Complete Parachute Solutions (CPS) based in DeLand, Florida has a few positions open. If you’d like to work in the industry, perhaps one of those would suit you! More information below regarding what is available when this post is written, but please visit the CPS Employment page for latest updates. Contact email@example.com for more information or to apply.
Instructor: Responsible for adherence to all TTF SOP’s, USPA Safety and Training, and FAA Regulations. Ability to assist in the development of and provide input for training course curriculum and maintaining training records for assigned students. Individual should have the ability to communicate effectively with customers, co-workers, contractors and the general public, both orally and in writing. Ability to work independently, learn quickly and work under pressure also a must. Position includes possible world travels and long hours. Passport required. Qualifications: USPA qualifications to include Tandem, AFF, and Static Line Instructor required, Tandem Examiner, AFF Evaluator (recommended), Air-to-Air Video, Minimum (4) years Parachute Instructor, Military Freefall Parachutist, Instructor (preferred), Prior military service and training (preferred). Position is located at the CPS Tactical Training Facility in Coolidge, AZ. Salary is commensurate with experience.
PARA LOFT RIGGER
Para Loft Rigger: Inventory, clean, inspect, pack, maintain and store all personnel, cargo, bundle parachutes and associated air items equipment. Provides rigger training, pack in progress checks and assistance to TTF clients and staff. May perform duties as parachute malfunctions officer (if qualified) and equipment retrieval as required. Qualifications: Ability to communicate effectively with customers, co-workers, contractors and the general public, both orally and in writing. Ability to organize, analyze, interpret and evaluate problems and provide practical, cost-effective solutions. Proficiency in Outlook, Word and Excel are required. Ability to work independently, learn quickly and work under pressure. FAA Senior Rigger Certificate required. USPA qualifications to include Tandem, AFF, and Static Line Instructor recommended.
LOFT MANAGER – DELAND, FL
Loft Manager – DeLand, FL: Manage and track the receipt, movement, usage and shipment of all product and demo inventories. Supervise all loft activities and resources within the scope of receiving, inspection, assembling, warehousing and shipping, and participate when necessitated by workload. Responsible for regular, periodic physical inventories of product and demo gear inventory, and the accuracy thereof. Maintain currency of demo configurations, and compliance with all DOD contractual requirements, and import/export regulations, with respect to inspection, acceptance and shipping of products. Responsible for the facilities and maintenance requirements of the DeLand campus. Qualifications: Individual must be proficient in Microsoft Outlook, Word and Excel, and exhibit excellent written and oral communication skills. Prior supervisory experience is required. Experience with QuickBooks, Parachute Rigging, Shipping, Receiving and Inspection is preferred.
SALES ACCOUNT EXECUTIVE – DELAND, FL
Sales Account Executive – DeLand, FL: Develops and maintains favorable relationships with new and existing clients in order to increase revenue, exposure and consideration. Ensures that organizational products or services consistently meet client needs. Is responsible for providing sales quotations as well as sustaining and renewing client contracts. Explain and demonstrate the use of tactical parachuting and related equipment to current and potential customer accounts. Assist agents/distributors during the sales process. Support trade show and customer events when appropriate. Travel within the US and foreign countries as required.
Qualifications: Prior jumper experience is required (Military or Civilian); Proficiency in MS Outlook, Word, PowerPoint and Excel are required; Broad familiarity of the Parachute Industry and the leading tactical parachute suppliers; Broad understanding of tactical parachute hardware and training solutions; Maintain job specific certifications as necessary (i.e.: FAA Senior Rigger, Master Rigger, USPA Static Line rating, AFF rated, Tandem Master).
Skills / Abilities: Team player; Self-starter, self-motivated and ability to work independently; Strong verbal and written communication skills; Strong ability to multitask and manage multiple projects simultaneously; Ability to communicate effectively with customers, co-workers, contractors and the general public, both orally and in writing; Problem solver; Ability to learn processes and applications quickly and work under pressure.
Working Conditions: Up to 50% domestic and/or International travel with the remainder in the office.
Educational Requirements: Minimum High school diploma or GED; Prior Military service and training recommended.