Duties include assuring sound operations, piloting and maintenance of aircraft (Cessna 182), organizing and undertaking aerial surveys for wildlife and monitoring of human threats, providing aerial support to law enforcement and protected area management efforts and monitoring in cooperation with wildlife authorities, following the conservation aviation program standard procedures and systems.
The position also includes technical reporting writing, managing the administrative procedures related to the aviation program, liaising with aviation authorities, mapping, training and mentoring of observers, and providing recommendation to the country program with regards to its aviation program development. ... Continue Reading
The desired qualifications for this position are current US FAA commercial pilot license (CPL) with instrument rating, at least 400 hours PIC flying experience, strong knowledge of FAA regulations and aircraft maintenance requirements. Experience with wildlife surveys and bush flying in remote areas.
Previous experience in Africa will be a plus.
Working French and English language skills. Technical skills and knowledge in GIS, aerial surveys, wildlife protection monitoring, aerial photography, also desired.
Ability to work in a team, in multi-cultural context and under extreme field conditions. ... Continue Reading
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