Aircraft / Aerospace Painter Instructor Jobs in Fort Worth at TTi Global
Title: Aircraft / Aerospace Painter Instructor
Company: TTi Global
Location: Fort Worth
Plans and delivers aircraft painting, coatings and finishes training programs for factory production employees and field support personnel.
Conducts training and develops criteria for evaluating effectiveness of training activities.
Performs data analysis and gathers information for new training; prepares and maintains training materials; and coordinates the development of new training materials and training aids.
Coordinates training content with Subject Matter Experts (SMEs).
Revises lesson plans to keep technical information up to date and meet new training requirements.
Responsible for instilling and maintaining process discipline through classroom instruction and lab sessions.
Interfaces with supervisors to determine training and certification requirements for assigned personnel and make recommendations to supervision/management for de-certification due to substandard performance and/or the inability to complete assigned tasks within established time parameters.
Analyzes current operating problems and future operating requirements to identify training needs and develop training programs
Executes and maintains company-wide training programs as well as the maintenance of a company-wide training and qualification record system.
Maintains currency in technical developments, technical training, and audiovisual techniques including the maintenance of applicable courseware.
Prepares classrooms and sets-up training materials; conducts classroom, shop and simulator training (if required) with customers
The successful candidate will possess approximately four years of experience in aircraft maintenance and expertise in painting, coating and finishing
Candidate will also possess approximately two years Instructor experience
Military aviation experience a plus
Experience in aircraft manufacturing training including Instructional System Design (ISD) concepts: understanding of aviation manufacturing processes including reading and understanding of aircraft manufacturing blueprints and electronic work instructions;
Ability to establish and deliver training systems and/or conduct classroom and practical instruction to provide technical knowledge on aircraft painting, coating and panel finishing
Instructor skills including classroom lecture and lab presentations
Strong verbal and written skills
Strong Computer skills
Job Types: Part-time, Contract
Pay: From $40.00 per hour
Instructor: 2 years (Preferred)
Aircraft Painting: 2 years (Preferred)
Work Location: One location