Program’s position. The Assistant Director of Aviation Programs is a dynamic, well-experienced aviation professional with an extensive
background in flight training and academic instruction at the university level. The Assistant Director’s duties will be assigned by
the Director of the Aviation Program.
The Assistant Director will assist the Director in the supervision and advising of
students completing the aviation program degree curriculum receiving the Bachelor of Science degree in Aviation Management or Professional
Pilot. In addition to assisting the Director of Aviation in all activities, initiatives, vision for the program and objectives, the
Assistant Director will represent the Director of Aviation and the program to the University Administration, and outside entities.
The Assistant Director’s responsibilities are on a 12-month basis, and include:
- Reports directly to the
Director of Aviation Programs.
- Completes all tasks and assignments assigned by the Director.
- Provide oversight of a
meaningful aviation safety program.
- Assisting the Director of Aviation Programs with managerial oversight for all aviation programs,
staffing, flight and academic training, student activities such as recruiting and academic advising, course scheduling, and budget
- Lead academic course instructor teaching a full load of courses, provides managerial oversight of all Adjunct
- Actively flight instructing as a Check Airman.
- Fostering relationships with the FAA, industry partners and
community organizations, etc.
- Promoting, marketing and fund raising for the Aviation Program.
- Recruiting and advising
students at the direction of the Director.
- Working to ensure compliance and enhance the level of the Aviation Program’s
- As required, reporting to and attend meetings with the Dean of the College of Business and Department of Business
Administration Chairperson in the absence of the Director.
- Master’s degree in
an appropriate field.
- Effective flight instruction and academic teaching experience.
- Effective verbal and written
- Administrative and budget management experience.
- Current Certified Flight Instructor – Airplane
(CFI-A) pilot certificate.
- Current Instrument Instructor (CFI-I) and Multiengine Instructor (MEI) pilot certificates.
the Check Airman/Instructor qualifications IAW FAR 141.37.
- Current Certified
Flight Instructor – Helicopter (CFI-H)
- Ph.D. from an accredited university or institution.
- Part 121 or military flight
safety program experience.
- University flight program teaching or administrative experience.
- Possesses an Airline Transport
Pilot (ATP) Rating.
Salary is competitive. Applications will be accepted and reviewed immediately until position is filled. Please
send a letter of application addressing the above qualifications, vita, transcripts, copy of pilot certification and names/contact
information for three references to:
Col. Michael Hales
Director, Aviation Program
Delaware State University
N. DuPont Highway
Dover, DE 19901
Delaware State University is an equal opportunity, Title IX Employer and does not discriminate against persons on the basis of race, religion, national origin, sexual orientation, gender, marital status, age or disability.
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