Assistant Professor Aircraft Maintenance Technology ( AMT Polytechnic, UAE


Job title: Assistant Professor Aircraft Maintenance Technology ( AMT Polytechnic, UAE

Company: Institute of Applied Technology

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Job Title Assistant Professor Aircraft

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Position: Assistant Professor for Aircraft Maintenance Technology ( AMT Polytechnic, UAE
Abu Dhabi Polytechnic was established by the Institute of Applied Technology in 2010 to offer a dual educational-professional training system with multiple high-tech disciplines (specializations) to produce technologists and engineers to serve the UAE industrial manpower required for Abu Dhabi Economic Vision 2030. Specifically ADPoly vision is to create skilled professional technologists and engineers capable of performing at the highest international standards to build a knowledge-based economy in the UAE.

As a government entity ADPoly is an exciting venture that is bringing the internationally benchmarked and nationally recognized qualifications in collaboration with our industrial partners. The ADPoly community comprises ambitious students and academic staff who set a rigorous pace in the achievement of teaching excellence.

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As a government entity ADPOLY is an exciting venture that is bringing the internationally recognized Applied Bachelor / Higher Diplomas of advanced careers and majors in collaboration with our partners. ADPOLYs Aircraft Maintenance program was developed to provide the UAEs needed national expertise in aircraft engineering technologies. ADPOLYs AM programs provides internationally (approved by the European Aviation Safety Agency-EASA) and nationally approved (Approved by the General Civil Aviation Authority of the UAE) Ab/Initio training in basic aircraft maintenance technologies.

These approvals lead to industry required licensing. Additionally, the AM program is a Ministry of Higher

Education and Scientific Researchs accredited three years Higher Diploma in Aircraft Maintenance. The accredited program embeds the requirements of EASAs/GCAAs Ab/Initio training under part 66/CAR 66 Category A1. Graduates are eligible to apply for EASAs and GCAAs category A Maintenance Certifying Mechanic License after completing the Ab/Initio training requirements along with a one year of relevant industrial experience. This license is the key for work in civil aviation on commercial aircraft at any recognized or approved maintenance facility, worldwide.

ADPOLY requires hiring an Academic Faculty to teach the Higher Diploma/Applied Bachelor degree in Aircraft Maintenance Technologies. This program has a mandatory one term On-the-Job-Training as an essential part of the students education. This is an Open Rank (Hiring Rank will depend on candidates post Master/PhD relevant full time teaching experiences, no of publications in reputable journals etc.

Applicants must be qualified to Master but preferred PhD level (Professional Doctorates are NO

T accepted i.e. Doctorate of

Education or Doctorate of Business Administration etc) in relevant areas of aviation technologies and/or EASA Cat B1.1-B2 license/FAA A&P license and comparable international education with a cumulative aviation maintenance related experience in Airframe and Aircraft Propulsion Technologies, including teaching experience and sound knowledge in EASA Part-66 and Part-147 Regulations. Knowledge in Military Aviation Training Concepts will be an advantage. Evidence to active research records and publications, participating in curriculum development with minimum of 2 publications registered in Scopus Database or Scholarly Publications.

Excellent oral and written English is required.

We offer a tax free salary package with excellent family benefits.

Please send your updated CV to the following email:
cv.academies.ae.

Kindly quote THE
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Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted for the interview.

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Location: United Arab Emirates

Job date: Thu, 06 Jan 2022 00:56:53 GMT

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