UAV & Training Standards Coordinator

Drones - Delivery & Logistics
£40,000 - £60,000 + benefits

UAV & Training Standards Coordinator

Drone Manufacturer


£40,000-£60,000 doe

Airbotics Talent are excited to partner with Windracers in the growth of their UAV Operator and Training Standards teams.

About Windracers

Windracers are a leading autonomous drone solutions business that design, manufacture and operate their innovative logistics platform across the delivery, humanitarian aid, defence, and environmental sectors.

Windracers are pioneers in their field having achieved -

• The first BVLOS autonomous drone flight in the UK

• The first ever fixed-wing pilotless UAV to land on an aircraft carrier

• Financial Times Tech Champion 2023 Winner for Logistics

The Role

Windracers are e looking for someone with a keen interest in flying UAVs, teaching others to fly and supporting related development.

Working within the Training Standards operations work stream, this role is responsible for the instruction of both ground and airborne flights. With a focus on UAV piloting, training, compliance, and continuous improvement the role will work to create written materials such as manuals and enhance education and compliance surrounding safety and operating standards with an adherence to operational and company procedures.

This role requires a flexible approach to both domestics and international travel with potential weekend working due to its operational fly requirements. Typically, 60% plus of this role will be out in the field.

The Person

This role would suit someone with crewed aviation or pilot training experience from a military or comparable background. You should have a passion for learning and a desire to impart your knowledge onto others.


• A passion for aviation technology

• Experience in drone piloting with 3+ years experience within a professional flying operations environment. ATPL, military wing within crewed aviation (or equivalent)

• Right to work in the UK

• Ability to develop a training syllabus and material as well as deliver and teach / mentor other UAV Pilots and Operators

• Confident in risks assessment and safety management, and the ability to apply them to drone operations

• The ability to spend time away from home in the field, both domestically or internationally, for up to 4 weeks at a time


• Prior manned or fixed-wing remote controlled aircraft

• Experience with UAV specific platforms and software

• Familiarity with the current UAV regulatory landscape

We are looking to start the shortlisting process immediately, so if interested please submit your application with attached CV today for consideration.

Applications close on 30 January 2024. Please note, face to face interviews with take part in Southampton on 19 February 2024.

Airbotics Talent are committed to providing Equal Employment Opportunities. All candidates sourced and submitted to our clients are based solely on suitability to our clients requirements without prejudice of age, sexual orientation, gender, religion, nationality, ethnic origin, disability, medical history, veteran or military status or marital status.

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