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      • Etobicoke, Ontario
      • Permanent
      Job ResponsibilitiesSwitch, install and/or remove roll-off containers;Ensure that the compactor bin is secured on the truckEnsure that the compactor equipment is shut down and locked out before switching containers; andPick-up and tarp partial/full roll-off container loads and transport loads to the proper facilities to be dumped, as instructed by DispatchQualificationsValid DZ drivers license with air brake endorsement.Ability to drive a manual transmission is a requirement.Clean Drivers Abstract and CVOR are requirements.Strong organizational and time management skillsGood knowledge of the City and surrounding areasGood communication skills
      Job ResponsibilitiesSwitch, install and/or remove roll-off containers;Ensure that the compactor bin is secured on the truckEnsure that the compactor equipment is shut down and locked out before switching containers; andPick-up and tarp partial/full roll-off container loads and transport loads to the proper facilities to be dumped, as instructed by DispatchQualificationsValid DZ drivers license with air brake endorsement.Ability to drive a manual transmission is a requirement.Clean Drivers Abstract and CVOR are requirements.Strong organizational and time management skillsGood knowledge of the City and surrounding areasGood communication skills
      • Toronto, Ontario
      • Permanent
       POSITION SUMMARY:Driving a Tractor Trailer, Rear Packer, Roll-Off, Straight and/or Pick-up truck to various customer locations to pick up their recycled materials. Must understand and practice the Company’s values, which includes treating each other with respect and dignity regardless of position and supports personal growth and continuous improvement. ROLES & RESPONSIBILITIES:1.    Come to work well rested and mentally and physically prepared for your day’s duties. 2.    Complete Pre & Post-trip truck circle checks as per itemized inspection sheet.3.    Complete any repair orders for your truck to ensure that your truck is in a safe condition.4.    Immediately report any defects in equipment or workmanship, which may jeopardize the safe operation of your vehicle. 5.    Report any and all damage to the vehicle, its contents, or to the property of others due to an accident in which your vehicle is involved.6.    As a representative of the Company, it is important to always be neat in appearance and courteous to our clients.7.    Ensure that when arriving at a customer’s site that you advise the client of your presence.8.    Ensure that all loads being transported are loaded in a safe and secure manner.9.    Complete all job specific paper work including route sheets, work orders, scale tickets, mileage report and log book.10.    Before leaving the client’s site clean up any excess material that might have fallen off the full containers while placing them in your truck and/or fallen out of containers during the tarping and switching procedures. 11.    When driving a Tractor Trailer Truck :•    Pickup skidded material or switch rolling containers of paper and/or other recycled material;•    Confirm with the customer before switching the full rolling bins with empty ones at each client’s site;•    When the trailer is full of material insure that the load is properly secured and then delivered to the plant, as instructed by Dispatch, to off load and reload for the next run; and•    Operate small on board forklift used to stack bales and pallets, if required.12.    When driving a Rear Packer Truck :•    Empty containers safely into the hopper of the packer insuring that the load is evenly distributed and that the hopper is not over loaded; and•    As the material could come in various types of containers, confirm with the customer, which containers are to be emptied of their material.13.    When driving a Roll-Off Truck :•    Switch, install and/or remove roll-off containers;•    Insure compactor bin is secured to the truck;•    Ensure that the compactor equipment is shut down and locked out before switching containers; and•    Pick-up and tarp partial/full roll-off container loads and transport loads to the proper facilities, as instructed by Dispatch, to be dumped.14.    When driving a Straight Truck :•    Pickup and switch rolling bins of paper and/or other recycled material;•    Confirm with the customer before switching the full rolling bins with empty ones at each client’s site; and•    When the truck is full material insure that the load is properly secured and then delivered to the plant, as instructed by Dispatch, to off load and reload for the next run.15.    When driving a Pick-up Truck :•    Pickup and switch rolling bins of paper and/or other recycled material;•    Confirm with the customer before switching the full rolling bins with empty ones at each client’s site; and•    When the truck is full material insure that the load is properly secured and then deliver to the plant or dump in back of packer truck on the road, as instructed by Dispatch, to off load and reload for the next run.This job description indicates the general nature and level of work, duties and responsibilities expected of the incumbent.  The incumbent may be asked to perform other duties as required.  The job description may be changed if needed as determined by the Company.  POSITION REQUIREMENTS: Education•    Valid AZ/ DZ drivers license with air brake endorsement. Experience•    Minimum 3 years truck driving experience would be preferred.•    Experience in a related industry (recycling, waste management, etc.) would be a definite asset. Skills•    Strong organizational and time management skills•    Good knowledge of the City and surrounding areas•    Good communication skills•    Accuracy with weights and measures•    Strong customer service attitude PHYSICAL DEMANDSSee attached Physical Demands Analysis (PDA) WORK ENVIRONMENT•    Exposure to outside weather conditions when loading vehicle.
