PROFESSIONAL PILOTS WANTED
• Build 600 to 800 hours in 7 months including night, IFR and XC
• Fly all over the contiguous 48 US states
• Well-maintained aircraft
• Most aircraft equipped w/ 430W/530W
• Company issued credit card
• Competitive salary guarantee plus per diem
• Healthcare Reimbursement Plan (HRP)
• Escalating monthly performance bonuses
• Season 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 hours
10+ hours in Cessna 172
Commercial Single 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
350+ logged flight hours
Commercial MultiEngine Land
40+ MultiEngine hours
Previous employment as pilot
OTHER DESIRABLE QUALIFICATIONS
Time logged in PA23 (Piper Aztec)
CFI / CFII / MEI
Mountain flying experience
Previous aerial imaging experience
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.
In the email body, write a short note 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 complete employment history for the past 5 years, Total time, Multi time, Actual IFR time AND Hood IFR time, any previous aerial mapping experience, Type aircraft flown. A personal reference from your CFI or pilots you've flown with is helpful but not required. Please 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.