Langley Flying School Employment Opportunities

English Language Conversation Instructors

Langley Flying School currently has a need for English Language Conversation Instructors to lead conversation training delivered to Langley Flying School students for whom English is a second language.

Reporting to the Director of Aviation Language Training, the candidate will meet with students on a weekly basis and deliver conversation exercises for the student skills in enunciating and comprehending conversational English, as applied in aviation generally, and pilot/pilot-controller communication, specifically. 

Contact David Parry, Chief Flying Instructor, to apply or for additional information.

Document Writer/Transcriptionist

Langley Flying School is in immediate need of a part-time writer/transcriptionist to transcribe and prepare technical documents supporting flight operations.  Experience with Microsoft Word essential.  Work can be completed at home. 

Please contact  David ParryChief Flying Instructor.    

Director of International Studies

Langley Flying School, Inc. is seeking a Director of International Studies (DIS) to oversee the promotion and further development the school’s relationship and affiliation with pilot-training institutions and airlines abroad—especially institutions and airlines based in the Peoples Republic of China. 

Working closely with LFS executive, the DIS will liaison with affiliated institutions and operators, as well as seek new opportunities for affiliation. 

The ideal candidate will have excellent communication and organization skills, founded on many years of experience in the post-secondary and/or aviation industry.  Frequent travel will be required and the candidate must be willing to work flexible hours, including weekends and evening. Mandarin is an asset. 

Remuneration will be commensurate with experience.

Please submit via email a resume and covering letter David Parry, Chief Flying Instructor.    

General Information

Langley Flying School's training operations revolve around its staff of full-time and part-time Flight Instructors, who are responsible for the safe conduct of individual training flights. Flight Instructors are typically recruited from graduates of the school's Commercial Pilot Program, but externally trained Flight Instructors are sought when staff shortages are needed to be filled within tight time frames. Students enrolled in the Commerical Pilot Program who are interested in becoming Flight Instructors should make their intentions known to the Chief Flying Instructors as early as possible.

Like most flying schools in Canada, Langley Flying School Flight Instructors typically remain on the job for two to four years, after which time they are recruited by commercial air carriers providing multi-crew aircraft for commuter or airline operations.

Langley Flying School's staff is governed by traditional rules of seniority based on hire date, with senior Flight Instructors receiving priority with regard to student bookings and access to advance multi-engine and instrument flight instruction.

Class Flight Instructors begin with a flat hourly pay of $26 per hour for Class IV Flight Instructors, and $30 per hour for Class III and above Flight instructors.   For additional groundschool instruction, groundschool preparation, assigned administrative duties, and supervision, Flight Instructors are paid $15 per hours. Generally, Flight Instructors are able to assume as many added administrative duties as they choose, but typically their primary focus while at the school is line flight instruction.

All Langley Flying School staff have access to a Group Benefits program, which includes medical, dental, and disability benefits.

Candidates that's interested in working at Langely Flying School, please forward your Resume directly to Office Administration.