MQ - 9 Sensor Instructor

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Indian Springs, NV

Industry: Government & Non-Profit

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Less than 5 years

Posted 78 days ago

  by    Julie Reyna

This job is no longer available.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS

Education: High school diploma or equivalent.

Training and Experience: Have 500 hours total pilot flying time (not including SUPT time) of which 100 hours are in the Primary Aircraft of Instruction (PAI) (not including "other" time); or have 150 total pilot flying time (not including SUPT time) of which 200 hours are in the PAS (not including "other" time). Pass and maintain FAA Class III flight physical requirements. Must complete a formal basic academic instructor course within 6 months after start of training as an instructor. Completion of the Air Combat Command Classroom Instructor Course or MAJCOM equivalent satisfies the CRI requirement. All Instructor SO (ISO) candidates will meet AFI 11-MQ-1/9, Volume 1, Chapter 2, and Instructor SO Prerequisites prior to certification as a MQ-1/9 ISO.

General Skills: Must be able to handle multiple tasks, a self-starter, flexible in work assignments, detail oriented, highly organized, possess good interpersonal and written communication skills, and work under limited supervision.

Computer Skills: Proficient in Microsoft Outlook, Word, Excel, and PowerPoint.

Desired Experience: Previous MQ-1/9 Sensor Instructor preferred.

Security Clearance: Must currently possess a security clearance of "Secret" or higher.

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Perform academic instruction and/or remedial training/make-up training for students using Instructor/Lesson guides as required by applicable syllabi or training plans.

  • Prepare classroom for instruction and distribute any lesson-related student materials.

  • Coordinate and conduct aircraft preflight training required to support the syllabi.

  • Review desired learning objectives with students in preparation for examinations/evaluations.

  • Administer and score examinations.

  • Manage academic programs to comply with AFRs, AFIs and other publications.

  • Maintain production folders for each course taught.

  • Maintain reference material used in support of academic courseware.

  • Provide all student deliverables including all courseware related material and tactical publications.

  • Instruct students in such a manner that, with normal student progression, the end-of-course level of proficiency will be met by the end of the academic phase.

  • Critique students verbally on all errors committed during the course of the training.

  • Instruct students in techniques and corrective procedures to help students avoid repetition of errors.

  • Fill out log to document any problems with Predator Mission Aircrew Training System (PMATS).

  • Complete all appropriate administrative paperwork (781, TAR, etc).

  • IAW the approved debriefing guide, conduct a thorough event debrief for all training device events. All syllabi required items will be covered.

  • Record student performance on individual event grade sheets IAW ACCI 11-464. End-of-course minimum standards are listed in the applicable formal course syllabi. Tasks that are not accomplished will be annotated on the student's "not accomplished" task logs.

  • Review each applicable student's grade book prior to brief.

  • Thoroughly prepare students to perform the scheduled event.

  • In accordance with the approved instructor/mission pre-briefing guide and conduct a thorough event pre-brief for all flight training events.

  • Address 100% of the specified event tasks during the flight training period unless lack of student progress or maintenance problems will not allow completion. Non-effective flight training events will be rescheduled.

  • Instructs and measures training process of students who train in the established aircrew training curriculum.

  • Assists in projects and development work as assigned.

  • Provides inputs for courseware corrections, modifications, and to update training policies and procedures.

  • Performs administrative duties relative to training such as recordkeeping and monitoring student progress.

  • Serves as aircraft type Subject Matter Expert (SME) for curriculum development, students, and other personnel as required.

  • Maintains a high level of subject knowledge, capability, and expertise.

  • Performs Launch and Recovery (L/R) duties as required and assigned.

  • Conducts briefings and debriefings and counsels with students to develop and maintain a high level of proficiency.

  • Performs other incidental and related duties as required and assigned.

Salary

$80K