Professional Agricultural Turbine Aerial Applicator
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WETASKIWIN AERIAL APPLICATORS LTD., requires 1 qualified commercially licensed Professional Agricultural Turbine Aerial Applicator for the 2019 season to fly an Air Tractor 502B Turbine.
APPLICANTS MUST have 5 years or more experience, a minimum of 1000 hours turbine agricultural experience; AT502 experience; an excellent working knowledge of SATLOC GPS, must be acceptable by CAIR as insurable (accident free record); be a member of the CAAA and be proficient in numeracy and reading, writing, and speaking English. They must also be competent at task planning, organizing, decision making. Applicants must be physically able to perform a physically demanding job in a fast-paced environment.
CREDENTIALS: Canadian Commercial Pilots License, Alberta Aerial Pesticide License, Turbine Transition Training.
DUTIES: to fly a fixed wing turbine agricultural aircraft safely and efficiently with the SATLOC GPS flight computer, to work with customers to create spray orders, to work in a professional manner with ground support crews, to perform daily checks on a turbine powered aircraft, to keep work logs in an orderly fashion, to be available to work when conditions are optimum, to keep current Canadian Commercial Pilots License and provincial pesticide applicators license.
WAGES: Paid Monthly. Rate is $55.00 per hour, 40 hours per week, overtime with remuneration. Wages are based on acres sprayed. Acres sprayed in a season depend upon weather and farm economy. Bonuses based on performance. Workers Compensation coverage as required by law.
How to ApplyEMPLOYMENT TERM: Seasonal: Full Time from May 20, 2019 to September 15, 2019 APPLY BY: 15-Dec-2018. Only successful applicants meeting all requirements will be contacted. APPLICATIONS ACCEPTED THRU EMAIL OR MAIL ONLY. Wetaskiwin Aerial Applicators Ltd. Box 6116 Wetaskiwin, AB Canada T9A 2E8 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: www.wetaskiwinaerial.ca
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