a. Carry out instructional and course development duties in an approved Part-147 Maintenance Training Organization environment
b. Compile questions for examination banks for which he/she is qualified.
c. Undertake duties of other authorised appointments - Examiners, Assessors and Invigilators.
d. Comply with regulatory (eg. Part-147, Part-66) and in-house procedural (MTOE, TTPM) requirements.
e. Ensure that all equipment is in working condition prior to the start of class.
f. Maintain proper conduct and discipline of the class.
Qualification & Experience Requirements:
a. Category B2 Aircraft Maintenance Licence with minimum 5 years working experience in Line/ Base Maintenance
b. Technical Training Instructor Authorisation with minimum 3 years’ experience in conducting CAAS/ EASA Basic Knowledge Modules training; Aircraft General Familiarisation training and/or Aircraft Type training is preferred
c. Good working knowledge and experience in using Microsoft Office applications including MS Outlook, MS Word, MS Excel, MS Powerpoint
d. Team-player who can also work independently with minimum supervisione. Good verbal and written communication skills