Aerospace Department Hiring
The Aerospace Department at Middle Tennessee State University (MTSU) employs many highly qualified individuals for a variety of temporary hourly positions. Below is the contact information for each of these positions.
Flight Instructors (ASE, IA, and AME)
We are accepting applications and resumes for CFI positions between May 30-June 5. Please click the link below between May 30-June 5 to complete the application. After completing the application, email your resume to Brenda.Gattis@mtsu.edu. Both the completed application and resume must be received by June 5 at 11:59 p.m. to be considered.
CFI Application: Click Here (link available only May 30-June 5)
Applications and resumes accepted: May 30-June 5
Summer Technical Test: June 8 (5-6pm or 6:15-7:15pm)
Summer Presentations: June 20-23
Summer Interviews: July 5-7 and 10-12
Hire Date: August 7
New Hire Training: August 21-22
Flight School Ground Ops and Line Services
Individuals interested in a ground ops/line service position with MTSU should fill out the application linked below and attach a copy of their resume. Click here to email Ground Ops Manager, Mrs. Kimberly Sandman with any questions. Ground Ops/Line Services Employees are generally hired three times per year to coincide with the start of each academic term.
Summer 2023 Application due: April 27
Summer 2023 Interviews (in person): May 2-5
Training: On the job
Hiring for all shifts!
Morning: 5:30am - 12:00pm
Mid-Day: 12:00pm - 6:00pm
Closing: 6:00pm - 12:00am
- Checking students out and in
- Invoicing flights
- Stocking paperwork in tower
- Ensuring printers have printer paper refilled
- Cleaning: dusting down counters, front lobby area, wiping down table etc.
- Other duties as assigned
- Refueling aircraft
- Refueling fuel trucks with AV gas and regular fuel
- Mixing glycol
- Maintaining Pre-heaters
- Organizing shed and maintaining the organization
- Going to campus to get regular fuel in MX truck both, to run it & tank in back
The Department of Aerospace is now hiring student ambassadors to begin Summer or Fall 2023. Aerospace Student Ambassadors are specially selected Aerospace students who are trained to give tours, represent the department, and help with other outreach efforts. Student Ambassadors are part of the Aerospace Outreach Team and report to the Outreach Services Coordinator. Ambassadors are expected to be knowledgeable and professional representatives of the department and university at all times.
If you are interested in joining this team, please submit this form, a cover letter, and two letters of recommendation from an Aerospace faculty/staff member. Questions may be emailed to Savannah.Richardson@mtsu.edu.
Application and all supporting documents are due by: 11:59pm on June 15, 2023.
Individuals interested in a staff maintenance position with MTSU should email a copy of their resume to the Manager of Aerospace Aircraft Maintenance, Mr. Matt Taylor. Click here to email your resume.
Individuals interested in Student Employee positions in Part 147 Maintenance School (AWS Job Description) or Sim Bay Support positions in the Sim Building (Sim Bay Support Job Description) should email a resume to the Manager of Aerospace Maintenance School Support, Mr. Gary Routh, Gary.Routh@mtsu.edu.
CRJ (Training Device) Instructors
Individuals interested in a CRJ instructor position with MTSU should email a copy of their resume to the Professor Peter Neff. Click here to email your resume. Candidates should be Part 121 current, or have recent experience (within last 12 months). 12 months (or 500 hours) Part 121 experience required. CRJ series and CFI experience preferred.
Hiring will be based on experience, interview, and/or training device session. Fixed-duration standardization will be compensated. If not current on the CRJ series, uncompensated classroom training will be required prior to attending standardization.