Scientific Aviation is always growing. Some of our common openings include:
Our science pilots are reliable, experienced and trusted with the complex flight planning and navigation necessary for Scientific Aviation’s methods.
Proficient and current instrument & commercial rating.
Minimum of 250 total logged flight hours. Must possess a first or second-class medical. Must hold a valid Passport.
Flight scientists are responsible for the in-flight operation of a suite of scientific analyzers, and for the in-house analysis of scientific data.
At least a Bachelor’s degree in an atmospheric science-related field. Python and instrumentation experience a plus. Must be able to work in the US.
Our drone pilots are responsible for the on-site operation of UAV’s outfitted with scientific analyzers. Troubleshooting and skilled flying are key.
FAA Part 107 certification. Competent ability to navigate a variety of drone sizes in and near hazardous terrain and above-ground components.
We are not currently actively hiring.
However, if you believe you hold qualifications any of the above positions and are interested in applying, send an email with “Job Application: your name” in the subject line, including a cover letter and resume, to: