Jet Support Services, Inc.
Jet Support Services, Inc. (JSSI) is seeking a well-qualified Fleet Pricing Financial Analyst to be based in our Chicago Corporate Headquarters.
Founded in 1989, Jet Support Services, Inc. (JSSI) is the world’s largest independent provider of hourly cost maintenance programs for aircraft engines and airframes. JSSI provides its clients with comprehensive, flexible and affordable financial tools for managing the often unpredictable costs of
operating and maintaining nearly all types of turbine-powered aircraft, including jets, turbo-props and helicopters. JSSI serves clients around the world by managing maintenance services through its international network of technical advisors.
JSSI is a global organization with additional locations in South America, Europe, Asia, Africa and the Middle East.
JSSI is experiencing unprecedented growth and has created a vital new role within our organization to support new fleet opportunities. Reporting to the Vice President Pricing & Program Development, this role will support a key strategic growth initiative in the commercial and regional airline markets on a global basis.
The Fleet Pricing Financial Analyst will develop pricing and financial modeling of various unique fleet programs for JSSI, in collaboration with Pricing, Sales, and the SVP Business Development and Strategic Planning.
NetJets - Line Maintenance Planner
The Line Maintenance Planner plans overnight maintenance to reduce the impact of aircraft maintenance on the Operation. The Line Maintenance Planner is responsible for coordinating logistical requrements to successfully accomplish maintenance, including vendor capabilities, technician availability and appropriate skill sets, parts, tooling, and routing of the aircraft. The Line Maintenance Planner coordinates planning activities with Scheduling, Line Station Managers, vendors, Materials, MCC, and Base Planning. The Line Maintenance Planner ensures that all maintenance requirements are complied with in accordance with NetJets Approved Aircraft Inspection Programs, Continuous Inspection Programs, or Regulatory Requirements and company requirements.
Is appointed and empowered by the aircraft certificate holders' Director of Maintenance (DOM) to conduct designated functions of the DOM office.
Plans overnight maintenance to meet operational needs, maximize yield on inspection requirements, minimize cost, while ensuring the company stays compliant with regulatory requirements. Planning activities require coordinating with Scheduling, Line Station Managers, vendors, Materials, MCC, and Base Planning.
Coordinates logistical requirements to successfully accomplish maintenance, including vendor capabilities, technician availability and appropriate skill sets, parts, tooling, and routing of the aircraft.
Ensures proper loading of locations in our Line Station network to avoid overloading vendors while avoiding unused labor.
Prioritizes work at Line Stations to ensure the aircraft that are worked overnight provide an optimal available fleet mix for the following day.
- High School Graduate
- Related Work Experience: 2-4 years
- Working knowledge of Microsoft Office applications.
- Basic math skills (Algebra or better).
- The ability to read, write, and understand the English language.
- Excellent written and oral communications skills.
- Previous maintenance planning/scheduling experience. (DESIRABLE)
- Avionics or electrical troubleshooting courses. (DESIRABLE)
- Aircraft systems troubleshooting courses. (DESIRABLE)
- A minimum of 2 years hands-on experience on commercial or corporate jet aircraft. (DESIRABLE)
Equal Opportunity Employer Minorities/Women/Protected Veterans/Disabled
Send resume to email@example.com and/or apply online @ NetJets.com. Click on "More" in the upper right hand corner to find the careers link.
U.S. Navy Aviator & Naval Flight Officer
Search for underwater threats. Deliver payloads of incredible firepower or necessary manpower. Execute strategic aerial maneuvers anywhere from the stratosphere to just hundreds of feet above the sea. This is just a glimpse of your career as a Naval Aviator. You also may find yourself:
Flying some of the most innovative and high-tech aircraft in the world
Providing vital attack, defense and logistic support to the Fleet
Controlling and maintaining all internal and external aircraft systems
Responsibilities and Duties
Navy Pilots and Naval Flight Officers (NFOs) are important components in an exclusive, world-class group of Officers. This job will require you to perform at the best of your ability at all times. Making use of your advanced training and unparalleled knowledge to provide the utmost safety and security in the world’s skies.
