Aerial Survey Pilot
How long have you been flying?
Where do you live?
What makes Sol a special place to work?
Working with a group of people who all strive to be the best at what they do and never stop working to improve.
Which of our company values (Safety, Hard Work, Integrity, The Little Things Matter) resonates the most with you?
Hard Work, while on the road this job can be a lot of work but it’s also a lot of fun! And the time off gives you a lot of flexibility to enjoy yourself.
What do you like most about your job?
Being able to travel the country and see all of the different places it has to offer.
What is your favorite way to spend a day off?
Exploring whatever city I am in and finding all of the cool places to hike.
What excites you about our work?
You never know what new adventure you will be on next time you go out on the road.
What makes Sol stand out from the competition?
Everyone at Sol is always pushing to be the best that they personally can be and also working together to make the company the best that it can be.
Favorite cuisine? (obvious answer is chipotle)
I’ve always loved fresh fish and other seafood from the Hood Canal back home
What are the first three things on your bucket list?
Flying trip to Alaska, climb Mt. Rainier, and travel to all of the national parks.
What was your first job, did you like it?
Working in an aircraft restoration shop, it was an awesome job that got me a lot of great experience with aircraft
Where would it be and why if you could live anywhere in the world?
The Pacific Northwest, I grew up there and after traveling all around the country I still haven’t found another area that is better for everything I enjoy doing
What or who is your inspiration? Why so?
My grandfather worked for Boeing, Grumman, and a few other aircraft manufacturers as an engineer. His love for aviation was passed on through my dad to me and led to where I am today.
If you could only eat one meal for the rest of your life what would it be?
Chipotle burrito bowls of course.