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Flight Training Manager:
To ensure the quality and effectiveness of flight training, and compliance with regulatory requirements.
Reports to the Director of Operations (DO) and is responsible for oversight and compliance of Part 121 and Part 135 pilot training and qualification
Responsible for establishing a ground and flight training program for Part 135 and Part 121 crew members which meets or exceeds FAA and Company requirements
Manual Administrator of Flight Operations Training Manual – responsible for maintenance, revision, and regulatory compliance of the processes and manual
Holds membership on Safety Review Board and provides technical expertise
Responsible for oversight, compliance, and monitoring the process and quality of flight crewmember training and qualification
Responsible for oversight and compliance of Part 142 contract training centers
Ensures standardization of line pilots, instructors, and check pilots
Maintains training record system in compliance with federal regulations
May hold company instructor or check pilot authority but is not required to do so
Communicates training, checking, and qualification results to the Chief Pilot (CP) or DO
Schedule and conduct required audits
Maintain a good working relationship with customer and attend customer sponsored training events
Approves or rejects for payment all contract training provider invoices
Hire and maintain a highly trained Flight Training Department staff
Serves as a technical resource for Part 121 and Part 135 aircraft and operations
Ensures standardization of Part 121 and Part 135 instructors and check pilots
Responsible for advanced simulator qualification program
Responsible for tracking and improving upon overall number of successful training events
Provide oversight of department employees and track established goals and areas of improvement
Maintain a good working relationship with regulatory agencies including the FAA and TSA, and provide records and information as required per regulation
Maintain 12-5 Security Program and take measures to ensure confidentiality of the program
Launch special projects to improve upon the training process and efficiency of the Company
Oversee iPad EFB and other programs as assigned
Help develop and work within departmental budgets
Assist Travel Logistics Specialist with Monthly Landing Fees Process, when needed
Assist Manager of OCC with International Permits Process, when necessary
Other duties as assigned.
Holds a minimum of a Commercial Pilot Certificate – Airplane (current medical not required) and is a High School graduate or equivalent. Has previous administrative/management experience and is proficient with MS Office and Adobe.
SPECIAL POSITION REQUIREMENTS:
Occasional travel is required.
121 Training Supervisor
Flight Training Administrative Assistant
WORKING CONDITIONS AND PHYSICAL EFFORT:
Work typically performed in an office environment.
Mountain Air Cargo, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer. We offer a comprehensive benefits package.