Aviation Maintenance AP Instructor Featured
- W Mifflin, Pennsylvania
- Annual Salary $38,000.00 - $42,000.00
- Job ID
Aviation Maintenance AP Instructor job at Pittsburgh Institute Of Aeronautics in W Mifflin PA
Description, duties, responsibilities
PITTSBURGH INSTITUTE OF AERONAUTICS, founded in 1929 is a nationwide leader in aviation maintenance and electronics training and is currently seeking a FULL TIME AVIATION MAINTENANCE (A&P) INSTRUCTOR at its growing branch campus in Hagerstown, MD.
Minimum Skills, Education & Experience:
FAA Airframe & Powerplant (A&P) Certification
3+ years of relevant, verifiable industry work experience
Demonstrated proficiency in the applicable subject areas including Aviation Math, Basic Electricity,
Basic Electronics, Airframe Systems and Powerplant Systems
Verbal and interpersonal communication skills
Familiarization with computer systems for word processing, databases, e-mail, and Internet use
Overview of Job Duties:
Conduct classroom lectures using approved lesson plans
Assist students in the shop/laboratory
Coordinate shop projects and keep inventory of training equipment and supplies
Submit accurate grade and attendance information at established intervals
Participate in on-the-job and formalized training programs
Work schedule: Monday-Friday, 7:30AM – 3:30PM and occasional Saturdays to participate in the school’s open house and other school events.
PIA offers full time employees healthcare benefits including medical, dental, vision and EAP services; a Simple IRA Retirement plan including company match; paid time off including holidays; other employment benefits.
Job Type: Full-time
Salary: $38,000.00 to $42,000.00 /year
•Documented Aviation Maintenance: 3 years (Required)
•FAA Airframe and Powerplant (A&P) Certification (Required)
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Pittsburgh Institute Of Aeronautics Company Overview
Since its doors were first opened in 1929, PIA has taken pride in the quality of its education programs and the successes of its graduates. Regardless of the program, a PIA education emphasizes hands-on learning. Qualified faculty members strive to present thorough and thoughtful instruction as they blend their practical experiences with new information and techniques. Of equal importance is the list of student services that are provided from the first day of instruction through, and beyond, graduation. PIA’s main campus is the home of the School of Specialized Technology, offering AST degree programs in Aviation Technology. The branch campuses also offer a diploma or certificate program in Aviation Maintenance Technology. PIA’s Jump Start division offers short-term training programs at the main campus, as well as at a number of locations in West Virginia. We welcome the opportunity to serve the academic needs of both traditional and non-traditional students, and we invite you to contact our staff with any questions you may encounter as you explore our educational offerings.