So you want to be a Flight Attendant?
If you're tired of simply daydreaming about travel, get on board! Air Canada Rouge is now recruiting! We welcome everyone interested in becoming a flight attendant to apply! This is a permanent full-time position. Candidates will be contacted as soon as we have opportunities to fly higher from Toronto!
Primary flight attendant responsibilities include:
- Preparing the aircraft for customer boarding and ensuring a keen awareness of the service and safety plan for the flight
- Being well trained and prepared to share information with customers through one on one communications and general intercom announcements in a warm, friendly and professional manner
- Welcoming customers and engaging with them throughout the flight to create a comfortable, friendly environment
- Ensuring mandatory safety procedures are followed
- Liaising with the flight deck crew (pilots) to ensure a smooth and well operated flight with excellent customer communications
- Snack, meal, and beverage service and the sale of onboard products
- Operation of and assistance with the inflight entertainment system
- Assisting customers with a variety of needs including carry on baggage stowage, seating arrangements, general comfort
- Full preparedness to handle on board incidents and emergencies
- Full preparedness to handle a medical incident or emergency, including providing First Aid as required
- Ensuring the general orderliness of the aircraft
- Ensuring customer feedback is shared with management and taking an active role in helping management operate and evolve Air Canada rouge to provide the best possible customer experience.
- Completing and submitting required safety reports.
- Minimum 18 years of age
- Possess at least a high school diploma
- Hold a valid Canadian Passport without restrictions
- Live within 90 minutes of the airport or willing to relocate
- Able to obtain a Transport Canada security clearance
- Able to access the internet for last minute changes and communications
- Comfortable working at high altitudes in a pressurized cabin