Hawaiian Airlines Jobs | Flight Attendant Job in Long Beach

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Hawaiian Airlines Jobs in Long Beach Good News! Hawaiian Airlines have job openings for Flight Attendant jobs in Long Beach, If you are looking for Jobs in Long Beach, you can apply on this Flight Attendant Job.

JOB Requirements What We Need?

As a new flight attendant, once you have completed formal training, an employer will place you on reserve status. This means you will only work when called upon to fill in for absent or vacationing employees or on extra flights. Expect to remain on reserve status for at least one year or longer. Depending on staffing, it could take up to seven years. Eventually, you will be permitted to bid on monthly assignments.

  • Service orientation: Flight attendants must be attentive to passengers’ needs.
  • Interpersonal skills: You must possess excellent communication skills and have a professional and conservative appearance. In addition, your ability to empathize with, and persuade and coordinate your actions with others, will allow you to interact well with customers, fellow flight attendants, pilots, and other airline staff. You will have more job prospects if you possess at least two years of customer service experience.
  • Verbal communication: Since safety is your primary concern, you must be able to clearly convey instructions to your passengers and crew.
  • Physical requirements: Employers will require you to meet a certain height requirement in order to reach overhead storage bins, of between 5’0 and 5’11 (without shoes). Your vision must be correctable 20/40 or better. You must also maintain good physical fitness, and practice good grooming, hygiene, and etiquette.
  • Training: All newly hired flight attendants receive three to six weeks of formal on-the-job training from their employers. After completing an employer’s initial training program, individuals need to get certification from the FAA. Flying on other types of aircraft requires additional training and certification.
  • Active listening: Your ability to understand and respond to your customers will allow you to perform your job well.
  • Age: Although the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) mandates that flight attendants be at least 18 years old, some employers have higher minimum age requirements. Many airlines prefer to hire job candidates who have experience working with the public.
  • Ability to relocate: Flight attendants must have a willingness and ability to relocate according to operational needs.

Duties And Responsibilities What You Have to Do

  • Continuously monitor all safety conditions and emergency equipment of our aircraft while on the ground and in flight
  • Attend to individuals needing special assistance (such as unaccompanied minors, individuals with a disability, and the elderly) throughout aircraft operations
  • Explain all safety equipment and verify that passengers are following safety signs and procedures
  • Assist passengers in stowing carry-on baggage weighing up to and including 50 pounds
  • Respond to onboard medical situations
  • Provide hospitality and customer service to passengers
  • Greet passengers, monitor carry-on baggage, and direct passengers to assigned seats

Note : The only way to apply for a job at Hawaiian Airlines® is through their site. Hawaiian Airlines will never ask for any form of payment for your application or training.

To apply for this job please visit rn11.ultipro.com.