NOW HIGHERING

We Are Hiring:
Customer Support Technician / uav pilot 

This is a Permanent, Full-Time Post,
Australia

The sky’s the limit for your career at Microdrones. So: take to the skies with us – choose challenge over routine! Microdrones is an expanding, innovative company with branches in Germany, the US, and Canada.

Energetic. Innovative. Adventurous. Perceptive. Future oriented. Sound like you? Then we’ve got the right job for you! Microdrones offers a unique opportunity to work for an industry-leading company in a dynamic environment. Join us on our journey in the rapidly-growing aerospace industry with its infinite growth potential – become a Microdrones professional!

The pilot will be responsible for providing technical support to customers in Australia, maintaining and repairing equipment and conducting test and demonstration fights. The candidate will work in collaboration with colleagues in Australia and with Lead Support in Germany.

TASKS:
  • Customer Support:
    • Support customers in Australia and answer their questions
    • Perform flight demonstrations for future clients
    • Conduct ground and flight training for new clients
    • Maintaining and repairing equipment
  • Plan commercial UAV missions:
    • Analyze requests for commercial missions to highlight the relevant regulatory considerations
    • Review the regulatory considerations applicable to each mission
    • Create mission plans (flight plan and payload operation plan)
    • Prepare the equipment
  • Execute flight missions:
    • Operate Microdrones systems (md4-200, md4-1000, md4-3000)
    • Test, on the ground and in flight, systems / payloads for Quality Assurance
    • Test, on the ground and in flight, systems / payloads in support of development
    • Document the tasks performed in the Atlassian system (Jira / Confluence)
    • Gather aerial data
    • Prepare data for post-processing
YOUR SKILLS:
  • Qualification in one of the following: aircraft maintenance, manufacturing, avionics, electronics OR extensive equivalent work experience
  • Sound analytical and problem-solving skills
  • RePL multi rotor sub 25kg class
  • Sound knowledge of CASA Regulations
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Excellent organisational skills
  • Team player
  • Ability and willingness to travel throughout Australia, NZ and PNG
  • Unrestricted C class drivers license
  • An unrestricted right to work in Australia
  • Experience in aerial surveying, spatial data capture and processing

Only candidates selected for interviews will be contacted. 

Ready to Opt For a Challenge?

We are looking forward to your meaningful application – apply online through our application form now.