The Flight Training Department at the Daytona Beach campus is currently accepting applications for the position of Training Manager. Training Managers are responsible for the overall administration of flight training to include safety of training, quality of training and student service. Individually manages all aspects of flight training for 25 Instructor Pilots and is responsible for the welfare of approximately 250 flight students.
Duties of the Training Manager include:
Provide Management of assets and job functions of all assigned personnel.
Ensure appropriate workload of assigned instructor pilots is maintained
Student Tracking (Tracking student training progress)
Conduct weekly meetings with teams to coordinate flight operations and enhance Flight Department effectiveness.
Communicate changes in policy and procedures
Scheduling student and Instructor training events
Provide quality flight training and ensure normal progress of assigned students while promoting the initiatives of the university’s safety culture, through mentoring and management techniques.
Review, modify, and assist in the completion of required paperwork:
Promote the Embry-Riddle Student Care and Customer Satisfaction programs by:
Counseling Students and Instructor Pilots as needed by regularly communicating with students about training progress
Developing and implementing a plan of action if needed
Monitoring student progress to ensure minimum standards are met
Maintaining student/IP assignments
Ensure compliance with University Policy and FAA Regulations (10%)
Verify compliance with Part 141 and Part 142 regulations and Training Course Outlines
Notify the Chief Flight Instructor on any deviations to Training Course Outlines prior to any deviation.
Verify instructor pilots are conducting training during assigned days and times
Timely completion of required paperwork
Ensure the quality of training is maintained by:
Administering assigned phase checks
Conducting performance evaluations for FT IPs
Communicate with the appropriate personnel:
Other duties as assigned.
Bachelor’s Degree Required.
FAA Certificated Flight Instructor/Instrument CFI, CFII Airplane, Single Engine Land, (Multi-engine Land preferred)
500 hours dual instruction given