Utah CFI Hiring Events

By Amy Smith April 6th, 2017 | blog

HAA’s CFI Recruitment Coordinator will be in Utah on April 18 and 19 hosting informational seminars about the benefits of working for us as a CFI. The seminars will cover topics such as flight instructor hiring, company incentives, and career pathways for graduates. Hillsboro Aero Academy is one of the largest combined airplane and helicopter flight schools in the United States. With a fleet of 70 airplanes located at three campuses in Oregon, CFIs can build up to 1000 hours per year.

The seminars will take place at these locations:

PROVO
Tuesday, April 18 at 6:30pm
Courtyard Marriott
1600 N Freedom Blvd
Provo, UT

LOGAN
Wednesday, April 19 at 6pm
Holiday Inn Express & Suites
2235 North Main St
North Logan, UT

To learn more about our CFI job openings and incentives, visit our employment page or contact us at cfi@flyhaa.com.

 

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