FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE, November 9th, 2021 (Ottawa, ON) – Join a great company where you can make a difference every day to those that travel and/or ship important cargo in the North. Canadian North offers many benefits, great workplace culture, and the opportunity for potential career advancement. You are invited to come and meet our team, Canadian North will be hosting a job fair on Wednesday, November 10, 2021, from 10 am until 3:30 pm at the Nunavut Arctic College, Nunatta Campus Cafeteria.
There will be on-the-spot interviews so be sure to bring your resume. Positions that are actively being hired for are Cargo Attendant, Customer Service Agent, and Iniksaliuvik Agent. With these positions come many benefits as seen below:
- Free/Reduced rate flight privileges
- Free/reduced rate cargo privileges
- Retention Payment
- Retirement Plan
- Medical and Dental Benefits
- Competitive Compensation Package
- Northern Living Allowance
- Language Premium and more
On completion of merging two great airlines to make one strong airline and coming out of a pandemic, Canadian North needs to fill multiple positions to continue to offer the great service to passengers and clients that they have come to expect.
Canadian North hopes to see you on November 10, 2021, to potentially start your new career with our airline.
About Canadian North:
Canadian North is a 100% Inuit-owned airline that connects people and delivers essential goods throughout Canada’s North – safely, reliably and always with friendly and caring customer service. Canadian North Airlines services 26 communities within the Northwest Territories, Nunavik and Nunavut, as well as Ottawa, Montreal and Edmonton with a versatile fleet of Boeing 737 and ATR 42 aircraft. Canadian North is also the premier charter services provider for large resource sector clients requiring dependable, efficient and economical fly-in/fly-out air service and it operates flights across North America and beyond for sports teams, cruise lines, tour operators and many others. Canadian North is wholly-owned by Makivik Corporation and Inuvialuit Development Corporation.
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