If you are a motivated, energetic and challenge driven individual who is eager to succeed then imagine a career with us. PAL Aerospace is a leader in international aerospace and defense design, development and operation of airborne surveillance aircraft and software. We provide a wide range of aviation and related services to domestic and international markets.
PAL Aerospace is currently looking for a Sensor Operator at our Curacao base.
You will perform such duties of Sensor Operator (SO) in a multi-crew environment conducting maritime patrol operations. Your primary duties and responsibilities will include, but are not limited to, the following:
Maintaining a tactical radar picture, in-flight planning, and operation of Electro-Optic/Infrared (EO/IR) sensors to detect and identify sea, air, and land contacts, as well as recording all information acquired during a surveillance mission.
Maintain proficiency and currency IAW sensor operator directives;
Organize, develop and deliver IMQT tactical crew training to the following occupations:
Sensor Operators: and
Fulfill ready one duties (on call);
Liaise with DCCG O&E team on all matters related to tactical crew training issues;
Subject Matter Expert on tactical crew training;
Maintain all training documentation related to IMQT training;
Research new innovative training approaches to IMQT training subject to Service Provider Responsibility;
Assist with audits under the direction of the PAL O&E representative;
Assist with tactical publication upkeep; and
Other duties as assigned.
Knowledge of airborne tactical navigation
Experience operating airborne mission systems
Experience operating radio and satellite communication systems
Military experience is considered an asset
Experience collaborating with international clients is considered an asset
Must be able to obtain required security clearances
Sensor Operator background with maritime patrol operations consistent with mission profiles in the Area of Operations.
Minimum of 2 years’ experience operating maritime search radars and EO/IR equipment in multi-crew surveillance aircraft.
Multimode radar experience to include:
Radar imaging interpretation;
Drug interdiction operations;
SAR operational planning and experience; and
Minimum (1) year sensor operator flight instruction experience.
Experience in flight instruction program design and delivery
Dash – 8 - aircraft experience preferred.
Experience dealing with international clients.
Proficient with Microsoft suite of products.
PAL is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Only those candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.