Netflix has private jets, believe it or not. We had no idea that they even existed but now we are here to tell you all about this amazing job opportunity.
If you are willing to work as a flight attendant on one of these private jets, you could stand to earn some real money. The role is already being advertised on the Netflix website, so you are going to want to act as quickly as possible.
The flight attendant that is chosen will have to be based out of Northern California and have the ability to lift at least 30 pounds. The selected flight attendant must also “be capable of long periods of standing” and have the ability to travel the world for extended periods. The aircraft in question is a Gulfstream G550 jet.
Netflix, which has provided all sorts of streaming smashes, is here to build on the success of shows like “Stranger Things,” “Bridgerton” and “Squid Games.” The top candidates are those that can handle “confidential air transportation”and move with a certain amount of discretion.
The company has yet to provide a specific compensation range but they have listed the overall market range for the position. Applicants can expect to make between $60,000 and $385,000. The level of compensation that the flight attendant receives will depend on their experience level.
Netflix adds in the job description that their ideal candidate will have professional training in cabin and passenger safety and aircraft emergency evacuation. They will also be expected to “embrace the Netflix culture of freedom and responsibility.”
The Netflix culture involves “operating with little direction and lots of self-motivation,” which is sure to appeal to the self-starters out there. This is all part of the quiet retooling that the company has been doing for the past year or so. After they noticed a slip on their subscriber numbers, they got to work immediately.
As Netflix continues to rebound from its temporary decline in subscriber numbers, we cannot wait to see who ends up getting this coveted job. We all deserve our chance to fly the friendly skies with our favorite streaming service!SKM: below-content placeholder