       POSITION SUMMARY:Driving a Tractor Trailer, Rear Packer, Roll-Off, Straight and/or Pick-up truck to various customer locations to pick up their recycled materials. Must understand and practice the Company’s values, which includes treating each other with respect and dignity regardless of position and supports personal growth and continuous improvement. ROLES & RESPONSIBILITIES:1.    Come to work well rested and mentally and physically prepared for your day’s duties. 2.    Complete Pre & Post-trip truck circle checks as per itemized inspection sheet.3.    Complete any repair orders for your truck to ensure that your truck is in a safe condition.4.    Immediately report any defects in equipment or workmanship, which may jeopardize the safe operation of your vehicle. 5.    Report any and all damage to the vehicle, its contents, or to the property of others due to an accident in which your vehicle is involved.6.    As a representative of the Company, it is important to always be neat in appearance and courteous to our clients.7.    Ensure that when arriving at a customer’s site that you advise the client of your presence.8.    Ensure that all loads being transported are loaded in a safe and secure manner.9.    Complete all job specific paper work including route sheets, work orders, scale tickets, mileage report and log book.10.    Before leaving the client’s site clean up any excess material that might have fallen off the full containers while placing them in your truck and/or fallen out of containers during the tarping and switching procedures. 11.    When driving a Tractor Trailer Truck :•    Pickup skidded material or switch rolling containers of paper and/or other recycled material;•    Confirm with the customer before switching the full rolling bins with empty ones at each client’s site;•    When the trailer is full of material insure that the load is properly secured and then delivered to the plant, as instructed by Dispatch, to off load and reload for the next run; and•    Operate small on board forklift used to stack bales and pallets, if required.12.    When driving a Rear Packer Truck :•    Empty containers safely into the hopper of the packer insuring that the load is evenly distributed and that the hopper is not over loaded; and•    As the material could come in various types of containers, confirm with the customer, which containers are to be emptied of their material.13.    When driving a Roll-Off Truck :•    Switch, install and/or remove roll-off containers;•    Insure compactor bin is secured to the truck;•    Ensure that the compactor equipment is shut down and locked out before switching containers; and•    Pick-up and tarp partial/full roll-off container loads and transport loads to the proper facilities, as instructed by Dispatch, to be dumped.14.    When driving a Straight Truck :•    Pickup and switch rolling bins of paper and/or other recycled material;•    Confirm with the customer before switching the full rolling bins with empty ones at each client’s site; and•    When the truck is full material insure that the load is properly secured and then delivered to the plant, as instructed by Dispatch, to off load and reload for the next run.15.    When driving a Pick-up Truck :•    Pickup and switch rolling bins of paper and/or other recycled material;•    Confirm with the customer before switching the full rolling bins with empty ones at each client’s site; and•    When the truck is full material insure that the load is properly secured and then deliver to the plant or dump in back of packer truck on the road, as instructed by Dispatch, to off load and reload for the next run.This job description indicates the general nature and level of work, duties and responsibilities expected of the incumbent.  The incumbent may be asked to perform other duties as required.  The job description may be changed if needed as determined by the Company.  POSITION REQUIREMENTS: Education•    Valid AZ/ DZ drivers license with air brake endorsement. Experience•    Minimum 3 years truck driving experience would be preferred.•    Experience in a related industry (recycling, waste management, etc.) would be a definite asset. Skills•    Strong organizational and time management skills•    Good knowledge of the City and surrounding areas•    Good communication skills•    Accuracy with weights and measures•    Strong customer service attitude PHYSICAL DEMANDSSee attached Physical Demands Analysis (PDA) WORK ENVIRONMENT•    Exposure to outside weather conditions when loading vehicle.
      • Toronto, Ontario
      • Permanent
      Description Being part of Air Canada is to become part of an iconic Canadian symbol, recently ranked the best Airline in North America. Let your career take flight by joining our diverse and vibrant team at the leading edge of passenger aviation. Scope of Position: Reporting directly to the Senior Workforce Performance and Attendance Manager, the Workforce Performance Manager is responsible for implementing and ensuring Airport processes are maintained regarding attendance programs. The Manager will also be responsible for case management regarding rehabilitation of UNIFOR and IAMAW employees.  This role requires fostering strong relationships with other branches including Disability Management, OHS, Labour Relations, Operations, Workforce Planning and other partners.Key Functions & Accountabilities: Manages, monitors and co-ordinates various activities and processes to achieve excellence in the areas of attendance and case management for the respective station(s).Assumes local leadership in implementation of all attendance programs and processes at the station.Responsible for fostering a culture of accountability for front line employees.Promotes healthy and productive workforce initiatives.Leads, motivates, and coaches employees of their performance on an on-going basis by providing constructive feedback and action plans.Reviews daily absenteeism reporting.Anticipates, identifies and resolves attendance and accommodation problems with a results-oriented approach to increasing overall reliability of employees.Identifies employees over corporate attendance thresholds, have meaningful dialogue on a regular basis in efforts to reduce absenteeism levels and overall costs.Proactively manage WCB and GDIP employee files focusing on the safe and positive re-integration into the workplace.Evaluates abilities and provide appropriate accommodations in job functions and work hardening programs.Regularly review employee case files, ensuring to highlight any need to contest and/or negotiate with further guidance from Labour Relations as appropriate.Effectively report and analyze data to identify opportunities of reducing illness and/or injury as well as improving attendance. Forward thinking approach in continuously improving processes and procedures. Foster strong relations with all partnering branches to support initiatives and directives for Airports branch.Commitment to continuously improve skillset in areas of employee wellness, emotional intelligence, mental health awareness, diversity, and inclusion. Commitment to learning, staying current and understanding HR Policy, Collective Agreements and legislations pertaining to absenteeism and accommodation. Maintain accurate reporting and data entry. Effectively substantiate employee files by ensuring medical information is received and process according to policies and procedures. Ensure filing and documentation is maintained to provide employee files to Labour Relations.  Attend arbitrations as a witness when required. Safety Responsibilities:Ensure that risks related to Safety and Security are addressed, root cause identified, and corrective measures implemented. Supports Airport managers and frontline staff within their regions to ensure that Safety, Security and Service standards are observed, monitored and practiced consistently by conducting on-going self-audits. Where self-audit or regulatory audit activities have revealed vulnerabilities, ensure identification of root cause, implementation of corrective measures to address them, as well as a means to verify effectiveness.Is responsible for the safety of operations within their region. Oversees and supports the implementation and audit of Air Canada SOPs (Standard Operating Procedures), as well as the regular follow up meetings with Stakeholders internally, and externally, by airport managers.Ensures compliance with standards of IOSA, SMS and other applicable authorities. Responsible for supporting Management and Ground Handlers for safety, security, and customer service activities within responsible region.Anticipates and identifies safety, security, service, and operational problems, and resolves them with the branch safety team while maintaining the focus on safety.Qualifications Airline experience, with knowledge of Airport Operations.Knowledge of collective agreements and managing a unionized workforce.Effective communication and interpersonal skills.Knowledge of WCB, CNESST policy and guidelines.Resilient and adaptable leader.Ability to work independently with minimum supervision in a fast-paced environment, while managing multiple tasks, prioritizing and making effective decisions.Intermediate knowledge of Microsoft Office and databases.Strong Leadership and Managerial Courage skills. Available to work a flexible work schedule that includes days, evenings, statutory holidays, weekends and overnight shifts. Operationally Critical Function: Yes Conditions of Employment:Candidates must be eligible to work in the country of interest, at the time any offer of employment is made and seeking any required work permits/visas or other authorizations which may be required is the sole responsibility of the candidates applying for this position.Mandatory Covid-19 Vaccination RequiredLinguistic RequirementsBased on equal qualifications, preference will be given to bilingual candidates. Diversity and Inclusion Air Canada is strongly committed to Diversity and Inclusion and aims to create a healthy, accessible and rewarding work environment which highlights employees’ unique contributions to our company’s success. As an equal opportunity employer, we welcome applications from all to help us build a diverse workforce which reflects the diversity of our customers, and communities, in which we live and serve.Air Canada thanks all candidates for their interest; however only those selected to continue in the process will be contacted. 
