OMNI AIR HIRING DFW/ATL
Location: 3400 Inner Loop Road
North Cargo Bldg. Suite 203
Atlanta, GA 30354
Base Pay: $18.05 /Hour
Other Pay: $200/hour call-out pay. Per Diem
Employee Type: Full-Time
Industry: Airline - Aviation
Manages Others: No
Job Type: Customer Service
Education: High School
Experience: Not Specified
Travel: Road Warrior
Post Date: 5/17/2010 Contact Information
Contact: Nichol Starks/HR Manager
Fax: 404-424-0085 instantly fax your resume >>
Omni Air International is currently seeking individuals interested in going into our Flight Attendant pool for a future class. At this time applicants will be assigned to the Atlanta (ATL) or Dallas (DFW) base only. You must be willing to relocate (if necessary) to either base.
If you are interested in a Flight Attendant position with OAI, please email your resume to the ATL Human Resources Manager at the email address provided above.
We do not have any Flight Attendant Open Houses scheduled at this time.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITES:
The Flight Attendant is administratively responsible to the Lead Flight Attendant and their superiors. The Flight Attendant is functionally responsible to the Lead Flight Attendant of the flight to which the Flight Attendant is assigned. Duties shall include, but are not limited to the following:
Emergency and emergency evacuation duties.
Ensure that the required number of flight attendants are aboard the aircraft.
Shares with flight crewmembers the responsibility for the safety of passengers as specified by the company and FAA Regulations. More specifically, the Flight Attendant is responsible for cabin safety while maintaining the foremost in quality and excellence of passenger and in-flight cabin service.
Coordinating with other crewmembers assigned to the flight to assure a smooth operation with maximum efficiency.
Observe company uniform and conduct regulations while on duty.
Perform required preflight checks:
Cabin emergency equipment
Catering and commissary supplies
Appearance of the cabin
Report any discrepancies to the Lead Flight Attendant.
Perform a security check in the cabin, closets, galleys, and lavatories for any suspicious items or any unidentifiable items and reporting any finding to the Lead Flight Attendant.
Assist flight crew in manifesting passengers including any special information needed for international flights.
Ensure passenger personal items are stowed properly in the overhead bins or under seats before closing main cabin door. Ensure pathways are clear to emergency exists and all equipment and supplies are secured for taxi, takeoff, and landing.
Ensures passengers are briefed regarding the following:
Smoking, location of emergency exit row seating, and seating requirements, use of oxygen, seatbelts, seat backs, tray tables, aisle path lighting, and life preservers and rafts (as applicable).
Perform such other duties assigned by the Lead Flight Attendant of the flight.
While in training with OAI or traveling while employed with OAI, your personal appearance is a very important part of your representation of professionalism and your ability to follow company compliance guidelines. Appropriate business attire, proper makeup, conservative hairstyles, with no extreme colors, for both females and males is company policy. You will be taught the appearance guidelines early in training and will be expected to follow those guidelines throughout training and your career with OAI.
$18.05 per flight hour with a 65 hour per month guarantee
$20.50 per flight hour with a 65 hour per month guarantee after the 1st year
$200 a day call out pay (fling on a scheduled day off)
Per Diem- $1.50/hr Domestic and $2.00/hr International
We offer a comprehensive benefits package which includes Medical, Dental, Vision, 401K, Paid Vacation & Sick Time, Company Paid Life Insurance, Company Paid Accidental Death & Dismemberment Insurance, Long-Term Disability, Flexible Spending Account, Employee Assistance Program (EAP), Jumpseat Agreements, and immediate opportunities for international travel.
Must be 21 years of age or older
Must be able to speak, write, and read fluent English
Must be willing to relocate if necessary
Must be able to obtain a passport that allows unrestricted travel in and out of foreign countries
Must have stable employment history for the past 10 years
Must be able to lift 50 lbs
Must be comfortable in a pool of water
Must be able to pass a 10 year Background/Criminal/DMV check and Pre-employment Drug Screen.
EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE:
High school diploma or equivalent
Customer Service experience
Stand – more than 2/3 of flight time
Walk – more than 2/3 of flight time
Sit – less than 1/3 of flight time
Lift – up to 50 lbs
Travel – 100%