The broadcasting giant is hiring cabin crew for its fleet of private jets. The pay is high. So are the requirements.
Hostess is still the dream job of many. However, this is often not due to payment. This is often very different. Salary varies by airline, type of contract, rank and many other factors. According to job search portal Stepstone, the average cabin wage is €36,400.
There is now a job advertised in the US that promises up to ten times the pay. Streaming giant Netflix is hiring cabin crew for its fleet of private jets. Anyone who works at Netflix and holds a management position not only enjoys a free account for the streaming service, but also has the privilege of being able to use Netflix privately — family members can, too.
Still a safety briefing
An annual salary of up to $385,000 (about €355,000) meets the position advertised. The final salary will be determined by a “wide range of compensation factors,” according to the announcement. The Live Service expects “independent judgment, good judgment, and outstanding customer service skills.” Appreciation is also important.
Applicants must also be able to “work with little instruction and a lot of self-motivation”. This means, among other things, purchasing all the necessary groceries and drinks for each flight as per the requirements of the premium passengers.
can lend a hand
On the ground, you sometimes have to help load the plane. She is expected to be able to lift weights of up to 30 lbs (about 13 kg). You must be able to handle long downtime and also be willing to work weekends and bank holidays. According to the tender, long trips shouldn’t be a problem either.
The platform is working Gulfstream G550 fleet. The machines provide room for up to 19 passengers with a maximum range of about 12,500 km. The cab is equipped with comfortable reclining seats or even full-size beds. Searching for San Jose, California.
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