Delta airlines jobs are all about its people and for people who want more than a job. They want to belong to a company that openly state and privately mean the same thing when they say that their people are Delta. It’s through respected and rewarded hard work from the staff that is making Delta the airline that it is.
To quote two lines from the Delta web site: “Delta Air Lines is about passionate customer service and 21st century graciousness; it’s about composure and teamwork and so much more… Delta is about staying fresh with optimism, energy and curiosity.”
And this…”Through the hard work of Delta people, we’re strong with a bright future that includes new ideas, new experiences and new opportunities.”
The Delta airlines jobs advertised satisfy twelve different areas of their airline operation. While not always actively recruiting, they provide brief overviews for all Delta airlines jobs that should give you enough information to validate your education requirements and perhaps spark your interest in an area that that possibly meets your skill set.
There are opportunities that require you to be physically fit and agile like Baggage Handler and Ramp Operations, technical positions such as Technical Operations and Information Technology and customer service focused positions such as Reservation Sales and positions within the Delta Community Credit Union financial services division.
Lastly, two Delta job search that are highly sought after but very difficult to obtain are that of Pilot and Flight Attendant. While Pilots have a responsibility to ensure passengers arrive at their destinations safely and on time, Flight Attendants while also charged with a safety focus in everything they do, are also the front line personal to customers which requires a skill set in communication and customer service. The Delta airlines jobs available are listed as:
- Airport Customer Service Ticketing/Gate
- Baggage Handler/ Ramp Operations
- Reservation Sales
- Corporate/Management Positions
- Technical Operations
- College Programs
- Delta Community Credit Union
- Information Technology
- International Opportunities
- Flight Attendants & In-Flight Services
To apply for any Delta airlines jobs the minimum age is 18 years and while the opportunities are very diverse and specific positions will have unique requirements, the educational requirement needed as a base is at least a H.S. diploma/GED equivalent. The individual job descriptions on the web site provide any further educational requirements. You must of course possess authorization to work in the U.S.
The rewards for career holders of any Delta airlines jobs are extremely attractive. The most obvious, as with most airlines, are the worldwide travel privileges. The Delta compensation package however prides itself on competitive pay and a range of associated benefits that include medical, dental and vision coverage, Added to this is Life Insurance and an employee assistance program plus a host of lifestyle benefits such as gift programs, paid vacations, higher education programs and employee discounts on a variety of products and services.
Delta airlines jobs are understandably highly sought after but being an employer of some 75,000 people worldwide opportunities are always available.
TJ is a committed aviation tragic who has flown for nearly two decades and is passionate about the industry. His web site [http://www.Flight-Attendant-Careers.com] and self Authored manual, ‘Flight Attendant Interviews Made Easy,’ reveals the airline application process from A-Z for those who want their dreams to take flight too.