Grey Aviation is actively searching for senior, subject matter expert Instructor Pilot candidates who meet our high standards of aviator skills, safety, professionalism and customer focus. As the industry leader in armed aircraft training, operations, surveillance and support, Grey Aviation’s vision is to leverage new technology and innovative ideas to develop customer tailored capabilities within a challenging global environment.
Conducts flight test operations in accordance with DOD and FAA test plans. Plans tactical and operational pilot training evolutions encompassing a wide array of prospective student pilot (US and International Military) experience levels. Instructs students (in classroom, on ground and inflight) on the aircraft mission systems, ISR procedures, Night Vision Goggle procedures, weapon systems, and weapons employment. Advises and assists International Military Students as the partner nation stands up its own organic aviation capability. Conducts live fire training missions with USAF or International Military Students. Additional Duties:
Additional duties include but are not limited to the following: Develops, exercises, manages, and updates aircraft systems, tactics and techniques, and aircraft employment courseware and curriculum. Develops and updates training scenarios. Uses subject matter expertise to provide inputs during Curriculum Design Reviews. Employees may be assigned other duties, as directed by management.
Responsible for thoughtful adherence to all Grey Aviation and Governmental Policies, Procedures, and Compliance Regulations (internal and external).