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Flight Training Supervisor

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Flight Training Supervisor

Louisville, KY
Full Time
  • Responsibilities


    The Flight Training Program Tech Supervisor reports directly to the Flight Training Program Development Manager. This position manages the curriculum design process in compliance with the UPS Advanced Qualification Program Manual.

    Duties include the following

    • Supports course development initiatives through standardized use of ISD (Instructional Systems Design) methods.
    • Develops data analysis methods for design and monitoring of courseware effectiveness.
    • Monitors the progress of FTC training initiatives to ensure the Learning Objectives of implemented ISD plans are accomplished.
    • Coaches Flight Training Program Curriculum Development Specialists and SMEs on use of the ISD process for curriculum design.
    • Manage standardization of the Common JTA (Job Task Analysis) and Qualification Standards.
    • Ensure conformity, standardization and compliance of AQP changes.
    • Serves as a liaison to the FAA and as a UPS AQP industry representative.
  • Qualifications


    • Previous ISD (Instructional System Design) experience in a corporate learning environment or post-secondary Degree in ISD required.

    • Microsoft Office, Excel, and PowerPoint skills required.


    • Airline/Aviation experience preferred.

    • Project Management experience a plus.

    • Basic understanding of Microsoft Access.

    UPS is an equal opportunity employer. UPS does not discriminate on the basis of race/color/religion/sex/national origin/veteran/disability/age/sexual orientation/gender identity or any other characteristic protected by law

  • Industry
    Package/Freight Delivery
  • About Us
    Founded on a $100 loan in 1907, 2 teenage boys opened up a messenger service in a 6 by 17 foot office located just below the sidewalk on Second Avenue and Main Street in Seattle, WA. Messengers ran errands, carried notes, hand baggage, and delivered trays of food for customers. They also delivered packages, traveling by streetcars and bicycles for longer trips, and later using motorcycles.