Job Duties and Responsibilities:
Perform all duties and responsibilities of Pilot in Command (PIC).Adheres to all safety regulations, requirements, policies and procedures, including OSHA regulations, FAA regulations, and DOT regulations.Become familiar with the mission requirements and, in conjunction with the supervisor, plan for the mission, using Satloc Guidance Systems, Flight Plan Online and other mission specific equipment.Read maps and plat books, and follow directions.Communicate effectively and routinely with supervisor.Responsible for understanding and maintaining spray system calibration.Provide safe, precise aerial applications for customer operations.Consistently demonstrate an attitude of excellence by focusing on safety and meeting/exceeding customer needs.Obtain and maintain appropriate state licensing for agricultural aviation operational needs.Work proactively with supervisor to plan efficient operations.Read and follow all product label instructions.Work proactively with ground support personnel by providing them with accurate load calculations and oversee the loading of the aircraft.Assist with maintaining the aircraft in accordance with FAA and company standards along with agricultural aviation dispersal and ground based systems as needed.Report all maintenance issues to supervisor in a timely fashion.Support supervisor and Aerial Division with help on non-flying/maintenance duties e.g. licensing, Corrective Action Plans, etc. Complete daily, weekly, or monthly reports (application records, maintenance records, timesheets, etc.) on time.The pilot reserves the right to refuse any job and an acceptable reason must be communicated to the supervisor. ... Continue Reading
Education and Experience Required:
Possess at least an FAA Commercial Single Engine Land RatingPossess at least a 2nd class medicalPossess a current Biennial Flight ReviewPossess an FAA Part 137 Skill and Knowledge EndorsementPossess a minimum of 1250 hours total time with 1000 hours ag time and 500 hours turbine experienceExcellent interpersonal, communication, and organizational skills.Ability to be licensed appropriately for pesticide/agricultural operator in aerial applications in multiple states.Experience with Microsoft products, Satloc and/or other GPS guidance for aerial applications.The position requires the pilot to be available 7 days per week including holidays during the normal spray season (as determined by the supervisor)The pilot must be able to work from multiple locationsIf the pilot is relieved of duty for weather delays, the pilot must be ready to resume duties within 30 minutes should the weather become suitable. ... Continue Reading
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