Every pilot must start somewhere, and flight instructor jobs let you train pilots to FAA standards so they’re ready take on the skies. Instructors might work for the military, commercial airlines or private companies or individuals, but you won’t work at all if you don’t have a resume that gets you in the door for an interview.
A pilot’s license and CFI qualifications are essential, and some employers will be looking for CFII or MEI certification. In addition, you usually need a second-class medical certificate and good interpersonal skills. Include the types of planes or helicopters you’ve flown along with information about total flight hours and past training successes.
Getting the right combination of skills on your resume is vital to landing a position, so look at our flight instructor resume sample to use as a basis for your own.Create this Resume