Flexjet is Hiring!

EdAtTheAirport

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I think the discussion of NJ vs FJ is as it should be. Our guys think we're the better place to work; their guys think they are. That's Perfect! I think we have the best bunch of guys/gals to fly with, then again, I haven't run into a NJ pilot who I didn't like, either. (Same goes for Flops and CS).

If there is a difference between us, I can say that regular 7-day rotations at NJ would kill me. In addition, since we're a smaller group, we actually get to know almost all of our crewmates. I spoke to a NJ pilot who said that they never fly with the same guy twice - probably an exaggeration, but I get the point.

So like someone else said, it's whatever floats your boat. You should like working for either one of us.

And yes, I believe we both have training contracts.
 

softail99

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What does it itake?

I sent in my resume with Over 10,000 hours with 3 type ratings. Heard nothing back. Just what the hell do you need to get an interview there? They can't need people that bad if they wont look at my stuff. No accidents, incidents and plenty of qualifications. Maybe they don't like gray hair. Yep! that's got to be it!
 

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I don't know how you have sent in your information, but try just faxing you resume to Karen. You do not need to send a cover letter, just the resume.

Good Luck.
 

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Maybe they don't like gray hair. Yep! that's got to be it!
A year ago, in my new hire class of 8, there were 2 guys in their 50's.

and as far as traingin contracts go, there is one, although I don't know how enforced it is. Of the 8, only 3 of us are left. I think they are more concerened about people getting a type and then bailing the next day.
 

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Quoted...."Will they waive their multi engine time requirement / turbine time? I dont have enough, but I can pile it here and pile it there pretty well."

No, they will not waive any of the minimum times. It is written in the owner's contract. The only exception to the minimums is the ATP. The written will suffice because you can get the ATP when you are typed.
 

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Referral vs. Recommendation

CL300Pilot.....call Karen and ask her. She'll tell you the same thing I said in my other reply.
One other thing....referring and recommending are two different topics. I refer pilots who are qualified and interested in working for Flexjet. I recommend people who I have a personal relationship with and who I can vouch for. There is a difference! I am entitled to a bonus for those I recommend. However, I do not expect a bonus for those who I help on FlightInfo.

Just wanted to clear that up!
 
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How about Karen's e-mail address?

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Excellent, thanks

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Club ORD FO

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But the address is wrong on that page. It's Richardson TX, not Dallas.
 

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Update

Here’s the latest….they are looking to fill 20 positions ASAP and still forecasting a total of 100 before year-end. The hiring is due to fleet growth, business growth and attrition. As far as the pay increases that someone else mentioned in another thread, those questions should be addressed with Human Resources until they make it public. Keep your eyes on airlinepilotcentral.com (http://airlinepilotcentral.com/airlines/fractional/flexjet.html) for the new salary grid. The old info is still on there.

For those of you that sent me your resume, please advise if/when you hear something from Karen Parr. If you haven’t heard anything, be patient. She has been out of the office for the past several days, but will return tomorrow. It may take a week or two for her to respond. Once I send her a resume, matters are in her hands but feel free to ask me questions or post them on the board. Lastly, use the search feature...there is a lot of info out there posted on this board.

Also, be patient for a response if you send me a message. I’ll be flying for the next several days.

Good luck!
 
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Rouge Warrior

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Skydan sent mine in and I interview the 29th of May, she wanted me to come in Monday but i couldn't make it in until the 29th. Hiring for classes at the end of may into several types.

Thanks Danny
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Interview

Skydan sent mine in and I interview the 29th of May, she wanted me to come in Monday but i couldn't make it in until the 29th. Hiring for classes at the end of may into several types.

Thanks Danny
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Glad you got the call, Rouge Warrior! Please PM me so I know who you are.

skydan5
 

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Interview?

Skydan sent mine in and I interview the 29th of May, she wanted me to come in Monday but i couldn't make it in until the 29th. Hiring for classes at the end of may into several types.

Thanks Danny
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Has anyone who sent me their resume received a call for an interview other than "Rouge Warrior"?
 

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Got the call today for the interview. I guess I didn't go through anybody here, but none the less...GOT THE CALL!
 

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Cheers Forum Squadron Members:

I took skydan5 up on his offer as another forum member forwarded me his posting one to two weeks ago. He followed up immediately with an email and ultimately a phone call thereby answering any questions I had as well as providing solid and reliable company information. All of this resulted in a phone call from FLEXJETS H.R. representative, Karen Parr yesterday (16 May) which was easy and very friendly. I am extremely appreciative of the time spent to help me out and the follow through on my behalf. I really hope to be able to fly with people like this and I must admit that I love the Bombardier product especially the CL300!
 
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