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.


Key Responsibilities:   

  • 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


Physical Requirements:

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