Netflix offers up to $385,000 for flight attendant role as Dream Crew

Moksha Wadhwa
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New Delhi: Streaming platform Netflix, is seeking a flight attendant to join its "dream crew." The corporation is prepared to pay up to $385,000 annually. Near its Los Gatos offices in San Jose, California, it is seeking to hire a principal flight attendant for one of its super-midsize private aircraft.


Netflix posted a job listing on its website announcing that it is searching for applicants saying “independent judgement, discretion and outstanding customer service skills". In the JD, the company even mentioned that the applicants should be able to "operate with little direction and a lot of self-motivation”.

The Job listing reads “The overall market range for this role is typically $60,000 - $385,000. This market range is based on total compensation (vs only base salary), which is in line with our compensation philosophy”.

Further, Netflix claimed that it bases pay decisions on "compensation criteria" such an employee's background, experience, and talents. According to the job description, "These considerations can cause your compensation to vary and will also be dependent on your location”.


“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,” the listing read.

The advertisement further claimed that the group aids Netflix in reaching audiences globally more effectively and efficiently so that the firm may keep spreading happiness. Before takeoff, the flight attendant's responsibilities on the aircraft include assessing the emergency equipment in the cockpit, cabin, and gallery. Additionally, they must be able to lift objects weighing up to 13.6 kg when loading and stocking aeroplanes.

Notably, the position entails travel within and outside of the United States and has a base in San Jose, California.