      Description Being part of Air Canada is to become part of an iconic Canadian symbol, recently ranked the best Airline in North America. Let your career take flight by joining our diverse and vibrant team at the leading edge of passenger aviation. Scope of Position: Reporting directly to the Senior Workforce Performance and Attendance Manager, the Workforce Performance Manager is responsible for implementing and ensuring Airport processes are maintained regarding attendance programs. The Manager will also be responsible for case management regarding rehabilitation of UNIFOR and IAMAW employees.  This role requires fostering strong relationships with other branches including Disability Management, OHS, Labour Relations, Operations, Workforce Planning and other partners.Key Functions & Accountabilities: Manages, monitors and co-ordinates various activities and processes to achieve excellence in the areas of attendance and case management for the respective station(s).Assumes local leadership in implementation of all attendance programs and processes at the station.Responsible for fostering a culture of accountability for front line employees.Promotes healthy and productive workforce initiatives.Leads, motivates, and coaches employees of their performance on an on-going basis by providing constructive feedback and action plans.Reviews daily absenteeism reporting.Anticipates, identifies and resolves attendance and accommodation problems with a results-oriented approach to increasing overall reliability of employees.Identifies employees over corporate attendance thresholds, have meaningful dialogue on a regular basis in efforts to reduce absenteeism levels and overall costs.Proactively manage WCB and GDIP employee files focusing on the safe and positive re-integration into the workplace.Evaluates abilities and provide appropriate accommodations in job functions and work hardening programs.Regularly review employee case files, ensuring to highlight any need to contest and/or negotiate with further guidance from Labour Relations as appropriate.Effectively report and analyze data to identify opportunities of reducing illness and/or injury as well as improving attendance. Forward thinking approach in continuously improving processes and procedures. Foster strong relations with all partnering branches to support initiatives and directives for Airports branch.Commitment to continuously improve skillset in areas of employee wellness, emotional intelligence, mental health awareness, diversity, and inclusion. Commitment to learning, staying current and understanding HR Policy, Collective Agreements and legislations pertaining to absenteeism and accommodation. Maintain accurate reporting and data entry. Effectively substantiate employee files by ensuring medical information is received and process according to policies and procedures. Ensure filing and documentation is maintained to provide employee files to Labour Relations.  Attend arbitrations as a witness when required. Safety Responsibilities:Ensure that risks related to Safety and Security are addressed, root cause identified, and corrective measures implemented. Supports Airport managers and frontline staff within their regions to ensure that Safety, Security and Service standards are observed, monitored and practiced consistently by conducting on-going self-audits. Where self-audit or regulatory audit activities have revealed vulnerabilities, ensure identification of root cause, implementation of corrective measures to address them, as well as a means to verify effectiveness.Is responsible for the safety of operations within their region. Oversees and supports the implementation and audit of Air Canada SOPs (Standard Operating Procedures), as well as the regular follow up meetings with Stakeholders internally, and externally, by airport managers.Ensures compliance with standards of IOSA, SMS and other applicable authorities. Responsible for supporting Management and Ground Handlers for safety, security, and customer service activities within responsible region.Anticipates and identifies safety, security, service, and operational problems, and resolves them with the branch safety team while maintaining the focus on safety.Qualifications Airline experience, with knowledge of Airport Operations.Knowledge of collective agreements and managing a unionized workforce.Effective communication and interpersonal skills.Knowledge of WCB, CNESST policy and guidelines.Resilient and adaptable leader.Ability to work independently with minimum supervision in a fast-paced environment, while managing multiple tasks, prioritizing and making effective decisions.Intermediate knowledge of Microsoft Office and databases.Strong Leadership and Managerial Courage skills. Available to work a flexible work schedule that includes days, evenings, statutory holidays, weekends and overnight shifts. Operationally Critical Function: Yes Conditions of Employment:Candidates must be eligible to work in the country of interest, at the time any offer of employment is made and seeking any required work permits/visas or other authorizations which may be required is the sole responsibility of the candidates applying for this position.Mandatory Covid-19 Vaccination RequiredLinguistic RequirementsBased on equal qualifications, preference will be given to bilingual candidates. Diversity and Inclusion Air Canada is strongly committed to Diversity and Inclusion and aims to create a healthy, accessible and rewarding work environment which highlights employees’ unique contributions to our company’s success. As an equal opportunity employer, we welcome applications from all to help us build a diverse workforce which reflects the diversity of our customers, and communities, in which we live and serve.Air Canada thanks all candidates for their interest; however only those selected to continue in the process will be contacted. 
