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*Instructor Maintenance Training - Aircraft Avionics Systems - TUL-1103071

 Provides classroom training, on-the-job training, and technical support, in accordance with American Airlines and regulatory agency requirements to AA Maintenance and Engineering personnel and to other carriers and agencies' personnel as specified in work assignments.
 Instructs and demonstrates the proper methods and techniques for inspecting, maintaining, repairing and troubleshooting aircraft avionics systems.  Teaching assignments may also include instructing aircraft systems and/or powerplant technical subjects.  Instructs and demonstrates the proper methods and techniques in the use of safety related equipment.  Provides training related to the policies and procedures of American Airlines and regulatory agencies such as the FAA, OSHA and EPA.

Instructor Maintenance Training will:

    Assure compliance with company policies and procedures, as well as FAA and other regulatory agency requirements, especially with regard to safety and airworthiness
    Establish and develop relationships with key business customers and stakeholders
    Embrace change within the training organization by working with department managers, supervisors, and peers to assist in innovative improvements to procedures and processes which support the organization's strategic goals
    Take ownership of assigned projects and do what is necessary to ensure assigned projects are completed on schedule and to department expectations
    Provide timely status updates and reports on assigned projects and tasks to department supervisor and or manager
    Engage and take on projects and tasks and promote a positive team-approach and energetic leadership style in order to drive results
    Participate in the development and revision of training programs, material and media as assigned 
    Maintain discipline, attendance and productive participation of students during training sessions
    Administer course examinations and qualifying tests
    Evaluate and report on the qualifications of personnel 
    Evaluate and report on the effectiveness of training courses and materials as they relate to employee job proficiency
    Schedule and arrange for the availability of classrooms, associated equipment and materials to support assigned training tasks

Performs other tasks related to training, such as record keeping, as directed.  Assist supervisor as directed in the administration of department assignments and responsibilities.  Provide technical assistance and support to the Maintenance and Engineering Department as necessary.

Job Requirements
    Ability to conduct, develop and evaluate technical training
    Excellent interpersonal, communication, and leadership skills required
    Must possess analytical aptitude and organized approach to problem solving
    Strong organizational and planning capabilities
    Ability to build interpersonal relationships and foster an environment of working together
    Ability to effectively work with diverse workgroups such as management, non-management and contract labor work groups
    Working knowledge of air carrier maintenance policies, procedures, and specifications
    Working knowledge of FAA, OSHA, EPA and other governmental regulations pertaining to training
    Ability to handle multiple responsibilities and projects concurrently
    Must be able to read, write, fluently speak, and understand the English language
    Travel, shift, weekend and holiday work required
    Strong PC skills and software applications desired

    Requires a valid FAA Airframe/Powerplant license, supplemented by a minimum of three (3) years comprehensive commercial airline maintenance/overhaul experience
    In-depth, working knowledge of commercial aircraft systems required with a heavy emphasis in maintenance, repair, and troubleshooting
    Knowledge of commercial aircraft avionics systems and powerplant systems
    Previous experience conducting, developing and evaluating technical training
    Must fulfill FAA criminal background checks to qualify for unescorted access privileges to airport security identification display areas (SIDA), if applicable
    Must be able to secure appropriate airport authority and/or US Customs security badges, if applicable

Primary Location: US-OK-Tulsa
: 19 Aug 2011 09:29:00

Equal Opportunity Employer: American Airlines is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Work Schedule*: Full-Time
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