You will be responsible for assignment of ADL training tasks to employees during the downtime of an employee’s shift.
Are you passionate about reaching new heights, teamwork and making a meaningful contribution? Do you picture yourself as a valued member of an industry-leading organization? If you answered yes to these questions, Air Canada is seeking enthusiastic individuals to join the diverse and vibrant team working together to lead the growth and expansion of Canada’s flag carrier.
Reporting to the Resource Planning Manager and working with the Resource Deployment team, the Airports Digital Learning (ADL) Coordinator will be responsible for assignment of ADL training tasks to employees during the downtime of an employee’s shift.
Plan and schedule daily ADL training assignments
Planning of ADL training requirements 24 hours in advance (planning of tasks in Staff Manager)
Coordinating with the Resource Deployment Managers and Customer Service Managers with whom they will be sending to the ADL training rooms
By using effective planning techniques, ensures work tasks are planned and deployed to avoid any service failures to our customers and strive for a safe and on time performance.
Works within a team to deploy unionized staff in a fast paced and dynamic airport environment. Effectively communicates work tasks and operational relevant information to both internal Air Canada departments and any outside companies that support the Air Canada operation.
Ensure all rooms are adequately stocked throughout the day and order supplies as needed
Generate reports for the Resource Planning Manager, Customer Service managers, and the Manager of Resource Planning regarding:
Attendance of scheduled training
Completion rate of training for the station
Time spent on training per employee
List of employees scheduled for ADL training
Handles employee inquiries.
Strong analytical, organizational and planning skills with an aptitude for precision.
Excellent interpersonal skills.
Ability to work well under pressure and meet deadlines with minimal supervision.
Good judgment and discretion.
Knowledge of IAM & UNIFOR Collective Agreements
Previous airport operational experience is an asset.
Based on equal qualifications, preference will be given to bilingual candidates.
At Air Canada, we want to fly higher when it comes to employment equity. We, therefore, encourage applications from Aboriginal peoples, women, members of a visible minority and persons with a disability.
Air Canada thanks all candidates for their interest; however only those selected to continue in the process will be contacted.