Monarch Aircraft Engineering is an innovative, challenging and fun place to work. At Monarch we are all about people, our employees are our greatest asset, we constantly listen to their feedback and believe they are fundamental to the success of our business.
Monarch Engineering; Line Maintenance provider of the year 2017; are in their 50th year. A dedicated and customer focused company who are looking for a Part 145 Training Instructor to join their Luton based training academy team.
The Monarch Aircraft Engineering training academy is equipped with state-of-art classrooms providing superb opportunities for supporting a wide range of technical and non-technical training in a high-quality environment, which ensures that we remain at the leading edge of aircraft industry innovation.
Through our highly experienced and skilled training team we have gained a worldwide reputation for our continuing high standards and have the capability for delivering Part 147 approved training on Boeing and Airbus aircraft types, ranging from general familiarisation to full B1/B2 level in addition to Part 147 Category “A” Licence training. In addition to this our four year apprenticeship programme, which began in 1971, has produced over 750 high calibre engineers for both Monarch Aircraft Engineering and the wider aviation industry. With all of this experience we are extremely proud of upholding our reputation for producing high calibre engineers for the industry.
Reporting to the Senior Technical Instructors to deliver training aligned to the Monarch Aircraft Engineering training portfolio to the highest possible standard. The Technical Instructor will develop, deliver and maintain both practical and knowledge based training programmes which meet with the requirements of the aligned apprenticeship standards.
The position of Instructor is responsible for the competent delivery of their relevant experience offered within the scope of Monarch Aircraft Engineering’s apprenticeship programme and P145 requirements, plus additional standalone courses relevant to their history of employment. The Instructor is also expected to participate in the delivery of specialist subjects relevant to their experience which are embedded within other training programmes.
Qualifications, Knowledge and Experience:
· Relevant training delivery experience desirable but not essential as full training will be provided
· Conversant with EASA 145 & 147 requirements and relevant elements that are assigned to the scope of instruction, but also about the rules and specific procedures (MTOE etc.) governing the teaching in a controlled environment
· Good understanding and experience of aviation legislation to promote the “appropriate attitude” towards regulation and procedures, and in particular the strict adherence to approved maintenance practices and quality standards
· Ability to develop training materials using various mediums and delivery methods.
· A good working knowledge of Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint
· Excellent communication (written & spoken) and confident presentation skills
· Forward-looking, focusses on delivering a high level of performance to meet agreed goals.
Is a flexible team member who remains open to supporting others and sharing knowledge while actively building networks.