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UH-60 Simulator Instructor Operator


Boiler Operator


Marana, Arizona, United States


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The Integrated Airborne Solutions (IAS) Division of the Airborne Systems Business Area of Leidos currently has an opening for a UH-60 Simulator Instructor Operator supporting the Army National Guard (ANG) Aviation Training Services and Operational Support (ATSOS) program in Marana, AZ. Leidos is the prime contractor providing flight training, simulation training, classroom instruction and schoolhouse support activities including the One Army School System (OASS) integration, and Aviation Life Support Equipment (ALSE) maintenance for platforms and simulation devices in use or anticipated to be in use by the Army National Guard.

What’s in it for you?

Leidos is hiring Simulator Instructor Operators in support of AATS training mission and regionally supported units in simulation devices including the UH-72A Cockpit Procedure Trainer (CPT), UH-72A Synthetic Flight Training System (SFTS), Advanced Blackhawk Flight Simulator (ABHFS), UH-60A/L SFTS, CH-47F Transportable Flight Proficiency Simulator (TFPS), and UH-60V/M Blackhawk Aviation Trainer (BAT). The Simulator Instructor Operator will provide training of approved POIs, ATM simulation training requirements for aviators assigned to regionally supported units, familiarization training, and tours approved through ARNG. This is an exciting opportunity to use your experience supporting the ATSOS program.

THE CHALLENGE (primary responsibilities)

  • Provide simulated flight training to AATS students and regional simulation users with special emphasis on proper use of all aircraft systems, emergency procedure training, and instrument flight procedures.

  • Develop and maintain mission training scenarios for regional users.

  • Provide instruction and evaluation to student pilots IAW Training Support Packages for AATS approved courses of instruction.

  • Provide Aircrew Coordination Training-Enhanced (ACT-E) Training IAW with approved course Training Support Package.

  • Maintain training records on formal course students and in ATP records as required for unit, readiness level (RL) progression trainees.

  • Conduct academic platform instruction for the Instructor Operator course, Instrument Flight Examiner Prep course, Instrument Flight Examiner Distributive Learning course, Instrument Flight Examiner R1 course, Instrument Refresher course; and AATS courses IAW approved POI in Aviation Qualification Course, Instructor Pilot Course, and Maintenance Test Pilot Course.

  • Facilitate pre-mission planning and after action reviews for all simulation periods conducted.

  • Complete all aircrew training program (ATP) requirements IAW DCMA INST 8210-1D, AR 95-1, and the applicable dATM. Contract pilot shall participate in No-notice evaluation program.

  • Develop update and publish schedules via an electronic database.

  • Conduct annual simulation scheduling conference.

  • Track schedule changes and prepare monthly reports for flight simulators and hardware maintenance trainers supporting the AATS.

  • Coordinate with War Fighter Focus Contract (WFFC)/Army TADSS Maintenance Plan (ATMP) simulator maintenance contractor daily to track simulator maintenance status and service requests.

  • Coordinate with unit course managers to block formal course simulation time.

  • Coordinate with regional users, National Guard Bureau, PEO-STRI representatives to ensure proper utilization of allocated hours/devices IAW FR 350-1 and AR 95-1 and provide monthly utilization reports.

  • Verify and correct as required the WFFC/ATMP contractors monthly contractor device performance reports and forward them to the COTR.

  • Update flight schedule in accordance with appropriate maintenance schedule.

  • Maintain and review semi-annually a publication library that includes historical information and facilities reports for all simulators.

  • Act as a RFMSS Fire Desk Operator in the Army range and facility scheduling system (RF-MSS). Using RFMSS to schedule every simulator training period. Each simulator period shall be scheduled in RFMSS within 12 hours of receipt. Each simulator training day shall be closed out within 24 hours.

  • Supervise employees as required.

WHAT SETS YOU APART (basic qualifications)

  • High School Diploma with 9 years’ of applicable experience or Bachelors’ Degree with 5 years’ of experience.

  • Simulator Instructor Operators shall be qualified as an Instructor Pilot in the respective aircraft simulator and an Instrument Flight Examiner, or have documented three years of experience as an Aviation Simulator I/O in the required aircraft device. I/O qualifications shall be made available to the COR upon request. I/Os shall have prior experience training or operating with Army Aviation (or Military Equivalent).

  • USAACE / AATS qualified Instructor Pilot in the airframe for which simulation duties will be performed or have a minimum of 3 years of experience as an I/O in assigned device.

  • Instructor Training Course (ITC) or ABIC qualified; or successfully graduate from a AATS provided ABIC course within 12 months of contractor employee start date.

  • Must meet instructor qualification requirements as defined by the Aviation proponent and IAW TR 350-10, TR 350-70.

  • Qualified as a unit trainer, an instructor pilot or a maintenance test flight examiner with demonstrated simulator operations experience.

  • USAACE qualified Instrument Flight Examiner.

  • Satisfactorily complete unit aircrew training program within 3 months of starting work if not an instructor pilot IAW AR95-1, 4-11e(2) and FR350-1.

  • Must have an active DoD Secret security clearance.

  • Previous experience managing employees.

Preferred Qualifications

  • Proficient in Microsoft Office Suite Products.

Original Posting Date:


While subject to change based on business needs, Leidos reasonably anticipates that this job requisition will remain open for at least 3 days with an anticipated close date of no earlier than 3 days after the original posting date as listed above.

Pay Range:

Pay Range $78,000.00 - $141,000.00

The Leidos pay range for this job level is a general guideline only and not a guarantee of compensation or salary. Additional factors considered in extending an offer include (but are not limited to) responsibilities of the job, education, experience, knowledge, skills, and abilities, as well as internal equity, alignment with market data, applicable bargaining agreement (if any), or other law.