems (poor performance,

Customer/Instructor conflicts, excessive tardiness, etc.).

Revised: 08/31/18

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Daily Responsibilities:

LC – INSTRUCTORS ZONE: ZN300’s

04/09/14

• Maintain FlightSafety International's commitment to Customer satisfaction while performing job

duties.

• Interact within a cooperative environment through beneficial behavior, commitment to common

goals, contribution to problem solving, communication of ideas and suggestions, and encouragement

to other employees and departments.

• Accountable for the security of FlightSafety International’s materials, projects and business

information regarding the methods and techniques used in the production and usage of FlightSafety

International’s products.

• Accountable for the accuracy and completeness of assigned tasks.

• Adhere to a required work schedule, including prompt and regular attendance.

• Report, on a timely basis, any safety hazards observed in work area, equipment, and/or building

to appropriate person(s) for correction.

• Participate in the Quality Management System (QMS) activities at assigned site and adhere to the

processes related to accomplishing the site's QMS goals.

• Participate in Learning Center Safety Management Systems (SMS) activities including:

supporting and promoting the safety culture, reporting all aviation safety- related issues via the

feedback system, and adhering to the processes related to accomplishing SMS goals.

• Support FlightSafety International's, and its subsidiaries', commitment to ethical behavior by

basing our priorities on lawful and ethical conduct as we deal with co- workers, Customers, vendors

and others in all of our operations. (See Sarbanes- Oxley Act of 2002)

OTHER DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

Prioritize workflow on a daily, weekly and monthly basis.

Attend, facilitate and/or research training to increase skills applicable to job position and

workplace issues.

Travel in conjunction with assigned duties, if required. Other duties may be assigned by the Center

Manager.

SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES:

N/A

CONTACTS: The employee must display a service-oriented demeanor to both internal and external

contacts and promote a positive image of FlightSafety International, while performing the duties of

the job.

INTERNALAll FlightSafety International Employees EXTERNAL -

Customers, vendors and general public

Revised: 08/31/18

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LC – INSTRUCTORS ZONE: ZN300’s

04/09/14

QUALIFICATION REQUIREMENTS: The requirements listed below are

representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required.

EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE: (Minimum Requirements)

Associate's degree (A.A.) from a two-year college or technical school preferred, or three (3) years

related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience;

equivalency years’ experience substitution must be in related field.

Minimum of six (6) months experience in a teaching/training environment, especially where the

material is designed for adult (over 18 years old) participants, preferred.

Prior to hiring, the applicant for Ground/Simulator Instructor must possess one of the following

qualifications:

If instructing in a simulator that represents an aircraft requiring a Type Rating, or if

instructing in a course of training leading to the issuance of an Airline Transport Pilot (ATP)

Certificate or an added rating to an ATP Certificate, the person must possess the following:

• Airline Transport Pilot Certificate (ATP or Part 61.159/61.161, or 61.163 experience, as

applicable) with appropriate category, class and type ratings, and

• FAA Flight Instructor Certificate (CFI – Certified Flight Instructor) (currency, not required);

or

• Ground Instructor Certificate with an instrument rating and an advanced rating (AGII); or

• A rating equivalent to either of the above, issued by another country’s aviation authority; or

• Documented military Flight Instructor training and experience; or

• Documented experience as a pilot instructor in a Part 142, and/or 135/ 121 Air Carrier

operations, or another country’s aviation authority; or

• At least one (1) years’ experience as a FlightSafety Maintenance Instructor (This qualification

is valid only for teaching Aircraft Systems modules, and requires a waiver from the Regional

Director Training Operations.) Other modules may also be approved, on a case-by-case basis.

If instructing in a simulator representing an aircraft not requiring a type rating or, instructing

in a course of training not leading to the issuance of an Airline Transport Pilot Certificate

(ATP), the person must possess the following:

• Commercial Pilot Certificate with appropriate category, class, and instrument ratings and

Revised: 08/31/18

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LC – INSTRUCTORS ZONE: ZN300’s

04/09/14

• FAA Flight Instructor Certificate (CFI – Certified Flight Instructor) with

appropriate category, and class (currency, not required); or

• Ground Instructor Certificate with an instrument rating and an advanced rating (AGII); or

• A rating equivalent to either of the above, issued by another country’s aviation authority;

or

• Documented military Flight Instructor training and experience; or

• Documented experience as a pilot instructor in a Part 142, 135 or 121 Air Carrier operations,

or another country’s aviation authority.

NOTE: An Instructor may be employed without the required certificates or ratings, but these must be

obtained within six (6) months of employment or before training any clients.

