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GIV Cabin Attendant - (Corporate Experience Required) - (BJC)

                                             Mountain Aviation

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Here at Mountain Aviation, our employees provide exceptional service to our long-time jet charter clients, while maintaining a healthy work-life balance. What makes Mountain Aviation a great place to work? Not only are we the best Aircraft Charter, Management, and Maintenance operator in the Rocky Mountain Region, we offer flexible schedules, competitive salaries, and great employee benefits. We also offer professional growth opportunities to all of our employees pursuing a stable and successful career in aviation. Currently, we are accepting inquiries from both aspiring aviation professionals as well as seasoned industry experts. After reading through the entire job post, if you believe you would be a valuable member of our team, we encourage you to apply.

 


We are looking for a very special cabin attendant for our GIV that will charter VIP clients across the US. Mountain Aviation's Cabin Attendants are trained aviation professionals who have an upbeat, positive attitude and can anticipate travelers needs in a unique way. They ensure the safety of passengers while providing exceptional customer service.  If you have corporate flight attendant experience and are a motivated person with a passion for success, we want to talk to you! 

 

Here is what you will be asked to do, remember this list is not all-inclusive:
Cabin Attendants will assist passengers in all aspects of a private flight including, but not limited to, assisting the crew with luggage, boarding, catering, transportation, stocking, cleaning, and ensuring safety procedures are met. In rare situations involving evacuations, emergency landings, and severe turbulence the cabin attendant may be asked to assist the flight crew. 

Cabin Attendants must have a flexible work schedule and be willing to work nights, weekends, and holidays. The ideal candidate will be local, living within 1 hour of Broomfield, Colorado (BJC). 
 

Skills we really want you to have:

  • Previous Corporate Flight Attendant or Cabin Attendant Experience (At least 3-5 years corporate experience preferred) 
  • Familiarity with Part 91 and Part 135 Operations
  • Experience with Gulfstream products, specifically GIV, GV, G550, G650
  • First Aide/CPR/AED training
  • Familiarity with safe food handling procedures
  • Ability to interact with Clients in a friendly, helpful demeanor
  • A passion for aviation

What you must have:

  • Valid Passport
  • Ability work long days of up to 14 hours a day, 5-6 days a week
  • Ability to work irregular hours including nights, weekends, & holidays
  • Ability to read, write and speak English fluently
  • Ability to work in an environment with elevated noise levels
  • Ability to stand for long periods of time
  • Ability to sit for long periods of time
  • Ability to lift up to 50 pounds
  • Ability to prepare intricate meals with safe food handing procedures
  • Physical ability to frequently reach, lift, bend, sit, and stand
  • Ability to travel extensively and spend consecutive nights away from home
  • College Degree (Bachelor's Degree Preferred)  ( We require proof of High School or GED completion)
  • Successfully be able to pass a full background check 
  • No DUI on record (Creates a problem for International Travel)
  • Ability to maintain a professional image with no visible tattoos, facial, multiple or upper ear piercing or extreme hair color while on duty. 
  • A positive attitude

If you meet these general qualifications, we encourage you to apply - You may also find more information about our company at www.mountainaviation.com

Please no phone calls. Questions? Email us at: hr@mountainaviation.com


Mountain Aviation is an Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, pregnancy, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, protected veteran status, or disability status.
 

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