First Officer (Pilot) Flight Operations at Southwest Airlines.

 




The Position of First Officer (Pilot) in the Flight Operations department at Southwest Airlines.



Company Promise:


Commitment to providing a stable work environment with equal opportunities for learning and personal growth.

Encouragement of creativity and innovation to improve the effectiveness of Southwest Airlines.

Employees are promised concern, respect, and a caring attitude within the organization.

Benefits:


Free travel for employees and eligible dependents on Southwest flights.

15% non-elective contribution (B-Fund) into the 401(k).

Profit-sharing contribution toward retirement.

Competitive health insurance for employees and eligible dependents.

Opportunity to purchase Southwest Airlines common stock at a discount.

Company-paid Loss of License.

History of zero furloughs for high job security.

Flexible scheduling options.

Industry-competitive pay rates and work rule package.

Emphasis on the company's unmatched culture.

Job Summary:


First Officers operate Southwest's fleet of Boeing 737 aircraft in a highly competent manner.

Enjoy one of the most flexible scheduling policies in the industry.

Ensure a safe environment and provide excellent service onboard Southwest aircraft.

Responsibilities:


Provide friendly service to internal and external customers.

Work cooperatively with the entire flight and ground team.

Comply with regulations and directives related to flight conduct.

Operate in accordance with Southwest Airlines manuals, specifications, and regulations.

Report irregularities or incidents as required.

Perform passenger assistance activities at their discretion.

Authorities:


Take necessary actions to resolve safety or compliance issues.

Direct the flight crew when assigned by the Captain.


Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:

Reading, following instructions, listening, comprehending, and retaining detailed instructions.

Completion of training programs, proficiency checks, and evaluation periods.

Awareness of hazardous situations and ability to handle emergencies.

Excellent interpersonal skills and effective communication.

Ability to work well with others in a team and under stressful situations.

Education and Experience:


High School Diploma or GED required; Bachelor's Degree preferred.

Preferred experience: 500 hours in a fixed-wing turbine, completion of a Destination 225° pathway program, actively flying for 2 of the last 5 years.

Licensing/Certification:


FAA Unrestricted Airline Transport Pilot Certificate with specific ratings.

First Class Medical Certificate.

Valid U.S. Driver's License.

Authorization to work in the U.S. without sponsorship.

Valid passport for international travel.

Physical Abilities:


Ability to lift and move 40 lbs.

Ability to communicate effectively in English.

Ability to bend, stand, and sit for extended periods.

Other Qualifications:


Well-groomed appearance per company standards.

U.S. citizenship or authorization to work in the U.S.

Minimum age requirement of 23 at the time of hire.

Compliance with company attendance standards and work rules.

Ability to work rotating shifts, overtime, and constant travel.


Khushi Kumari 

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HR Team

Flying-Crews.com







 


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