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AH-64 Instructor Pilot


Doss Aviation
Location: Alabama
Job type: Contract/Locum
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Category: Pilot
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Job Description:

Aviation and operational military experience required in the following aircraft: AH-64. Instructor pilots should have aircraft experience at company level or higher as an IP. Aircraft training includes flight training and flight training support to execute the AH-64D. 

The IP instructs and evaluates performance and competence and serves as mentor/trainer/ professional developer to students. Training is conducted in accordance with the Army Aircrew Training Manual and applicable training requirements. IPs conduct preflight and in-flight briefings and post flight debriefings and after action reviews (AAR) to ensure student pilots have a thorough understanding and comprehension of the training materials. 

Advanced flight instruction training consists of basic and advanced flight tasks and maneuvers, instrument training, terrain flight techniques, advanced navigation and navigational systems, tactics, techniques and procedures (TTPs), and end of stage check rides. The IP provides academic and classroom instruction on aircraft systems, training maneuvers, procedures, and other flight related subjects. 

AH-64 IP Experience Requirements: U.S. Army qualified IP in the AH-64D. Shall have aircraft experience at company level or higher as an IP. Five plus years as an aviator with last AH-64D flight within the previous 24-months (Army provided currency and refresher training may be provided on as needed basis). 

Educational Requirements: Graduate of the US Army AH-64D Instructor Pilot/Methods of Instruction Course. 
Clearance: Active Secret 

Doss Aviation, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer and does not discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment because of race, color, sex, age, national origin, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity, status as a veteran, and basis of disability or any other federal, state or local protected class.
Job Description:

Aviation and operational military experience required in the following aircraft: AH-64. Instructor pilots should have aircraft experience at company level or higher as an IP. Aircraft training includes flight training and flight training support to execute the AH-64D. 

The IP instructs and evaluates performance and competence and serves as mentor/trainer/ professional developer to students. Training is conducted in accordance with the Army Aircrew Training Manual and applicable training requirements. IPs conduct preflight and in-flight briefings and post flight debriefings and after action reviews (AAR) to ensure student pilots have a thorough understanding and comprehension of the training materials. 

Advanced flight instruction training consists of basic and advanced flight tasks and maneuvers, instrument training, terrain flight techniques, advanced navigation and navigational systems, tactics, techniques and procedures (TTPs), and end of stage check rides. The IP provides academic and classroom instruction on aircraft systems, training maneuvers, procedures, and other flight related subjects. 

AH-64 IP Experience Requirements: U.S. Army qualified IP in the AH-64D. Shall have aircraft experience at company level or higher as an IP. Five plus years as an aviator with last AH-64D flight within the previous 24-months (Army provided currency and refresher training may be provided on as needed basis). 

Educational Requirements: Graduate of the US Army AH-64D Instructor Pilot/Methods of Instruction Course. 
Clearance: Active Secret 

Doss Aviation, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer and does not discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment because of race, color, sex, age, national origin, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity, status as a veteran, and basis of disability or any other federal, state or local protected class.

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