      • Toronto, Ontario
      • Permanent
      Description Being part of Air Canada is to become part of an iconic Canadian symbol, recently ranked the best Airline in North America. Let your career take flight by joining our diverse and vibrant team at the leading edge of passenger aviation.The position is located at the Toronto Pearson International Airport, Toronto.  Permanent full-time employment is 40 hours per week and permanent part-time employment can be scheduled for a minimum of 20 hours and a maximum of 32 hours per week. The current salary is $16.56/hr as per the collective agreement. Position SummaryThe primary function of an Air Canada Concierge is to ease the way for our premium customers throughout their entire airport experience.This role includes all premium customer touch points such as check-in, Maple Leaf lounges along with traditional personal services.The position is modeled after concierge service found in 5 star hotels.The position is a busy one with duties that vary from day to day depending on the diverse requirements of our top tier premium customers.A Concierge is always helpful, always follows through with a request and always has the right attitude. The Concierge creates a sense of comfort and recognition for our premium customers with a simple philosophy – “If it’s possible, consider it done”.Key Concierge ActivitiesIdentify and review Top Tier/International Business Class reservations in advance of flight departure and/or arrival to ensure that all special service requests have been actioned.Ensure system wide “personal service” follow-up through communication with the worldwide network of Air Canada Concierges.Greet and assist all high value/high profile customers.Offer assistance for any special needs.Monitor connections and proactively initiate re-bookings as required.Work closely with Super Elite reservations desk and Customer Relations to facilitate Super Elite customer needs and to resolve service failures.Maintain and update Concierge library of reference material and daily log.Develop a network of contacts and resources that can provide assistance in accommodating the diverse requests of our top tier customers.Qualifications Technical:Knowledge and experience as an Airport Customer Sales and Service Agent would be considered an asset.Superior knowledge of airline service information and airport procedures would be considered an asset.Strong knowledge of local city attractions, events, hotels, restaurants and services.Ticketing experience would be considered an asset.Behavioral:Mandatory Covid-19 Vaccination RequiredExcellent customer service skills.Strong desire to consistently exceed customer expectations while providing personalized service.Proactive, take charge attitude in resolving problems with creative solutions.Good sense of judgment in balancing customer interests with company policy.Superior leadership and people skills with a demonstrated ability to work as a team player.Self-motivated with an excellent ability to work under pressure while handling multiple tasks at the same time.Impeccable grooming, excellent organization skills, strong attention to detail.Excellent attendance record.Willing and able to work in a team environment.Must be able to obtain and maintain any applicable transportation security clearances and additional authorizations. Please refer to Transport Canada site for more details.Candidates must be eligible to work in the country of interest, at the time any offer of employment is made and seeking any required work permits/visas or other authorizations which may be required is the sole responsibly of the candidates applying for this position.Linguistic Requirements:This position requires linguistic fluency.  Priority will be given to candidates completely fluent in English.Candidates fluent in English, French and one or more of the following languages is considered an asset: Japanese, Korean, Cantonese, Mandarin, Spanish, Italian, German, Arabic, Hebrew, Portuguese or GreekDiversity and InclusionAir Canada is strongly committed to Diversity and Inclusion and aims to create a healthy, accessible and rewarding work environment which highlights employees’ unique contributions to our company’s success.As an equal opportunity employer, we welcome applications from all to help us build a diverse workforce which reflects the diversity of our customers, and communities, in which we live and serve.Air Canada thanks all candidates for their interest; however, only those selected to continue in the process will be contacted.
      Description Being part of Air Canada is to become part of an iconic Canadian symbol, recently ranked the best Airline in North America. Let your career take flight by joining our diverse and vibrant team at the leading edge of passenger aviation.The position is located at the Toronto Pearson International Airport, Toronto.  Permanent full-time employment is 40 hours per week and permanent part-time employment can be scheduled for a minimum of 20 hours and a maximum of 32 hours per week. The current salary is $16.56/hr as per the collective agreement. Position SummaryThe primary function of an Air Canada Concierge is to ease the way for our premium customers throughout their entire airport experience.This role includes all premium customer touch points such as check-in, Maple Leaf lounges along with traditional personal services.The position is modeled after concierge service found in 5 star hotels.The position is a busy one with duties that vary from day to day depending on the diverse requirements of our top tier premium customers.A Concierge is always helpful, always follows through with a request and always has the right attitude. The Concierge creates a sense of comfort and recognition for our premium customers with a simple philosophy – “If it’s possible, consider it done”.Key Concierge ActivitiesIdentify and review Top Tier/International Business Class reservations in advance of flight departure and/or arrival to ensure that all special service requests have been actioned.Ensure system wide “personal service” follow-up through communication with the worldwide network of Air Canada Concierges.Greet and assist all high value/high profile customers.Offer assistance for any special needs.Monitor connections and proactively initiate re-bookings as required.Work closely with Super Elite reservations desk and Customer Relations to facilitate Super Elite customer needs and to resolve service failures.Maintain and update Concierge library of reference material and daily log.Develop a network of contacts and resources that can provide assistance in accommodating the diverse requests of our top tier customers.Qualifications Technical:Knowledge and experience as an Airport Customer Sales and Service Agent would be considered an asset.Superior knowledge of airline service information and airport procedures would be considered an asset.Strong knowledge of local city attractions, events, hotels, restaurants and services.Ticketing experience would be considered an asset.Behavioral:Mandatory Covid-19 Vaccination RequiredExcellent customer service skills.Strong desire to consistently exceed customer expectations while providing personalized service.Proactive, take charge attitude in resolving problems with creative solutions.Good sense of judgment in balancing customer interests with company policy.Superior leadership and people skills with a demonstrated ability to work as a team player.Self-motivated with an excellent ability to work under pressure while handling multiple tasks at the same time.Impeccable grooming, excellent organization skills, strong attention to detail.Excellent attendance record.Willing and able to work in a team environment.Must be able to obtain and maintain any applicable transportation security clearances and additional authorizations. Please refer to Transport Canada site for more details.Candidates must be eligible to work in the country of interest, at the time any offer of employment is made and seeking any required work permits/visas or other authorizations which may be required is the sole responsibly of the candidates applying for this position.Linguistic Requirements:This position requires linguistic fluency.  Priority will be given to candidates completely fluent in English.Candidates fluent in English, French and one or more of the following languages is considered an asset: Japanese, Korean, Cantonese, Mandarin, Spanish, Italian, German, Arabic, Hebrew, Portuguese or GreekDiversity and InclusionAir Canada is strongly committed to Diversity and Inclusion and aims to create a healthy, accessible and rewarding work environment which highlights employees’ unique contributions to our company’s success.As an equal opportunity employer, we welcome applications from all to help us build a diverse workforce which reflects the diversity of our customers, and communities, in which we live and serve.Air Canada thanks all candidates for their interest; however, only those selected to continue in the process will be contacted.
