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Polar to hire 26 FOs

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First Officers
Category: First Officers
Type: Employee
Description: Are you ready to launch your career with a leading, scheduled air cargo carrier? If so, Polar Air Cargo has outstanding career opportunities at its JFK Station.

We are currently seeking twenty-six(26) First Officers. First Officers must have 3,500 hours total time and 1000 hours jet time or 2,000 Turbo-Prop. FAA Commercial/Multi-engine/Instrument License and FCC Radio-Telephone License. Must have FAA First Class Medical as well as U.S. Citizenship. Preferable, the First Office should have B747 Type Rating, FAA ATP, and 500 hours or more PIC DC-10, MD-11, L-1011 or other wide body aircraft. Also prefer current/qualified on B747-Classic or B747-400.

Polar Air Cargo offers competitive compensation and benefits including medical, dental, vision, prescription, life, disability, 401(k) with matching and bonus opportunities. We are proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer.

For immediate consideration, please fax your resume to (562) 528-7430, email to [email protected] or apply online at www.polaraircargo.com.

Location Jamaica , NY
 
What information is available regarding schedules? The last guy I talked to, a few months ago, told me he worked there for a year. The bottom line amounted to the fact that he was gone anywhere from 2 weeks to 2 months straight, taking his days off on the road, in different countries. This is great if you're single, but not for a guy with family.

Can anyone confirm or deny this info? I would like to hear from someone currently working the line. Thanks.

750Driver
 
I myself do not work there but for a similar carrier. It is pretty common to work two weeks on and then have two weeks off. Depending on the schedule you can have the last two weeks of one month and first two weeks of next month and be gone for one month at a time. Where I work this is pretty rare and I average 20 days a month at home. I have been gone for 30 days in a row and I have also been at home for 60 days in a row. It really depends on union and contract- I actually like being gone about 25 days a month but doesnt happen often with our company as it cost the company too much- Ive worked 26 days in a row in one month and my pay almost tripled. Its definitely is not for everyone.
 
I buddy of mine is in sim training at Polar and said that there are 2 schedules: 9 on 21 off or 16 on 14 off. By the way he had about 3500tt, 2000 turbine, 0 turbine pic when hired.
 

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