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Responsibilities
The flight crewmember's primary responsibility is to ensure the safety and comfort of our customers. The primary duty of the first officer is to assist the captain to assure that the required preparations and termination of the flight is conducted smoothly and efficiently in accordance with company and regulatory requirements.

Domiciles
After successful completion of training, you will be assigned to either St. Louis, Chicago O'Hare, or Raleigh as a domicile. When assigned to a domicile that is not your choice, you are able to bid monthly for the domicile of your choice.

Background
All offers of employment are subject to completion of an FAA background check, drug and alcohol screening, DOT background, fingerprinting, criminal history and national driver's record check.

Drug and Alcohol Testing
All offers of employment are subject to successful completion of drug and alcohol screening paid for by GoJet Airlines. Some medications may be subject to FAA approval.

Uniforms
Uniforms are required to be worn while on duty and will be ordered during training.

Citizenship

  • You must be a US citizen or possess permanent residents Visa.
    • GoJet Airlines cannot sponsor individuals or assist in obtaining a US Visa.
  • Must possess a valid driver's license.
  • You must possess the legal right to work in the United States and have the right to travel to/from cities and countries that are served by GoJet Airlines.
  • Able to read, write and converse fluently in English.

Canadian Clearance

No flight crew member who has been convicted of any criminal offense within the past ten years that prohibit him/her of gaining Canadian clearance will be hired for a flight job. Flight crew member is responsible to apply and receive a waiver indicating that he/she is eligible to enter into Canada before being considered for employment.

Qualifications

  • Be at least 21 years of age
  • High School Diploma or Associate Degree, Bachelor Degree is preferred.
  • FAA Commercial-Instrument-Multi-Engine Land Ratings
  • Airline Pilot Certificate (ATP) is preferred
  • Pilot Certificate ICAO English Language Proficiency Endorsement
  • Current FAA First Class Medical
  • Current Passport
  • FCC Restricted Radio-Telephone Operator Permit/License
  • Valid Driver’s License
  • Passing score on ATP Written prior to the start of any new hire training with GoJet Airlines
  • Able to comply with FAR 61.159 the ATP certificate or FAR 61.160 for the restricted ATP

Experience

To be considered for a Flight Crew position with GoJet Airlines, applicants must have:

  • Aeronautical Experience as defined in FAR 61.159 to include:
  • Commercial Pilot Certification with multi-engine and instrument ratings
  • Total flight time of 1500 hours
  • 500 Cross Country Flight time
  • 250 hours fixed wing PIC
  • 100 hours of Cross Country as PIC
  • 100 hours of Night Flight time
  • 75 hours of Instrument Time (actual or simulated: 50 hours must be in airplanes)
  • 50 hours of Multi-Engine fixed wing flight time
  • A minimum of 25 flight hours within the last 6 months unless you have previous Part 121 experience or a prior military pilot.
  • Eligibility for a Restricted privilege Airline Pilot Certificate (ATP) FAR 61.160:
    • 750 hours when a military pilot complies with FAR 61.160(a) (1) (2)
    • 1,000 hours for a graduate who holds a bachelor’s degree with aviation major and meets the remaining requirements of FAR 61.160 (b)
    • 1,250 hours for a graduate who holds an associate degree with an aviation major and meets the remaining requirements of FAR 61.160 (c); and
    • 1,250 hours for a graduate who holds a bachelor’s degree with aviation major and meets the remaining requirements of FAR 61.160 (d)
    • To serve as PIC at GoJet Airlines a minimum of 1,000 hours in air carrier operations is required

Physical
You must have a current first class medical certificate

Height
Sufficient to operate all controls

Weight
In proportion to height

Training

Initial flight crew training courses are conducted at the GoJet Airlines Training Center and Flight Safety International located in St. Louis, Missouri. GoJet Airlines utilizes highly sophisticated simulators, teaching devices and instructor techniques in the ground and flight training curriculums. Transportation to training is the responsibility of the candidate. During training housing is provided. The first week of indoctrination you will be entered into the Cockpit Access Security System (CASS) allowing you the privilege of jump seating with airlines who reciprocate an agreement with GoJet Airlines.

Compensation
You will receive salary while in training. Upon completion of training and assignment to a domicile, you will be paid an hourly rate times a guaranteed number of hours. A per-diem allowance is paid for each hour spent away from your domicile.

Company Benefits

  • Paid Training
  • Flight Benefits
  • Life Insurance
  • Medical Insurance w/ Prescription Benefits
  • Dental Insurance
  • Long-Term Disability Insurance
  • Company-Sponsored 401K Program
  • Paid Vacation
  • Discounts on Hotels, Cruises and Car Rentals

To Apply: An application for employment with GoJet Airlines must be submitted through AirlineApps.com. Create an account with airline apps to begin the process. If you are already a member of Airline Apps, sign into your account and add GoJet to your “Target” listing and GoJet addendum section so we can review your application without delay. Applications to Airline Apps may be submitted free of charge. A fee may be charged if you wish to join Airline Apps for their added features.

 
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