We’re a made-in-Alaska business known for our strong track record of safety, and for being one of the friendliest airlines in Alaska—we truly care about our customers and employees. The Grant workplace is both fun and challenging and provides opportunities for staff to develop new skills and advance in their careers. Grant employees leave work at the end of each day knowing that they are valued and are making a difference in people’s lives. If you have a can-do attitude and a commitment to professionalism, Grant is the place for you.
We believe that air travel isn’t a luxury—it’s a necessity—and we are committed to providing safe, dependable and comfortable air travel for all of our customers. Our company is built upon respect for our customers, employees and communities, and we constantly work to improve our operations to ensure smooth travel and enjoyable experiences. We are professional, while also staying true to our Alaskan roots and commitment to the personal touch. We’re looking for people who share this philosophy and are committed to helping make Grant the best airline in Alaska.
Thank you for your interest in Grant Aviation. We hope you will find our application process easy to use, but if you need assistance, please feel free to contact Human Resources at [email protected].
Background Checks: All new pilots and mechanics must pass a thorough background check, as well as alcohol and drug tests for five controlled substances (PCP, cocaine, amphetamines, marijuana and opiates) prior to employment.
All applicants must also be able to account for the most recent 10 years of employment and location history. In addition, a criminal records check and possible FBI fingerprint-based criminal history records check may be administered. Must be available for shift work.
Anti-Discrimination Policy: Grant Aviation is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate in hiring or employment on the basis of age, sex, race, color, religion, national origin, veteran status, disability or sexual orientation. Click here for the EEO poster. Click here for supplemental information.