Deputy Branch Chief, C - 12 Simulator

CAE   •  

Dothan, AL

8 - 10 years

Posted 263 days ago

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Essential Duties and Responsibilities

  • In coordination with the CAE Director of Standardization, the USAF C-12 Deputy Branch Chief will actively lead, direct, and manage a full standardization and training program for the USAF program at the CAE Dothan Training Center.
  • Assures compliance with applicable standards (i.e. USAF, AR 95-20, AR 95-1 and FAA Part 141 Formal School requirements).
  • Actively participates in the Quality Management System, quality procedures and safety programs with those respective leads in the same organization.
  • Keeps current with changes and modifications to external standards.
  • Identifies and implements strategies for compliance.
  • Manages the standardization, evaluation, examiner plan to include scheduling of internal and external audits, maintenance of the tracking database, follow up on deficiencies, and reporting.
  • Coordinates examiner activities across the program to ensure that adequate support is provided.
  • Interfaces with appropriate members of the program, customer, and CAE USA staff to proactively identify and address quality assurance issues and ensure that all quality requirements are met.
  • Interfaces with various departments, management, and staff to identify and execute process improvement opportunities.
  • Conducts business in strict compliance with all corporate policies and procedures and applicable state and federal regulations.
  • Establishes and presents metrics to measure process performance levels and the impact of process improvements initiatives.
  • Uses advanced statistical methodology to identify improvement opportunities, gaps or redundancies and effect change.

Qualifications and Education Requirements

  • Eight years total experience, five years of which should be related to USAF C-12 training in both classroom and simulators.
  • Experience as a USAF C-12D/F/T InstructorPilot
  • Completion of C-12InstructorPilot Course.
  • Minimum1,000 flight hours as Pilot in Command (PIC) in the Air Force C-12D/F/T and/or 500 flight hours of C-12F/T/D InstructorPilot time.
  • Highly desiredexperience as Simulator InstructorPilot for the US Army, USAF, USN, or USMC.
  • Understanding of military protocols and customs is essential.
  • 300 hours instructing in the Universal EFI cockpit is preferred
  • Recent experience as a USAF program manager is preferred.
  • Bachelor’s degreepreferred.
  • Strong project instructional skills.
  • Proficient in Microsoft Excel, PowerPoint, and Word.
  • Ability to effectively deliver oral presentations to students in a classroom or simulator environment.
  • Ability to work independently, with minimal supervision.
  • Ability to work overtime as required.
  • Ability to work any shift or day of the week as required

Certificates, Licenses, Registrations

  • FAA Multi-Engine Instructor/Instrument (ME II) preferred.  If no ME II, then FAA Advanced Ground Instructor Rating or C-12InstructorPilot’s Course.