Tuesday, February 4, 2014

Job Offer!

This morning, Captain was in Delaware to roll through a class about the fuel systems on the Gulfstream Astra jet. He was expecting to teach 4-5 people in his "class" as part of the interview process for a teaching position at Flight Safety International. But it turned out to be a room full of 18, including the top five executives at the center! I asked if he was nervous? He said a couple of other instructors told him how they were impressed and said he spoke well on his feet. I asked if there were any questions? He fielded two tough ones. I asked if he was offered the job? Yes, he was! It probably helps that he has attended their courses for the past 12 years in a row and is type-rated in four of their jets. What a relief for him after these four months of waiting and wondering. "O, Give thanks to the Lord for He is good; His love is everlasting." (I Chron. 16:34)


Lesa said...

A hardy handshake and congratulations to Captain for the hard work and perseverance during this transition. Grateful for the update, glad for the news, and prayers for the 'new normal' about to commence.

"Of course it's hard. It's the hard part that makes it great."

April said...

God is good!!!