What's it like to be a Crew Member?
A Crew Member performs a wide range of tasks in their role as part of a team. Crew members may work in events, hospitality, tourism, aviation and local council settings.
Tasks and duties
- Contributing to the day-to-day operations of a business, company or organisation by efficiently carrying out set duties.
- Addressing and resolving issues as they arise, and reporting problems to managerial staff.
- Following occupational health and safety guidelines in order to ensure safety of customers and staff is prioritised.
Successful crew members are people who manage their time well, are customer-service oriented and able to remain calm in busy or difficult situations.
Depending on the environment in which a crew member works, they may be required to work shifts, on weekends or public holidays.
What can I earn as a Crew Member?
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How to become a Crew Member
- Decide which industry you want to work in. Crew members are commonly employed within the aviation, hospitality and entertainment sectors.
- Find out whether you need particular certifications before obtaining work, such as a White Card, and Aviation Security Identification Card or a Responsible Service of Alcohol certificate.