Aviation Maintenance Instructor
Western Nebraska Community College is currently accepting applications for a full-time lead instructor in the Aviation Maintenance program at the Sidney, Nebraska Campus.
Responsibilities: Instruct Aviation Maintenance for Airframe and Powerplant ratings in accordance with Federal Aviation Administration 14 CFR part 147, updating of curriculum, course scheduling, lab and equipment maintenance. Student advising, placement and other program management duties. Student recruitment and marketing are expected. Faculty sponsor for the student Voc Air club.
Qualifications: The successful candidate will possess extensive knowledge and experience in all aspects of airframe and powerplant maintenance on simple and complex, fixed and rotor wing aircraft.
Minimum degree and experience: Bachelor’s or associate’s degree plus 5 years industry experience; or 10 years industry experience. Current Federal Aviation Administration Airframe and Powerplant certificate. Preference may be given to individuals with an Associate of Applied Science degree in aviation maintenance, FAA Designated Mechanic Examiner, and previous teaching experience.
Salary: Competitive salary with a 175-day contract (summers off), with increases to starting salary given for additional education and industry experience. Full-family health insurance and employee-only dental provided with no monthly premium. Family Dental, Vision, and Cafeteria Plan available. Outstanding retirement plan with up to 9% employer match.
Start Date: Negotiable.
Application Deadline: Position open until filled. Only complete applications will be considered.
Application Procedure: Email cover letter, current resume, academic transcripts, and the completed Employment Application (available at wncc.edu at the top of the Human Resources page) to email@example.com; or mail to Human Resources Office, Western Nebraska Community College, 1601 East 27th Street, Scottsbluff, NE 69361-1815; or fax to 308.635.6161.
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