Working at Breeze Airways is an exciting endeavor and a serious commitment to bring “The World’s Nicest Airline” to life. We work cross-functionally with truly awesome Team Members to deliver on our mission: “To make the world of travel simple, affordable, and convenient. Improving our guests travel experience using technology, ingenuity and kindness.”

Breeze is hiring- join us!

The Specialist, Inflight Standards is responsible for improving Inflight processes and procedures in accordance with federal regulations and Company policy. The position assists the Manager, Inflight Policies and Procedures in publication development to ensure regulatory compliance and process continuity. The specialist routinely collaborates with Inflight Training, the Safety Department, and other operational stakeholders.


Here’s what you’ll do

  • Writes, researches, and revises policy/procedures for Inflight manuals and publications under the direction of the Manager, Inflight Policies and Procedures.
  • Interfaces with applicable departments and work groups to ensure policy/procedure consistency and accuracy.
  • Develops and distributes content for bi-monthly Inflight publication.
  • Publishes Inflight Bulletins for timely distribution.
  • Works with Corporate Technical Publications to manage revisions for business process, continual improvement, and operational projects.
  • Supports tracking of Inflight procedural changes.
  • Updates and maintains reference material, as assigned.
  • Partners with Inflight Training to ensure procedure alignment.
  • Reviews Inflight Training material for accuracy.
  • Assists in review of regulatory documents.
  • Collects and analyzes data to identify trends and proactively respond.
  • Responds to flight attendant policy- and procedure-related questions, as appropriate.
  • Provides follow-up to Safety Report submissions to clarify policy/procedure, as required.
  • Participates in Emergency Response.
  • Participates in internal and external audits, when required.
  • Maintains publication compliance tags, as applicable.
  • Maintain Security Sensitive Information (SSI), as required.
  • Attend training and Company meetings, as required.
  • Attend department-applicable workshops and seminars.
  • Completes additional duties as assigned by the Manager, Inflight Policies and Procedures.


Here’s what you need to be successful

Minimum Qualifications

  • 3+ years of Inflight airline experience.
  • Bachelor’s degree, or combination of relevant experience and education.
  • Ability to interpret, and effectively communicate complex processes verbally and in writing.
  • Ability to write and edit policies and procedures for publication.
  • Proficient in Microsoft Office Suite and Adobe Professional.
  • Detail- and process-oriented.
  • Must be able to collaborate with others to create and implement policy.
  • Adept at building and maintaining professional relationships with Team Members and Business Partners, regardless of position or title.
  • Ability to prioritize projects effectively with minimal supervision.
  • Ability to assist in the operation and travel, as necessary.
  • Must attend and successfully complete Breeze flight attendant training and maintain currency.
  • Ability to possess and maintain a valid passport and travel documents to freely travel in/out of the United States without restriction.
  • Must pass a DOT pre-employment drug test.
  • Must pass a TSA required fingerprint-based criminal history records check and a Breeze background check.


  • Technical writing experience.
  • Knowledge of FAA regulatory documents.
  • Knowledge of FAA Data Collection Tools (DCTs).
  • Experience in project management.
  • Experience in manual development.


Perks of the Job

  • Health, Vision and Dental
  • Health Savings Account with Breeze Employee Match
  • 401K with Breeze Employee Match
  • PTO
  • Travel on Breeze and other Airlines too!

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