Join the premier flight school in the Northwest! Averaging over 200 students Rainier Flight is a very active facility year round. We are always looking for enthusiastic people dedicated to superior customer service in a professional environment. Ideal candidates have a passion for aviation and enjoy their work because they accept responsibility for the success of the company. Competitive compensation and benefits appropriate to position.
Contact us to apply for any of the following positions:
Flight Instructors are responsible for providing high quality flight, ground and simulator instruction. Flight Instructors report to the Chief Flight Instructor.
Competitive Pay - Rainier Flight pays up to $30/hr including ground, flight and simulator instruction. Additional compensation for seminars, workshops and events. Bonuses available for student completions and Gold Seal certification.
Flexible Schedule - With over 150 students flying from 6 am to midnight, each instructor manages their own schedule for customer convenience, safety and efficiency.
Part 61/141 Curriculum - The structured Part 141 curricula and supporting training materials allow instructors to provide quality instruction to students. Part 61 courses follow the same syllabi, just without the FAA imposed limitations.
Standardized Procedures - Aircraft Standardization Manuals provide detailed information and explanations of procedures, maneuvers, and how to perform them.
Computerized Scheduling and Records - The electronic record-keeping system is designed to facilitate the management of aircraft, studemts, flight instructors, and required training records.
Standards and Safety - Every professional aviation organization places safety and standard operating procedures as two of their highest priorities. Rainier Flight has a dedicated Safety Manager and SMS to ensure the highest standards are maintained.
Networking Opportunities - Rainier Flight supports and participates in many industry events throughout the year. Employees are encouraged to participate and network with industry leaders to fulfill career goals.
Discounted Training - Instruction, aircraft and training materials available at reduced rates or free for continuing education, proficiency and obtaining additional ratings.
Line Service Technicians are responsible for supporting all ground operations for inbound and outbound aircraft, servicing aircraft and facilities and assisting multiple departments to maintain a clean and professional image. Line Service Technicians report to the General Manager.
Customer Service Representatives are responsible for anticipating customer needs and exceeding expectations in a friendly and professional manner. Customer Service Representatives report to the General Manager.