- Duluth, Georgia
Program Coordinator job at Aviation Institute of Maintenance in Duluth GA
Description, duties, responsibilities
PROGRAM COORDINATOR FOR AVIATION MAINTENANCE DEGREE PROGRAMS
Aviation Institute of Maintenance – Duluth, GA
Aviation Institute of Maintenance (AIM) - Our Company commenced operations in 1969 and the first aviation maintenance campus opened in 1992 in Norfolk, VA. All AIM schools are approved by the Federal Aviation Administration. Over the past 25 years, this group of schools has expanded to eleven campuses throughout the country in such locations as Las Vegas, Nevada; Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; Kansas City, Missouri; Houston, Texas; Indianapolis, Indiana, and the metro areas of San Francisco, California; Orlando, Florida; Atlanta, Georgia; Dallas, Texas; Washington, DC; Virginia Beach, Virginia, where our corporate offices are also located.
We currently have an opening for a Program Coordinator for Aviation Maintenance Degree Programs at our Duluth, GA campus.
This position is a perfect opportunity for an experienced Career Services individual looking to take the next step on their career path. This individual will be responsible for assisting pending and recent graduates with career placement efforts.
•Serve as the liaison between the Aviation Maintenance Degree Program and the Director of Education.
•Serve as an Instructor when class size, or instructor absence, necessitates.
•Audit all Aviation Maintenance Program curricula to ensure that instructors are using the most current syllabi, lesson plans, and textbooks as indicated on the intranet site.
•Ensure that the Aviation Program operates in compliance with the regulatory agencies governing our schools.
•Provide academic advising services to Aviation maintenance Program students.
•Conduct formal classroom and shop observations, and report to the Director of Education.
•Conduct Student Evaluation of Instruction surveys, and submit results to the Director of Education.
•Take an active role in the interview process for new instructors.
•Assist the Director of Education in the creation, monitoring, and updating of Faculty Personnel Report (FPR) for each Aviation Maintenance degree instructor.
•Assist the Director of Education in the creation, monitoring, and the updating of Staff Personnel Report (SPR) for each Aviation maintenance instructional team member.
•Ensure compliance with OSHA and other workplace safety regulatory agencies.
•Monitor student performance on required projects to ensure proper completion and compliance with the Aviation Maintenance Curriculum. Report any deficiencies to the Instructor and to the Director of Education.
•Work with the Director of Education to design and fabricate training aids that will help meet the requirements of the Aviation Maintenance Curriculum.
•Must have a Bachelor’s degree
•Must have an Airframe and Powerplant certification
•Must have at least 4 years hands-on experience in Aviation Maintenance repair and installation.
•Must have at least 2 years teaching experience
•Must have at least 2 years of appropriate educational administration experience and competence necessary to lead and manage the school’s instructional program(s).
•Great starting salary with paid vacations, holidays, health insurance, retirement, and added benefits
If you have such prior experience and meet the above qualifications, then call me at (678)377-5600, and ask to speak to Ben N. Sitton. Telephone me first! I will explain the position to you and answer any pertinent questions that you might have before scheduling a personal interview for us to meet and allow you to tour the school.
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Aviation Institute of Maintenance Company Overview
The Aviation Institute of Maintenance (AIM) is part of a successful group of companies, which first began in Norfolk, Virginia, in 1969. We have maintained a tradition of excellence in education throughout our expansion of aviation career schools over more than four decades.