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Crew Scheduler

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DescriptionPrepares and completes all daily operational duties, including accessing and scanning Sabre listings of crew coverage and requirements for both the current and following day, arranging/canceling crew hotel and travel requirements, monitoring originating crew sign-in's and communication with crewmembers regarding their schedule.


  • Work rotating shifts seven days per week including holidays.  Overtime may be required with minimum advance notice.

  • Read, write, fluently speak and understand the English language.  Must be able to read, understand and comprehend both the Flight Attendant and Pilot labor agreements.

  • Work in a high stress environment.

  • Arrange, revise and cancel crew hotel and travel requirements.  

  • Speak clearly over the telephone and be understood by crewmembers regarding contractual and FAR limitations. 

  • Ability to memorize computer entry codes and city codes. 

  • Ability to understand the 24-hour clock conversation with crewmembers.    

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  1. Tell us about yourself.
    Focus on the aspects of your experience that apply to this position.  Tips on your interview opening.

  2. Why you are interested in the position?

  3. What type of person do you think it takes to do this job?

  4. Describe yourself in one word.

  5. What three things do you look for in a work environment?

  6. If you could change one thing about yourself what would it be?

  7. How do you handle stress?

  8. You have a pilot whom you must inform that she will be working tomorrow.  Her schedule says she's off, but now you have to call her back in.  What will you say to the pilot?

  9. The pilot becomes very irate and angry.  What will you do?

  10. Is there anything else we should know about you?
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