As an expert in HR services, ARTS empowers high-tech companies around the world with the best minds to create more powerful and efficient processes within the framework of personnel placement. One of our clients is a company in Rostock, which is passionately dedicated to the personal and individual training of specialists and managers from a wide range of industries. People with creative ideas and visions work here. People who make success possible with their knowledge and their drive - people like you!
PROFESSIONAL COMPETENCE AND DIDACTIC SKILLS ARE IN DEMAND HERE!
Do you have a passion for aerospace and new technologies? You like to act as a multiplier, you are skilled in dealing with communicatively challenging situations and your vision is to bear responsibility and pass on your knowledge? Here is your chance! Support people on their way to a successful professional future with know-how, passion and empathy as an Instructor for Aircraft Mechanics and thus as an important person of trust.
Preparation of individual training content and didactics
Implementation of the lessons according to the timetable
Training of participants in the EASA Part-66 modules
Maintaining documentation in accordance with quality management requirements
Completed vocational training in the field of aeronautical engineering, e.g. as an Aircraft Mechanic
EASA Part-66 CAT B1, CAT B2 or CAT A1/A3 license with registered type rating
Successfully completed instructor aptitude test or comparable qualification
Relevant professional experience in the area of qualification and further training
Experienced handling of MS Office and comparable tools
Good knowledge of English
Class B driving license
Open and friendly working atmosphere
Good work-life balance due to regulated working hours
Teaching rooms equipped with the latest technology
Possibility to participate in internal seminars for your own further training
Extensive additional benefits, such as capital-forming benefits
Advice on all aspects of childcare and care needs
Attractive health offers