Aviation Studies Division Chair - Job Opportunities at Atlantic Cape

Additional Compensation for required Administrative Assignment during Summer: $45 per hour for ten hours per week as approved by Dean.

Aviation Studies Division Chair

Posted: 06-14-2018
Campus: No Preference
Salary: $ 60,451. Total Compensation for Academic Year
Duties: General Description:

Reporting to the Dean of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics Programs, the Aviation Division Chair will supervise all aviation studies programs and new program initiatives.

The Division Chair is responsible for planning, coordinating, and directing all aspects of flight training for Atlantic Cape’s aviation program including but not limited to Federal Aviation Administration regulatory compliance, ground school oversight, and monitoring flight operations.
Provides leadership to the college’s degree programs in aviation
  • Supervises certified flight instructors (CFI), instructors, and flight instructors
  • Serves as the chief flight instructor
  • Teaches assigned Professional Flight related courses and associated labs in accordance with the college’s workload policy; maintains written instructional standards; facilitates instruction using alternative delivery methods as needed; informs students in writing of instructional standards; posts and maintains office hours; participates in the assessment of student learning outcomes; establishes, maintains and submits accurate student and instructional records in a timely manner
  • Maintains all documentation in accordance with FAA Regulations
  • Assures compliance with all FAA and VA regulations and requirements
  • Works with Dean of STEM to prepare course offerings
  • Collaborates with Continuing Education to explore non-credit programming in aviation studies
  • Serves as a liaison for the aviation program in matters related to business and industry outreach, advisory boards and program planning and assessment
  • Performs related duties as assigned
Minimum Requirements:
  • Bachelor’s Degree; Master’s Degree preferred
  • Experience in primary flight instruction acquired as either a certificated flight instructor, or an instructor in a military pilot primary flight training program, or a combination of both consisting of at least 2-years’ experience and a total of 500 flight instruction hours or a total of 1,000 flight hours.
  • FAA Certified Flight Instructor Certificate (CFI and CFII)—Single Engine Land required/Multi-Engine Land preferred
  • FAA Single and Multi-Engine Commercial Instrument Certificate or Airline Transport Pilot Certificate
  • Must meet FAA qualifications per Federal Aviation Regulation Part § 141.35: Chief instructor qualifications
  • Commercial pilot or airline transport pilot certificate and a valid flight instructor certificate, each with a rating for category and class of aircraft used in the course of training, and at least 1,000 hours as Pilot in Command (PIC)
  • FAA 3rd class medical, 2nd class preferred

$ 60,451. Total Compensation for Academic Year

$ 55,515 - Base Salary

$ 2,468   - Fall Stipend

$ 2,468   - Spring Stipend

This position is exempt from bargaining unit.

Position requires scheduling to include evenings and weekends at any Atlantic Cape campus and other locations related to aviation programs.


Candidates must send a letter and resume to the Human Resources Specialist, Atlantic Cape Community College, 5100 Black Horse Pike, Mays Landing, NJ 08330. Email to jobopps@atlantic.edu Deadline: .

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