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AMY SMITH
123 Main Street Atlanta, Georgia 30339
Home: (555) 555-1234, Cell: (555) 555-1235 asmith@sample~resume.com


Objective:   Seek the Position of Glider Pilot Instructor

SUMMARY:   Exceptionally knowledgeable, skilled and experienced Glider Pilot Instructor with huge background in teaching safe and competent cross-country flying skills - starting from scratch; providing valuable assistance to students to progress safely in, and enjoy, the sport of hang gliding, and become true airmen.

Summary of Qualifications

  • Exceptional knowledge of aerodynamics and theory of flight.
  • Strong knowledge of meteorology, airframes and systems.
  • Thorough knowledge of flight Instruments, navigation, and    flight operations.
  • In-depth knowledge of emergency procedures and human    factors including pilot decision-making.
  • Remarkable ability to supervise glider pilot flight training.
  • Proven ability of strong in flight and on the ground familiarity.
  • Exceptional ability to perform both normal and emergency   maneuvers.
  • Strong knowledge of all applicable national aeronautical    regulations and local flying site rules.
  • Uncommon instructional proficiency in stall awareness, spin    entry, spins, and spin recovery procedures.

    Professional Experience

    Pro Flying School, Minneapolis, MN
    2002 - Present

    Novice Paragliding Pilot Instructor
    • Demonstrate layout and preflight of the canopy, harness, and backup reserve parachute.
    • Give a reliable analysis of general conditions of the site and self, and a flight plan including flight path, areas to avoid in relation to the wind flow, and obstacles to stay clear of.
    • Demonstrate 5 consecutive forward inflations with a visual check of the canopy each time.
    • Demonstrate 5 consecutive controlled reverse inflations with proper surge dampening.
    • Demonstrate controlled kiting of a glider overhead for two minutes in a steady wind.
    • Demonstrate two clean, smooth reverse inflations/reversals prior to launch.
    • Demonstrate, with each flight, a method of establishing that the pilot is properly connected to the glider, with cleared lines and risers just prior to inflation.
    • Demonstrate two successful, aggressive, confident inflations/launches, where the wind is at least 15 cross to straight up the hill in wind not exceeding 5 m.p.h.
    • Demonstrate two no-wind (0-5 m.p.h.) inflations/launches.
    • Demonstrate how to brief and instruct a ground crew and explain when an assisted launch is necessary.
    • Demonstrate 2 high-wind (10-15 m.p.h.) inflations/launches.
    • Demonstrate flight with smooth variation in airspeed, from above minimum sink to fast flight, while maintaining a heading.
    • Demonstrate flight showing the ability to comfortably and precisely slow the glider to minimum sink and smoothly increase to normal airspeed while maintaining a heading.
    • Demonstrate flight(s) along a planned path alternating 'S' turns of at least 90 change in heading.
    • Demonstrate hands-off flying, weight-shift turns, and rear-riser turns.
    • Teach and demonstrate other lessons to qualify students for the conferment of Novice Paragliding Pilot rating.

    Pro Flying School, Minneapolis, MN
    2000 - 2002

    Beginner Paragliding Pilot Instructor
    • Demonstrated system setup and preflight, including a complete discussion of all those factors which are particular to the specific tow system used and those factors which are relevant to towing in general.
    • Demonstrated complete understanding of both normal and emergency procedures, including checklists for normal procedures and the indications of an impending emergency.
    • Demonstrated successful, confident, controlled launches and flight under tow to release at altitude, with a smooth transition to flying, with proper directional and pitch control resulting in proper tracking of the tow line and appropriate maintenance of proper tow line tension and airspeed.
    • Taught all Beginner-level Paragliding Tow Discussion Topics.

    Education and Professional Training

    FAA Flight Instructor- Glider Certificate

    Masters Degree in Geography
    University of New York (2000)




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