Leonardo Helicopters-5

General Info




Simulator Flight Instructor

Full Time

About the Company

Leonardo Helicopters is a multinational company, producing helicopters deployed in more than 150 countries across the globe. Leonardo Helicopters’ U.S. headquarters has been in Philadelphia since 1980 and is home to a world-class production facility, maintenance center, training academy and stellar engineering team. Philadelphia produces the AW119, AW1139 and AW609, with aircraft flown by Emergency Management Services (EMS), Search and Rescue (SAR), law enforcement, firefighters, energy, government agencies and VIP customers. It also supplies the TH-39 training helicopter for the U.S. Navy and the MH-139 with Boeing to the U.S. Air Force. Joining the Leonardo Helicopters team provides the chance to work the best of the best across the world, providing limitless opportunities with a global company.

About the Role

Instruct helicopter type ratings, recurrent flight training and special flight courses for AWTA in accordance with the relative syllabus, in a timely and professional manner. Participate on the development of new training courses and ensure a high level of paperwork and record keeping. Occasionally deliver the courses off site.
Deliver Pilot Type Rating and Recurrent Flight courses
Deliver other training courses as applicable
Study and train as needed to remain current as an instructor (and Examiner) pilot him/herself, remaining informed and up-to-date on the latest standards, procedures and regulations as applicable
Be responsible to complete all required training paperwork in a timely and accurate fashion
Assist in the ongoing development of AWTA curriculum, products and services
Maintain and update training materials and publications.
Perform other duties and fulfill other responsibilities as assigned


Education: Commercial Rotorcraft Helicopter Certificate with Instrument Rating. 3000+ hrs Total Flight Time.
CFI required CFII preferred.
Experience: A minimum of 5 years experience performing helicopter instruction and/or flying.
Spanish Speaking is a Plus
Licensure/Certification: FAA Commercial Rotorcraft Helicopter with Instrument Required.
FAA CFI required CFII preferred