Jazz Airline jobs
Headquarters: Dartmouth (Nova Scotia)
Year of creation: 2002
Type of company: public
Sector of activity: air transportation
Jazz Aviation, or Jazz, is Air Canada’s largest regional airline partner and a wholly owned subsidiary of Chorus Aviation. It is based at Halifax Stanfield International Airport in Enfield, Nova Scotia. It serves more than 70 destinations in Canada and the U. S., operating approximately 700 flights per day and carrying more than 10 million passengers each year. It has hubs in Montreal, Ottawa, Toronto, Calgary and Vancouver. It was formerly known as Air Canada Jazz.
Jazz Aviation’s more than 4500 employees collectively strive to make the public’s flying experience a safe and pleasant endeavor. Each role, whether as an aircraft maintenance engineer, flight attendant, ramp attendant or customer service agent, contributes to the airline’s signature reliability and safety, creating a reassuring experience for both the public and staff.
Jazz Aviation provides competitive compensation for its employees as well as a generous health and wellness package that includes vision, dental, life and disability insurance. As well, there is a retirement and pension plan and the possibility of purchasing stock options or equity. Maternity/paternity leave, flex time, a compressed work week, and company discounts are further offered in addition to job training and tuition subsidies
Jazz Aviation believes in inclusion and diversity, offering diversity and inclusion training for both management and administrative staff. It believes in the personal growth of employees and to that end offers formal mentoring, in-house training and tuition subsidies. It also reaches out to the next generation of potential employees by offering paid internships and summer work opportunities for students. It provides scholarships to students enrolled in Aircraft Maintenance Engineer programs at local community colleges. Additionally, it promotes an ownership culture by offering a share purchase plan to all its employees. Jazz Aviation also believes in social responsibility. Employees are involved in a number of charities and receive paid time off to volunteer. Jazz Aviation was recognized as one of Canada’s Best Diversity Employers (2018), one of Canada’s Top Employers for Young People (2018), one of Nova Scotia’s Top Employers (2018) and one of Atlantic Canada’s Top Employers (2018)
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