Become an UND Aerospace Flight Instructor

Competitive Pay and Benefits - Whether you are looking for part-time work or a full-time career, UND Aerospace provides competitive pay and flexible scheduling.

Room for Advancement - Successful, self-motivated flight instructors will have opportunities to move upward within UND Aerospace Foundation.

New Glass Cockpit Fleet - The primary training aircraft are Garmin G1000NXi-equipped Piper Archers and Seminoles. The average age of the fleet is less than 5 years old.

Aircraft Maintenance - UND Aerospace provides the highest level of standards for aircraft maintenance through our FAA-approved Part 145 Repair Station. UND Aerospace takes special pride in providing a cutting-edge, reliable, and well-maintained fleet.

Flight Standards and Safety Departments - Every professional aviation organization places safety and standard operating procedures as two of their highest priorities. UND is the only collegiate flight school to utilize an FAA approved Safety Management System (SMS) that operates at the same level as the major Airlines. Our Flight Standards departments works with the Instructor team to ensure every student receives the same quality training, reducing student hours and costs.

Minimum Requirements - FAA Flight Instructor Certificate, Valid FAA Class III Medical Certificate, Ability to work in the United States

Preferred Requirements- CFII, MEI, Dual Given, Initial CFI Applicant Qualification (FAR 61.195h)

Upcoming Classes - August 8, 2022 (Application window 7/1/2022-7/15/2022)

Application Process - Applications for a specific training class must be received inside of the posted application window. Previous applicants must apply again for new training class openings. Send Cover Letter, Resume, and Two Professional Recommendations to [email protected]. Applicants selected for an interview will be contacted individually.


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