A Floater Cabin Attendant, floats amongst the fleet taking assignment on various aircraft.
A Floater Cabin Attendant attends to comfort and convenience of passengers on board each flight and is responsible for the catering as well as various administrative and training functions while not flying.
— Receives guidance from the PIC for day-to-day operations.
— Report all cabin discrepancies and cabin maintenance issues to pilot in command for
— Coordinate with pilots, maintenance, and cleaning crews to ensure aircraft is impeccably clean
and properly serviced
— Conduct preflight check of all cabin equipment prior to each flight
— On Part 91 Flights Only
— Ensure passengers comply with federal regulations during flight activity
— Brief passengers on the safety features of the aircraft
— Assist and command the cabin in the event of an aircraft emergency, medical
emergency, or aircraft evacuation
— Assist passengers with seating for adults and children including passengers with
Disabilities And Children Who Require Restraint Systems
— Operate all emergency equipment including fire extinguishers, life rafts, oxygen equipment,
and automatic external defibrillator
— Brief and assist passengers with cabin management systems such as entertainment, high
speed data systems and phone capabilities
— Assist passengers with carry-on luggage
— Maintain complete and detailed working knowledge of all service equipment and procedures of
the aircraft on which he/she is assigned
— Maintain neatness and orderliness of cabin at all times
— Maintain bedding and locker area on various aircraft, as assigned
— Coordinate and shop for interior items per the client’s request
— Plan, order, shop, prepare, and serve all meals and beverages
— Develop and maintain standard stock and source vendors for aircraft cabin, lavatory, and
— Ensure aircraft is prepared to specifications prior to each flight
— Provide client profiles updates, post-trip reports, catering reports and maintain other required
— Manage expense account
— Attend and maintain currency in all aspects of required training, annual recurrent safety,
medical and company Indoc training
— Represent Jet Aviation as one company internally and externally with industry groups,
regulatory bodies and the General Dynamics network.
— Assist Inflight services in outfitting newly acquired aircraft and other administrative functions
— Prepare detailed pass down reports on aircraft
— Place catering orders
— Assist with company events
— Conduct any other duties that may be assigned by Inflight Services
— College degree preferred, high school diploma required
— 2 years of culinary and / or high-end, food service experience
— Must be 21 years of age
— Aviation safety training currency
— Strong organizational and communication skills
— One-year relevant work experience
— Reasonable understanding of aviation industry
— Extraordinary customer focus
— High attention to detail
The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
While performing the duties of this job, the employee is required to use hands to finger, handle, or feel, reach with hands and talk or hear. The employee frequently is required to stand, walk or sit. The employee is occasionally required to climbs or balance, kneel, crouch or crawl. The employee must regularly lift and/or move up to 10 pounds, frequently lift and/or move up to 50 pounds, and occasionally lift and/or move up to 25 pounds over their heads. Specific vision required for this job include, close vision, distance vision, color vision, peripheral vision, depth perception, and ability to adjust and focus.
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