Ground Instructor

Date: 18 May 2023

Location: Gurgaon

Company: TATA SIA Airlines Limited

Job Overview

Providing regulatory initial and recurrent trainings to Pilots, GI/SME and Flight dispatchers and continuous development and upgrade of training curriculum and tools.

Key Responsibilities

  • To provide initial ground training, in aeronautical knowledge areas required for the issuance of a type rating/ flight dispatcher approval and/ or special operations approval
  • To provide recurrent ground training in aeronautical knowledge areas, as required for recurrent training of pilots, flight dispatchers and Ground Instructors
  • To provide ground training for LTC / SFI / TRI/ DE
  • To train Ground Instructors/SMEs, conduct initial, recurrent or transition training in accordance with the OMD as directed by the Chief Ground Instructor
  • Assist in the development of various flight crew member training programs
  • Checks the currency of training manuals and other materials used in various flight training courses
  • Complete appropriate flight crew member ground training records and other flight training documentation in a timely manner and directs to the appropriate filing source
  • Communicate issues of concern, or of exceptional achievement, regarding crew member trainees’ performance to the Chief Ground Instructor in a timely manner
  • Any other task as directed by Chief Ground Instructor or his designate



  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills
  • Ability to independently manage a team and plan/prioritize resources
  • High integrity and free from prejudices and bias
  • Strong knowledge base and well versed with regulation and industry best practices
  • Comfortable talking / presenting in front of a group
  • Active listener and enthusiastic learner

Work Experience

  • Minimum 1 year of experience as approved Ground Instructor
  • Approvals for Technical/Performance/ Special Ops on A320/A321/B787 preferred


  • As per DGCA CAR 7I7 para 5



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