Cabin Crew / Flight Attendant | Orlando, FL, USA

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Network Aviation is an important part of the Qantas Group, no matter where you fit in, we come together with pride to deliver the best and safest experience for our customers. Our Network Aviation Cabin Crew flies on both the Fokker 100 aircraft and the Airbus 320. Our team is highly trained in customer service and aircraft safety and can confidently deal with a variety of emergency situations.

In this role, you’ll be challenged to make the impossible possible. Along the way, you’ll have plenty of fun, meet amazing people and have experiences like no other.

You will –

  • Take responsibility and have pride in delivering consistent and exceptional service
  • Be trained and confident in aircraft safety procedures and first aid, and pass all training and assessment requirements
  • Easily build rapport and trust in a team and positively contribute to the team’s performance
  • Be adaptable to any situation that may present itself in a sensible, warm, and safe way
  • Understand our customers and demonstrate a clear passion for customer service and following procedures and policies
  • Appreciate cultural diversity and sensitivity towards customers who may need extra help such as children traveling alone, nervous flyers, or people who may not have English as their first language
  • Serve food and beverages to passengers
  • Guide passengers to their seats
  • Take a caring approach when offering our customers food, beverages, and any other assistance they may need on-board
  • Understand the importance of hygiene standards in-flight so all areas of the cabin are clean and fresh for our customers

You’ll also need to meet the following minimum criteria to operate within the unique aircraft environment:

  • Previous experience in the Airline Industry or with stable customer service experience
  • Height between 163cm-183cm
  • Current Senior First Aid Certificate completed within the last 12 months (or be willing to obtain at short notice)
  • Current CPR accreditation (The CPR component is only valid for 12 months and a refresher course must be completed if expired) (or be willing to obtain at short notice)
  • Preference is given to those who have operated on F100/ A320 within the past two years
  • Minimum 18 years of age
  • Responsible Service of Alcohol ‘Statement of Attainment, from a Nationally Accredited Provider which you would need to have by the end of the recruitment process (or be willing to obtain at short notice)
  • An excellent level of health and fitness, including the ability to swim 50 metres fully clothed and tread water for 3 minutes unassisted