Work from home employment in the Customer Service and #Airline Reservations field. Will consider other fields and Customer service employment.
Envoy Air needs to hire approximately 200 Fleet Service Clerks at Dallas Fort Worth International Airport and plans to host three hiring events this month to fill open positions.
Saturday, October 10, Envoy Air, 4301 Regent Blvd, Irving, TX 75063, Tel - (972) 374-5200
Saturday, October 17, Envoy Air, 4301 Regent Blvd, Irving, TX 75063, Tel - (972) 374-5200
Saturday, October 31, Envoy Air, 4301 Regent Blvd, Irving, TX 75063, Tel - (972) 374-5200
A Fleet Service Clerk has many job duties, including loading and unloading baggage, cleaning cabin interiors and pushing out or towing aircraft.
Gategroup is the global leader in airline catering, retail-on-board and hospitality products and services is hiring full & part-time job opportunities.
Special Hiring Event! Full job description, requirements and application here: https://careers.united.com/ShowJob/Id/1967937/Flight-Attendant-Position-Special-Hiring-Event-ORD/ #flightattendant #airline
I work in a heavily dominated female profession but I could care less. I am a flight attendant for Delta and I really like it. I enjoy going from place to place ending up somewhere new every day. I love flying, always have. I am still young, still ready for the next adventure. I have had a lot of different types of jobs, but when I am up in the air I feel like I have a purpose. Yeah occasionally passengers are rude to you, but hey that happens in every customer service job. You gotta just shake it off! Find the good in your job and hold on tight.
Grateful to receive an offer, but still have a dilemma.
Hi everyone!!! So here is my dilemma. Your comments/feedback are much appreciated.
So, it's been about three months since I received a contingent offer for an airline job. I passed all of the prerequisites (background check, drug test, fingerprint). Now, I'm awaiting my formal offer letter, and training schedule. This could happen next week, next month, or maybe two months from now (I sure hope sooner),
Earlier today, I received an offer for a part-time job (25 hrs/week with possibility for overtime); no benefits, 401K, etc., since part-time; but still opportunities to apply for full-time positions. There would be a two-week training program; obviously, a significant investment of time and money.
What I'm asking, is would it be wrong to accept this offer, knowing in the back of my head, that as soon as the airline calls, I would leave? I'm pretty sure I already know the answer, but I'm always open to others' viewpoints.
Thanks in advance.
Hello all i'm in the Houston area( Baytown TX) and was laid off about 6 month ago and still looking. I have lots of office experience, construction, airline, financial and customer service. If anyone have any leads i would appreciate it, I am also willing to travel. Thanks in advance