Air Inuit
Post expires 18 October 2020

Description

  • Coordinate Air Inuit’s reservation system with all related factors (schedules, ticketing, GDS, connectivity with stations, Interlining);
  • Project implementation for newly contracted products;
  • Elaborate and maintain training manuals (reservations, DCS, IROPS, schedule creation);
  • Train Air Inuit and handling companies’ staff and trainers;
  • Coordinate schedule distributions to airport authorities (SMA) and other agencies (OAG, Innovata, Nomadis) in accordance with established deadlines;
  • Operational support to Air Inuit network stations;
  • Coordinate communications with the different service providers;
  • Scheduled flights reconciliation;
  • Produce statistics for different governmental entities and Management;
  • Other duties as assigned.

Requirement

  • Be bilingual (French / English) - Inuktitut would be an asset;
  • Extensive knowledge of the ameliaRES system (reservations, ticketing, DCS, IROPS);
  • Classroom teaching experience would be an asset;
  • Knowledge of OAG and the different GDSs (Sabre, Galileo, Travelport and Amadeus);
  • Knowledge of Air Inuit’s operational and reservation policies would be an asset;
  • Knowledge of airline ticketing standards;
  • Good knowledge of Word, Excel and Office;
  • Good communication skills;
  • Team spirit;
  • Be available to travel to the north for training sessions if required;

Working conditions

  • Operational schedule, 37.5 hours per week;
  • Hours between 7:00 and 18:00;
  • Rotational on-call weekends and nights coverage (work phone, 1 weekend per month).
  • Temporary position - 6 months

Benefits

Air Inuit Ltd provides 4% vacation.

The salary is determined according to the company’s compensation policy.                               

Level 6 ($36 014 - $39 390)

Additional information

Please send your resume by October 18, 2020.

We thank all applicants for their interest; however, only those under consideration will be contacted.

Air Inuit is an equal opportunity employer and encourages women, Aboriginal people, persons with disabilities and members of visible minorities to apply.

Reference
3003
Displayed on
05 October 2020
Language
French, English
Status
Temporary

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