The people of Nunavik are counting on us. Our planes connect their villages to each other. Otherwise, residents would not be able to visit one another and maintain the relationships that a community must nurture. Air Inuit's personnel is primarily committed to the Inuit Community, but also to workers and visitors discovering this vast territory and contributing to its prosperity. A great endeavour that could be yours to enjoy.
Ticket agents are responsible for check-in and baggage handling. They process all documentation, including tickets, manifests and items for the accounting departments. They also assist passengers during boarding and at arrival.
The ground equipment mechanic assistants work under the supervision of the ground mechanic supervisors and assist them with the inspection and repair of loading machinery and runway maintenance vehicles. Their duties include inspecting ground equipment, changing oil and batteries and performing general maintenance. As their experience grows, so will their responsibilities and autonomy. Talented individuals may be promoted to the position of ground equipment mechanic supervisor.
Flight attendants interact with passengers from take-off to arrival. Their primary concerns are passenger safety and comfort and must therefore possess excellent communication skills. Fluency in French and English are essential, and knowledge of Inuktitut is a definite asset. Several training courses will be given to perfect the skills required for a flight attendant position.
Besides the routine administrative responsibilities associated with the day-to-day management of an airline, administrative assistants must also be skilled troubleshooters, manage agendas and book meetings when required. They must be proactive, discreet and diplomatic in their interactions with management and staff, as well as remain cool and creative when confronted with unexpected situations. Computer literacy is essential and translation skills are a definite asset.