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)

Individuals interested in a flight instructor position with MTSU should email a copy of their resume to the Flight Training Manager, Mr. Paul Mosey.  Click here to email your resume.  Instructors are generally hired three times per year to coincide with the start of each academic term. 

Fall 2021 Interview Dates: July 19, 2021 through July 30, 2021

Fall 2021 Instructor Training Dates: August 9, 2021 through August 12, 2021

Fall 2021 Standardization Flights: August 16, 2021 through August 19, 2021

Dispatcher/Line Service

Individuals interested in a dispatcher/line service position with MTSU should email a copy of their resume to the Dispatch Coordinator, Mrs. Kimberly Sandman and Mr. Andrew Hineborg.  Click here to email your resume and application.  Dispatchers are generally hired three times per year to coincide with the start of each academic term. 

Fall 2021 Application due Thursday, July 15, 2021

Fall 2021 Interviews: August 7, 2021 through August 10, 2021

Maintenance Staff

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.

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.