The UND Aerospace Flight Training Center in Phoenix, AZ is looking for professional flight instructors to provide flight instruction within the 141 curricula.
We emphasize safety, standardization, and customer service. UND Aerospace operates with a management culture that is based on teamwork rather than micro management.
Located at the Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport, we continue to grow each year. UND Aerospace flight instructors average over 140 billable hours every month, with an open opportunity to work more if you prefer. Flight time averages about 60-80 hours per month depending on the courses taught.
Opportunities to teach aviation-related ground schools are also available.
Competitive Pay and Benefits - Whether you are looking for part-time work or a full-time career, UND Aerospace provides a competitive pay schedule and employer-sponsored benefits.
Room for Advancement - Successful, self-motivated flight instructors will have opportunities to join the management team.
State-of-the-Art Facilities - Located at Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport, in partnership with Chandler-Gilbert Community College, UND Aerospace operates out of new facilities located on the flight line.
New Glass Cockpit Fleet - The primary training aircraft are Garmin 1000-equipped Piper Archers and Cessna 172s that are only a few years old.
Provide Flight Instruction within the FAR 141 Curricula - The structured Part 141 curricula and supporting training materials allow the flight instructor to provide quality instruction to their students. Tools available include online teaching aids, podcasts, and course and maneuver guidance manuals.
Aircraft Maintenance - UND Aerospace is known for our well-maintained aircraft. Aircraft are maintained on an FAA-approved program and quality control is monitored by UND's Part 145 Repair station.
Standardized Procedures - Aircraft Standardization manuals provide detailed information and explanations of procedures, maneuvers, and how to perform them.
Computerized Scheduling and Records - The Aviation Information Management System (AIMS) is designed to facilitate the management of aircraft, students, flight instructors, and both flight and academic records.
Records Department - The flight records department provides support to the flight instructors and students by maintaining accurate flight records and ensuring all TSA requirements are met prior to the start of flight training.
Standards and Safety Departments - Every professional aviation organization places safety and standard operating procedures as two of their highest priorities. UND has both Safety and Standards departments to work with flight instructors and students on those respective areas.
MEI Training at Reduced Rates - For those who qualify, you can get your MEI at reduced rates.
Enjoy the Experience - Enjoy the benefits of living in the Southwest U.S. Gain experience flying in Class B airspace and mountainous terrain. Enjoy the life of Phoenix, major sport events, shows, and activities year-round.
- FAA Flight Instructor Certificate
- Valid FAA Class III Medical Certificate
- Ability to work in the United States
- G1000 Proficiency (Highly Preferred)
- Dual Given
- Initial CFI Applicant Qualification (FAR 61.195h)
Upcoming Class Start Dates
- January 3, 2022 (application window: 11/14/2021 - 12/4/2021)
Applications for a specific training class must be received inside of the posted application window. Previous applicants must apply again for new training class openings. Send cover letter, resume, and two professional recommendations to firstname.lastname@example.org. Applicants selected for an interview will be contacted individually.