The Aviation Flight Trainer is responsible for providing in-flight
airplane and helicopter instruction in accordance with Federal
Aviation Regulations parts 61 and 141, CCBC Flight Training
Policies, and assigned Flight Training Center and airport
procedures. Acts as pilot in command during training flights,
endorses student pilots for solo and cross country flight
operations, and recommends students for FAA knowledge testing and
Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Flight Instructor
FAA Certificated Flight Instructor (CFI). Proof of medical
eligibility with either a FAA Medical Certificate or Basic Medical
CFI-Instrument (CFII) preferred, CFI-Multi-Engine desirable. FAA
Third Class Medical Certificate or higher required.
Associate’s Degree preferred; experience as a US military or
Airline Flight Instructor a plus.
Class Specific Essential Duties
- Coordinates with the Aviation Program Director for student
flight training requirements.
- Maintains student records and keeps student logbooks current.
Tracks student progress towards desired FAA pilot certificate
- Ensures that course standards, training requirements, and
objectives are met by all assigned students as stipulated in the
applicable Training Course Outline.
- Instructs students on proper aircraft pre-flight procedures,
flight planning, weather avoidance, and aeronautical decision
- Endorses students for solo and cross country flight
- Instructs students on pilotage, dead-reckoning, radio
navigation techniques, and required flight maneuvers.
- Promotes an environment of professionalism and a positive
- Monitor the maintenance condition of training aircraft and
inform the Flight Training Center and CCBC of any questionable
- Recommend curriculum and courseware improvements when
appropriate and develop new curriculum or courseware as
Perform other administrative duties as required.
CCBC Part Time Benefits At A Glance
Supplemental (Retirement Annuities) 403(b) and 457(b)
- Tax-sheltered annuities – 403(b). Payroll salary reduction
authorization is needed. The form is available on SharePoint
Forms/Human Resources Forms.
The 403(b) supplemental retirement plan is available to all CCBC
employees (Adjunct Faculty, Part Time Associates and Full Time
- Roth 403(b) is a savings feature that is available when you
open a 403(b) account. The Roth 403(b) savings feature allows
employees to contribute after-tax dollars and then withdraw
tax-free dollars from their account upon retirement. The Roth
403(b) savings feature is only offered by the following vendors:
TIAA-CREF and VOYA Financial Advisors, Inc. Adjunct Faculty, Part
Time Associates and Full Time employees are eligible to save for
retirement using the Roth 403(b) savings feature. Employees may
contribute traditional pre-tax 403(b) dollars and Roth 403(b)
post-tax dollars simultaneously. The savings limits are combined
for the Traditional 403(b) and the Roth 403(b) contributions.
- Deferred Compensation Plan — 457(b) offered through VOYA
Financial Advisors, Inc. The 457(b) salary reduction authorization
form is needed. The form is available on SharePoint Forms/Human
Free. Must obtain a parking permit from the Department of Public
Safety to use on all campuses.
Sick and Safe Leave
CCBC is pleased to offer paid sick and safe leave for part-time
employees. Paid sick and safe leave is earned by all part-time
employees including credit and non-credit adjunct faculty,
part-time associates and other part-time employees.