Role and Responsibilities
Are you looking to ELEVATE your career? Join our team at CAE and you'll experience a new role where you can pursue your passion for aviation without the extensive travel or missing those important holidays and events!
The SCM program is designed to train and qualify program members to provide "right seat support" for our clients attending FAA-approved 14 CFR 142 curriculum courses at our facilities. We seek local candidates for our Orlando, Florida location for this on-call SCM position.
What to expect?
CAE offers a comprehensive training program to help transform your knowledge and skills as a pilot and help clients through their training as a second in command. Responsible for delivering seat support in the simulator to a wide array of clients with varied experiences and objectives. This can range from FAA 135 and 91 operations to EASA or any number of NAAs. While you may not hold a type rating in the aircraft, you are expected to maintain proficiency in your skill set as a qualified crew member. Your position may also include seat support for simulator evaluation events from CAE or any governing agency wishing to verify the status of our simulators.
What do we look for? CAE seeks experienced pilots who thrive on providing a quality training experience, value CRM and enjoy working with a diverse team.
The ideal candidate should also possess:
Job requirements include:
Who are the candidates we seek?
Aspiring Aviation Students that meet the criteria above. This program has launched many aviation careers since its inception. Having the opportunity to receive world-class training from an industry leader can give you the edge you need for your future and build the professional foundation companies and airlines are seeking in today's aviation environment.
Experienced Pilots looking to leave the rigors of traveling, and flying lifestyle but do not wish to retire from their aviation career. This position as an SCM will allow you to remain in the cockpit, providing seat support for high-quality flight training to our clients.
In addition to receiving formal aircraft SIC simulator training for select aircraft types, the SCM will have the opportunity to earn and then attend, at no cost one of the many advanced programs and enrichment courses provided by CAE.
CAE is an Equal Opportunity Employer and considers qualified applicants for employment without regard to race, color, creed, religion, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, age, disability, veteran status, or any other protected factor.
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CAE thanks all applicants for their interest. However, only those whose background and experience match the requirements of the role will be contacted.
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