      • Toronto, Ontario
      • Permanent
      Description Being part of Air Canada is to become part of an iconic Canadian symbol, recently ranked the best Airline in North America. Let your career take flight by joining our diverse and vibrant team at the leading edge of passenger aviation.          Whether a Captain, a First Officer or Relief Pilot, an Air Canada pilot's number one priority is to conduct each flight safely with due consideration to passenger comfort and on-time performance.                   While the typical work month consists of approximately 80 hours of flying, pilots spend many additional hours on such ground duties as preparing flight plans, readying the aircraft for departure, and completing post-flight reports. A day's work may vary from a long-range international flight to a sequence of shorter domestic flights. Reserve duty, in which the pilot is "on call", may also be assigned.            Air Canada pilots operate out of one of the four crew bases: Montreal, Toronto, Winnipeg or Vancouver. Base preferences are awarded in seniority so pilots must be willing to relocate as assigned. Pilots typically begin their career as a First Officer on domestic aircraft or as a Relief Pilot on long-range, international flights.Qualifications To fly for Air Canada, pilots must meet certain basic requirements:    2000 hours of fixed wing flying time        Ability to pass the Air Canada and Transport Canada medical and visual acuity requirements for a Category 1 medical certificate         Canadian Airline Transport Pilot Licence (ATPL), current Group 1 (Multi-engine) Instrument Rating         Canadian citizenship or landed immigrant status         The ability to hold a Restricted Area Identity Card (RAIC)   Pilot applications far exceed job vacancies, so preference is given to candidates with qualifications beyond the basic requirements. Examples of desirable additional qualifications include, but are not limited to:        Graduates of a three or four year diploma/degree program from a college or university       Aviation College degree or diploma       Commercial or military flight experience       Jet and/or turbo-prop multi-crew experience     Conditions of Employment:Candidates must be eligible to work in the country of interest, at the time any offer of employment is made and seeking any required work permits/visas or other authorizations which may be required is the sole responsibility of the candidates applying for this position.Mandatory Covid-19 Vaccination RequiredDiversity and Inclusion: Air Canada is strongly committed to Diversity and Inclusion and aims to create a healthy, accessible and rewarding work environment which highlights employees’ unique contributions to our company’s success. As an equal opportunity employer, we welcome applications from all to help us build a diverse workforce which reflects the diversity of our customers, and communities, in which we live and serve. Air Canada thanks all candidates for their interest; however only those selected to continue in the process will be contacted. We are aware that coaching programs are being offered by third party companies on Air Canada's pilot interview questions. Please be advised that Air Canada does not endorse any agencies that prepare candidates for our interviews. Candidates who arrive for an interview with prepared answers provided by such agencies are easily recognized and will be assessed accordingly. Interview questions are changed at regular intervals. Providing 'canned' answers will likely result in a poor assessment of your suitability as an Air Canada pilot.    
      Description Being part of Air Canada is to become part of an iconic Canadian symbol, recently ranked the best Airline in North America. Let your career take flight by joining our diverse and vibrant team at the leading edge of passenger aviation.          Whether a Captain, a First Officer or Relief Pilot, an Air Canada pilot's number one priority is to conduct each flight safely with due consideration to passenger comfort and on-time performance.                   While the typical work month consists of approximately 80 hours of flying, pilots spend many additional hours on such ground duties as preparing flight plans, readying the aircraft for departure, and completing post-flight reports. A day's work may vary from a long-range international flight to a sequence of shorter domestic flights. Reserve duty, in which the pilot is "on call", may also be assigned.            Air Canada pilots operate out of one of the four crew bases: Montreal, Toronto, Winnipeg or Vancouver. Base preferences are awarded in seniority so pilots must be willing to relocate as assigned. Pilots typically begin their career as a First Officer on domestic aircraft or as a Relief Pilot on long-range, international flights.Qualifications To fly for Air Canada, pilots must meet certain basic requirements:    2000 hours of fixed wing flying time        Ability to pass the Air Canada and Transport Canada medical and visual acuity requirements for a Category 1 medical certificate         Canadian Airline Transport Pilot Licence (ATPL), current Group 1 (Multi-engine) Instrument Rating         Canadian citizenship or landed immigrant status         The ability to hold a Restricted Area Identity Card (RAIC)   Pilot applications far exceed job vacancies, so preference is given to candidates with qualifications beyond the basic requirements. Examples of desirable additional qualifications include, but are not limited to:        Graduates of a three or four year diploma/degree program from a college or university       Aviation College degree or diploma       Commercial or military flight experience       Jet and/or turbo-prop multi-crew experience     Conditions of Employment:Candidates must be eligible to work in the country of interest, at the time any offer of employment is made and seeking any required work permits/visas or other authorizations which may be required is the sole responsibility of the candidates applying for this position.Mandatory Covid-19 Vaccination RequiredDiversity and Inclusion: Air Canada is strongly committed to Diversity and Inclusion and aims to create a healthy, accessible and rewarding work environment which highlights employees’ unique contributions to our company’s success. As an equal opportunity employer, we welcome applications from all to help us build a diverse workforce which reflects the diversity of our customers, and communities, in which we live and serve. Air Canada thanks all candidates for their interest; however only those selected to continue in the process will be contacted. We are aware that coaching programs are being offered by third party companies on Air Canada's pilot interview questions. Please be advised that Air Canada does not endorse any agencies that prepare candidates for our interviews. Candidates who arrive for an interview with prepared answers provided by such agencies are easily recognized and will be assessed accordingly. Interview questions are changed at regular intervals. Providing 'canned' answers will likely result in a poor assessment of your suitability as an Air Canada pilot.    
