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Part-147 Ground Instructor

Next AT is an Aircraft Maintenance Training organisation, we provide training, examinations and assessments under the PART-147 & CAR 147 approvals. By joining us you’ll have the opportunity to teach and train tomorrow’s technicians/ engineers.

Our schools have close relationships with key players in the field of aviation like airlines, MRO’s, Manufacturers, OEM’s and others.

We are seeking for an instructor with a creative and outgoing personality to train young students and licenced engineers in the aviation industry. We offer a permanent contract.

The position is for our main training facility at Mendrisio, Switzerland.

Daily schedule would be 80% work in the classroom / practical workshop and 20% set-up of the lecture.

Instructors are hourly employees and might be requested to occasionally work flexible hours (overtime).

Job responsabilities

• Teach classes on a regularly scheduled basis, as assigned, and carry out examination/assessment in the approved facilities and offsite
• Maintain and deliver the training material
• Notify the Training Manager of any current or potential problems which require additional attention
• Attend service training seminars, as required – Complete performance based teacher education modules as assigned by the Training Manager, or as needed based on outcomes of classroom observations, instructor evaluations, and completed student surveys
• Assist the Training Manager in maintaining the equipment used by the students
• Assist the Training Manager with the development of curriculum related course materials and training aids

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Qualifications & Competencies

• Knowledge level attested by a High School diploma or above PART-66 / CAR 66 Aircraft Maintenance
• Licence endorsing a category
• Have an industry background in aviation, 2 or more years of experience in aircraft maintenance (preferably a candidate with experience as a licence engineer, maintenance planner, member of engineering staff), or Prior instructional experience in a Part-147 approved organisation
• Shall be able to read, write, speak, and understand the English and Italian languages, German and French are an advantage
• Preference goes to a candidate with an outgoing personality with good communication skills and the ability to instruct students in this field of study
• Prefer prior instructional experience

Job type

Permanent (full-time)