Additional Essential Functions include:
Fly aircraft to complete aerial acquisition missions and the coordination of those missions.
Adhering to all written policies, operational standards, and safety procedures.
Maintaining detailed flight log & other paperwork after each mission.
Perform a thorough aircraft preflight check before each flight.
Responsible for the overall operation of the aircraft.
Responsible for making personal travel arrangements during overnight or extended trips.
Willing and able to learn and apply concepts and procedures related to aerial survey.
Coordinate with Field Opps Specialist and Chief Pilot to determine daily flight mission plans.
Successfully operate mission sensor equipment, as needed.
Ability to travel up to 75% of the time (domestic).
Schedule includes weekends, holidays and seasonal deployments that may last up to 4 weeks during peak season.
full time Pilot openings located throughout the United States. Including operations in Florida, Maryland, Maine, South Carolina, Kansas, New Mexico, Texas, Colorado, Arizona, Idaho, Oregon and California.... Continue Reading
Qualifications/Knowledge, Skills & Abilities Requirements:
Must hold Commercial Single Engine Aircraft License and current Instrument Rating.
Must hold Valid Drivers License.
Must possess & be able to exercise the privileges of a Second Class Medical.
Ability to assess weather suitability for flight missions.
Strong computer/technical skills (MS Office Suite).
Preference for candidates with Multi-Engine License, High PerformanceEndorsement or CFI license.
High School diploma required; college degree preferred.
Flight Experience Requirements:
Minimum of 250 hours total time required
Prefer 350 hours total time; 150 PIC
If holding a Multi-Engine license, 20 PIC of multi-engine time preferredClass B Airspace experience preferred
Experience flying aerial data acquisition preferred ... Continue Reading
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