To support its rapid growth, Cebu Pacific is
looking to hire 75 Airbus and ATR pilots, 200 cabin crew, 10
mechanics and engineers, and 20 ground support crew in the various
fields of cargo, airport services, accounting, information systems
and human resources.
Interested and qualified applicants should
attend the airline’s recruitment event at Hotel InterContinental
Manila on 11-12 February 2011, from 9am until 4pm. Interested applicants
One-day processing recruitment campaigns will also be held at
PATTS College of Aeronautics on February 9 and the Philippine
State College of Aeronautics on March 2, with others to follow.
Those applying for Flight Crew should have a college degree and basic computer literacy,
ICAO recognized ATPL (acceptable to Civil Aviation Authority of
the Philippines) and a minimum of 500 hours on civil registered
transport aircraft certificated on multi-crew operations .
Meanwhile, qualifications for being a CEB flight attendant
include a dynamic personality, at least 5’3” in height, weight
that is proportional to height, clear complexion, and good
eyesight, among others.
“It is an exciting and fun time for the airline,
as it proceeds with its expansion plans and takes delivery of 20
more brand-new Airbus A320 aircraft from 2011-2014. We look
forward to welcoming more people into the Cebu Pacific family,”
said CEB VP for Marketing and Distribution Candice Iyog.
The airline has already received four brand-new Airbus A320
aircraft from October 2010 to January 2011.
created over 4,000 jobs with an annual payroll of over PHP 2
billion. It has created 500 jobs in the last year alone. We are
proud to provide high-paying jobs to Filipinos, and keep them
close to their families,” Ms. Iyog added. “Cebu Pacific offers unlimited
travel benefits, competitive compensation packages, annual
performance bonuses and a fun working environment. And since the
airline is growing, our employees also enjoy career opportunities
not easily available in other airlines.”
Cebu Pacific currently operates
over 260 flights daily to 16 international cities and 33 domestic
destinations. It flew almost 10.5 million passengers in 2010,
exceeding targets with a 19% increase over 2009. Its international
passengers also grew by 38% in 2010.
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