The Monsanto Global Flight Department Pilot intern position offers a challenging experience to aviation students. Interns gain an opportunity to observe and learn, during a "hands-on" experience with the daily activities of a Part 91 Global Flight Department.
What are some of the daily duties of a Pilot Intern?
Pilot Interns perform entry level duties and special projects related to the flight department, which may include:
• Participate and observe corporate flight operations from the flight deck
• Assisting other crewmembers in reviewing industry best practice
• Assisting with SMS process for safety recommendations and safety assurance
• Assisting with Safety Promotion efforts
• Processing safety event reports
• Participating in monthly Flight Safety meetings
• Attending and providing input to cross-departmental meetings
• Reviewing federal directives and advisory circulars
• Conducting airport risk assessments
• Involvement with company operation manual changes What are the minimum requirements to be a Flight Operations Safety and Standards Intern?
• Must be enrolled in a four (4) year college or university
• Sophomore status or higher towards a Bachelor in Aviation or related field.
• Must have a minimum of one semester remaining at the completion of the internship
• Must have at least a 3.0 GPA or higher
What other skills, knowledge, and qualifications are needed to be a Flight Operations Safety and Standards Intern?
• FAA Multiengine Commercial, Instrument Airplane Certificate preferred
• Basic Computer Skills
• Must pass a complete background check and pre-employment drug screen
A little about us:
At Monsanto, we believe that diverse perspectives solve big challenges and deliver a broad range of solutions to help nourish our growing world.