AAI Corp. takes our commitment to meet our client’s expectations very seriously, which we have demonstrated by our long service history and effective performance track record since 1998 at both the Toronto Pearson International and Calgary International Airports.
We believe our ever-evolving strategic human resource management model is a key source of our competitive advantage. By growing and building from our unique human resource organizational model, we have been able to make continuous improvements and provide uncompromising and exceptional customer satisfaction.
Our success is built on a system of support and partnership from multiple stakeholder levels: our clients, escorts, employees, managers, and owners. This methodology has sustained our growth since 1998 and helped to develop our competitive advantage. AAI Corp. believes this strong organizational system, with our commitment to training and innovation, has maximized the performance of our carefully screened employees and escorts. By maintaining high standards for our own productivity, quality, and value, we are ultimately able to offer superior services to our clients.
Education and Experience
Applicants who do not hold a current Restricted Area Identity Card (RED RAIC) must attain the RAIC prior
To be considered all applicants must meet or obtain the the following requirements:
Successfully complete mandatory pre-employment training
Duties and Responsibilities
The Supervisor’s role is responsible for, but not limited to the following and may change from time to time
AAI Corp. COVID-19 Vaccination Policy
Effective June 20, 2022, employees are no longer required to be vaccinated and or carry proof of vaccination while at the Calgary International Airport. While supporting the vaccination during the pandemic was very important for the health and safety of our employees, clients, and guests, the Government of Canada announced it has suspended some vaccination requirements, including those that apply to work in the federally regulated transportation industry. As a result, the Calgary Airport Authority has currently suspended their mandatory vaccination policy. However, if infection rates increase again, and or if there are any changes from the federal government, the mandatory vaccination policy may be reinstated.
As such, all AAI Corp. candidates with extended and accepted offers of employment are subject to a COVID-19 vaccination attestation/declaration of their status prior to the first day of work identifying compliance. Those offers of employment that do not comply and or provide falsified information are subject to rescinding the employment agreement.
We thank all applicants for their interest but advise that only those selected for an interview will be contacted.
AAI Corp. is committed to fostering a positive workplace culture with a workforce that is representative of the communities it serves. Committed to the principles of diversity and inclusion.