After hiring, the Ground/Simulator Instructor must complete the following:

a) In-Processing and Orientation, as documented in the Instructor Training File (ITF)

b) General and Administrative Training

c) Aircraft-Specific Ground and Simulator Training

d) Instructional Devices Training

e) Professional Instructor Course (PIC) (see QWI 62-02-01;02)

f) Simulator Observation Training (1.5 hours minimum) GROUND ONLY INSTRUCTOR.

g) Ground School Observation Training

h) Practice instruction

i) Supervised Instruction

j) Instructor Certification/Designation

k) Academic Instructor Evaluation

l) Flight/Simulator Instructor Evaluation

CERTIFICATES, LICENSES OR REGISTRATIONS:

See above for Certifications required. Valid Driver’s License, where applicable.

OTHER SKILLS AND ABILITIES:

Fluency in English, through both verbal and written communications; able to speak, understand, read

and write

Excellent verbal and written communication skills Excellent organizational skills

Ability to interact with various levels of management in a professional manner Ability to adapt to

changing schedules and high-pressure situations

A second language may be required in some Learning Centers to meet particular needs

Revised: 08/31/18

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EQUIPMENT KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS:

PC and/or compatible computer with printer

Various office equipment: FAX, Copier, and Multi-line Telephone

SOFTWARE KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS:

LC – INSTRUCTORS ZONE: ZN300’s

04/09/14

General knowledge of the following software: MS Office; MS Access, preferred Other software

programs may be required, as needed.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS AND WORK ENVIRONMENT: The physical demands and work environment described here are

representative of those that must be met and/or encountered by an employee to successfully perform

the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals

with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to use hands to finger,

handle, or feel objects, tools, or controls; reach with hands and arms; and talk or hear. The

employee may be required to stand; walk; sit; climb or balance; stoop, kneel, crouch, or crawl; and

taste or smell.

Must possess physical range of body motion to perform the following:

1. Reach, exert pressure and manipulate the rudder controls and/or anti-torque with both feet.

2. Reach and manipulate numerous controls within the Simulator device from the Instructor's chair.

3. Enter and exit from the Simulator device via the provided ramp.

4. With relative ease and quickness move between the Instructor station, projector screen

and podium while instructing in the classroom.

5. Exit from malfunctioned Simulator while the device is in a severely pitched attitude.

Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, color vision,

peripheral vision, depth perception, and the ability to adjust focus.

The employee must regularly lift and/or move up to 10 pounds, and frequently lift and/or move up to

25 pounds.

While performing the duties of this job, the employee frequently works near moving mechanical

parts. The employee occasionally works in high, precarious places and in outside weather conditions

and is occasionally exposed to wet and/or humid conditions, fumes or airborne particles, toxic or

caustic chemicals, extreme cold, extreme heat, risk of electrical shock, risk of radiation, and

vibration.

The noise level in the work environment is usually moderate.

Revised: 08/31/18

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FlightSafety International Proprietary Information. All Rights reserved.

LC – INSTRUCTORS

ZONE: ZN300’s

04/09/14

FlightSafety International is dedicated to creating and preserving a cooperative work environment

and to management's responsibility to evaluate work equitably and to reorganize the business

structure and work assignments when necessary.

This job description is not an employment agreement or contract. Management has the exclusive right

to alter this job description at any time without notice.

My signature indicates that I have read, fully understand and accept the job requirements as set

forth in this job description and am committed to the job responsibilities and the cooperative

environment.

(Print Name)

(SignatureDate)

NOTE: All references to regulatory requirements are based on the training Certificate(s) held by

the Learning Center, or by FlightSafety International, and on all FlightSafety International

Policies and Procedures.

Created: 05/01/1994 Approved: May 1994 Revised: 1997

Revised: 09/01/1998 Revised: 02/09-03/23/99

Revised 05/06-07/99 Approved: May 1999

Revised: 04/09/2002 Revised: 04/20/2004 Revised: 05/07/2004 Revised: 07/30/2004 Revised: 02/28/2005

Revised: 03/30/2005 Revised: 05/16/2005 Revised: 10/18/2007 Revised: 12/03/2007 Revised: 03/03/2008

Revised: 03/06/2008

Revised: 03/18/2008 Revised: 05/16/2008 Revised: 08/03/2009 Revised: 12/17/2009 Revised:

01/11/2010

Revised: 04/16/2010 Approved: 07/29/2010 Revised: 07/11/2011

Revised: 10/24/2012

Addition: 04/09/2014 (Sensitive Duties)/Addition (CS 24/7)

Revised: 08/31/2018

Revised: 08/31/18

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Proprietary Information. All Rights reserved.

