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Looking for a full-time Excel SIC. MUST BE TYPED.
50K/year (it's actually a little higher, will explain to qualified candidates) + health insurance benefits.


-Must live in South Florida or be willing to relocate for an immediate position.

-MUST be type-rated CE560XL (we can not send for initial, however we can send to recurrent..time is the driving factor, but money matters too)

-Must be willing to live in an extremely nice area of Massachussetts from second week in June through early October (housing can be provided).

Good working environment and equipment. The owner is considering another, larger, aircraft so there is potential for growth and opportunity in the future. That carrot is not a guarantee; but a serious possibility.

We've been operating the last few months with 2 full-timers and 1 part-timer. We are turning it into 3 full-timers now so there will be dedicated time-off once the candidate is up and running.

PM if interested, thank you.
 

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50K and you have to move twice a year! Come on, if the guy has that kind of $$ and he is being cheap, it makes you wonder what else he is skimping on. The sad thing is someone will take this job on the promise of a G4 later. That will probably never happen. How does one live in south Florida and “an extremely nice area of Massachusetts” for 50K?
 

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This is a very good position and nobody should be deterred from that persons comment. There is no cost to the couple months in Massachussets other than an airline ticket back to Florida during your days off if you choose to airline back.

As far as the owner skimping this is for a super-light jet SIC, not a GIV captain...the company I work for is about as stable as one can be at this moment in time. PA44 has no facts because they are simply not true. Btw, no one will take this job "on the promise of a G4 later".....we aren't getting a GIV and we might not be getting anything. We have a low-time, well-maintained Excel of which we are hiring another pilot to make everybodys life-style better within the operation.

At a time jobs are pretty few and far between I hope I can help someone out. PA44....no need to apply.
 

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Looking for a full-time Excel SIC. MUST BE TYPED.
50K/year (it's actually a little higher, will explain to qualified candidates) + health insurance benefits.


-Must live in South Florida or be willing to relocate for an immediate position.

-MUST be type-rated CE560XL (we can not send for initial, however we can send to recurrent..time is the driving factor, but money matters too)

-Must be willing to live in an extremely nice area of Massachussetts from second week in June through early October (housing can be provided).

Good working environment and equipment. The owner is considering another, larger, aircraft so there is potential for growth and opportunity in the future. That carrot is not a guarantee; but a serious possibility.

We've been operating the last few months with 2 full-timers and 1 part-timer. We are turning it into 3 full-timers now so there will be dedicated time-off once the candidate is up and running.

PM if interested, thank you.
Cool of you to try and help someone find work.

Good on ya!
 

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50K a year is awesome for an SIC of a 20,000 lb jet.. I was an SIC on an XL and made 30K not long ago. That position should take less than a week to fill. I agree with the last post, very cool of you to post a flying position on this forum
 

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Tims,

Thanks for trying to give someone a chance at a job right now!

PA seems like a whiner anyway, ignore his stupid comments.

Best of luck finding a quality candidate.
 

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part timer

The part-timer was offered the full-time position. He is involved in a lot of other contract work that will conflict with a full-time schedule. He will still be doing Excel work as a fourth back-up. It was a tough decision for him not to go full-time but he'll be happier as a contract pilot.

Thanks for all the nicer comments than the first one.
 

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Pa44 = xxxx

I am staring at his resume right now from his application via climbto350.com. A 2000 tt pilot with very little jet time criticizing a solid position he could possibly have acquired if he tried to in a better fashion.

All I have to say is WoW.
even if that were his app, we try no to tred on giving away member I.D.'s or any info that might compromise them here, please keep that in mind.
 

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If your company is so great why do you have to ask on F.I. for a manual to the aircraft that you fly?
 
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TimsKeeper

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To FMS If I wanted to give his identity away I would of said his name, not his initials. I've had enough posts on this website to prove I'm not out to attack anybody. I can't let a disgruntled kid insinuate negative ideas about my company without defending it. If he wanted to be anonymous, don't put your resume under your nickname so you can be identified.


"If your company is so great why do you have to ask on F.I. for a manual to the aircraft that you fly?"-PA-44 Typed

My company has an Excel and a King Air. I asked about a Sovereign manual to borrow or to buy.
 

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you have every right to defend what seems like a decent entry level job, but the initials along with his experience gives away too much. You can PM him that you have his resume and then state in this thread that you do with out them. Sometimes it's permitted to use initials, such as when discussing the name of a MEC chairman or "popular" and "well known" figure at a particular airline, but not in this case.

Thanks
 

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I'll be more aware in the future. My apologies.
 

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Don't worry about it TK, if somebody wants to mouth off behind the safety of anonymous immunity, then they deserve to be called out. I commend you for keeping it real and putting this out on the forum. I know for sure that $50K+ for a South Florida FO slot is pretty respectable. I wish I had the type, I know I'm in PBI and BCT enough because my better half is based at BCT these days and I would love to be a little closer. Good luck.
 
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