At Republic, you’re part of an Associate-driven company that values teamwork, mission, accountability and achievement. Your “office” is the cabin of the ultra-modern Embraer 170/175 aircraft where you’ll be part of the team supporting our codeshare partners—American, Delta and United Airlines. If you’re ready for a career that literally puts you at the top of the world, apply today!
- BASE PREFERENCES ARE ASSIGNED IN TRAINING
- MUST BE OPEN TO RELOCATION
- STRICT TATTOO POLICY ENFORCED
- TRAVEL BENEFITS Associates receive travel privileges on American, Delta and United as well as up to 50 other air carriers
- ATTRACTIVE CREW BASES Our bases include CMH, DCA, EWR, IND, LGA, MCI, MIA, ORD, PHL, PIT. IAH opens Summer 2018
- QUALITY HEALTHCARE COVERAGE Industry-leading premiums for dental, vision and medical
- COMPANY PAID HOLIDAYS Eight company-paid holidays, including Flight Attendant Appreciation Day, on assigned work days
- CREW ENVIRONMENT Our aircraft commands two flight attendants on board so you’ll work in a four-person crew environment
- INTERNATIONAL WORK TRIPS We’re the only U.S. regional airline that operates into South America and many Caribbean destinations. We also operate to Canada
- PAID TRAINING You’ll receive pay as well as hotel accommodations through training in Indianapolis
- GUARANTEED DAYS OFF You’ll have a minimum 11 days off/month on reserve or minimum 12 days off/month as a line holder
- INVESTMENT IN YOUR FUTURE Immediate 401(k) vesting and company match
- SPONTANEOUS LIFESTYLE Travel the world for both work and leisure
Ensures the safety and comfort of passengers in accordance with FAA and Inflight guidelines.
To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. Reasonable accommodation will be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
- Performs all regulatory and assigned cabin duties with constant attention to guests while providing a safe and comfortable onboard experience.
- Maintains thorough knowledge of all emergency procedures and the use of all emergency equipment on board the aircraft; operates all emergency exits and aircraft equipment using all the necessary movements and force up to and including 70 pounds.
- Provides food and beverages to passengers, which requires pushing and pulling moveable carts weighing in excess of 250 pounds.
- Assists passengers in stowing carry-on baggage weighing up to and including 35 pounds.
- Maintains a neat and orderly cabin environment.
- Contributes to a reliable and on-time operation by working with other crewmembers to meet all report times, departure times, and minimum turn times.
- Performs inflight sales and promotional duties as assigned.
- Assists other Customer Service staff as needed with passenger handling or other duties.
- Maintains reliable and prompt attendance according to Company policies and procedures.
- Presents a professional image, both in conduct and in appearance, including adherence to the Company uniform dress code.
- Complies with Associate Rules of Conduct as outlined in all applicable manuals.
- Successful completion of FAA-certified 20+ day training program at a company designated location.
- Maintains Flight Attendant qualifications by successfully completing all Company required training.
- Maintains currency of Inflight guides and manuals.
- Fosters the Company’s core values and culture throughout the work environment.
- Performs additional duties as assigned or required.
The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability necessary to perform this job.
- High school diploma or GED, with at least two years of customer service experience.
- Must be 21 years of age by the date of the first interview.
- Able to pass an FAA required 10 year work history review and pass criminal background and fingerprint checks.
- Possess and maintain a valid US passport or foreign passport.
- Authorized by law to work in the United States and able to travel in and out of the United States.
- Willing to submit to and pass FAA and Company mandated random drug and alcohol tests.
- Possess polished and professional interpersonal skills with a positive attitude and a customer-oriented mindset.
- Must be willing and able to serve alcoholic beverages.
- Must be able and willing to serve and handle peanuts, meals containing shellfish/seafood, beef and pork.
- Able to work with animals and around other allergens and products.
- Must not have tattoos visible while in uniform. Tattoos are not allowed on the head, neck, decolletage, lower arm: on or below the bend of the arm to include hands and fingers. Our codeshares do not allow make-up, jewelry, bandages or watches to cover any tattoos.
- Must not have multiple piercings visible while in uniform.
- Ability to read, analyze and interpret technical procedures and governmental regulations.
- Able to effectively present information to and respond to questions from management, crew, passengers and the general public.
- Able to speak and be understood in English, including shouted verbal commands during emergency situations.
- Must be willing to work in a time-sensitive environment and effectively handle stress that is associated with meeting deadlines and managing unexpected change.
- Capable of interpreting a variety of and multiple instructions furnished in written, oral, diagram, or schedule form.
- Must be able to remain calm, think and react quickly in all types of emergency situations including but not limited to: medical emergencies, aircraft decompression, emergency evacuations, fires, security threats, passenger disturbances, turbulence, etc.
- Makes day to day decisions used to support the operation. Decisions often require some thought and are somewhat structured.
- Able to process information quickly and react in a positive manner during unexpected and/or serious situations.
- Capable of controlling personal and emotional responses and acting appropriately under high levels of stress.
The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an Associate to successfully perform the essential functions of this job.
- Must possess the physical strength to reach and operate all emergency equipment and exits using necessary movements and force up to and including 70 pounds.
- Capable of lifting objects above shoulders up to and including 35 pounds.
- Able to push and pull moveable carts weighing in excess of 250 pounds.
- Able to walk and stand for extended periods, sometimes with aircraft turbulence.
- Must be able to stoop, crouch, squat, climb and kneel.
- Able to see clearly at 20 feet or more with corrective lenses or contacts.
- Able to clearly hear verbal communications in person and over airplane communication systems with ambient aircraft and passenger noise.
- Must be able to sit in assigned jump seat with seatbelt and shoulder harness fastened without any modifications.
- Must be able to move about aircraft and perform all required functions freely, effectively and quickly in confined environment.
- Able to work extended duty periods on sequential days.
The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an Associate encounters while performing the essential functions of this job.
- Able and willing to work in a culturally diverse atmosphere and professionally interact with passengers and crew under stressful conditions./li>
- The ability to accommodate customers’ special needs/disabilities.
- Willing and able to work for extended periods of time as well as a varied schedule, including early mornings, nights, overnights and weekends.
Travel up to 100% of the time, including nights, weekends, holidays and overnight. Willing to relocate based on the Company’s operational needs.
Want to connect with one of our recruiters? Email us at PilotRecruitment@rjet.com.