Delaware Resource Group

  • Flight Simulator Instructor Combat Systems Officer

    Job Locations US-GA-Valdosta
    Posted Date 3 months ago(10/31/2018 11:50 AM)
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  • Overview

    DRG is seeking a motivated HC-130J Flight Simulator Instructor Combat Systems Officer for our KDAM ATARS Program. A qualified candidate must be customer-focused, with the capability to provide aircrew Academic Instruction, Device Instruction, Observation Flights, aid and assistance to students, reporting, evaluating, grading, mission planning, mission pre-briefs, sortie execution and debrief, post- mission documentation, remedial instruction, supplemental instruction, etc. as required by Syllabi, Instructor Guides, AFIs and Flight Manuals.


    • Provide instruction, including surge, to meet USAF proficiency and qualification standards on Air Force-administered written examinations and flight evaluations for preparatory courses, initial qualification (basic, instrument, mission), transition (conversion, requalification), upgrade qualification (instructor, aircraft commander, special mission), and key staff, continuation and refresher course training as required to accomplish the On-Time Graduation and annual Student Throughput requirements of this contact.
    • Complete syllabus tasks within the time specified for the lesson.
    • Use air traffic control services and radio calls during instruction that are IAW the current edition of Federal Aviation Administration Order (FAAO) 7110.65, Air Traffic Control, or applicable International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) manuals and circulars for OCONUS sites.
    • Conduct Instrument Refresher Courses (IRC) (if qualified) IAW AFMAN 11-210 and AFI 11-202V2, as supplemented.
    • Conduct Cockpit/Crew Resource Management (CRM) courses (if qualified) IAW AFI 11-290 and MAJCOM Supplement. Crewmembers are required to take CRM recurring/refresher training IAW AFI 11-2 Mission Design Series (MDS)-Specific Volumes 1 &2 and 13-Series AFIs.
    • Comply with AETCI 36-2909, Recruiting, Education, Accessions, and Training Standards of Conduct, and shall take immediate action to resolve violations of the prohibition on unprofessional relationships.
    • Accomplish Student Throughput and annual On-Time Graduation requirements of this contract.
    • Evaluate, diagnose, critique, and document student performance, identify learning difficulties, recognize objectives not accomplished, and prescribe and conduct remedial instruction as required to accomplish the requirements of this contract.


    Knowledge, Skills and Ability:

    • Ability to fluently read, write, speak, and understand English.
    • Must acquire and maintain proficiency in emergency procedures.
    • Ability to work with minimal supervision.
    • Ability to obtain SECRET Security Clearance.


    Education and Formal Training:


    • Bachelor’s Degree from a regionally-accredited college




    • Current in U.S. Military Aircraft within previous two years or within previous 8 years, if candidate has performed 8 years military operational flying duty at the time of hire.
    • Two years or 200 hours experience as an in-flight instructor in the HC-130J



    The Company is an equal opportunity employer and will consider all applications without regard to race, sex, age, color, religion, national origin, veteran status, disability, genetic information or any other characteristic protected by law.


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