Leonardo Helicopters-6

General Info




Instructor, Ground Course

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

Teach and provide flight ground instructions to pilots on the AW series of aircraft. Course instructions may include, but is not limited to: Airframe, all aspects of Drive train System, Avionics, Hydraulic Systems, and Electrical Systems.
Conduct Flight courses on site
Conduct Flight courses off site
Provide recommendations and when requested, make changes to courseware d publications / syllabi. Development of new courseware also required when requested
Attend courses for continued education (both on-site and off)
Keep and maintain all the training files / materials / publication
Support quality and authority audits
Consult with other AW departments to keep updated for continuous improvement
Organize and prepare training outlines
Up Keep of classrooms, training aids and work Perform other duties and fulfill other responsibilities as assigned


Education: HS diploma or equivalent BA/BS degree in Business, Engineering or related is highly desirable.
Experience: Pilot instructor formal training setting (classroom). Prior experience with A119, A109 E/S and A139 or any other AW aircraft highly desirable.
Ability to speak Spanish (technical) also a plus.
Licensure/Certification: Current FAA Pilot license desirable. Preference given to candidates that also possess an FAA Advanced Ground Instructor Certificate (AGI).Method of instructions, Aviation Legislation, Human Factors are highly desirable