United Airlines Intern - Guam Flight Operations in Tamuning, Guam

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Intern - Guam Flight Operations (Part time/Unpaid- must receive college credit)

August 28, 2017- December 15, 2017

Location: Tamuning, Guam

Equal Opportunity Employer – Minorities/Women/Veterans/Disabled/LGBT

The Internship is paid and is inclusive of travel privileges

NO AGENCIES PLEASE

Overview:

The United Airlines Flight Operations Intern Program (FOIP) is designed to give enrolled students insight and exposure into the operation of a global airline. The FOIP combines a student’s academic and career interests with valuable work experience in the commercial air carrier environment.

During the internship the student will be assigned a mentor to work with who is responsible for monitoring their progress throughout the semester. The mentor will be responsible for assigning tasks, special projects and directing the intern on a daily basis. Throughout the course of the FOIP, the responsibility of the interns will not only encompass their respective base and office, but there may also be opportunities to travel to other cities within our network on business trips and off site visits.

Responsibilities:

  • Keeping the Flight Training Standards library up to date

  • Perform flight manual revisions and Jeppesen revisions

  • Responsible for the coordination of intern activities and the preparation of new incoming interns

  • Sort and evaluate international flight envelopes and keeps track of the previous day's pilot sick calls

  • Assist the Chief Pilot's Office with various tasks such as monitoring video surveillance systems, Flight Operation’s Delay Mitigation reports with focuses on CLP, Diversions, Radio Congestion, and ACARS

  • Other as-needed jobs include filing memoranda, retrieving information from pilot files and various projects

  • Help pilots with iPad software questions

  • Manage and maintain flight planning rooms

  • Assist the FODM daily for various projects

Required

  • Must be a current university student or within one year of graduation

  • FAA Instrument rating required

  • Minimum of a 3.0 GPA required

  • Knowledge of Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook

  • Must be legally authorized to work in the U.S for any employer without sponsorship

  • Must pass a U.S. drivers/criminal background check and drug screen

  • Valid U.S. Passport

Preferred

  • FAA Commercial Certificate

  • FAA Multi-Engine Rating

Division: 65 Flight Operations

Function: Intern - MBA & Undergrad