Campus Director of Aviation Education
- Fremont, California
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Campus Director of Aviation Education job at Aviation Institute of Maintenance in Fremont CA
Description, duties, responsibilities
Are you looking for a challenging and meaningful career? Then it is time to take your years of knowledge and experience and TRAIN TOMORROW’S TECHNICIANS at the Aviation Institute of Maintenance in Fremont, CA.
Over the past 25 years, we have expanded to over a dozen campuses throughout the country, creating the world’s largest family of FAA approved Part 147 aviation maintenance schools. Our schools have close relationships with airlines such as Delta, United, Allegiant, Republic, and others, in addition to smaller airlines and MRO’s. At AIM, we train more FAA licensed aircraft mechanics than anyone else in the world and are only continuing to broaden our horizons.
We are always looking for highly qualified and experienced individuals with creative and outgoing personalities to direct and staff our campuses. Working at AIM, you will have the opportunity to develop, train, and pass along your skills to future Aviation Maintenance Technicians and prepare them for careers in America’s aviation industry.
We currently have an opening for a Director of Education at our Fremont, CA campus.
This position is primarily accountable for the educational integrity of all educational programs with focus on curriculum, instructor development, and instructional resources and institutional improvement. The Director of Education is responsible for communicating with the corporate office to ensure that all instruction and faculty training is conducted in accordance with Accrediting Commission of Career Schools and Colleges (ACCSC), respective state departments of education, FAA, and other official regulatory agency guidelines relative to education.
- Serve as the liaison between the campus and the corporate program directors who manage education
- Audit all school curricula to ensure that instructors are using the most current syllabi, lesson plans, and textbooks as indicated on the intranet site
- Audit and report upon, at least semi-annually, instructor performance
- Conduct classroom observations; substitute as instructor, as needed
- Create, monitor, and update Faculty Personnel Report (FPR) for each instructor
- Facilitate initial instructor training per ACCSC standards
- Facilitate ongoing instructor development with educational personnel
- Chair all Program Coordinator meetings and ensure completeness of minutes is reviewed and that a copy of all meeting minutes is maintained at the school
- Assist with the organization and facilitation of all Program Advisory Committee (PAC) meetings and ensure completeness of minutes is reviewed, that a copy of all minutes is maintained at the school, and that a copy of forwarded to the appropriate corporate program director and the school’s Regional Director
- Other duties related to education, as requested by the School Director
- Medical Health Insurance, Dental and Vision Insurance, Life and Disability Insurance
- 401k Retirement Plan
- 2 weeks of annual vacation plus holidays and paid time off
- Educational Assistance
Qualifications, Education and Experience:
- MUST have an FAA Airframe and Powerplant Mechanic certificate and be very familiar with the A&P certification process
- MUST be able to work flexible hours, including evening or weekends
- Bachelor's degree preferred, special consideration will be given to candidates who have graduated from a Part 147 school.
- Excellent Microsoft Office skills
- CampusVue and SharePoint experience a plus!
- Experience in private-for-profit college education highly desirable
Aviation Institute of Maintenance Company Overview
The Aviation Institute of Maintenance (AIM) is part of a successful group of companies, which first began in Norfolk, Virginia, in 1969. We have maintained a tradition of excellence in education throughout our expansion of aviation career schools over more than four decades.