Role and Responsibilities
The Flight Simulator Instructor is responsible for providing services to clients by conducting all the instructions and training.
- Candidates are to hold an FAA ATPL License
- Instructing Experience is a requirement
- Arabic Speaker is preferred
Maintaining Licenses and Ensuring Authority Approval
Maintain his/her personal licenses, ratings and IP “currency”, including medical fitness (if applicable), in order to conduct his assigned duties.
Ensure that any approval granted by an Authority is valid before conducting any training, which requires him/her to exercise the privileges of that Authority approval.
Comply with ECFT/CAE policies and procedures at the operational level when conducting any training function, activity or lesson plan.
Comply with regulations and procedures pertaining to the Authority approved program(s) as they apply to a training function, activity or lesson plan.
Briefing and De-Briefing
Conduct all Simulator Briefings and training in a thorough and positive manner to deliver the maximum training benefit to the trainee pilot.
Accurately note any deviation from required SOPs, procedures, or maneuvers and record and discuss these deviations with the appropriate trainee pilot during the Simulator De-briefing.
If qualified as a Ground School Instructor, conduct any Ground Training Courses as a Classroom, Simfinity, CBT, IPT or Stand-up lecture instruction, as-and-when required.
Prepare and inspect classroom facilities and equipment prior to the start of the classroom day.
CAE thanks all applicants for their interest. However, only those whose background and experience match the requirements of the role will be contacted.
Equal Employment Opportunity
At CAE, everyone is welcome to contribute to our success. With no exception.
As captured in our overarching value "One CAE", we’re proud to work as one passionate, boundaryless and inclusive team.
At CAE, all employees are welcome regardless of race, nationality, colour, religion, sex, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, disability or age.
The masculine form may be used in this job description solely for ease of reading, but refers to men, women and the gender diverse.