-To process and ensure accuracy of flight training records and verify that students meet the pre-requisites for entering in new courses or being signed off for stage or end of course check rides. Process and verify all FAA related certificates, applications and written exams.
Respond to phone, email, and walk in inquires regarding a variety of student needs. This includes, but is not limited to, IACRA (8710) forms, FAA written registrations and endorsements, flight block assignments, TSA clearances, and verify all FAA documents required for flight related activities is true and correct.
-Process end of stage and course check ride paperwork, verifying that all FAA and University course requirements are met by using various ETA flight system reports and checklists and returning incomplete paperwork to appropriate training staff.
-ETA back up administrator, ability to change any and all pertinent information in ETA.
-Hold the title, duty, and responsibility of a FAA Test Proctor. Scan and upload data to appropriate databases.
-Gather and compile all necessary data to complete a weekly flight report
-Scan and batch all incoming student records into Stellent
Conduct semesterly audit of student records in order to withdraw non active students
-Update and scan retal qualifications and currenties in ETA and Stellent
-Receive TSA confirmations in order to release students SPR’s on time.