You can get a job as a flight attendant for £300k a year – on Netflix's private jet | The Sun

NETFLIX is hiring a flight attendant to work on its private jet – and it pays more than £300k.

The streaming giant has posted a job advert on its website all about the glamorous role, and applicants from all over the world can apply.

Based in San Jose, California, the lead flight attendant will work on the company's midsize private jet and be paid up to $385,000 (£312,000).

The fortunate flight attendant, who snaps up the role, will need to be trained in cabin and passenger safety as well as aircraft emergency evacuation before they apply.

Meanwhile duties in the air include performing pre-flight cabin, galley and cockpit checks in addition to delivering safety and emergency procedure briefings.

The member of cabin crew will also need to ensure the aircraft cabin is secure ahead of taxi, takeoff and landing.

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When on the ground, the flight attendant will need to look after the stock room, load the aircraft and attend company meetings.

On their website, Netflix wrote: "The Netflix Aviation department provides exceptional, safe, confidential air transportation.

"It is our goal to provide the most outstanding aviation experience available, by using the best people and the best equipment, and providing the highest level of customer service possible.

"The aviation team helps Netflix reach the world more efficiently and effectively so the company can continue to create joy around the world."

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The lucky person will need to have a flexible work schedule with the ability to work weekends and bank holidays as well as being able to cover domestic and international travel.

The salary ranges from $60,000-$385,000 (£48,000-£312,000) – but compensation can vary depending on the applicant's location.

Anyone interested in applying should head to the job's page on the Netflix website.

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