Jobs Of The Week: Become A Crew Attendant, Cook or Supply

The variety of jobs in the Air Force can be surprising — when you think about a career as a flight attendant or cook you normally think of a restaurant or commercial airline. But you can work in these roles, and more, as a member of the Air Force. Plus you get the added bonus of all the benefits military training provides. Read on to find out more.

Cook

What's cool about this job? If you like working with food, you'll love what you'll get to do in this role. The pay is great too. You'll look after all aspects of food preparation and production as a cook in the Air Force.

This includes purchase, receipt, storage, preparation, cookery, presentation and serving meals. Air Force catering provides meals of a high standard with service levels varying according to rank. In addition to normal dining room meals Air Force cooks are employed in in-flight kitchens, field cookery and instructional posts at the ADF School of Catering in Victoria.

How much does it pay? Salary package upon completion of training is $67,393 per year (includes service allowances and a generous super contribution)

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Crew Attendant

What's cool about this job? You'll get to travel to a variety of domestic and international locations while providing for the safety, comfort and in-flight service for passengers and crew onboard a variety of specialised aircraft with the Air Force. You could be looking after Government ministers, Australian and foreign heads of state, Royalty and guests of the Australian Government.

If you have a high level of courtesy, discretion, flexibility, resourcefulness and the ability to work unsupervised you'll be perfect for this role.

How much does it pay? Salary package upon completion of training is $71,013 per year (includes service allowances and a generous super contribution)

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Supply

What's cool about this job? If you thrive on organisation, you'll dig this role.

You'll be managing databases, processing orders for supplies, operating a forklift and looking after inventory control. You'll generally be working in an office environment, but you could also be working from equipment management sections, warehouses, central procurement areas, systems program offices, flying squadrons; or an expeditionary combat support squadron.

How much does it pay? Salary package upon completion of training is $67,393 per year (includes service allowances and a generous super contribution)

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