Station Attendant (Former Employee) – Calgary, AB – 20 April 2017
Air Canada is a great company to work at. It is recently ranked the Best Airline in North America. By working at Air Canada, I learned to be more reliable,highly adaptable, and i enjoy tackling various tasks in a team environment. As a team, we handle the baggage or freight, or operating complex loading equipment, we as Station Attendant play a key role in ensuing that the aircraft's are ready for a secure and on-time departure.
Free coffees, vouchers on holidays, time managment, unionized
Long hours, extremely strict about time for plane departures
I had my internship at Air Canada as a Paralegal Intern, and all I can say is that I learned a lot while I was there and everyone is super nice. Helpful, funny, it was a very good environment to work in.
Agent de réservation pour Vacances (Current Employee) – Montréal, QC – 18 April 2017
Answer incoming calls and assist travel agents as well as direct consumers with any issues they may have. Solving problems passengers have before traveling or during their stay at destination. Modify bookings depending on what the clients need. Communicate with the correct departments to provide the best customer service. Hardest part of the job is having to provide excellent customer service when the computer system creates problems. The enjoyable part of the job is ending a call with a happy client.
Promote the services of Air Canada Vacations to travel agencies • Provide accurate details of the reservation information and products to the travel agents • Maintain current and accurate product knowledge, booking procedures and policies • Provide and maintain a high level of customer service and professionalism through telephone, email, and personal contacts • Operate in Ocean system.
Flight Attendant (Current Employee) – Toronto, ON – 11 April 2017
different everyday. never dull. get to explore new places and people every day. hardest part is scheduling. especially as a new recruit, you don't have much say as to what will happen to you. and thats putting it lightlty.
You will be able to improve any customer service and management skills you think you may already have. This company will increase the speed and dedication to customers by 3 to 5 times anything you have done outside the airline business.
Your work life is at the mercy of Canadian weather.
Sales Associate (Current Employee) – Toronto, ON – 21 March 2017
Although the hours can be long depending on if there was an event that day, RSA is a great place to work that always brings something new each day. The most enjoyable part of the job is getting to meet people from all over the world and build a connection with them while helping them shop.
It gave me a chance to learn lots about the aircraft industry. I worked on new and very specialized machines. It gave me the opportunity to work on large mills( horizontal and vertical, boring mill, cylindrical grinder (int and Ext), large lathes, vertical grinder 40" table
Exciting and quick work pace with lots to organize
Ramp agent SAS (Former Employee) – Yellowknife, NT – 17 February 2017
With air Canada i was the ramp agent, meaning I would bring the plane in unload its bags and reload with the new passengers bags. It was dangerous and very fast pace because the plane was on a timeline and it depended on us. It was a very well organized company and the whole management and my team were awesome. It was a never a dull moment. The benefits were great and i got a lot of experience with customer service and skills related to his job. Only downside is that you basically have to devote your time to this job because you have late flights and early flights etc.
Administrative coordinator (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 7 February 2017
Wonderful work life balance; great people to work with and busy environment to keep you motivated! Part of a large HR department; working mainly with H&S coordination and other HR assistant duties as required on a daily basis