Avionics Lecturer (2 posts)
The aircraft avionics lecturer applicant will be responsible for:
Delivering basic skills instruction, at a range of levels, to groups and individuals enrolled on IR Part-147 approved Basic Training Courses and vocational programmes within Air Service Training (Engineering) Ltd.
The aircraft avionics lecturer applicant will have the relevant qualifications and experience to deliver both theory and practical aircraft electrical and avionic training in various aspects but in particular:
Advanced Electronics covering the following:
Semiconductors; PCBs; Servomechanisms;
Advanced Digital Techniques covering the following:
Electronic Instruments; Data Conversion; Data Buses; Logic circuits; Basic Computer Structure; Microprocessors; Integrated Circuits; Multiplexing; Fibre Optics; Electronic Displays; Electrostatic Sensitive Devices; Software Management Control; Electromagnet Environment.
Avionic Systems covering the following:
- Auto flight; Communication Radar and Navigation System Fundamentals and Theory; Electrical Power and Generation; Instruments; Lighting; On Board Maintenance Systems: Integrated Modular Avionics; Cabin Systems; Information Systems.
- The aircraft avionic lecturer applicant will be responsible for production of suitable and sufficient course material for effective delivery of the curriculum.
- Ensuring they remain current in respect to their authorisation and undertake the required and planned recurrent training relevant to their authorisation.
- Be a member of the course delivery team, contribute to the development of teaching material. Complete registers, maintain records of students work, and maintain behavioural standards in the learning environment.
- Undertake the duties of examination invigilator where he/she is not involved in the instruction of that particular examination subject.
- Compile questions, as required by the Examination Manager, for the Air Service Training examination question database
- Monitoring and assessing students during pre-set practical tasks and/or hand skills. This will include handling of tools and calibration equipment
- Assessing basic practical skills, at a range of levels, to groups and individuals enrolled on IR Part-147 approved Basic Training Courses and vocational programmes within Air Service Training (Engineering) Ltd.
- Mentoring students during the course.
Please apply via the link.