      • Toronto, Ontario
      • Permanent
      Description Are you passionate about reaching new heights, teamwork and making a meaningful contribution? Do you picture yourself as a valued member of an industry-leading organization? If you answered yes to these questions, Air Canada is seeking enthusiastic individuals to join the diverse and vibrant team working together to lead the growth and expansion of Canada’s flag carrier.Performing one of aviation's most important roles, flight dispatchers share with pilots the ultimate responsibility for a flight's safe commencement and completion under a Type A Operational Control System.Responsible for developing, reviewing, authorizing, issuing and revising, as required, Operational Flight Plans, on a co-authority basis with the Pilot In Command.Performing Operational Flight Watch and for determining if changes to operational and meteorological conditions may affect the safety of flights within a prescribed area or on assigned routes, and for communicating those changes to the pilot-in-command, as required.Analyzing operational conditions and identifying any opportunities that may benefit, constrain or impede operational capabilities, inclusive of, but not limited to, weather, facilities, Air Traffic Control, and aircraft performance.Communicating to Air Traffic Control Services all Operational Flight Plan requirements.Ensuring that all aircraft are dispatched in accordance with the provisions set out in the Aircraft Operating Manual, Minimum Equipment List, Flight Operations/Flight Dispatch Manual and governing Regulations.Ensure that the pilot-in-command is furnished while en route, by appropriate means, with all information that may be necessary for the safe conduct of the flight.Maintain a thorough knowledge of the serviceability of airports, runways, airways and navigational aids used by the Company for assigned workload areas. Maintain a thorough knowledge of all applicable Company publications, including the Flight Dispatch Manual, Flight Operations Manual and Jeppesen Enroute and Airport Charts.Soliciting, interpreting, and maintaining current flight and field condition reports to provide flight crews with the latest operational information.Communication with the Chief Duty Dispatcher and other positions within System Operations Control to ensure that adequate information flow is maintained with respect to any beneficial or operational problems associated with flights or operating areas.Communicating information to the Chief Duty Dispatcher with regard to Incidents and / or Categories as per the Flight Dispatch Manual and the Emergency Response Manual.Perform duties in accordance with established policies and procedures while giving primary consideration to personal safety, the safety of coworkers and customers.Qualifications Mandatory Covid-19 Vaccination RequiredAll Air Canada Flight Dispatchers are required to be qualified in accordance with CAR 705 and CASS 725.Must be at least 21 years of age.Hold a radiotelephone operator's restricted certificate.Have a current valid passport.Good decision-making ability in high pressure situations.Strong interpersonal, communication and organization skills.Demonstrated ability to keep and monitor records effectively.Capable of working under pressure without close supervision.Experience with conflict resolution and problem solving.Previous airline operational experience, an asset.Must work shifts, including midnights.Good communication skills, verbal and written.Proficiency with PC (Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint)an asset.Post secondary education is an asset.Employees in this role, conduct safety-critical work and as such, Air Canada medical standards must be met in order to qualify for the role. Candidates will be subject to a medical evaluation, including a drug and alcohol test and are expected to be free of any intoxicating substances.Linguistic RequirementsBased on equal qualifications, preference will be given to bilingual candidates.Diversity and InclusionAir Canada is strongly committed to Diversity and Inclusion and aims to create a healthy, accessible and rewarding work environment which highlights employees’ unique contributions to our company’s success.As an equal opportunity employer, we welcome applications from all to help us build a diverse workforce which reflects the diversity of our customers, and communities, in which we live and serve.Air Canada thanks all candidates for their interest; however only those selected to continue in the process will be contacted.
      Description Are you passionate about reaching new heights, teamwork and making a meaningful contribution? Do you picture yourself as a valued member of an industry-leading organization? If you answered yes to these questions, Air Canada is seeking enthusiastic individuals to join the diverse and vibrant team working together to lead the growth and expansion of Canada’s flag carrier.Performing one of aviation's most important roles, flight dispatchers share with pilots the ultimate responsibility for a flight's safe commencement and completion under a Type A Operational Control System.Responsible for developing, reviewing, authorizing, issuing and revising, as required, Operational Flight Plans, on a co-authority basis with the Pilot In Command.Performing Operational Flight Watch and for determining if changes to operational and meteorological conditions may affect the safety of flights within a prescribed area or on assigned routes, and for communicating those changes to the pilot-in-command, as required.Analyzing operational conditions and identifying any opportunities that may benefit, constrain or impede operational capabilities, inclusive of, but not limited to, weather, facilities, Air Traffic Control, and aircraft performance.Communicating to Air Traffic Control Services all Operational Flight Plan requirements.Ensuring that all aircraft are dispatched in accordance with the provisions set out in the Aircraft Operating Manual, Minimum Equipment List, Flight Operations/Flight Dispatch Manual and governing Regulations.Ensure that the pilot-in-command is furnished while en route, by appropriate means, with all information that may be necessary for the safe conduct of the flight.Maintain a thorough knowledge of the serviceability of airports, runways, airways and navigational aids used by the Company for assigned workload areas. Maintain a thorough knowledge of all applicable Company publications, including the Flight Dispatch Manual, Flight Operations Manual and Jeppesen Enroute and Airport Charts.Soliciting, interpreting, and maintaining current flight and field condition reports to provide flight crews with the latest operational information.Communication with the Chief Duty Dispatcher and other positions within System Operations Control to ensure that adequate information flow is maintained with respect to any beneficial or operational problems associated with flights or operating areas.Communicating information to the Chief Duty Dispatcher with regard to Incidents and / or Categories as per the Flight Dispatch Manual and the Emergency Response Manual.Perform duties in accordance with established policies and procedures while giving primary consideration to personal safety, the safety of coworkers and customers.Qualifications Mandatory Covid-19 Vaccination RequiredAll Air Canada Flight Dispatchers are required to be qualified in accordance with CAR 705 and CASS 725.Must be at least 21 years of age.Hold a radiotelephone operator's restricted certificate.Have a current valid passport.Good decision-making ability in high pressure situations.Strong interpersonal, communication and organization skills.Demonstrated ability to keep and monitor records effectively.Capable of working under pressure without close supervision.Experience with conflict resolution and problem solving.Previous airline operational experience, an asset.Must work shifts, including midnights.Good communication skills, verbal and written.Proficiency with PC (Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint)an asset.Post secondary education is an asset.Employees in this role, conduct safety-critical work and as such, Air Canada medical standards must be met in order to qualify for the role. Candidates will be subject to a medical evaluation, including a drug and alcohol test and are expected to be free of any intoxicating substances.Linguistic RequirementsBased on equal qualifications, preference will be given to bilingual candidates.Diversity and InclusionAir Canada is strongly committed to Diversity and Inclusion and aims to create a healthy, accessible and rewarding work environment which highlights employees’ unique contributions to our company’s success.As an equal opportunity employer, we welcome applications from all to help us build a diverse workforce which reflects the diversity of our customers, and communities, in which we live and serve.Air Canada thanks all candidates for their interest; however only those selected to continue in the process will be contacted.
