Minimum requirements are as follows:
Domicile: Tokyo Haneda Airport, Japan
Contract term: 3 years from the end of training, renewable.
Total package approximately $14,250per month (gross) $9,044 (net)
Base Salary: (10 days off per month)
During training: $6,500/mo plus $1,000 per diem (see note below regarding training bond). Service apartment provided during training.
First contract term: $11,000/mo
Second contract term: $13,000/mo
Third contract term: $15,000/mo
NOTE: $1,000 per month bonus if you let Skymark schedule your off days.
Guaranteed flight hours: 75 hours permonth
At the end of first contract: $5,000
At the end of second and subsequent contract:$10,000
Interview Details: The interview will require two days in Tokyo. Skymark will pay up to 3 nights hotel accomodation. They will reimburse 1/2 of your airfare if you are selected to join the company.
Overtime is paid at 1/75 of base salary. For example, during the first term it would be $146.67/hour (1/75 x $11,000)
Training bond: $500 per month will be deducted as a training bond, until your account balance reaches $10,000. This amount will be returned to you when you complete the first contract term. Training pay is $7,000 per month, minus $500 for training bond.
Paid personal leave: 20 days per year for 1st contract term. Increases to 24 days /year if renewing your contract
Sick leave:10 days per year
Days off per month: 10 days minimum. You can request that the days off be assigned consecutively if you are commuters. Days off can be sold back to the company at $800 per day.
Per Diem of 150,000JPY (approx. $1020 USD) /month from start of training
Housing allowance: 250,000 JPY (approx. $1700) / month(after probationary period. Service Apartment is provided during training). If rent less than 250,000 JPY, remainder of housing allowance will be paid in cash.
Moving allowance: 300,000 JPY (approx.. $2045) One-time payment for Moving/Furniture allowance (after probationary period)
Education allowance (for Japan local residents): 50,000 JPY (approx. $340) per child/ month, if they attend school in Japan (6 ~18 years old).
Travel Support: $500 travel support during probationary period. After training, ONE positive-space round-trip air ticket per month between Crew Base and Home Residence or $500 USD. NOTE: for any month where you fly more than 80hours, and the average for the previous 3 months is 65 hours, a business class ticket will be provided (or $1000 cash).
Contract Renewal. Some benefits which are available after the first contract term are as follows:
Instructor Duty Allowance of $1000 per month is available for those who are interested/selected to become instructors after first contract. Paid during months when performing instructor duties.
Insurance: Japanese National Medical/Dental insurance is available as an option at the pilot's expense. Cost is around $600 per month.
NOTE: for any month where you fly more than 80 hours, and the average for the previous 3 months is 65 hours, a business classticket will be provided (or $1000 cash).
Note about Compensation and Taxation:
The compensation amounts listed above have been provided by the airline. Payment of the taxes owed in Japan on the different compensation amounts is the responsibility of the pilot. WASINC does not pay taxes on behalf of either the pilot or airline, nor does it provide tax receipts. We highly recommend that all candidates confirm directly with the airline as to how much tax is paid in Japan in order to obtain a full understanding of the compensation associated with the job listing. Pilots are ultimately responsible for any tax owed in their home country which may or may not be affected by tax paid in Japan.
The job opportunities posted by WASINC International are solely governed by the statutes, regulations, policies and laws of the local jurisdiction and country in which the job is located. The sole labor protections and entitlements afforded to an applicant will be those that are available in the jurisdiction in which the job is located. Any laws which may exist in an applicant's home country or any other country shall not be applicable. WASINC International has no control over the requirements established by each airline nor control of the ultimate hiring decision which are dictated by the airline and the laws of the jurisdiction where the airline conducts its business. In making an application to WASINC International, you agree to waive any claim against WASINC International related to such job requirements or the hiring process.