JSFirm Instructor Pilot Manager K

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Boeing Company Renton, Washington:

Location Renton, WA

Security Clearance Required? No Security Clearance Required

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Position Description

Operates aircraft and manages instructor pilots performing aircrew duties, including activities to prepare for and conduct safe flight operations; applies crew resource management principles to the operation of aircraft. Performs and manages activities to develop and conduct familiarization, qualification, standardization, flight and ground instruction for company and customer aircrew. Develops and executes project and process plans, implements policies and procedures and sets operational goals. Acquires resources for projects and processes, provides technical management of suppliers and leads process improvements. Develops and maintains relationships and partnerships with customers, stakeholders, peers, partners and direct reports. Provides oversight and approval of technical approaches, products and processes. Manages, develops, trains and evaluates instructor pilots. Job requires FAA ATP certificate with the appropriate endorsements. Applicants are required to possess and maintain an FAA Class I Medical Certificate.

Boeing Leadership Attributes

[ + ] Charts the Course
Starts with the customer ends with the customer. Translates strategy into actionable objectives and plans. Communicates clearly at one-on-one and group levels. Conveys sense of purpose and mission that motivates others. Maintains direction, balancing big-picture concern with day-to-day issues.

[ + ] Delivers Results
Keeps his/her promises. Does not rationalize shortfalls and is accountable. Demonstrates strong operational skills. Marshals the other Leadership Attributes in meeting commitments. Capitalizes on unanticipated opportunities and changing circumstances to meet commitments.

[ + ] Finds a Way
Continuously monitors customers and operations to spot issues. Faces reality and adjusts to keep commitments. Models confidence that sees change as opportunities. Uses Boeing complexity as leverage, not an excuse.

[ + ] Inspires Others
Energizes, excites, and motivates others. Creates and models a confident and winning atmosphere. Builds teams whose impact is far greater than the sum of their parts. Inspires in ways that are consistent with Boeing's values. Celebrates success and learns from disappointments. Creates an atmosphere where all see opportunities to stretch, take risks, create, contribute and learn.

[ + ] Lives the Boeing Values
Models, leads and is committed to the Boeing values, principles and business-conduct policies. Earns the trust and respect of all Boeing stakeholders. Ensures effective business, compliance and financial controls. Promotes integrity in all that we do. Demonstrates commitment to and takes advantage of diversity. Creates an environment of respect and inclusion. Does not use abusive or intimidating behavior. Bounds vigorous pursuit of individual and business objectives with overall interest and reputation of the company.

[ + ] Sets High Expectations
Sets high expectations rooted in ensuring competitiveness. Sets high expectations for him/herself first. Has courage to raise the bar continuously/routinely. Holds self and others accountable for continuous improvement. Communicates expectations directly, openly and effectively. Shows people and teams how to reach (acts as a coach).



[ + ] Business (Operational) Acumen
Understands the business issues related to operation of own projects and processes. Understands Boeing products and services and how own project or process fits within the larger value stream. Demonstrates general awareness of competition. Understands how to accomplish tasks both through formal channels and the informal network.

[ + ] Customer Focus
Provides K level direction for making customers and their needs a primary focus of direct report's job activities and actions; considers how work group's decisions/actions/plans will affect customers; actively seeks information to understand customers' circumstances, problems, expectations, and needs; presents project level information to middle and/or senior level managers to build their understanding of issues and capabilities as they relate to customer needs; considers how project level decisions/actions/plans will affect customers; responds quickly to meet significant customer needs and resolve problems; provides K level leadership on monitoring and evaluating customer concerns, issues, and satisfaction and to anticipate customer needs; implements and monitors customer feedback systems to gauge customer satisfaction and makes adjustments to service as indicated by feedback.

[ + ] Managing Conflict
As a K level manager, establishes a clear and compelling rationale for resolving the conflict and communicates the rationale to all involved parties. Collects information from relevant sources to gain a complete understanding the conflict. Objectively views the conflict from all sides. Stays focused on resolving the conflict and avoids personal issues and attacks. Presents and seeks potential solutions or positive courses of action. Takes positive action to resolve the conflict in a way that addresses the issue, dissipates the conflict, and maintains the relationship. Summarizes to ensure that all are aware of agreements and required actions.


[ + ] Aircraft Operations
General knowledge and ability to use standard crew resource management, weight and balance calculations, navigation procedures, airspace, meteorology, aircraft performance data, communication operations, flight planning, industry regulations and pilot aviation skills to perform aircraft operations.

[ + ] Flight Instruction Techniques
Complete knowledge of flight instruction techniques (e.g., analysis of student errors, planning of instructional periods, assessment of progress, laws of learning) for aircraft.

Basic Qualifications For Consideration

Do you have an FAA ATP certificate?

Do you have instructor experience in Transport Category airplanes?

Do you have and can you maintain an FAA Class I Medical certificate?

Typical Education/Experience

Other Job related information

14 CFR Part 121 or foreign equivalent airline pilot or management experience greatly preferred. International flying experience preferred. Boeing airplane instructor experience preferred. Management experience preferred.

  • Business Unit Commercial Airplanes
  • Division Commercial Aviation Services
  • Program Flight Services
  • Job Type Management
  • Experience Level First Level Manager
    • US Person Status Required? No

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