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What are the next steps?

So you’ve submitted your résumé. What happens next?

Résumé and cover letter submitted
Thanks for applying! We’ve received your résumé and we’re reading through it. Only successful candidates will be contacted for a phone interview.
Phone call from Air Canada Rouge recruitment
One of our lovely and talented recruiters will contact you to discuss your résumé, test your language skills (if applicable), and chat about your work experience. This should take around 20 minutes. If there’s a match, we’ll invite you to an in-person interview.
Invitation to in-person interview
Only successful candidates will be invited to take part in our one-day in-person Air Canada Rouge interview. During this exciting, one-day interviewing event, a number of things will happen:
  • A discussion about the benefits and challenges of working at Air Canada Rouge
  • A face-to-face interview with one of our recruiters (approx. 25 to 30 mins.)
  • A presentation from current Air Canada Rouge Crew members about a day in the life on the job, as well as challenges and expectations
  • A discussion about salary, employee commitment, and working as part of a union
Invitation to a 6-week training program held in Toronto or Montreal, and a week-long customer service training session
Selected candidates will be invited to a 6-week training program in Toronto or Montreal. After successful completion of this training, you will be invited to a weeklong training session that usually takes place in Orlando, Florida.
Welcome to the team!
After passing both your safety and customer service training, you’ll officially be a part of the Air Canada Rouge Crew. You’ll receive your flight schedule shortly. A big congrats and welcome!