Are you looking for a change? How about a work environment subject to frequent changes in geography, cabin altitude, and G-forces? Are you looking for a diverse working culture? How about interacting with a diverse group of customers and a variety of crew members as part of your job? If this sounds like the opportunity you have been waiting for, then read on!
US Airways is currently seeking service-oriented individuals interested in a Flight Attendant career. Our corporate goal, to be recognized as the global carrier of choice, mandates that our employment selection standards reflect the same ambition. The purpose of the Flight Attendant position is to provide leadership, direction and assistance for safety and comfort to passengers on board our aircraft, while working independently and as part of a team.
To provide leadership, direction, and assistance for safety and comfort to passengers on board our aircraft, while working independently and as part of a team.
PRINCIPAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
-Provide exemplary customer service to all aspects of the cabin
-Actively seek to ensure the safety and comfort of customers
-Ensure compliance with Federal Aviation Administration regulations
-Assist passengers and fellow crew members during emergency situations
-Provide special assistance to passengers, including stowing luggage in overhead compartments, emergency medical aid, and wheelchair assistance
-Prepare/serve meals and beverages; sell onboard liquor, duty-free items, and other items
-Write detailed reports pertaining to flight incidents, discrepancies
-Interact with a wide variety of people from a broad range of cultures
TYPICAL PHYSICAL DEMANDS
-Position requires some physical exertion such as pulling, pushing, reaching, bending, standing, walking, and light lifting of passenger bags and catering needs
TYPICAL WORKING CONDITIONS
-Airport operations in all types of weather
-Long periods of standing and talking
-Airport ramp operations are noisy and can be hazardous without due caution
-Extensive travel; must be able to spend consecutive nights away from home
-Alternative work schedules, including evenings, weekends and holidays
-High school diploma or GED equivalent
-Must be at least 21 years of age
-Able to read and speak English and Hebrew fluently
-Direct customer service experience
-Competent in handling difficult situations, problem solving and complaint resolution
-Proficient with Microsoft Office software
-Must comply with uniform guidelines and present a professional image.
-Ability to push or pull moveable carts, which weigh as much as 200 lbs.
-Ability to lifts objects weighing up to 35 lbs., such as galley stowage bins and carry-on baggage
-Minimum height 5′2 without shoes; maximum height 6′2 with shoes
PLEASE NO EMAILS OR PHONE CALLS ABOUT THIS POSITION. APPLICANTS NEED APPLY ON THE LINK PROVIDED BELOW!
* Must be at least 18 years of age or older.
* High school diploma or GED preferred.
* Bi-Lingual a plus.
* No criminal convictions in the last ten calendar years.
* Ability to communicate effectively both orally and in writing for the purpose of public interaction and report writing.
* Authorized to work in the United States.
* Must be able to pass a urinary analysis.
* Neat and professional appearance.
* Friendly and professional demeanor.
* Ability to provide quality customer service.
* Ability to handle typical and crisis situations efficiently and effectively at client site.
Compensation $10-$16 hourly TBD.
The Shalem Center, a Jerusalem-based research and educational institute, is applying to establish Israel’s first liberal arts college. The Center is engaged in a development campaign, focused in North America, to raise the funds to open the College in the Fall of 2012. The Center has opened an office in New York City, managed by the Vice President for Development who is responsible for all North American fundraising.
The Senior Executive Assistant reporting to the Vice President for Development is a full-time position in NYC. He/she will interface and coordinate with an Israeli-based development team.
The Senior Executive Assistant is responsible for coordinating all of the activities of a busy, two-person fundraising office. Responsibilities include:
Management of the mega-donor pipeline, including the identification and screening of potential $1M+ donors, creation of agendas for weekly fundraising meetings, updating of pipeline.
Maintenance of the Master Development Calendar and Trip Planning, including setting up all development-related trips, scheduling donor meetings, handling logistics, preparing materials; maintaining a master trip calendar for all scholars traveling from Israel; handling trip planning for the vice president.
Special Events planning, including organizing parlor meetings, dinners, receptions, etc; handling logistics for two Board of Directors meetings in NYC.
Financial Reporting and Analysis, including maintaining income and fundraising charts, updating fundraising goals and metrics.
Technology, including trouble shooting all aspects of computer operation; preparing power point presentations and spread sheets.
General Office work, including maintaining files, setting up meetings and conference calls, preparing vendor payment and travel reimbursement requests, ordering supplies.
· College degree;
· 3 years work experience
· Prior experience in fundraising office; experience in communicating with board members and high level donors;
· Strong verbal and written communication skills;
· Experience in computer management, including knowledge of Microsoft office suite, skype, adobe etc.
· Highly motivated self-starter who can work both independently and as part of a team
Knowledge of the Jewish community in North America;
· Knowledge of Hebrew helpful but not essential;
· Able to relate positively with donors, potential donors, board members and colleagues in Israel
Benefits: paid vacation, sick/medical leave, maternal/paternal leave, pension
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