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    Summary

    You will serve as a TRAINING INSTRUCTOR in the Safety Department, Training Wing Five of TRAWING FIVE.

    500 flight hours in either rotary or fixed wing aircraft experience is highly preferred/desirable.

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    Responsibilities

    • You will coordinate instructor training for all state-of-the-art equipment/training aids to include: two virtual terrain boards, legacy physical terrain boards.
    • You will design, develop and maintain analysis tools used for collecting Night Vision Goggle (NVG) metrics and provide detailed analysis of these metrics to the Command Aeromedical Safety Officer (AMSO).
    • You will use collected NVG metrics to recommend instructional course changes based on customer-specific performance and feedback.
    • You will develop and maintain the Gravity Induced Loss of Consciousness (GLOC) curriculum and training aids and provide weekly scheduled GLOC classroom instruction.
    • You will provide Dynamic Hypoxia Training (DHT) in accordance with NATOPS 3710.7U for all CAT I aircrew.
    • You will provide instructor pilots with one-on-one training on the Reduced Oxygen Breathing Device (ROBD).
    • You will maintain curriculum and training aids and instruct in both the classroom and lab for the T-6B Egress/Ejection seat qualifications programs.
    • You will assist with Fleet Air Introduction Liaison Survival Aircrew Flight Equipment (FAILSAFE) programs by providing technical and administrative support for over 1,400 sets of flight gear.
    • You will maintain training facilities in accordance with certification requirements.
    • You will schedule classes and instructors and ensure all training aids are operational.
    • You will present formal classroom aviation and training readiness courses relative to Gravity Induced Loss of Consciousness (GLOC).
    • You will present formal classroom aviation and training readiness courses relative to Aircraft Egress.
    • You will present formal classroom aviation and training readiness courses relative to Airsickness Management Program (AMP).
    • You will present formal classroom aviation and training readiness courses relative to Night Vision Goggles.
    • You will assist with the administration of the AMP to include the scheduling of students, coordinating with respective squadron flight surgeons and squadron student control offices and providing weekly scheduled AMP classroom instruction.

    Travel Required

    Occasional travel - You may be expected to travel for this position.

    Supervisory status

    No

    Promotion Potential

    9

  • Job family (Series)

    1712 Training Instruction

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