Navigator is currently seeking MC-12 instructor pilots to provide training support to all phases of the MC-12 Initial Variant Modification (IVM) New Equipment Training (NET) team. Instruction will be provided to active, reserve and National Guard military intelligence and aviation students going through the MC-12 IVM NET training course. All training shall be conducted in compliance with the most current Programs of Instruction (POI) and the applicable Flight Training Guides (FTGs). The instructor pilot will train pilots in accordance with POI, current Tactics, Techniques and Practices (TTPs), duties, and responsibilities to flight operation in support of A-ISR missions. The training will specifically include operations in support of onboard Aerial Sensor Operators utilizing onboard full-motion video (FMV) devices and other sensor equipment. Prior to assuming instructor pilot duties in accordance with AR 95-1 and AR 95-20 the instructor will demonstrate proficiency performing MC-12S Aircrew Training Manual (ATM) tasks to the prescribed standards and be evaluated and certified by a designated Government representative.
Operate aircraft in accordance with applicable regulations, and program/corporate policies and procedures. Emphasize flight crew member safety. Must have professional communications skills. Develop and review instructional material. Facilitate/instruct using various instructional strategies and method of instruction in a student-centered, adult-learning environment. Conduct training flights. Assess student proficiency and maintain accurate progress records and reports. Responsible for training students in subjects such as: aircraft systems, operating procedures, emergency procedures, problem analysis, aircraft deficiencies and maintenance reporting, aircraft navigation, radio operation, aerodynamics and special procedures relating to the conduct of intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance (ISR) operations. Must note and communicate aircraft deficiencies for maintenance review and correction.
• Must possess and maintain a current Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Class-II medical certificate.
• Must have completed a United States Army Fixed Wing Instructor Pilot (IP) Course or an United States Army Aviation Center of Excellence (USAACE) approved Fixed Wing IP Course
• Must possess an active Department of Defense TS/SCI security clearance.
• Must have a current Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Multi-engine Instructor (MEI)
• Must have a BE-300 Type Rating and re-current within the previous 18 months
• Must be proficient using the Rockwell Collins Pro Line 21 avionics suite
• Must be willing to travel (CONUS only)
Preferred/Desired Skills and/or Qualifications:
• MC-12S/W qualification
• US Military Standardization Instructor Pilot experience
• Prior Aerial Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance (A-ISR) missions within the last 24 months; operational (combat) or training.
• Previous experience as a classroom platform instructor
• Bachelor’s Degree (or 8+ years of equivalent experience)
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