Fargo Jet Center Flight Instructor in Fargo, North Dakota

Position Title: Flight InstructorPosition Reports to: Assistant Chief Flight InstructorDepartment/Location: Flight School/Fargo, ND***********$1,000 bonus after 3 successful months of servicePrimary Operational Objectives:A flight instructor is responsible to represent the flight school in a professional manner by teaching our clients how to fly in a variety of settings using methods that include textbook education, simulators and live flight training.Essential Job Functions:Contact and meet with potential new customers, conduct tours of the facilities and familiarize clients of flight school's training coursesTrain clients in subjects such as aircraft systems, operational procedures, handling emergencies, problem analysis, aircraft navigation, radio operations and aerodynamicsRegularly schedule each assigned student to ensure satisfactory progress through the course materials and inform supervisor of any delays in the trainingAccurately maintain all appropriate records to include student training records, logbooks and computer records.Provide recurrent training for current pilots in the communityProvide insurance qualification training for pilots renting flight school aircraftPromote sales of company services and inventoryAttend company sponsored aviation events such as seminars, symposiums, open houses and air showsWilling to do things outside your job description to assist other company departments when called uponQualifications:Must hold an FAA Commercial Pilot Certificate with an Airplane Single Engine Land RatingMust hold an FAA Certified Flight Instructor Certificate with an Airplane Single Engine Land RatingMust hold a current FAA Second Class Medical CertificateMust have excellent communication, customer service and interpersonal skillsMust have basic computer knowledge as appropriate for client/airplane scheduling, record keeping and client/company communication.Ability to work well independently and as part of a team.No instructional experience necessary, however, flight experience in a Cessna 172 is preferred.Ability to have a flexible schedule, including days, evenings, nights and weekend hoursEEO/AAP/Drug Free Workplace