We expect you to:
- Perform the pre-flight and post-flight training, take flights with students and instructors, as well as consult students. A flight instructor performs the organizational work of operational practice;
- Evaluate students’ learning;
- Monitor and review students’ progress;
- Evaluate training sessions;
- Assess learning outcomes;
- Contribute to the preparation of documents governing the activities of BAA Training;
- Control the flight records, the implementation of flight programs, and the quality of work;
- Work as an instructor while flying the training aircraft and aircraft simulators;
- Control the completion of logbooks.
To succeed you must have:
- Valid EASA CPL(A) or ATPL(A) License;
- Valid EASA 1st Class Medical Certificate;
- Valid IRI(A) with SE or ME rating.
- ICAO English level 4 or higher;
- EU work permit.
Benefits you will get:
- Motivational salary package of fixed 60 hours’ guarantee and bonus hourly rate from 61st hour;
- BAA Training endorsements to a wide range of partnering airlines, so we can help to become an Airline Pilot;
- Internal career opportunities (Senior Flight Instructor, etc.);
- Exclusive pricing for type rating training;
- Accommodation allowance;
- Flight tickets every 3 months to go home (for foreigners);
- Rating renewal extension;
- 80 training hours on average per month;
- Full year flight season in Spain;
- Motivated students who are pre-selected for airlines’ cadet programs.