Canada’s second largest airline, Jazz Aviation LP serves over 80 destinations in Canada and the United States with a fleet of regional jet and turboprop aircraft. We operate over 800 flights a day and carry approximately 9 million passengers each year. Headquartered in Halifax with 5,000 employees, Jazz offers a professional working environment and opportunities for individual career growth.
Jazz is an employment equity employer. We welcome all qualified candidates to apply. We are currently accepting resumes for the position of:
Jazz was voted one of Canada’s Top Employers for Young People in 2016!
Halifax, Montreal, Toronto, Calgary, Vancouver
Basic Purpose of Position:
To provide excellent customer service and deliver the high quality service for which Jazz is recognized.
Participate in crew briefings and debriefings: obtain necessary flight information;
Perform pre‐flight checks of emergency & safety equipment, passenger cabin, lavatory, systems, documentations and catering;
Assist passengers with boarding, deplaning and assist with cabin clean‐up;
Deliver all safety and service announcements/demonstrations;
Prepare cabin for take‐off, landing and monitor cabin during flight;
Deliver high quality service, including serving beverages/snacks and credit card handling, in an organized manner as established for each flight;
Report all irregularities or incidents using the applicable documentation;
Liaise with the flight deck;
Provide leadership, direction, and assistance to passengers and colleagues;
Perform duties in accordance with established policies and procedures while giving primary consideration to personal safety, the safety of co‐workers and customers.
Other related duties as assigned.
Communicate effectively in both French and English (candidates must successfully complete language testing to be considered);
18 years of age or older;
High school diploma or equivalent.
Canadian citizenship or Permanent Resident status as well as the ability to travel outside Canada without restrictions;
Two years customer service work experience;
Height must be 5'11" or less (including a one (1) inch heel) due to the size of some of our aircraft;
Hold a current passport and any additional visa documentation required to travel outside Canada;
Must obtain and maintain a Restricted Area Identification Card (to be obtained upon employment);
Must successfully complete the Company approved Initial Flight Attendant Training program with Company Standards (approximately 6 weeks in duration);
Excellent interpersonal, communication and customer service skills;
Must have a positive attitude and work well unsupervised;
Ability to work a flexible schedule including evenings, weekends and holidays.
Benefits include varied hours, travel, health and dental benefits.
Please be advised that interviews will be conducted in various locations across Canada.
Qualified individuals for this position must apply via www.flyjazz.ca/careers.