Air Creebec

Air Creebec inc.

Flight Attendant



DESCRIPTION YOUR ROLE The Flight Attendant provides a safe and efficient flights experience to Air Creebec passengers. He/she reports directly to the Chief Flight Attendant.REQUIREMENTS

Level of education : High school 

Diploma : DES 

Status : Completed 

Work experience (years) : 0-2 years 

Written French : Intermediate 

Spoken French : Advanced 

Written English : Intermediate 

Spoken English : Advanced 

REQUESTED SKILLSDO YOU HAVE THE PROFILE?. You have High School diploma.. You have knowledge of the airline industry.. You speak and write French and English fluently. The Cree language is an asset.. You possess excellent interpersonal and communication skills.. You enjoy flying.. You are able to work unusual hours with/without overnights.. You must be available upon request.. You must provide a criminal background check.

Candidates Must Successfully Complete the Following Prior to Being Certified:
. 3 weeks of Ground School at the Air Creebec Inc. training facilities in Timmins and/or Montreal
. Several In-Flight training flights with a qualified Flight Attendant
. Final Line Indoctrination flight with the Chief Flight Attendant, Flight Attendant Training Instructor and/or Base Flight Attendant

Briefly Listed Below are some of the Duties and Responsibilities of a Flight Attendant:
. Reporting for duty
. Safety and emergency equipment pre-flight check
. Pre-boarding
. Pre-take-off
. In-flight service
. Pre-landing
. Final duties

. Responsible for the passengers on board
. Daily crew briefings
. Cabin preparation in the event of an emergency
. Teamwork


Company supplied uniform

Employee assistance program

Life insurance

Medical and paramedical expenses coverage

Pension plan

Social activities organized by the company


This employer is an equal opportunity employer committed to diversity and inclusion. We are pleased to consider all qualified applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, disability, protected veterans status, Aboriginal/Native American status or any other legally-protected factors. Disability-related accommodations are available on request for candidates taking part in all aspects of the selection process.