      • Toronto, Ontario
      • Permanent
      Description Being part of Air Canada is to become part of an iconic Canadian symbol, recently ranked the best Airline in North America. Let your career take flight by joining our diverse and vibrant team at the leading edge of passenger aviation.Air Canada is presently looking for for a dynamic individual to fill a permanent full- time position as of a Ground Support Equipment (GSE) Mechanic.The GSE maintenance professionals should have the following skill sets:Knowledge of drive-trains, diesel and gasoline engines, propane fuel systems, complex electrical and hydraulic systems, and metal fabrication and welding.Candidates should be able to read and understand various schematic diagrams for maintenance troubleshooting and be proficient with computers and diagnostic tools.Individuals need to be "team players" with excellent written and verbal communication skills with the ability to maintain a customer focused attitude in a demanding, high stress environment.Qualifications Mandatory Covid-19 Vaccination Required as of October 31st, 2021High School diploma.Must have 310S, 310T, OR Red SealValid Automotive Service Technician, Commercial Transport Mechanic or Heavy Duty Mechanic trades certification.Inter-Provincial Red Seal. A minimum of five (5) years experience in the trade.Able to successfully pass the pre-employment qualifying exam.Ability to pass security clearance and obtain the Restricted area identity card (RAIC).  Please refer to Transport Canada site for more detailsEmployees in this role, conduct safety-critical work and as such, Air Canada medical standards must be met in order to qualify for the role. Candidates will be subject to a medical evaluation, including a drug and alcohol test an are expected to be free of any intoxicating substances.Candidates must be eligible to work in the country of interest, at the time any offer of employment is made and seeking any required work permits/visas or other authorizations which may be required is the sole responsibly of the candidates applying for this position.Must be able to obtain and maintain any applicable transportation security clearances and additional authorizations depending on the work location. Please refer to Transport Canada site for more details.AssetsAdvanced Fuel Injection & Diesel Engine Tune-Up certificates/licenses.Air Conditioning and Refrigeration certificates/licenses.Propane Fuel Systems certificates/licenses.Automotive Inspection certificate/licenses.Previous experience maintaining mobile ground power (generators), air conditioners (up to 110 ton), air start units (compressors up to 250 cfm), but will also consider experience in Farm or Heavy Industrial equipment.Current security clearanceLinguistic Requirements Based on equal qualifications, preference will be given to bilingual candidates. Diversity and Inclusion Air Canada is strongly committed to Diversity and Inclusion and aims to create a healthy, accessible and rewarding work environment which highlights employees’ unique contributions to our company’s success. As an equal opportunity employer, we welcome applications from all to help us build a diverse workforce which reflects the diversity of our customers, and communities, in which we live and serve. Air Canada thanks all candidates for their interest; however only those selected to continue in the process will be contacted.
      Description Being part of Air Canada is to become part of an iconic Canadian symbol, recently ranked the best Airline in North America. Let your career take flight by joining our diverse and vibrant team at the leading edge of passenger aviation.Air Canada is presently looking for for a dynamic individual to fill a permanent full- time position as of a Ground Support Equipment (GSE) Mechanic.The GSE maintenance professionals should have the following skill sets:Knowledge of drive-trains, diesel and gasoline engines, propane fuel systems, complex electrical and hydraulic systems, and metal fabrication and welding.Candidates should be able to read and understand various schematic diagrams for maintenance troubleshooting and be proficient with computers and diagnostic tools.Individuals need to be "team players" with excellent written and verbal communication skills with the ability to maintain a customer focused attitude in a demanding, high stress environment.Qualifications Mandatory Covid-19 Vaccination Required as of October 31st, 2021High School diploma.Must have 310S, 310T, OR Red SealValid Automotive Service Technician, Commercial Transport Mechanic or Heavy Duty Mechanic trades certification.Inter-Provincial Red Seal. A minimum of five (5) years experience in the trade.Able to successfully pass the pre-employment qualifying exam.Ability to pass security clearance and obtain the Restricted area identity card (RAIC).  Please refer to Transport Canada site for more detailsEmployees in this role, conduct safety-critical work and as such, Air Canada medical standards must be met in order to qualify for the role. Candidates will be subject to a medical evaluation, including a drug and alcohol test an are expected to be free of any intoxicating substances.Candidates must be eligible to work in the country of interest, at the time any offer of employment is made and seeking any required work permits/visas or other authorizations which may be required is the sole responsibly of the candidates applying for this position.Must be able to obtain and maintain any applicable transportation security clearances and additional authorizations depending on the work location. Please refer to Transport Canada site for more details.AssetsAdvanced Fuel Injection & Diesel Engine Tune-Up certificates/licenses.Air Conditioning and Refrigeration certificates/licenses.Propane Fuel Systems certificates/licenses.Automotive Inspection certificate/licenses.Previous experience maintaining mobile ground power (generators), air conditioners (up to 110 ton), air start units (compressors up to 250 cfm), but will also consider experience in Farm or Heavy Industrial equipment.Current security clearanceLinguistic Requirements Based on equal qualifications, preference will be given to bilingual candidates. Diversity and Inclusion Air Canada is strongly committed to Diversity and Inclusion and aims to create a healthy, accessible and rewarding work environment which highlights employees’ unique contributions to our company’s success. As an equal opportunity employer, we welcome applications from all to help us build a diverse workforce which reflects the diversity of our customers, and communities, in which we live and serve. Air Canada thanks all candidates for their interest; however only those selected to continue in the process will be contacted.
