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Monster Energy

Post by kilocharliemike »

http://ca.indeed.com/cmp/Monster-Energy ... 85?q=Pilot

I would be into this if I had the req's, but they'd have to include unlimited Monster drink products! especially for the bodyguard duties...

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Re: Monster Energy

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Will the future man servant/pilot also be in charge of checking the grammar for all future ads? :roll:

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Re: Monster Energy

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80K for the global driver while the limo driver gets 100K...... life is unfair


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Re: Monster Energy

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It also looks like the only want women and aboriginal people to fly their jet, not drive their limo.
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Re: Monster Energy

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I think I would be inclined to show up for the interview in a tuxedo with pilot's hat, and matching shoes (because I walk funny when my shoes don't match) to show that I have sufficient "physical presence" for the position.
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I wonder, If I do both, would I get $180,000

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There will be a stack of resumes for a corporate ass kisser, body guard wannabee corporate pilot . Congrats to the weiner. Let us know how much fun you're having living the dream!
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Such f'ing BS that a limo driver gets paid more. Clearly it's an indication of how their pilots get treated. Well FU Monster, I ain't drinking your swill anymore.
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Re: Monster Energy

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Before getting all excited about this one, i would check if there was any typo...
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frog wrote:Before getting all excited about this one, i would check if there was any typo...
Yeah, 80 000 CAD for a pilot is way too much !
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Re: Monster Energy

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Before everyone gets too up in arms, 80,000 is high end for an FO and given the requirements posted I believe that's the job they're advertising for.
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Be that as it may mbav8r, the limo driver req was min 1 yr driving. And how much cost was put into said driving skill? Compare that to a pilot and how many years? It's still injust, more so when they ask you to be a http://www.urbandictionary.com/define.p ... =Bodyguard
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Re: Monster Energy

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Well the ad is down so the response must have been overwhelming.

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The limo driver pay is only higher than the pilots if someone is stupid enough to take the job. If no one applied I'll bet the pay would increase! Oh yeah this is aviation, what was I thinking, of course someone will take it. Let the bitching about the pay and conditions carry on!
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I'm curious what you guys expect is fair pay as a first officer on the Global 6?

Ignore the limo driver post.

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Re: Monster Energy

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$100,000 plus
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But bro, even though you make less than a limo driver, you're flying for Monster bro, thats siiiiiiiiick.
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pianokeys wrote:But bro, even though you make less than a limo driver, you're flying for Monster bro, thats siiiiiiiiick.
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Pay well, get good pilots, drivers, employees etc. What CEOs need to think of is who they rather have at the helm during a pending crash and pay accordingly. Personally I'd take my chances in a limo with a 16y/o driving and pay top dollar for highly experienced flight crew.
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Re: Monster Energy

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I'd be curious if 80k is the be all and end all of the compensation package, or what other perks (other than unlimited Monster drinks) would be offered.

I wouldn't imagine an organization as big as Monster would undervalue their flight crew, as much as the AvCanada arm chair association clearly thinks they do.

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