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Jobs in Alaska Airlines Hiring!!, Alaska Airlines Flight Attendant, Alaska Airlines is seeking a Crew Pay Analyst for the Crew Pay Team. This team is responsible for processing payments for our Pilots and Flight Attendants in compliance with the collective bargaining agreement (CBA) and the department’s standard operating procedures.

The Team

Guided by our purpose, core values, and leadership principles, we are creating an airline people love. Our corporate teams set the strategies and operational plans to ensure the success of our company.

Whether we use our expertise in accounting, human resources, finance, planning, legal, marketing, or any of our operational divisions, our shared passion for travel and our guests is what motivates us to achieve excellence each day. If you share our passion for creating an airline people love, we want to hear from you.

Post Name Payroll Analyst Flight Attendant
Company Name Alaska Airlines
Expected Salary USD 60000 To USD 62000 Per Year 
Address Seattle, WA, United States 98158

Key Duties

  • The entry-level role is responsible for the accurate processing of payments for Pilots or Flight Attendants in compliance with the collective bargaining agreement (CBA) and the department’s standard operating procedures at Alaska Airlines. As an individual contributor, this role focuses on the accurate processing of payment for our crew members and working with crew members on issues related to pay.

  • The intermediate level role is responsible for developing solutions to solve for accurate processing of payments for Pilots or Flight Attendants in compliance with the collective bargaining agreement (CBA) and the department’s standard operating procedures at Alaska Airlines. As an individual contributor, this role makes recommendations to improve the accurate processing of payments.

Job-Specific Experience, Education & Skills

Entry Level

Required

  • Bachelor’s degree with a focus in accounting, finance, labor, or related disciplines, or 2 years of proven crew pay, accounting, payroll, auditing, data analysis, scheduling, or related experience in a mid-sized or larger company in lieu of this degree.
  • Excellent ability to focus on details with demonstrated accuracy and analytical skills.
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills, organizational skills, interpersonal skills, and the ability to maintain a high level of confidentiality.
  • Excellent time management skills and the ability to focus under pressure to meet strict production deadlines.
  • Documented experience working with labor groups and contracts.
  • Ability to dissect current processes, identify inefficiencies and promote change.
  • Intermediate level proficiency in MS Excel, (including formulas & graphs), MS Outlook, and MS SharePoint.
  • A high school diploma or equivalent is required.
  • Minimum age of 18.
  • Must be authorized to work in the U.S.

Intermediate Level

Required

  • 2 years of crew pay, accounting, payroll, auditing, data analysis, scheduling, or related experience.
  • Bachelor’s degree with a focus in accounting, finance, labor, or related disciplines, or an additional two years of relevant training/experience in lieu of this degree.
  • Excellent ability to focus on details with demonstrated accuracy and analytical skills.
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills, organizational skills, interpersonal skills, and the ability to maintain a high level of confidentiality.
  • Excellent time management skills and the ability to focus under pressure to meet strict production deadlines.
  • Exercise considerable judgment and initiative, often with limited supervision.
  • Effectively initiate projects with limited direction.
  • Documented experience working with labor groups and contracts.
  • Ability to dissect current processes, identify inefficiencies and promote change.
  • Intermediate level proficiency in MS Excel, (including formulas & graphs), MS Outlook, and MS SharePoint.
  • High school diploma or equivalent.
  • Minimum age of 18.
  • Must be authorized to work in the U.S.

Job-Specific Leadership Expectations

Embody our values to own safety, do the right thing, be kind-hearted, deliver performance, and be remarkable.

Industry Private
Schedule Type Full Time
Education Required High School Diploma
Remote No

Total Rewards

Alaska Airlines and Horizon Air’s pay and benefits can vary by company, location, number of regularly scheduled hours worked, length of employment, and employment status.

  • Competitive total rewards package
  • Medical, dental, and vision benefits
  • 401k match program
  • Monthly incentive pay plan
  • Annual incentive pay plan
  • Travel privileges on Alaska Airlines & Horizon Air

Equal Employment Opportunity We are proud to be an Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) and Affirmative Action (AA) employer that is committed to diversity, equity, and inclusion.

We take affirmative action to ensure equal opportunity for all qualified applicants and employees and do not discriminate based upon race, color, religion, sex (including pregnancy, childbirth, reproductive health decisions, or related medical conditions), sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, national origin, age, protected veteran or disability status, genetic information (including family medical history), political views or activity, or other legally protected characteristics.

We also consider qualified applicants with criminal histories, consistent with applicable federal, state, and local law. We may use your information to maintain the safety and security of Alaska Airlines and Horizon Air, its employees, and others as required or permitted by law.

Interview Question Answer for Flight Attendant:

1. What do you believe the primary responsibilities of the flight attendants on short- and long-haul flights are?

  • Your response can be summed up in one sentence. The primary responsibility of the cabin crew is to ensure the comfort and safety of the passengers from the time they board the aircraft until they disembark.
  • Alternately, you could say that the objective is to do all reasonable efforts to make their flight an unforgettable one. Alternatively, you can make a list of the chores you will be in charge of while working, such as providing directions regarding the safety of the passengers, delivering meals, and all other responsibilities. Depending on how long the flight is, the list changes slightly.

2. What qualities, in your opinion, make an excellent flight attendant today?

  • The characteristics of a great FA, in my opinion, haven’t altered all that much over the past fifty years. The qualities of a superb cabin crew member include remaining polite, paying attention to passengers’ wants and requests during the flight, and being prepared to manage any issue that might arise.
  • Of course, there are other qualities and abilities that may be mentioned here, such as great communication and listening skills in general, attention to detail, fluency in at least one foreign language, the capacity to swiftly identify problems, a passion for this line of work, and so on.

3. How many languages are you fluent in at the intermediate or above level?

  • It is best to not overstate your language abilities because you will frequently need to pass a written language test as part of the interview process. You can, however, always claim that you are improving your language abilities by reading books, taking courses, etc., or at the very least that you desire to learn different languages.
  • The goal is to demonstrate to them your willingness to excel as a flight attendant. Additionally, having individuals of all nationalities and languages on board is a big benefit while traveling to distant countries.

4. What would a normal day for a member of the cabin staff look like?

  • Each airline has a different policy on this. To learn more about the daily schedule and shift patterns, look for forums or the website of the specific airline.
  • How many hours do they fly each month? Where do they go to bed? What schedules are there? Do they also handle the responsibilities that must be done on the ground, such as checking boarding cards and letting passengers through the gate, or does that duty fall to another member of the staff?
  • In any event, you should constantly let them know that you take a proactive approach to your work and that you do not anticipate an easy ride while working for their firm as a flight attendant.
  • The hardest part, you might say, is dealing with aggressive or disrespectful passengers. Another possibility is that grinning and

5. What specifically piqued your interest in our job offer and our airline?

  • This is your opportunity to thank them for their excellent service. Every airline has some sort of competitive advantage; otherwise, they wouldn’t be able to stay in business.
  • Any aspect of their business, including their list of destinations, mission statement, core principles, pricing structure, hiring practices for flight attendants, reputation and history, brand recognition, etc., can be cited. The objective is to demonstrate to them that you completed your research and have a valid reason for applying with them.
  • Of course, it’s more than probable that you could care less and would be content to work for any airline. However, you should make them feel as though they are your top pick while conducting the job interview.

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