- No matter what field you're in now, considering a switch to Air Canada careers may just be a possibility in your future.
- Voted one of Montreal's Top Employers seven years in a row, Air Canada is extremely versatile when it comes to job opportunities.
- Check out some of the available ones below!
Not everyone is lucky enough to work a job they love and for many Montreal locals, finding a job that fits their needs can be challenging. Throughout our city, certain companies have a reputation for being incredible places to work at and Air Canada has been one of those companies for a long time. And, best of all, there are a few awesome job openings that could be great for anyone looking for employment.
According to Mediacorop Canada Inc's annual employee survey, Air Canada has been voted as one of "Montreal's Top Employers" for the seventh consecutive year. The survey recognizes Montreal businesses that excel in human resources and ultimately treat their employees with the utmost respect.
With the new year in full swing, there is no reason why you should stay at a job that makes you miserable. The employee support programs at Air Canada have been praised, as they all include "state-of-the-art training facilities and programs to promote health, fitness, and wellness". So, it's hard to imagine not enjoying your job here.
As the company says, "Air Canada employees love to travel. Why wouldn't they?" For this reason, employees are offered great travel benefits for them and their families, which is reason enough to work for Air Canada — in my opinion.
Those interested in changing jobs can find more details on each position on Air Canada's career page.
If you're a passion-driven being who works well in a team, this position could be for you.
Air Canada is seeking individuals who will be responsible for "driving a core innovation strategy that supports the overall branch objectives", according to the job description.
Applicants must have a Bachelor's degree and must possess strong communication skills.
"The Airport Service Help Desk Coordinator provides 24/7, 365-day support to Altea users worldwide and E-ticket partners when required," as stated in the job description.
Those selected for the position will "process incoming calls, reset passwords and assist with Customer Sales and Service agents when facing problems related to Altea systems."
Applicants interested in this position should work well under pressure, have great interpersonal skills and must be willing to work nights and/or weekends.
This is a one-year contract, not a permanent position.
Air Canada is looking for "dynamic individuals who are able to fill both full time and part-time positions as a Ground Support Equipment (GSE) Mechanic."
A Ground Support Mechanic must have a high school diploma and must be able to successfully pass the pre-employment qualifying exam, among other things of course.
According to the job listing, the Senior Analyst "develops, delivers and maintains applications as per desired technology architecture and business requirements while ensuring highest quality of end-products through introduction of new tools, technology and practices for evolution of processes & optimization of applications."
The person chosen to fill this position must have a thorough understanding of software management.
If you're a self-motivating individual with experience in this field, this could be an excellent job for you.
If you're bilingual and looking for a job in a call center, Air Canada may have a spot for you.
As Canada’s premier loyalty program, Air Canada’s Aeroplan "allows its members to earn Aeroplan miles and has a network of over 70 world-class partners."
Those who will work in this position will be trusted to guide customers and aid them in fully utilizing the benefits of the program.
The successful candidate will have a university degree in business, math or engineering and will demonstrate excellent communication skills. Those thinking of applying must have the ability to multi-task and must possess a strong "entrepreneurial spirit," according to the job description.
Due to the confidential nature of the work that you will be doing, there will be a "high degree of discretion required."
Applicants must also be aware that occasional travel may be necessary.
A team leader is responsible for coordinating and supervising "maintenance activities that are required to provide serviceable aircraft that meet the Transport Canada and Air Canada requirements."
The ideal candidate would be hardworking, with good verbal and written communication skills. They must also possess a valid Aircraft Maintenance Engineer (AME) license or equivalent.
Air Canada has some pretty intense cybersecurity systems. This ultimately allows customers to fly safely, so it is a really important job, to say the least.
If you're good at working in a fast-paced and innovative environment, this may be a dream position for you.
"As an analyst you will be expected to participate in development and help in the implementation of latest security policies, guidelines and standards for improved security."
This is a really cool job that also happens to be super important. So, those who fit the qualifications should definitely apply!
If you're an engineer, this may be a killer position for you.
The Analyst, Data Engineering will "collaborate closely with other members of the enterprise Data & Analytics team in building the next generation of data management and ETL software to enable advanced analytics and data science across the company and our stakeholders," according to the job description.
If you're searching for some challenging IT work, this is a job you are going to want to apply for.
If you have a university graduate degree in actuarial science, mathematics, finance or other related fields and you're looking for a new job, this position may be ideal for you. Some of the daily responsibilities include supporting the Chief Risk Officer with all their responsibilities.
Also, the person who holds this position must ensure "risk-taking is within the risk appetite framework while identifying, measuring, monitoring, reporting and mitigating risks," along with many other things.
If you speak both French and English, this call center position could be an ideal job for you. This position offers both a benefits package and a salary of $14 per hour. It also prides itself as being a position for those who consider themselves "people persons."
Applicants must have a high school diploma to be considered for the job.
Aircraft Technicians and Aircraft Maintenance Engineers have a lot of responsibilities. They are "responsible for airframe maintenance" and expected to have many skill sets including the ability to use "correct tools, methods, techniques and equipment, the ability to read and understand various schematic diagrams." And naturally, they must be team players.
If you think you can handle this high-stress position, make sure to watch this video before you apply!
If you're not intimidated to drive and operate a ramp servicing vehicle or marshal an aircraft then this could be a great position for you. The ramp agent is also responsible to load and unload cargo and passenger baggage.
Those who apply for the position must be available to work irregular shifts. Shift Premiums will be paid differently depending on the day and time. "Afternoon - $0.50 for each hour worked between 18:00 and 23:00. Midnight - $1.00 for each hour worked between 23:00 and 6:00," as stated on the job description.
A Cargo Ramp Agent has similar responsibilities to the Airport Ramp Agent, with the same schedule and pay.
If you have a driver's license and have the strength to lift heavy objects, then this job may be a perfect fit for you.
Take a look at this video to see if a career as a Ramp Agent is something you'd enjoy doing.
Good luck with your job hunt!