      • Toronto, Ontario
      • Permanent
      Description Pilot - AC Express Pilot Careers Portal (for AC Express Pilots only)This job posting is exclusively for pilot applicants currently employed by our Air Canada Express Carrier (Jazz Aviation LP) that are interested in employment with Air Canada. If you are not currently employed by one of these companies, please apply to the position Pilot (for non AC-Express Pilots only) (28809). Being part of Air Canada is to become part of an iconic Canadian symbol, recently ranked the best Airline in North America. Let your career take flight by joining our diverse and vibrant team at the leading edge of passenger aviation.        Whether a Captain, a First Officer or Relief Pilot, an Air Canada pilot's number one priority is to conduct each flight safely with due consideration to passenger comfort and on-time performance.                 While the typical work month consists of approximately 80 hours of flying, pilots spend many additional hours on such ground duties as preparing flight plans, readying the aircraft for departure, and completing post-flight reports. A day's work may vary from a long-range international flight to a sequence of shorter domestic flights. Reserve duty, in which the pilot is "on call", may also be assigned.           Air Canada pilots operate out of one of the four crew bases: Montreal, Toronto, Winnipeg or Vancouver. Base preferences are awarded in seniority so pilots must be willing to relocate as assigned. Pilots typically begin their career as a First Officer on domestic aircraft or as a Relief Pilot on long-range, international flights.Qualifications To fly for Air Canada, pilots must meet certain basic requirements:   2000 hours of fixed wing flying time        Ability to pass the Air Canada and Transport Canada medical and visual acuity requirements for a Category 1 medical certificate         Canadian Airline Transport Pilot Licence (ATPL), current Group 1 (Multi-engine) Instrument Rating         Canadian citizenship or landed immigrant status         The ability to hold a Restricted Area Identity Card (RAIC)   Pilot applications far exceed job vacancies, so preference is given to candidates with qualifications beyond the basic requirements. Examples of desirable additional qualifications include, but are not limited to:       Graduates of a three or four year diploma/degree program from a college or university       Aviation College degree or diploma       Commercial or military flight experience       Jet and/or turbo-prop multi-crew experience     Conditions of Employment:Candidates must be eligible to work in the country of interest, at the time any offer of employment is made and seeking any required work permits/visas or other authorizations which may be required is the sole responsibility of the candidates applying for this position.Mandatory Covid-19 Vaccination RequiredDiversity and Inclusion: Air Canada is strongly committed to Diversity and Inclusion and aims to create a healthy, accessible and rewarding work environment which highlights employees’ unique contributions to our company’s success. As an equal opportunity employer, we welcome applications from all to help us build a diverse workforce which reflects the diversity of our customers, and communities, in which we live and serve. Air Canada thanks all candidates for their interest; however only those selected to continue in the process will be contacted. We are aware that coaching programs are being offered by third party companies on Air Canada's pilot interview questions. Please be advised that Air Canada does not endorse any agencies that prepare candidates for our interviews. Candidates who arrive for an interview with prepared answers provided by such agencies are easily recognized and will be assessed accordingly. Interview questions are changed at regular intervals. Providing 'canned' answers will likely result in a poor assessment of your suitability as an Air Canada pilot.   
      Description Pilot - AC Express Pilot Careers Portal (for AC Express Pilots only)This job posting is exclusively for pilot applicants currently employed by our Air Canada Express Carrier (Jazz Aviation LP) that are interested in employment with Air Canada. If you are not currently employed by one of these companies, please apply to the position Pilot (for non AC-Express Pilots only) (28809). Being part of Air Canada is to become part of an iconic Canadian symbol, recently ranked the best Airline in North America. Let your career take flight by joining our diverse and vibrant team at the leading edge of passenger aviation.        Whether a Captain, a First Officer or Relief Pilot, an Air Canada pilot's number one priority is to conduct each flight safely with due consideration to passenger comfort and on-time performance.                 While the typical work month consists of approximately 80 hours of flying, pilots spend many additional hours on such ground duties as preparing flight plans, readying the aircraft for departure, and completing post-flight reports. A day's work may vary from a long-range international flight to a sequence of shorter domestic flights. Reserve duty, in which the pilot is "on call", may also be assigned.           Air Canada pilots operate out of one of the four crew bases: Montreal, Toronto, Winnipeg or Vancouver. Base preferences are awarded in seniority so pilots must be willing to relocate as assigned. Pilots typically begin their career as a First Officer on domestic aircraft or as a Relief Pilot on long-range, international flights.Qualifications To fly for Air Canada, pilots must meet certain basic requirements:   2000 hours of fixed wing flying time        Ability to pass the Air Canada and Transport Canada medical and visual acuity requirements for a Category 1 medical certificate         Canadian Airline Transport Pilot Licence (ATPL), current Group 1 (Multi-engine) Instrument Rating         Canadian citizenship or landed immigrant status         The ability to hold a Restricted Area Identity Card (RAIC)   Pilot applications far exceed job vacancies, so preference is given to candidates with qualifications beyond the basic requirements. Examples of desirable additional qualifications include, but are not limited to:       Graduates of a three or four year diploma/degree program from a college or university       Aviation College degree or diploma       Commercial or military flight experience       Jet and/or turbo-prop multi-crew experience     Conditions of Employment:Candidates must be eligible to work in the country of interest, at the time any offer of employment is made and seeking any required work permits/visas or other authorizations which may be required is the sole responsibility of the candidates applying for this position.Mandatory Covid-19 Vaccination RequiredDiversity and Inclusion: Air Canada is strongly committed to Diversity and Inclusion and aims to create a healthy, accessible and rewarding work environment which highlights employees’ unique contributions to our company’s success. As an equal opportunity employer, we welcome applications from all to help us build a diverse workforce which reflects the diversity of our customers, and communities, in which we live and serve. Air Canada thanks all candidates for their interest; however only those selected to continue in the process will be contacted. We are aware that coaching programs are being offered by third party companies on Air Canada's pilot interview questions. Please be advised that Air Canada does not endorse any agencies that prepare candidates for our interviews. Candidates who arrive for an interview with prepared answers provided by such agencies are easily recognized and will be assessed accordingly. Interview questions are changed at regular intervals. Providing 'canned' answers will likely result in a poor assessment of your suitability as an Air Canada pilot.   

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