FlightSafety is an Equal Opportunity Employer/Vet/Disabled.

Nearest Major Market: Wichita
Requisition 13145

LC – INSTRUCTORS

ZONE: ZN300’s

04/09/14

FLIGHTSAFETY INTERNATIONAL

JOB TITLE: Ground/Simulator Instructor

ZONE: ZN300’s

LOCATION: Learning Center

DEPARTMENT: Pilot Training

SUPERVISES: N/A

REPORTS TO: Program Manager (PM)/Director of Pilot Training (DOT)

BASIC FUNCTION:

The Ground/Simulator Instructor is responsible for the accomplishment of pilot ground school

training and ground-based Simulator training conducted for Customers receiving Initial, Recurrent

or generic training courses and measures the training progress of Customer(s), objectively and

subjectively, within the established curriculum, by performing the following duties:

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: The following duties are essential to the successful and

satisfactory performance of this job. Other duties may be assigned.

Teammates based at Learning Centers in the U.S. may be required to perform duties as contract

instructors or check airmen which are considered "safety-sensitive" under 14 CFR Parts 121 and/or

135. Those hired into or transferred to safety-sensitive duties will be required to undergo a U.S.

Department of Transportation-compliant Pre-employment Drug Screening; and be subject to random drug

and alcohol testing as long as they are assigned safety-sensitive duties.

FlightSafety Learning Centers provide training and support to Customer and Clients 24 hours a day,

7 days a week, 365 days a year. Learning Center instructors may be scheduled at varying times and

days to support the Customer needs.

NOTE: The term “Program” can refer to the training program in its development,

implementation, or evaluation stages.

Training Standards – Program Activities: (Includes Compliance with regulations and guidelines, and

Quality Management System (QMS) policies and procedures; plus Lesson Planning, Current Material and

Set-up):

• Maintain Instructor qualification in accordance with NOTE on the last page of this Job

Description.

• Maintain Instructor qualification in accordance with FlightSafety International’s Quality

Maintenance Systems (QMS) processes and procedures. (Refer to QWI-62-02-01)

Revised: 08/31/18

1 of 7

FlightSafety International

Proprietary Information. All Rights reserved.

LC – INSTRUCTORS ZONE: ZN300’s

04/09/14

• Deliver training to FlightSafety International clients in accordance with FlightSafety

International Instructor Performance Standards.

• Develop, utilize, maintain and revise ground school lesson plans and Pilot Training publications

in accordance with FlightSafety International Instructor Performance Standards.

• Assist in completing and revising ground school syllabi and Expanded Instructor Action Guides

(EIAGs)

• Keep current all certificates, ratings, and designations required to perform duties as a

Simulator Instructor.

Training Standards – Instructor Activities: (Includes Compliance with regulations and guidelines,

and QMS policies and procedures)

• Maintain all ground training material (various media forms) in a current state at all times.

• Prepare classroom and set up training materials no later than 15 minutes prior to scheduled class

start time.

• Ensure classroom equipment, flight training devices (FTDs) and scheduled simulators are ready for

client training events.

• Integrate Crew Resource Management (CRM)/Human Factors training with technical (procedural)

training.

• Utilize Customer's Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs), Checklists, and Minimum Equipment List

(MEL) during training, when requested or required.

• Attend scheduled Instructor meetings.

• Maintain all training material (various media forms) in a current state at all times.

• Provide pre-briefings and post-briefings before and after each Simulator lesson in accordance

with FlightSafety International Instructor Performance Standards.

• Prepare the Flight Simulator and/or briefing room no later than 15 minutes prior to the scheduled

start of the Simulator lesson and/or pre-briefing session.

• Assist in keeping all publications used in Simulator training current.

• NOTE: Act as Second-in-Command for clients training in multi-crew aircraft who have come to

training without a flying partner. In that capacity, will serve as a competent Second-in-Command

and will not be performing instructional duties.

Documentation/Reports Activities:

• Interact with Simulator Mx technicians concerning all Simulator functions and malfunctions as

well as ensure all malfunctions are documented properly using appropriate forms.

• Perform administrative duties relative to training such as preparing for the delivery of

training, record keeping, monitoring customer progress, training development and maintenance of

training programs.

• Report to the Director of Training (DOT) any Customer training problems (poor performance,

Customer/Instructor conflicts, excessive tardiness, etc.).

Revised: 08/31/18

2 of 7

FlightSafety International Proprietary Information. All Rights reserved.

Daily Responsibilities:

LC – INSTRUCTORS ZONE: ZN300’s

04/09/14

• Maintain FlightSafety International's commitment to Customer satisfaction while performing job

duties.

