GRW Aerial Surveys is currently seeking an Aerial Survey Pilot to fly a twin-engine Piper Navajo aircraft. The ideal candidate will be a team-oriented, self-motivated professional with a positive attitude for getting the job done correctly and efficiently. Travel required.
High School diploma or equivalent
2nd Class Medical
FAA Multi-engine Commercial Pilot License
Instrument rated and current
IFR Proficiency Check Current
VFR Day/Night Current
1,000 hours Total Time
200 hours Multi Engine
Valid US Driver's License
No accidents or violations
Excellent oral and written English communication skills to effectively write reports and business correspondence, and present information and respond to questions from managers, clients and the general public.
High level of organizational skills and attention to detail
Excellent time management skills
Ability to plan project resources, maintain schedules and stay within budget
Ability to work well independently and as part of a team
Desire, motivation and ability to exceed the firm's and clients' expectations
Dedication and willingness to continue professional growth
Additional Experience Preferred:
Aerial Image or Lidar acquisition experience
Experience in Cessna 206
Duties and Responsibilities:
Conduct flight operations in compliance with FAA CFR 14 Part 91 regulations, aircraft limitations and company operating procedures.
Pilot in command responsible for the safe operation of aircraft.
Communicate with management and other flight crew personnel.
Ability to travel (up to 3 weeks at a time).
Ability to move aircraft in and out of hanger using a motorized tug.
Mission planning, weather analysis, coordination of ground support when required.
Coordinate flight operations with sensor operator.
Coordinate with FAA personnel when necessary.
Maintain currency of charts and update avionics databases.
Maintain usage records for billing and invoices of fuel, maintenance, etc...
Track and schedule all required maintenance with aircraft mechanic. (If out of town, maintenance will be coordinated with our mechanic prior to work beginning).
Perform preflight and post flight inspection of the aircraft.
Assist in the installation and removal of aerial sensors.
GRW pilots conduct flight operations that are compliant, safe and productive while coordinating with sensor operators, management and other flight crew, maintenance and FAA personnel.
With nearly 40 years of geospatial experience, GRW has completed aerial image acquisition in all 48 contiguous states. We have the resources to complete multiple ongoing aerial projects. Our skilled pilots and sensor operators ensure that projects are delivered according to specifications and in a timely manner. GRW is known for our commitment to precision, delivering data of the highest quality at affordable rates.
Our projects have ranged from international federal contracts, to regional, state, and local clients. From oblique and vertical acquisition, to aerotriangulation and orthoimagery, GRW is able to provide comprehensive aerial mapping services. We invite you to apply to join our team!
For more information, or to apply now, you must go to the website below. Please DO NOT email your resume to us as we only accept applications through our website.
Internal Number: 1194345
About GRW Engineers, Inc.
GRW is a full-service engineering, architectural, and geospatial consulting firm. The company was founded in 1964 by Mr. G. Reynolds Watkins to provide engineering services to federal, state, municipal and private industry clients. Since that time, GRW has grown to become a national design firm with offices in Kentucky, Indiana, Tennessee and West Virginia. Watkins' insistence on technical excellence and personal service lives on as the guiding principle at GRW.