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FalconPilot
11-27-2007, 07:00 PM
Position: Florida Power & Light Company is accepting resumes for a
highly motivated Dual Rated Jet/Helicopter Captain. This full time
position is corporate part 91 located in West Palm Beach, FL.

Qualified candidates should submit a resume via www.fplcareers.com (http://www.fplcareers.com) or contact our recruiter, [email protected]

Professional Pilot Skills and Qualifications:

Interested Candidates should have the following MINIMUM qualifications:
FAA Airline Transport Pilot Multi-Engine Land with Commercial Rotorcraft Helicopter.

5000 hours total time
3000 hours fixed wing turbine flight time
2000 PIC hours
1000 hours turbine rotorcraft
FAA First Class Medical

Preference will be given to candidates with the following:
Citation 560XL or Agusta A109E experience
CFI/CFII
College Degree

Position Overview: As Pilot-In-Command, skillfully operate jet
aircraft and helicopters to safely and efficiently transport
passengers to scheduled destinations. Oversee care and safety of assigned aircraft while away from base. Assist passengers with various needs as they apply to a scheduled flight. Complete collateral duties and special aviation projects when not flying. Demonstrated professionalism,
teamwork and flexibility. Minimum of five years accident free flying
highly desired. Reports to Assistant Chief Pilot.

Company: Florida Power & Light Company is the principal subsidiary
of FPL Group, Inc. (NYSE: FPL), nationally known as a high quality,
efficient and customer-driven organization focused on energy-related
products and services. With annual revenues of nearly $24 billion and a
growing presence in 27 states, FPL Group is widely recognized as one of the country's premier power companies. Florida Power & Light Company
serves 4.5 million customer accounts in Florida. FPL Energy, LLC, FPL
Group's competitive energy subsidiary is a leader in producing electricity
from clean and renewable fuels. Additional information is available on
the Internet at www.FPL.com (http://www.fpl.com/), www.FPLGroup.com (http://www.fplgroup.com/) and www.FPLEnergy.com (http://www.fplenergy.com/).

Compensation and Benefits: Base salary is competitive and negotiable
DOE. Annual performance raises and bonuses. Paid Holidays/Vacation/Sick time. Medical/Dental/Vision/AD&D/Life Insurance Benefits. Pension
Plan. 401K with Company match. Education assistance program. Relocation package available. FPL Group is an Equal Opportunity Employer.


dunlaf05
11-27-2007, 07:06 PM
Suprised they don't require Space Shuttle time.

I hope the salary is around 6 digits, otherwise I doubt they'll find anyone.

ce650
11-27-2007, 07:40 PM
[quote=dunlaf05;269877]Suprised they don't require Space Shuttle time.

I hope the salary is around 6 digits, otherwise I doubt they'll find anyone.[/quo

They want more than just a CRJ F/O with 250 hrs. Actually looks like a typical corp. job ad.


dunlaf05
11-28-2007, 11:35 AM
quo

They want more than just a CRJ F/O with 250 hrs. Actually looks like a typical corp. job ad.[/quote]




Okay......so the 3000 fixed-wing turbine I can understand but 1000 rotor turbine in addition.

How many pilots you know with that kind of experience? Turbine rotor time is hard to come by unless you're military from what I understand.

Just leaves you to wonder what "competitive salary" is for a position with those kind of reqs.

ce650
11-28-2007, 04:12 PM
Actually I know a lot of guys with those quals. But I also know they wont leave their current position.