• Interact within a cooperative environment through beneficial behavior, commitment to common

goals, contribution to problem solving, communication of ideas and suggestions, and encouragement

to other employees and departments.

• Accountable for the security of FlightSafety International’s materials, projects and business

information regarding the methods and techniques used in the production and usage of FlightSafety

International’s products.

• Accountable for the accuracy and completeness of assigned tasks.

• Adhere to a required work schedule, including prompt and regular attendance.

• Report, on a timely basis, any safety hazards observed in work area, equipment, and/or building

to appropriate person(s) for correction.

• Participate in the Quality Management System (QMS) activities at assigned site and adhere to the

processes related to accomplishing the site's QMS goals.

• Participate in Learning Center Safety Management Systems (SMS) activities including:

supporting and promoting the safety culture, reporting all aviation safety- related issues via the

feedback system, and adhering to the processes related to accomplishing SMS goals.

• Support FlightSafety International's, and its subsidiaries', commitment to ethical behavior by

basing our priorities on lawful and ethical conduct as we deal with co- workers, Customers, vendors

and others in all of our operations. (See Sarbanes- Oxley Act of 2002)

OTHER DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

Prioritize workflow on a daily, weekly and monthly basis.

Attend, facilitate and/or research training to increase skills applicable to job position and

workplace issues.

Travel in conjunction with assigned duties, if required. Other duties may be assigned by the Center

Manager.

SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES:

N/A

CONTACTS: The employee must display a service-oriented demeanor to both internal and external

contacts and promote a positive image of FlightSafety International, while performing the duties of

the job.

INTERNALAll FlightSafety International Employees EXTERNAL -

Customers, vendors and general public

Revised: 08/31/18

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FlightSafety International Proprietary Information. All Rights reserved.

LC – INSTRUCTORS ZONE: ZN300’s

04/09/14

QUALIFICATION REQUIREMENTS: The requirements listed below are

representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required.

EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE: (Minimum Requirements)

Associate's degree (A.A.) from a two-year college or technical school preferred, or three (3) years

related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience;

equivalency years’ experience substitution must be in related field.

Minimum of six (6) months experience in a teaching/training environment, especially where the

material is designed for adult (over 18 years old) participants, preferred.

Prior to hiring, the applicant for Ground/Simulator Instructor must possess one of the following

qualifications:

If instructing in a simulator that represents an aircraft requiring a Type Rating, or if

instructing in a course of training leading to the issuance of an Airline Transport Pilot (ATP)

Certificate or an added rating to an ATP Certificate, the person must possess the following:

• Airline Transport Pilot Certificate (ATP or Part 61.159/61.161, or 61.163 experience, as

applicable) with appropriate category, class and type ratings, and

• FAA Flight Instructor Certificate (CFI – Certified Flight Instructor) (currency, not required);

or

• Ground Instructor Certificate with an instrument rating and an advanced rating (AGII); or

• A rating equivalent to either of the above, issued by another country’s aviation authority; or

• Documented military Flight Instructor training and experience; or

• Documented experience as a pilot instructor in a Part 142, and/or 135/ 121 Air Carrier

operations, or another country’s aviation authority; or

• At least one (1) years’ experience as a FlightSafety Maintenance Instructor (This qualification

is valid only for teaching Aircraft Systems modules, and requires a waiver from the Regional

Director Training Operations.) Other modules may also be approved, on a case-by-case basis.

If instructing in a simulator representing an aircraft not requiring a type rating or, instructing

in a course of training not leading to the issuance of an Airline Transport Pilot Certificate

(ATP), the person must possess the following:

• Commercial Pilot Certificate with appropriate category, class, and instrument ratings and

Revised: 08/31/18

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LC – INSTRUCTORS ZONE: ZN300’s

04/09/14

• FAA Flight Instructor Certificate (CFI – Certified Flight Instructor) with

appropriate category, and class (currency, not required); or

• Ground Instructor Certificate with an instrument rating and an advanced rating (AGII); or

• A rating equivalent to either of the above, issued by another country’s aviation authority;

or

• Documented military Flight Instructor training and experience; or

• Documented experience as a pilot instructor in a Part 142, 135 or 121 Air Carrier operations,

or another country’s aviation authority.

NOTE: An Instructor may be employed without the required certificates or ratings, but these must be

obtained within six (6) months of employment or before training any clients.

