Central Mountain Air
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  • Company size
    201 to 500
  • Revenue
    $25m to $100m (CAD)
  • Industry
    Transportation & Logistics
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Permanent, Full-time
Administrative Assistant - Smithers, BC

Smithers, BC

$51,331 - $67,483 a year
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18 days ago

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Ramp Attendant in Richmond, BC
on 7 August 2019
Great staff! Good company.
I really enjoyed the time that I worked for them The hours did drag a little some days as happens with any job. I only left as a better opportunity came along.
Customer Service Agent / Base Safety Rep for YXS in YXS
on 18 August 2020
Good airline to work for if you’re starting out in the industry
I’ve been working for CMA for 2 years and absolutely love my base. YXS has an amazing management team and we work alongside the other airlines very well, everyone is like one big family at the airport. This job takes a lot of dedication and training is a decent amount of work as there are lots of company policy’s and Transport Canada / company training courses completed before you are eligible for some parts of the jo. All in all this place has been an absolute pleasure to work at and I highly recommend this job if you have a passion for aviation
CSA / Ramp Agent in Calgary, AB
on 18 July 2020
They will eat you if you’re too nice
I really liked my manager, however, because he had to manage other stations in other cities he was always very busy. He was friendly, personable and approachable but I felt he wasn’t respected as he should have and things didn’t really change. My coworkers had been there a long time and did things they way they wanted which wasn’t always correct or safe. If I brought up an issue it was either ignored or met with anger. About 50% of them didn’t come to work on time or stayed for their entire shift, some claiming full hours. I worked with them and submitted their time cards so I know. I was told they had been talked to but over the months it didn’t change. I felt taken advantage of when asked to cover a shift by myself when two of us were scheduled. I should have said something but results showed it wouldn’t have helped. I left within a week of another employee quitting who felt the same way. That said, CMA’s flight and cabin crews were always nice and professional.
Reservations Agent in Smithers, BC
on 10 May 2020
Fun and relaxed
I have found working for this company is great, the management and co-workers are friendly and help you feel part of the team and even family like. I love working here!
Flight Attendant in Calgary, AB
on 8 March 2020
Not paid enough
Working long, long, long days (14+ hours) for just over minimum wage isn’t worth it. Management is two-faced and doesn’t seem to actually care about you as a person, despite what they tell you in training. It may be an ok place to get your feet wet in aviation but move on as quick as you can.
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