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Company/Organization: New Orleans Aerial Tours and Flight Training
Position: Pilot-Fixed Wing
Job Type: Permanent
Posted: 8/12/2019 5:01:52 PM
should you choose to fly with New Orleans Aerial Tours Flight Training?
We're small, but successful. We're enthusiastic. And we're fun!
NOAT FT we work hard to see our students succeed, and we are in the process
of expanding our fleet to include a multi-engine airplane. We are looking for
outgoing, dependable, and adaptable pilots that have a passion for safe
aviation (flying and teaching).
would you think if your workday went like this?
Your first student of the
day is an early riser, so you come in to a quiet office, start a cup of coffee,
and grab their training record to prepare. By the time you're done flying with
them the office is buzzing, and both you and your student are greeted happily
as you walk back inside. Your student reschedules for later in the week and
heads out, excited for their next lesson. Throughout the rest of your day you
teach two more lessons, show off our fleet to a potential new student, and take
some New Orleans visitors up for a romantic aerial tour over the city (and
score a nice tip from them in the meantime). You check your schedule for
tomorrow, glad that you get to do what you love every day, and head out with
waves and goodbyes from the rest of your crew.
Pay and Benefits:
- $27 per hour for dual and
- Choose Your Own Employment
Plan: Guaranteed Hours or Sign-On Bonus (to be paid in increments)
- Bonuses for after-hours
- Bonuses for first time Part
141 FAA Practical Passes
- Paid standardization class
- 300+ days of great flying
- Closed all major holidays
- Build experience as SIC in
King Air Phenom
- These items can be negotiated: W-2 or 1099,
Health Benefits in 2nd Year, Paid Time Off in 2nd Year
- Advancement opportunities
- High volume training to
build hours quickly
- One full day off per week
- On-site mechanic to keep you
New Orleans Aerial Tours Flight Training, we don't mind if you're just
looking to build your hours to get to the airlines, but we can also provide
long-term career stability and advancement opportunities to keep you closer to
home. We currently have 50+ students and get inquiries daily. So, if you're a team player and are ready to work, we'd love to talk to
you. Submit your resume and cover letter today!
- FAA Certified Flight
Instructor Ratings: CFI, CFII, and MEI required
- 250 hours dual given
- Valid 2nd Class Medical
- Current Flight Review, Night
Currency, and IPC
- Exceptional communication
skills and capability to follow written/verbal instructions and documented
- Ability to deliver excellent
- Pre-employment drug screen
- No aircraft accident or
- Eligible to work in the U.S.
- Schedule flexibility,
weekends are a MUST #8211; We fly 7 days a week and our students (and tour guests)
are very important to us, so we strive to be flexible to meet their needs.