The Maintenance Instructor must be a highly-motivated and self-driven team player that has the ability to perform in a dynamic environment. This candidate will provide classroom maintenance instruction and practical maintenance training on the Citation Jet Series, CJ3/3+, CJ4.
The Maintenance Instructor reports to the Training Center Manager.
Instruct assigned topics in accordance with approved curriculum effectively utilizing all allotted time
Maintain instructional techniques, incorporate examples in the teaching process and maintain professionalism
Administers grades, records and critiques examinations; prepares and administers assignments
Instructs scheduled and unscheduled maintenance per the maintenance manuals with students
Instructs use and operation of support equipment systems
Provide instruction in system fault reporting and fault isolation procedures
Trains removing and installing components and use of handling equipment, special tools, and test equipment
Provides interpretation of technical data set forth in Technical Orders
Operates all power tools and equipment necessary to accomplish job assignment
Completes all required maintenance records when working on actual aircraft
Qualifications and Experience:
Six or more years of related experience and a Bachelor’s degree. Significant, related experience may be considered in lieu of a Bachelor’s degree.
Experience on CJ Series, CJ3/3+, CJ4
FAA Airframe and Power Plant License is preferred
Previous civilian aviation instructor experience on various aircraft systems
Proficiency and experience on Textron aircraft products
Fluent in English
General knowledge of the combined federal regulations
Ability to read and understand aircraft wiring diagrams
PC proficiency with MS Office
Ability to legally operate a motorized vehicle
Frequently, Maintenance Instructors must lift or pull objects weighing more than 70 pounds. They often stand, lie, or kneel and occasionally must work on scaffolds or ladders.
• Must be able to stand in front of class and instruct students for extended period
• Must be able to sit in normal instructional type aircraft chair, lift hands above head and reach controls as necessary