After hiring, the Ground/Simulator Instructor must complete the following:

a) In-Processing and Orientation, as documented in the Instructor Training File (ITF)

b) General and Administrative Training

c) Aircraft-Specific Ground and Simulator Training

d) Instructional Devices Training

e) Professional Instructor Course (PIC) (see QWI 62-02-01;02)

f) Simulator Observation Training (1.5 hours minimum) GROUND ONLY INSTRUCTOR.

g) Ground School Observation Training

h) Practice instruction

i) Supervised Instruction

j) Instructor Certification/Designation

k) Academic Instructor Evaluation

l) Flight/Simulator Instructor Evaluation

CERTIFICATES, LICENSES OR REGISTRATIONS:

See above for Certifications required. Valid Driver’s License, where applicable.

OTHER SKILLS AND ABILITIES:

Fluency in English, through both verbal and written communications; able to speak, understand, read

and write

Excellent verbal and written communication skills Excellent organizational skills

Ability to interact with various levels of management in a professional manner Ability to adapt to

changing schedules and high-pressure situations

A second language may be required in some Learning Centers to meet particular needs

Revised: 08/31/18

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FlightSafety International Proprietary Information. All Rights reserved.

EQUIPMENT KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS:

PC and/or compatible computer with printer

Various office equipment: FAX, Copier, and Multi-line Telephone

SOFTWARE KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS:

LC – INSTRUCTORS ZONE: ZN300’s

04/09/14

General knowledge of the following software: MS Office; MS Access, preferred Other software

programs may be required, as needed.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS AND WORK ENVIRONMENT: The physical demands and work environment described here are

representative of those that must be met and/or encountered by an employee to successfully perform

the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals

with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to use hands to finger,

handle, or feel objects, tools, or controls; reach with hands and arms; and talk or hear. The

employee may be required to stand; walk; sit; climb or balance; stoop, kneel, crouch, or crawl; and

taste or smell.

Must possess physical range of body motion to perform the following:

1. Reach, exert pressure and manipulate the rudder controls and/or anti-torque with both feet.

2. Reach and manipulate numerous controls within the Simulator device from the Instructor's chair.

3. Enter and exit from the Simulator device via the provided ramp.

4. With relative ease and quickness move between the Instructor station, projector screen

and podium while instructing in the classroom.

5. Exit from malfunctioned Simulator while the device is in a severely pitched attitude.

Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, color vision,

peripheral vision, depth perception, and the ability to adjust focus.

The employee must regularly lift and/or move up to 10 pounds, and frequently lift and/or move up to

25 pounds.

While performing the duties of this job, the employee frequently works near moving mechanical

parts. The employee occasionally works in high, precarious places and in outside weather conditions

and is occasionally exposed to wet and/or humid conditions, fumes or airborne particles, toxic or

caustic chemicals, extreme cold, extreme heat, risk of electrical shock, risk of radiation, and

vibration.

The noise level in the work environment is usually moderate.

Revised: 08/31/18

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FlightSafety International Proprietary Information. All Rights reserved.

LC – INSTRUCTORS

ZONE: ZN300’s

04/09/14

FlightSafety International is dedicated to creating and preserving a cooperative work environment

and to management's responsibility to evaluate work equitably and to reorganize the business

structure and work assignments when necessary.

This job description is not an employment agreement or contract. Management has the exclusive right

to alter this job description at any time without notice.

My signature indicates that I have read, fully understand and accept the job requirements as set

forth in this job description and am committed to the job responsibilities and the cooperative

environment.

(Print Name)

(SignatureDate)

NOTE: All references to regulatory requirements are based on the training Certificate(s) held by

the Learning Center, or by FlightSafety International, and on all FlightSafety International

Policies and Procedures.

Created: 05/01/1994 Approved: May 1994 Revised: 1997

Revised: 09/01/1998 Revised: 02/09-03/23/99

Revised 05/06-07/99 Approved: May 1999

Revised: 04/09/2002 Revised: 04/20/2004 Revised: 05/07/2004 Revised: 07/30/2004 Revised: 02/28/2005

Revised: 03/30/2005 Revised: 05/16/2005 Revised: 10/18/2007 Revised: 12/03/2007 Revised: 03/03/2008

Revised: 03/06/2008

Revised: 03/18/2008 Revised: 05/16/2008 Revised: 08/03/2009 Revised: 12/17/2009 Revised:

01/11/2010

Revised: 04/16/2010 Approved: 07/29/2010 Revised: 07/11/2011

Revised: 10/24/2012

Addition: 04/09/2014 (Sensitive Duties)/Addition (CS 24/7)

Revised: 08/31/2018

Revised: 08/31/18

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FlightSafety International

Proprietary Information. All Rights reserved.

FlightSafety is an Equal Opportunity Employer/Vet/Disabled.

Nearest Major Market: Wichita

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