PROFESSIONAL PILOTS WANTED
• Build 100+ hours per month, including night, IFR and XC
• Fly all over the contiguous 48 US states and Canada
• Well-maintained aircraft
• Most aircraft equipped w/ 430W/530W
• Company issued credit card
• Competitive salary guarantee
• Healthcare Reimbursement Plan (HRP)
• Escalating monthly performance bonuses
• Contract completion bonus
• Company-paid single-occupancy room
• Company paid car rental
• Special programs for dedicated employees to acquire new ratings and build time to qualify into the twin engine aircraft
21 years of age or older
FAA issued Pilot Certificate
250+ total logged flight hours
(in aircraft, not sim)
10+ hours in Cessna 172
Commercial Single and Multi Engine Land
Instrument rated, current and proficient
Read, write and speak clear English
Impeccable radio skills
Experience in busy class B and C airspace
Life situation that allows for 7+ months away from home
350+ logged flight hours
40+ MultiEngine hours (at controls)
Previous employment as pilot
OTHER DESIRABLE QUALIFICATIONS
Time logged in PA23 (Piper Aztec)
CFI / CFII / MEI
Mountain flying experience
Previous aerial imaging experience - especially w Pictometry/Eagleview system.
Former US Military service men and women
Availability and willingness to work more than one season.
We do not accept phone calls regarding employment.
Email your resumé to:
Put the word "resume" in the subject field (w/o the quotes) followed by a space then your last name. Attach your resume to your email in the form of an actual pdf, doc or other word processor file. (Not a downloadable link like Google docs)
In the email body, write a short cover letter about how you would deal with the 7 month stretch away from home and any other details that would make you a good SkyLens pilot candidate. If you are being referred by a mutual acquaintance not listed in your resumé please indicate so.
Please include your flight training history, complete employment history for the past 5 years, Total time, Multi time, Actual IFR time AND Hood IFR time, any previous aerial mapping experience and type of aircraft flown. A personal reference from your CFI or pilots you've flown with is helpful but not required. Be advised: Not following these instructions exactly may result in your resume not being routed properly and therefore never reviewed, and in any case, the inability to follow instructions is a disqualifying factor.