Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University's Worldwide is currently
hiring adjunct faculty to teach ASCI 254 - Aviation Legislation at
our Miami, Florida Campus.
This course examines the evolution of federal civil aviation
regulations in the United States. Students will examine the past
and present problems prompting regulation of the industry, the
resultant safety, legislation, airport development, funding
legislation and international aviation legislation.
Please note that ERAU policy requires that all adjuncts be
physically located within the United States while working for the
University, including during training. Presently, we are able to
support work for new adjuncts from all U.S. states except
California. ERAU does not support work from international locations
with some limited exceptions for individuals who are residing and
working from U.S. military bases.
A minimum of a Masters degree in discipline is required (please see
list of acceptable disciplines below), as well as relevant industry
experience from within the last 7 years.
Applicable Professional Certification
Appropriate Certification : FAA Certificates to include: (Basic,
Instrument, Advanced) Ground Instructor, Airline Transport Pilot,
Commercial Pilot, and Flight Examiner.
Desired Professional Training or Experience : Military experience
as a Flight Instructor or Standardization and Evaluation
Degrees Within the Teaching Discipline
International Law and Legal Studies
Legal Research and Advanced Professional Studies, Other
Aeronautics/Aviation/Aerospace Science and Technology