Crew Chief, UH-60
ARMA Aviation •
•Day and NVG training in both individual and multi-ship sorties in tactical based scenarios and environments.
•Responsible for assisting in the development of courseware, products and procedures in support of assigned training and operational missions.
•Perform duties as a Crew Chief and Instructor in day and NVG training scenarios.
•Perform other tasks as assigned by lead pilot and company management.
•Provide ground instruction in topics ranging from aircraft systems, ground operations, general aircraft handling, instrument procedures, emergency procedures, crew resource management, and tactical employment.
•Conduct maintenance recovery operations outside of coalition controlled airfields with appropriate coalition security.
•Support additional certification training such as cargo sling load, air assault, alternate insertion/extraction training, etc.
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:
•Knowledge of the appropriate aviation-related and aircraft specific systems-related subject areas.
•Ability to impart effective instruction using computer-based presentation equipment in a Microsoft Windows-based (or similar) operating environment and/or platform classroom type delivery.
•Strong interpersonal and communication skills.
•Detail oriented and capable of completing multiple time-sensitive tasks.
•Must be able to prioritize workloads.
•Must thrive in fast-paced, changing environment with minimal supervision.
•Must be highly proficient in Microsoft Office.
•Must have current passport.
Experience and Education Requirements:
•1,500 Rotary Wing Flight Hours as a Crew Chief or Flight Engineer
•50 Rotary Wing Hours on a crew served weapon
•100 Instructor Pilot Hours
•50 Night Vision Goggle (NVG) Instructor Hours
•Current FAA Class II Medical Certificate
Physical Requirements/Working Environment:
•Must possess a military medical or FAA Class II clearance and be able to meet applicable physical and physiological minimum requirements for the applicable aircraft.
•Must successfully pass pre-employment drug screening; subsequent random screening per antidrug and alcohol misuse prevention program requirements.
•Work assignment in a remote OCONUS location.
•Austere living and working conditions, with long hours and exposure to harsh weather and hazardous conditions.
•Personnel should be aware of requirements to mobilize on short notice and under adverse conditions.
•Ability to travel domestically and internationally.
ARMA Aviation is an EEO/AAP employer.
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