Certified Flight Instructors
Interested in joining our CFI team?
We are looking for top-notch CFIs to help with our growing demand of students. This position requires a vast knowledge of aircraft and previous experience to include but not limited to 6 months or 200 hours of prior flight instruction training.
Applicant must have and possess a FAA Certified Flight Instructor Certificate with Instrument and Single Engine Ratings and an FAA 2nd Class Medical. Multi-engine rating preferred. Must hold a FAA Commercial Pilot Certificate with Instrument, Single and Multi-engine ratings. Excellent oral and written communication skills. Knowledge of the FAA regulations and procedures and practical knowledge of the fundamentals of instruction to include practical test standards, aircraft systems, aerodynamics, and airworthiness requirements.
Please complete the job application here.
When people make the bold decision to become pilots they typically hit the internet or talk to pilot-friends to begin researching the process. While the Internet is a great source of information and your friends are sure to give you an elaborate story about their piloting adventures, the absolute best way to learn to fly is one-on-one with a certified flight instructor (CFI).
Sandills Fliers CFI's are our greatest strength. They each have hundreds (if not, thousands) of hours in the seat and leading/instructing others. Several of our esteemed CFI's have incredible amounts of combat hours and still, to this day, continue the mission.
Slim Thompson - Flight Lead
Platforms: T-37, T-1, KC-10, T-6, Caravan, Casa 235, Beech 400A, King Air 350
Hours: 11,000+, 1,100+ on NVG's
Sorties: 678 Combat
FAA Certs: ATP (SE & ME), CFII, MEII, Tail Wheel endorsed
AF Certs: AFI-I, NVG-I, CRM-I
Flip Spencer - Chief of Standardization & Evaluation
Platforms: 30+ different
Sorties: 2,600+ Combat Hours
FAA Certs: ATP (SE & ME), CFII, MEII, Commercial Glider & Tail Wheel
AF Certs: AFI-I, NVG-I, Advanced Instrument School, CRM Facilitator
Parker Priest - Chief of Safety
Platforms: TH-67, OH-58, AH-64, CH-47, C-208, C-12, C-23, C-27, C-208, Aérospatiale, Alenia/Leonardo, Beechcraft, Bell/Textron, Boeing, Cessna, Extra, Hughes/McDonnell Douglas, Kodiak, Mooney, Piper, Marchetti, Shorts, VulcanAir – 40+
FAA Certs: ATP AMEL, Commercial ASEL & RW, CFII, MEII, 6 Type Ratings
Trained as Aircraft Accident Investigator by the DOD, DOT/FAA, and NTSB.