Aloha and thank you for your interest in the Seattle-Tacoma International Airport Customer Service Training Pool with Hawaiian Airlines!
Candidates who apply for this requisition may be invited for a group screening process, which will be held in the SeaTacArea on Monday, July 16 from 9:00 - 10:15am. Candidates who pass the group screening will be invited for a final screening, which will be held in the late/morning afternoon on the same day. Travel to the screening sessions are the responsibility of the candidate.
During training: Up to 10 days full-time, typically Monday - Friday. Training will be conducted at the Seattle-Tacoma International Airport and is unpaid.
If hired: schdeules are awarded on a seniority basis. Schedules are only part-time and are 5 days on, 2 days off, no more than 19 hours per week. Work schedules are set, however, may change throughout the year in accordance with the collective bargaining agreement.
Candidates with restrictions in their availability will not continue in the recruitment process.
Pay & Benefits:
Pay is in conjunction with the Collective Bargaining Agreement and is currently $12.66 per hour. Only Hawaiian Airlines flight benefits are offered.
About the Airport Customer Service Training Pool:
Candidates in the Airport Customer Service Training Pool can be considered for the Customer Service Representative or the Chief Customer Service Representative position.
If you are successful in the screening process and identified as a candidate to be considered for our unpaid training, you will be placed into the training pool.
Final candidates from the screening process will remain in the training pool through January 31, 2019, subject to extension. Candidates not invited for training by then will need to re-apply for the training opportunity.
Candidates in the pool may be invited to attend unpaid classroom training provided by Hawaiian Airlines. The training session is up to two weeks (typically Monday – Friday). If invited to training, you will have an opportunity to learn general airline operations, including regulatory concepts and the Interact/Sabre computer system, which is the industry standard used by many airlines.
Customer Service Representatives perform any one, or combinations of, clerical duties as assigned, necessary to the operation of Hawaiian Airlines. Such duties shall include but will not be limited to:
preparing manifests and air bills,
giving information and selling to customers,
accounting for cash and charge transactions,
auditing and correcting sales reports and cash receipt summaries,
verifying fare and rate changes on tickets,
air bills and excess baggage receipts,
balancing daily cash transactions,
preparing daily journal entries,
preparing various reports,
operating such machines as keypunch, verifier, sorter, mimeograph, addressograph, office calculator and interpreter,
checking load manifests against tickets,
receiving, uncrating and checking material,
posting journals or stock record card, and
operating communications and telephone switchboard operator equipment.
Customer Service Representatives will also perform work which is incidental to their primary duties. Additionally, Customer Service Representatives may be required to perform fueling of aircraft, aircraft cleaning, and assisting of loading and unloading of cargo, baggage and company material.
Chief Customer Service Representatives perform the above duties, in addition to supervising Customer Service Representatives.
For the Chief Customer Service Representative position, a minimum of 1 year of supervisory experience is required.
For both the Chief and Customer Service Representative positions, airline experience is highly preferred.
Must have high school diploma or equivalency.
Solid computer skills with the ability to learn and use new software applications.
Good communication skills, both written and verbal, in English.
Excellent listening skills and the ability to respond and effectively resolve guest inquiries/concerns.
Regular attendance and punctual employee presence.
Must have a valid driver’s license.
Must be able to obtain a ramp license.
Must have physical ability to: Constantly walk and stand.
Occasionally sit, climb, balance, stoop, kneel, or crouch.
Frequently lift up to 70 lbs. and ability to buddy lift more
Occasionally open and close doors on all aircraft types
Push or pull baggage carts
Body art, including tattoos and body piercing (other than one stud in one lobe), shall not be exposed while performing job duties and must be covered at all times by a uniform piece or removed.
Visible is considered anything seen while wearing a Hawaiian Airlines standard uniform piece (short-sleeved shirt or blouse), including but not limited to the neck area and above, any visible areas with arms lifted above the head, or any visible areas while in a crouching position.
Covering tattoos with makeup, bandages or wearing a long-sleeved shirt under the short-sleeved standard uniform piece is not acceptable.
Equal Opportunity Employer/Protected Veterans/Individuals with Disabilities.
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The contractor will not discharge or in any other manner discriminate against employees or applicants because they have inquired about, discussed, or disclosed their own pay or the pay of another employee or applicant. However, employees who have access to the compensation information of other employees or applicants as a part of their essential job functions cannot disclose the pay of other employees or applicants to individuals who do not otherwise have access to compensation information, unless the disclosure is (a) in response to a formal complaint or charge, (b) in furtherance of an investigation, proceeding, hearing, or action, including an investigation conducted by the employer, or (c) consistent with the contractor's legal duty to furnish information. 41 CFR 60-1.35(c)