As a Pilot, you may:
- Take part in antisubmarine warfare and mine countermeasures, as well as search and rescue operations and vertical replenishment missions
- Receive specialized training on the advanced tactical systems found on Navy aircraft
- Conduct enemy surveillance by collecting photographic intelligence
As an NFO, you may:
- Study aerodynamics, aircraft engine systems, meteorology, navigation, flight planning and flight safety
- Train and specialize in EA-6B Prowler electronic countermeasures aircraft, F/A-18 Hornet and Super Hornet jet fighters, E-2C Hawkeye early warning and control aircraft, and the new P-8A Poseidon antisubmarine aircraft
- Electronically detect and track ships, submarines, aircraft and missiles
Qualifications and Skills
- Must be a US Citizen.
- Cannot be older than 26 years old.
- Must have or be within 12 months of obtaining an undergraduate degree from a regionally or nationally accredited program.
- Must have at least a 2.5 GPA on a 4.0 scale (3.0 is competitive)
- No current drug use, to include marijuana.
- Competitive salary
- Active duty military health and dental benefits.
- Basic Allowances for Housing and Sustenance.
- Educational incentives and opportunities
Contact Lieutenant Rocky Hogue at 614-753-9307 for more information.
Baron 58 PIC / Lear 35 SIC - Columbus, OH
AirNet II is a renowned aviation leader and part of the Kalitta family of companies, specializing in scheduled and on-demand cargo charter services. Fast track your career and gain valuable flying experience by joining our team! We are searching for a highly-motivated Baron 58 PIC that will also fly our Lear 35’s as an SIC.
The position will be based in Columbus, OH (LCK). Operating a fleet of Beechcraft Barons and Bombardier Learjets, AirNet II is a premier provider of industries that require immediate turn-time and specialized handling.
- Competitive salary
- Medical/Dental/Vision insurance
- Vacation/sick time
- Per diem
- Sign-on/Retention bonus
- Yearly merit increases
- 401K with company match
- Aviation Safety Action Program (ASAP)
- Will provide a Lear 35 SIC type rating
- 1000 hrs. total time
- Hold at least a commercial pilot certificate w/ instrument rating • Must reside or be willing to relocate within 1 hr. of LCK
- Must be able to obtain and hold a First Class Medical
- FCC Restricted Radiotelephone Operator Permit
- Valid passport
- Driver’s license
- Must be eligible to work in the United States
- Must be able to lift 70 lbs.
Candidates will be evaluated on attitude and safe, professional operation of aircraft and must exhibit strong interpersonal service skills. All candidates must be able to pass an extensive background check.
United States Air Force - Various Aviator Positions
Students with a 2.5 cumulative GPA or higher, and are within 12 months of graduation or have already graduated (27 age limit) are eligible to apply. Any academic background may apply, yet engineering students naturally excel in aviation career fields.
Unlike civilian employers, the Air Force establishes an annual application deadline. The annual deadline is at the end of each fiscal year, June 30th. Missing the deadline essential postpones the opportunity for an entire year. There is a very simple (but not overnight) process to apply for an aviation career field(s) in the Air Force. This process includes:
- Paperwork (credit check, medical prescreen, resume, 3 letters of recommendation, official college transcripts)
- Testing (Air Force Officer Qualifying Test, Test of Basic Aviation Skills)
- Interview with military officer
Students who are interested should begin the application as soon as possible, because both the Air Force Officer Qualifying Test (AFOQT) and Test of Basic Aviation Skills (TBAS) is offered pending proctor availability at separate testing centers. Moreover, testing is typically administered on a first-come, first-served basis.
Below you find the four aviation career fields the Air Force offers. Applicants may apply for as few as one, or any many as all four career fields.
- Pilot, Traditional Aircraft http://www.airforce.com/careers/detail/pilot
- Pilot, Remotely Piloted Aircraft (i.e. - drones) http://www.airforce.com/careers/detail/pilot
- Combat Systems Officer http://www.airforce.com/careers/detail/combat-systems-officer-cso
- Air Battle Manager http://www.airforce.com/careers/detail/air-battle-manager-abm
For more information, contact: Jermaine L. Johnson, SSgt, USAF
firstname.lastname@example.org (614) 361-4683 / (937) 601-USAF