Line Service Technician (Former Employee) – Houston, TX – April 11, 2017
It is a great place to work. Developed better team building skills. It is also a good place to begin networking within the aviation field. Fairly easy job, as long as you do not mind some manual labor.
A&P Technician (Current Employee) – Cahokia, IL – February 21, 2017
Its a great place to work. Most of the time you will be set up with the lead of the Airplane and they will give you assignments for the day. Management is ok. They really promote a safe work culture. The job really is not all that hard. The most enjoyable part of the job is working on Airplanes and learning new things about the Airplanes.
Customer Service Representative (Current Employee) – Bedford, MA – December 2, 2016
Jet Aviation is a great place to work. They focus on teamwork and providing a high quality customer service experience to every customer. Perfect entry level job for anyone looking to start their career in aviation with plenty of room for advancement.
Great management, fantastic team, free lunches and snacks, great benefits
Customer Service Representative (Current Employee) – Bedford, MA – November 1, 2016
Hard work, micromanaged, under-compensated.
During the interview, they state that there will be occasional overtime and that the pay accurately reflects the workload. This is all true if the turnover rate wasn't so high. Usually one person has to hold the workload of 3-5 people. In addition mandatory overtime is a company favorite.
"Sell more fuel, we love it when you all sell fuel." Entry level employees are responsible for selling serives and rendering services, however there is no kickback for extra work. Management is always pushing harder to get their bonuses for entry level employees to work hard with no reward other than mandatory overtime.
Get ready to cancel your plans.
Mandatory Overtime, skewed work to pay ratio, no advancement
Line Service Supervisor (Former Employee) – Bedford, MA – October 19, 2016
Being a line service technician at Jet Aviation we are responsible for taking care of customers with their aircraft that are coming in and/or going out on trips. We would park, fuel and even help pilots get the aircraft ready for passengers. We also moved aircraft in and out of the hangars where they were stored. The management team was great when I left but that was after time of work in progress. In my opinion he job is better suited for single people with no families to worry about for it can be very time consuming and tiring on the family life. I loved working there but left to have more time with my family.
Haven't been employed here more than 3months. Did not attend no training class just put in front of the computer to take online classes I have no idea about. Was let go because of missing days ...the same days they made me go home because of the medicine I was taking by the doctor until I get another Prescription. OAN: These ppl have no respect for anyone but themselves. Never knew companies could fired you over the phone. This has to be the most weakest thing ever a job to do to someone. Houston ain't for me especially not Jet Aviation.
Senior Maintenance Technician (Current Employee) – St. Louis, MO – April 11, 2016
One of the worst places I have worked. Poor equipment, equipment they do have is in poor working order. The salaries are at the lower end of the scale. The management is of high quantity and low quality. They have a lot of Boss's but are lacking leaders. They seem to bring people in as low pay as possible and only give 2 to 3% raises a year. They say safety is a high priority but really just trying to keep costs down. They have poor communication between departments and even worse with employees.
LINE SERVICE TECHNICIAN (Former Employee) – Teterboro, NJ – March 23, 2016
A lot of wait time. learned to associate with people. Management is friendly. Co workers are friendly. Hardest part of the job is the bad weather and planes arrive all at one time. Spending time with co workers on the field and in the breakroom.
fast pace job benefits great
have to stay on your feet even if it is a slow day.
INTERIOR INSTALLER 1 (Former Employee) – Cahokia, IL – March 8, 2016
I enjoyed working here and believe had the work continued to flow in I could have done great there. The president of Jet Aviation is an awesome guy and I loved working with him. I am thankful I got the opportunity to learn and advance there and meet some great people along the way.
Flexible scheduling, good work environment
Not knowing year to year if the work will be there
Corporate Flight Attendant/ Culinary Lead (Former Employee) – Teterboro, NJ – February 10, 2016
This was the cream of the crop of the aviation industry. Amazing group of individuals! The team was always improving or reaching new levels of greatness. The crews on this account are top in their field no question!
Custom Cabinet Maker (Former Employee) – Cahokia, IL – January 4, 2016
Didn't pay as much as it should have and no advancement to higher levels. Enjoyed the work, for the most part, and liked the people I worked with, but not the ones I worked for. Great potential...not enough follow through.
Close to home and plenty of work.
Low pay and less than desirable management policies.
Billing Coordinator (Former Employee) – Cahokia, IL – November 16, 2015
I learned a lot regarding the aviation industry during my employment with Jet Aviation. It is a very good company to work for and my direct manager was a very good and fair manager and treated those within our department as an individual person and was always very helpful and informative with any questions we had.