Delta has new openings for Flight Attendants in the United States. Delta Flight Attendants are truly the face of the company and must be passionate about maximizing each customer’s experience while elevating the Delta brand. A Delta Flight Attendant is expected to deliver excellent customer service and hospitality from the heart, demonstrating a graciousness that will be remembered by our passengers. In return, Delta offers employees industry leading benefits, competitive salaries, designer uniforms, worldwide travel privileges and ample opportunities for career advancement. Truly, the sky is the limit in terms of a career with Delta Air Lines!
Becoming a Delta Flight Attendant starts with an opportunity. An opportunity to learn the profession from the In-Flight Service professionals at Delta. Training is conducted at our training facility located at our world headquarters in Atlanta, GA. We anticipate training to begin in January 2017. During the anticipated 7 – 8 weeks of training, you will receive training pay and dormitory-style housing if you reside more than 25 miles from the training location.
- Ability to work in the US
- Be at least 21 years of age by January 1, 2018
- A high school degree or GED
- Ability to work a flexible schedule
- Ability to speak, read, write and understand English fluently
- Willingness to comply with our uniform and appearance guidelines, including tattoos and piercings
- Ability to obtain and keep current a passport and travel documents to freely enter and exit places where Delta flies
- Successfully complete a pre-employment DOT drug test and comprehensive background check, including government-required fingerprint-based criminal history records check
- Ability to work in a physically demanding role which requires frequent standing, walking, bending, stooping, pushing, pulling, reaching and lifting (i.e., pushing/pulling beverage or food carts and lifting and opening emergency aircraft doors)
- Ability to sit in an assigned jump seat with seatbelt and shoulder harness fastened
- 1+ years of work experience in a personalized customer service, patient care, or similar role
- Experience in a role ensuring the safety and/or care of others (teacher, military, EMT, firefighter, coach, law enforcement, lifeguard, nurse, Peace Corps, etc.)
- Education beyond high school