A. Education Level:
1. Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent required, Master’s Degree preferred, or an equivalent combination of college level courses, military training and job site experience may be substituted.
2. Must have been qualified as a Pilot in Command.
3. Graduate of the Instructor Pilot Course (IPC)/Methods of Instruction (MOI) course at an authorized Aviation Proponent School or an IP equivalency evaluation administered by a standardization instructor pilot (SP) selected by the Directorate of Evaluations and Standardization (DES) required or equivalent.
4. Qualified on the AH-64, UH-60, MD-530, or the AH-6i Series Aircraft.
5. FAA Commercial Rotorcraft Helicopter Instructor Pilot certificate (CFI) or equivalent required (GACA).
6. FAA Commercial Rotorcraft Helicopter Instrument Pilot certificate (CFII) preferred.
1. Minimum of 15 years’ experience in Aviation Standardization required.
2. Former Standardization Instructor Pilot experience required.
3. Former Brigade level or higher staff officer experience preferred.
4. Experience in Attack or Support helicopter missions required.
5. Minimum of 3000 total flight hours required.
6. Minimum of 500 Instructor Pilot Flight hours in the AH-64, UH-60, MD-530 or the AH-6i series aircraft required.
7. Minimum of 150 Night Vision Goggle (NVG) flight hours required.
8. Combat experience preferred
9. Instructor pilot experience at an USAACE approved school of instruction or equivalent preferred.
C. Specific knowledge, skills, ability:
1. Successfully pass the FAA Class II Flight Physical upon hire or equivalent, and annually thereafter required if on flight status.
2. Knowledge of Army Aviation training concepts, administration, and logistics.
3. Ability to communicate both orally and written in English.
4. Ability to effectively deal with people in the coordination of staff and team members.
5. Ability to effectively communicate with the customer in a professional and courteous manner.
6. Possesses a valid driver’s license.
D. Any or all the above minimum qualifications may be waived by Chief of MNG-Aviation.