Jobs: Cabin Crew Flair Airlines Canada

Flair Airlines is looking for cabin crew in Canada, to be base in Lower Mainland – Vancouver and Abbotsford. Minimum requirements: Must be 19 years of age or older Completion of a high school diploma or equivalent Must be able to communicate with an advanced level of written and spoken English Must be legally eligible to work in Canada with no restrictions Must hold a current valid passport; where a Canadian Passport is not held, a Canadian Permanent Resident card (accompanied with all individual Visas necessary to enable you to perform the duties of a Flight Attendant wherever Flair Airlines operates) is required Must successfully complete Initial Training to become a qualified Flight Attendant, full participation in training is required (no absences). Must successfully complete yearly recurrent training to maintain status as a qualified Flight Attendant Must be able to obtain and maintain an Airport Restricted Area Identification Card (requires a 5-year traceable history, a clear criminal record and a Canadian citizenship or Permanent Resident Card) Successful completion of a pre-employment aviation medical (including alcohol and drug screening) and a criminal record check Must be available and willing to work any hour of the day, and any day of the week or year, as scheduled. This includes holidays and weekends Ability to be away from home for extended periods of time with a schedule that varies, often on short notice Must be available for reserve shifts. When on call for reserve, Flight Attendants must be contactable and able to report to work within 90 minutes of the request being made Successful completion of the CT301 course through the Inflight Institute is required prior to receiving company initial training, if selected. The cost of the course is reimbursed by Flair if the candidate successfully completes six (6) months of continuous employment Patient and able to work effectively both individually and as a member of a team; sometimes under difficult and stressful circumstances Safety conscious and positive attitude Previous customer service or serving experience is an asset French fluency is considered an asset 

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