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Flight instructors - C172/RG PA28/R BE76 PA34

American Aviation Academy - San Diego

Flight instructors - C172/RG PA28/R BE76 PA34

American Av Acad

Pilot Job Details
Requirements * FAA CFI/CFII
* US resident
* FAA 1st or 2nd Class Medical
* Minimum TT 350 hours
Restrictions * Must have legal work authorization to work legally in the US, a US resident, or a US citizen.
* Must hold FAA Professional Pilot License / Medical.
Notes Flight Instructors needed at a busy part 141 approved San Diego, California Flight School. 120-160 instructional hours a month possible for motivated instructors. Between 100 to 120 hours dual flight each month.

FAA Ratings Required: CFI (having your CFII & MEI a plus).

NOTE:  Must possess legal authorization to work in the United States. Foreign CFI pilots without this status will not be considered.

Pay rate per hour: Range $20 to $35 per hour depending on experience and qualifications. There are also performance based bonuses for our CFI's. You will be able to set your own schedule with your students.

This is a full-time position, but part-time can be discussed

Free housing available for up to 30 days until you find your own accommodations if needed.
How to Apply Email, Telephone, In Person
Contact Mr. Mark Hannawa - Assistant

American Aviation Academy Inc.
Gillespie Field
2035 North Marshall Avenue
El Cajon, CA 92020

Tel:  +1 619-929-9551
Hiring Links
Flight Instructor Openings - AAAFlight Instructor Openings - AAA
American Aviation Academy website
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