• Hobby or professional experience with fixed wing or multi-rotor drones.
• FAA Part 107 license desired.
• Thorough understanding of all components of RPAS, as well as the ability to troubleshoot technical issues in the field.
• Knowledge of drone mapping software.
• Knowledge of civilian airspace and aeronautical charts.
• Ability to work independently and/or as part of a small team.
• Ability to travel 75% of the time on short notice when needed.
• GIS knowledge preferred.
• Ability to work outdoors with limited facilities and resources for extended periods of time in various climates.
• Must be able to lift 80lbs.
• Drive large vehicles over multiple days for extended periods of time.
• Ability to work some weekends.
• Previous field work experience preferred.
• Attention to detail and quality.
• Must make safety #1 priority at all times.
• Prior supervisory experience a plus.
• Previous surveying, data processing, or engineering experience a plus.
• Experience with Intel Falcon+, Vapor 55, or Aeryon Sky Ranger a plus.
• Ability to maintain, inspect, clean, and occasionally repair UAS equipment.
• Knowledge of proper operations of sUAS per FAA Part 107 regulations.
• Ability to manage small field crew (2-4 people), field schedule, and project expectations.
• Able to articulate and communicate effectively via text and verbally.