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Hiring: UAV Training Pilot / Course Instructor

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  • Full Name: InDro Robotics
  • Location: Salt Spring Island
  • Phone: Email resume
  • Expires: 12 days, 17 hours

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  • Item listed by: on July 30, 2018

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    InDro Robotics Inc. of Salt Spring Island has an open position for a part time employee to take on responsibility for administering and updating InDro Robotics Unmanned Air Vehicle (UAV) ground school and flight training program. Aviation experience is an advantage as well as a basic ability to manually operate a multi-rotor drone. The training program is guided by Transport Canada’s Training Publication TP 15263E, “Knowledge Requirements for Pilots of Unmanned Air Vehicle Systems UAV 25 kg or less, Operating within Visual Line of Sight” and the soon to be released updated version of this document.

    Good communication skills are essential, along with a basic knowledge of instructor techniques. The successful candidate will join one of Canada’s most advanced UAV companies as evidenced by the number of compliant Special Flight Operations Certificates held.

    Please send resume with covering letter to training@indrorobotics.com

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