Digital Aerial Solutions, LLC

Position: Pilot- Airborne Data Acquisition

Digital Aerial Solutions, LLC, Tampa, Florida is seeking a Pilot to perform professional flight duties involving ADS100 digital imagery and ALS80 LiDAR sensor data acquisition missions.  The successful candidate will be responsible for supporting mission planning, aircrew mobilization, weather analysis, airspace coordination and the safe operation of the company's Cessna twin engine 421C Golden Eagle and 441 Conquest II aircraft.  Pilot must also comply with FAA legal and professional standards for operation of aircraft under FAA CFR14 Part 91.

The pilot position is full-time salaried with major health and other benefits offered.  The successful candidate is required to work flexible hours and travel extensively on long deployments.

Minimums: High School Diploma and minimum of two years of college / technical training or equivalent experience. FAA Multi-engine Certificate, instrument rated and current 2nd Class Medical is required. The pilot must have a minimum of 2,000 hours total flight time with 500 hours multi-engine experience and a minimum 100 hours in the Cessna 421C and 441 Conquest II.

Company Background: Digital Aerial Solutions (DAS) Tampa, Florida provides precision digital aerial data acquisition services, image processing and commercial access to geo-spatial information products.  DAS employs the latest generation Leica ADS-100 and ALS80 LiDAR airborne digital sensor technology flown onboard a Cessna 441 Conquest-II and 421C pressurized aircraft equipped with airborne GPS, IMU and an onboard flight management system.  DAS serves engineering & architectural firms, the agricultural, environmental, natural resource, transportation, power and utility industries, as well as federal, state, county and local governments.

Digital Aerial Solutions has its corporate office in Riverview, Florida and is licensed by the State of Florida Board of Professional Surveyors and Mappers.

Please forward all correspondence of interest and resumes to my attention for consideration. Sincerely,

Michael Wasielewski, Chief Pilot