Faculty – Vocational and Technical – Aviation
Open Until Filled
Banner Position Number: R10591
Department: RCBI Technical – RC15110T
Salary Range: Commensurate with experience and education
This instructor conducts training relating to; maintenance of all types of aircraft, maintenance paperwork and documentation, as well as other courses as required within guidelines set by the Federal Aviation administration. Develops training material in written and computer-based formats. Schedules courses, creates rosters. Reports to the Lead Instructor of Training.
Required Job Skills
- Associates Degree or equivalent industry experience in Part 145 Repair station operations and maintenance that meets FAA standards for Part 147 instruction.
- Airframe and Power plant Certificate
- Verbal, written and presentation skills necessary to effectively communicate, and/or facilitate discussions with diverse individuals and groups of varying size;
- Proven ability to simplify complex technical subject matter
- Excellent computer skills – specifically in the use of MS Office applications
- Must have a minimum of five (5) years of experience in FAR 91, 121 or 145 environments as a technician, inspector or maintenance instructor.
- Must have excellent knowledge of Federal Aviation Regulations as they relate to aircraft maintenance and aircraft maintenance training
- Ability to demonstrate public speaking capability during the interview process.
- Be self-motivated and able to work independently or as part of a team
- Willing and able to work various shifts.
- Valid State issued driver’s license
- Proficiency with computer-based aircraft maintenance applications
The applicants for a position with the aviation center will need to meet the following requirements.
- Hold a valid FAA Airframe & Powerplant certificate. An Inspection Authorization is preferred.
- Willing to certify and serve as DME
- The candidate will have a minimum of five years hands-on experience in the aviation industry. These will include the following areas of experience:
- General aviation aircraft maintenance
- Fix wing experience in inspection, maintenance, and repair
- Rotary wing inspection, maintenance, and repair
- Transport category aircraft inspection, maintenance, and repair
- Special consideration will be given to those who have advanced knowledge in the following areas of concentration.
- Sheetmetal Structural Repairs
- Composite structures construction and repair
- Applicants will submit a resume and a list of three industry references
- Persons will be required to participate in a group interview and prepare a sample classroom teaching presentation for the assembled group.
- Ability to lift up to 50 pounds
- Ability to stand and speak for long periods of time
- Ability to climb stairs
- Ability to climb into and work around aircraft in both climate-controlled hangar and extreme weather environments such as found in line maintenance
PREFERRED JOB SKILLS
- Previous experience teaching commercial aircraft maintenance
- Previous experience in computer-based training development
- Previous classroom instruction experiences on commercial aircraft operation
- Two years’ experience in a Management position
Posting Number: MR0350
Open Until Filled: Yes
Marshall University is an AA/EO employer dedicated to increasing the diversity of its faculty and students. Marshall is a recipient of a NSF-ADVANCE institutional transformation award, which seeks to increase the representation and advancement of women in academic science and engineering careers. Marshall is also part of the NSF-LSAMP: Kentucky West Virginia Alliance for Minority Participation Project to increase both the total number of STEM degrees awarded and the number of STEM degrees awarded to underrepresented students. Successful women and minority applicants can benefit from these programs.
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