Friday, May 18, 2007
Emirates Cabin Crew Requirements
Award-winning Emirates Airline operates an ultra modern and fast growing fleet of wide bodied Airbus and Boeing long haul aircraft.
With their rapid growth, both in fleet size and network, Emirates is always on the lookout for exceptional career minded people. They currently employ people from over 120 different nationalities who speak over 80 different languages to cater for the truly multicultural clientele of over 88 destinations. The diversity and mix of nationalities, cultures, religions and ethnic backgrounds recruited into Emirates has contributed positively to the success they have achieved as an international Airline.
The Emirates recruitment team interviews candidates in many countries across the globe, with a focus on selecting those who have the natural ability to provide excellent service within a multicultural team environment. As Emirates expands its destinations the recruitment of candidates from other nationalities and backgrounds will continue.
AirlineCareer.com posts information on upcoming Cabin Crew Open Days and Global Assessment Days.
A three year renewable contract.
A tax-free starting salary of AED 3,640 (approx. US$ 1,000) plus flying pay of approximately US$ 600 per month.
High quality furnished shared accommodation (own bedroom).
Comprehensive medical coverage.
Free duty transport.
End-of-service benefits. A bonus is also payable on completion of the first three year contract.
Emirates will provide you annually with a confirmed ticket to your home country.
Generous travel concessions on Emirates and other airlines.
Every new cabin crew will be provided with comprehensive training in our state-of-the-art training college. However to qualify for this opportunity, you will need to meet the following criteria:
Minimum age 21 years at the time of application.
Minimum arm reach of 212 cms (83.5 inches) on tip toes, which will enable you to reach emergency equipment on all aircraft types.
Educated to at least high school standard.
Medically fit to meet aircrew requirements.
Fluent in written and spoken English (fluency in another language is an asset).
Previous experience in the service/hospitality industry is an advantage.
Finally, you will be the sort of person who has the natural ability to provide excellent service within a team environment.
If you are successful, you will be located in Dubai, the most modern and cosmopolitan of the Gulf cities, which is becoming renowned for its high-class tourist facilities and its high standard of living.
If you meet the above requirements and wish to apply, please visit the Emirates website at www.emirates.com
For more about pursuing a flight attendant career, visit the AirlineCareer.com website: www.airlinecareer.com
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Posted by Joseph Belotti at 5/18/2007 02:38:00 PM