Spirit Airlines Jobs in Miramar | Flight Ops Senior Instructor

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If You are Looking for Jobs in Miramar, Check out this Flight Ops Senior Instructor Job vacancy in Miramar. Senior Flight Operations Instructor delivers first-rate instructions for Initial, Recurrent, Captain Upgrade, Requalification pilot curriculum, and other projects as assigned. The training environment will include but is not limited to; The classroom, Cockpit Procedure Trainer (CPT), and Flat Panel Trainer (FPT).

Your Duties And Responsibilities as a Flight Ops Senior Instructor

  • Possess and exhibit a genuine commitment to be the tenants of a “Servant Leader”, putting the success of the team and students first.
  • Establish and maintains effective communication channels with applicable stakeholder.
  • Proficient with Microsoft Office suite; Outlook, PowerPoint, Word, and Excel.
  • Ability to learn new software and systems efficiently.
  • Areas of instruction include Airbus A320 series normal, abnormal, and emergency procedures, aircraft systems, performance/limitations, general subjects, and basic indoctrination under Spirit Airlines FAR 121 Training Program.
  • Collaborate with the training team to identify, develop, and implement effective training methodologies.
  • Exhibit a commitment to the established standards of aviation training.
  • Must be able to follow Spirit’s FAA-approved training syllabus and ensure pilots are trained to the highest standards.
  • Excellent instructing, facilitating, and mentoring skills.

Who Can Apply For This Position 

  • Prior FAR 121 flight crew training or flight crew experience is preferred.
  • Associate degree in Aviation, Engineering, or a related discipline or five (5) years of relevant experience.
  • Pilot Certificates.
Job Details  
Company Name : Spirit Airlines
Location : Miramar, Florida
Job Type : Full-Time

To apply for this job please visit careers.spirit.com.


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