Take Your Career to New Heights

Working at Prime Jet is more than a job. It’s a chance to meet new and exciting people. Travel to faraway places. To become part of a team that works together and has fun together. To explore what’s possible and ask what’s next.

When you work at Prime Jet, you never know what adventure awaits next.

Prime Jet offers a complete benefits package that promotes,
long-term health and continued success


Comprehensive
Health Plan


Life & AD&D
Coverage


401(k) Plan w/ Employer Match

(immediate upon eligibility)


STD and LTD
Programs

Great People Make a Great Place to Work

At Prime Jet, we offer a fun and fast-paced work environment where everyone is treated like family. We operate around core fundamentals that guide us in providing our clients with world-class customer service and ensuring our team members receive the dignity and respect they deserve.

We’re not looking for individuals simply seeking a paycheck. We’re interested in those passionate about the aviation industry who never stop looking to grow and learn along the way. Join us to discover where a career with Prime Jet can take you.

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Prime Jet Offices

We’re Right Around the Corner


8123 InterPort Blvd. Suite H
Englewood, CO 80112

COLORADO


16101 Saticoy St.
Van Nuys, CA 91406

CALIFORNIA

Open Positions

Summary of position:

Prime Jet Cabin hosts are the face of the company they will ultimately spend the most face time with passengers. Prime Jet Cabin Hosts must portray a level of professionalism when working with clients, brokers and customer service representatives. Cabin hosts are responsible for all aspects of the In- Flight experience for passengers: supplying all catering needs and special requests, serving the passengers in a professional manner, attending to all passenger needs, maintaining a clean organized cabin and ensuring the Pilots are attended to. They must ensure the aircraft is fully stocked, clean and charter ready at all times.

Skills & Requirements:

  • Must be at least 21 years old, with a valid passport.
  • Must have prior service experience (bartending, waitressing, hosting). 1-year Cabin Host experience preferred, but not a requirement.
  • International work or travel experience preferred, but not a requirement.
  • Must be willing to work long hours, be flexible with the work schedule and be able to work with many different personalities.
  • Preferred that candidates live within 1 hour of their assigned base Van Nuys, Teterboro or Opa-Locka.
  • Must have Corporate Cabin Host certificate (FACTS, HRD, Flight Safety, CAPS) and current CPR certification.
  • Background in Customer Service. Friendly, outgoing, energetic personality.
  • Must have experience with Microsoft 365

Summary of position:

The Maintenance Manager has the overall reporting responsibilities to the Director of Maintenance and Chief Inspector. This position will be responsible for ensuring all aspects of airworthiness of the certificate holders (Prime Jet) aircraft, as assigned to include monitoring quality and efficiency of maintenance.

Skills & Requirements:

  • Must hold and maintain FAA Airframe and Powerplant Certificate (A&P).
  • Minimum of 10 years of inspection, troubleshooting and repair of large category transport aircraft. (Exception – an individual that has been a pilot on that aircraft type for more than 10 years, has been to a OEM initial training course for that airframe and has an Airframe and Powerplant license.)
  • Experienced in Embraer (ERJ-135, ERJ-145, and/or Legacy 600/650) airframes and related powerplants.
  • Experience in providing budgets and projections of corporate aircraft for scheduled, nonscheduled and interior upkeep or required modifications.
  • Detail oriented, with excellent organizational and task management skills.
  • Must be proficient with a computer and have a thorough understanding of Microsoft 365.
  • Experience with CAMP, CMP, or other maintenance specific applications.
  • Must be able to work weekends.
  • Must be able to travel for training or other company requirements.
  • Clean DMV record, valid US Drivers License and valid US Passport required.

Summary of position:

The Pilot-in-Command has command of, and the responsibility for, the aircraft safety and security, flight crew, passengers, cargo and the safe conduct of the flight. The PIC provides guidance and coordination of the activities of every individual connected with all phases of the aircraft operation. He also addresses any questions or concerns of crewmembers that relate to the safety of the flight. The PIC retains the final authority for the safe operation of the aircraft. (FAR 91.3)

Skills & Requirements:

  • Must pass a pre-employment drug test prior to being offered a position.
  • Must be a team player and leader.
  • Must be able to communicate effectively both verbally and in email communication.
  • Provide extraordinary customer service experience for the passengers.
  • Must be highly knowledgeable of and operate the aircraft IAW the General Operations Manual, Federal Aviation Regulations, operations specifications, aircraft flight manuals, and other instructions.
  • Directs the activities of the Second-in-Command ensuring that the flight crew members understand fully and completely what duties they are expected to perform.
  • Ensures that the assigned aircraft is airworthy, that all required documents are on board, and a preflight inspection is accomplished before each departure.
  • Must have experience with Microsoft 365

Required documents:

  • ATP Certificate
  • First Class Medical Certificate
  • Radiotelephone License
  • A valid, unexpired US Passport
  • The PIC must meet the following criteria:
  • Minimum Total Hours in Class (Multi-Engine) 2000
  • Minimum PIC hours in Class (Multi-Engine) 1800
  • Minimum Total Hours in Category (Fixed-Wing) 3000
  • Minimum PIC Hours in Category (Fixed-Wing) 2000
  • Minimum Total Hours 3500
  • Minimum PIC hours 2000
  • Minimum Instrument Hours 250
  • Minimum Turbine Hours 1750
  • Minimum Total Hours in Type 200
  • Minimum PIC Hours in Type 100

Summary of position:

The Second-in-Command works closely with the Pilot-in-Command to ensure safe flight operations.
The SIC is an integral part of the flight crew and is obligated to bring to the attention of the PIC any questions or concerns related to the safety of the flight.

Skills & Requirements:

  • Must pass a pre-employment drug test prior to being offered a position.
  • Must be able to communicate effectively both verbally and in email communication.
  • Provide extraordinary customer service experience for the passengers.
  • Ability to support the Safety Management System by identifying and reporting safety hazards and issues.
  • Must be highly knowledgeable of the general operations manual, company manual, Federal Aviation Regulations, operations specifications, flight manuals, and other instructions pertinent to assigned duties.
  • Must keep up to date on any GOM revisions including duties and responsibilities.
  • Must have experience with Microsoft 365

Required documents:

  • ATP Certificate
  • First Class Medical Certificate
  • Radiotelephone License
  • A valid, unexpired US Passport

The SIC must meet the following criteria:

  • Minimum Total Hours in Class (Multi-Engine) 500
  • Minimum PIC hours in Class (Multi-Engine) 0
  • Minimum Total Hours in Category (Fixed-Wing) 1000
  • Minimum PIC Hours in Category (Fixed-Wing) 0
  • Minimum Total Hours 1500
  • Minimum PIC hours 0
  • Minimum Instrument Hours 75
  • Minimum Turbine Hours 0
  • Minimum Total Hours in Type 50
  • Minimum PIC Hours in Type 0

Summary of position:

The selected candidate will be a part of an exciting and growing private aviation company with a positive inclusive culture of hardworking professionals.

Safety and quality are priorities for Prime Jet, it is our culture and part of everyday operations.

We invite pilots who meet the (below) listed EXPERIENCE AND REQUIREMENTS to apply:

Experience & Requirements:

  • 3500 Total Hours
  • 2000 Minimum Total Hours in Class (Multi-Engine)
  • 2000 Minimum PIC Hours
  • 1750 Minimum Turbine Hours
  • ERJ-145 type rating REQUIRED
  • 200+ Hours in ERJ-145
  • Ability to obtain and maintain CANPASS authorization for unrestricted travel to/from Canada as a commercial pilot.
  • Ability to be compliant with ICAO Annex I – 2.1.10 as it pertains to aircraft engaged in international commercial air transport operations, with more than one pilot.
  • Must be a team player.
  • Must have experience with Microsoft 365
  • Must pass a pre-employment drug test prior to being offered a position.
  • Must reside within 1.5 hours driving distance from a major airport.
  • Must be able to work a 15 on/ 13 schedule.Part 135 experience preferred.

Required documents:

  • ATP Certificate
  • First Class Medical Certificate
  • Radiotelephone License
  • A valid, unexpired US Passport

Prime Jet offers a comprehensive benefits package, which includes:

  • Competitive Salary
  • Company paid Employee medical, dental, basic life/AD&D and STD insurances.
  • Vision, dependent health coverage, supplemental life/AD&D and LTD coverages.
  • 401(k) retirement savings plan, with employer match and 100% vesting upon eligibility.
  • Generous uniform allowance
  • Per diem
  • Annual bonus eligibility

Salary Range – $180K – $200K

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