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Bearhawk23
12-01-2019, 07:29 PM
Hey All,

I've been trying to get more up to date info on Grant since I've done a fair bit of research into there past but there isn't really to much new information.

Are there any Grant pilots on here who wouldn't mind chatting about working up there? Or who might have some contact info for JR or someone on the HR team? I know in the past Grant wasn't the best about taking care of there pilots but it seems like from a post in 2017 they were trying there best to make some improvements. So, I was wondering whats been done and if there still looking for pilots now a days?


alaskadrifter
12-06-2019, 02:11 PM
Hey All,

I've been trying to get more up to date info on Grant since I've done a fair bit of research into there past but there isn't really to much new information.

Are there any Grant pilots on here who wouldn't mind chatting about working up there? Or who might have some contact info for JR or someone on the HR team? I know in the past Grant wasn't the best about taking care of there pilots but it seems like from a post in 2017 they were trying there best to make some improvements. So, I was wondering whats been done and if there still looking for pilots now a days?

Your best bet to getting a job up here is by coming and handing out resumes in person. As you make the rounds you might find a smaller operator looking for someone, and be in the right place at the right time. As far as how they treat their pilots I donít know, but itís an Alaskan 135 so the ceiling is only so high.