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Assistant Chief Flight Instructor is responsible for assisting the RMC Chief Flight Instructor in managing CFIs and Training Course Outlines pertaining to RMC\'s FAA part 141 Certification and part 61 training. This position is also responsible for ensuring students obtain pilot certification necessary to fulfill graduation requirements under FAR parts 61, 91 and 141 in a cost-effective manner. This person will also be responsible for assisting the Director of Flight Operations with duties including, but not limited to; safety and safety program, personnel (staffing), curriculum development, Instructor/Director of Flight Operations and Student/Director of Flight Operations liaison, SOP development and revision, Crisis Management, Aircraft Scheduling, Personnel Evaluation and general leadership and management of Flight Operations. Flight Operations is located at the Billings MT airport.

ESSENTIAL RESPONSIBILITIES/DUTIES: - Responsible for the safety and well-being of students, employees and aircraft in all flight and ground operations. - Assist the Chief Flight Instructor in leadership and management of CFIs in the fulfillment of the Aviation Program mission, vision, and values. - Perform duties and responsibilities as an Assistant Chief Flight Instructor per FAR 141.36, for those courses for which the applicant is qualified. - Perform duties and maintain qualifications as a part 141 Check pilot to include conducting End of Course evaluations leading to issuance of Certificates and Ratings under examining authority. - Oversee all aspects of student training, stage checks and FAA check rides including scheduling, trend analysis and establishment of standards. - Assist in the development of Training Course Outline (TCO) revisions and work with the Chief Flight Instructor in development and implementation. - Assist Director of Flight Operations in all duties to include personnel issues, strategic planning for the program, FTM development, SOP development, and budget issues. - Perform other duties as may be assigned from time to time.

QUALIFICATION REQUIREMENTS: - Bachelor\'s degree is required. Minimum requirements as dictated by FAR part 141.36 for Assistant Chief Certified Flight Instructor for Private, Instrument, and/or Commercial courses preferred. - Flight Instructor Certificate with single engine land rating and Instrument required. Multi-Engine CFI ratings preferred. - FAA Class II or higher medical certificate required. - Ability to perform multiple tasks concurrently. - Possess strong inter-personal, verbal, and written communications skills. - Skilled at using computers for email communication, word processing, Talon ETA software and spread sheet applications.

Equal Opportunity Employer.