Netflix Is Recruiting Flight Attendant With A Salary Of Up To $385K.

New Delhi: Netflix is reportedly hiring a flight attendant for one of its private jets- Super Midsize Jet, and supporting on Gulfstream G550 jet trips with a salary of up to $3,85,000 (about Rs 3 crore) a year. A new G550 jet sells for as much as $62mn, while Super Midsize Jets can cost a mere $7-12mn.

The job promises a huge salary for someone who can carry up to 30 lbs (13 kilograms), travel the world, stand for lengthy periods of time and perform ground duty at San Jose International Airport.

“They must be able to assist with purchasing aircraft stock prior to trips, ability to lift and carry up to 30 lbs when loading and stocking the aircraft, capable of long periods of standing, able to help with baggage loading as necessary,” the job posting read.

The professional, who will be assigned to a super midsize aircraft, will also be responsible for inspecting cabins, galleries, and cockpit emergency equipment, as well as conducting pre-flight safety briefings.

“This is a lead position for a Northern California-based Flight Attendant, and the right candidate will be professionally trained in cabin and passenger safety and aircraft emergency evacuation.” wrote Netflix in the job ad. Additionally, they must also have flight safety training that has been certified by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and the flexibility to work a varied schedule, including weekends and holiday periods.

According to Netflix, the appropriate candidate for the lead job as a Northern California-based Flight Attendant will embrace the Netflix culture of freedom and responsibility, functioning with minimal direction and lots of self-motivation.

Talking about the compensation, the streaming company mentioned, “We rely on market indicators to determine compensation and consider your specific job family, background, skills, and experience to get it right.”

Netflix also added that if the applicants wished, they could provide details about their ethnicity, sexual orientation, gender identity and disability saying that it is “completely voluntary”. However, it further went on to say, “This information will be used to help us know more about people who interview with us and ensure representation in who we consider.”

Netflix stocks fell to five-year lows in mid-2022, but have risen 60% in the last six months. Last year, Netflix went through two rounds of downsizing. At least 500 people were laid off. According to the corporation, the job layoffs were mostly caused by growing inflation and an economic slowdown.