Emirates Cabin Crew Recruitment Drive in Singapore 10 April 2010

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Dubai-based Emirates recently embarked on a global recruitment drive to increase its 11,000-strong cabin crew, as the international airline continues to grow and reach greater heights.

With Emirates receiving delivery of 18 new jets during the last financial year and over a hundred aircraft on order as well as its launch of five new routes from Dubai to Madrid, Amsterdam, Prague, Dakar and Tokyo this year, the multi-award winning airline will be recruiting new cabin crew in line with its fleet expansion.

In Singapore, Emirates through its appointed agency in Singapore, Sass Atlantic, will conduct an Open Day on 10 April 2010 where interested candidates can walk-in anytime from 9am to 4pm with their applications. The Open Day is to be held at the Holiday Inn Atrium Singapore, 317 Outram Road, Singapore 169075, Changi Room III (Level 4).

 Suitable candidates will then be pre-selected to proceed to the next stage of screening held on 24 and 25 April 2010. Final interviews for shortlisted candidates from the screening will take place over three days from 26 till 28 April 2010.

Almost 400 candidates had recently stepped forward in Madrid for Emirates latest recruitment drive in Spain in January 2010 while around 10,000 applications are received globally each month. Close to 11,000 cabin crew, spanning 128 nationalities, currently serve the airline. All are based in Dubai.

Nick Rees, Emirates Manager, Singapore and Brunei, said, In keeping with the best-in-class service standards offered by Emirates, we aim to attract suitable candidates who will deliver our signature service excellence to all our valued customers. Candidates should combine the desire to explore the world with a passionate approach to service delivery.

Emirates offers competitive compensation and benefits packages as well as excellent training and professional development opportunities. These include access to state-of-the-art training facilities and e-learning programmes specially designed for those seeking a long-term future with the airline. Living in Dubai also offers many lifestyle benefits to cabin crew. Successful candidates slated to join Emirates winning team of cabin crew will undergo seven weeks of intensive training in Dubai before being officially cleared to fly.

Singaporean cabin crew member, Farah Binte Hassan Ashibile, who joined Emirates in October 2006 following a recruitment drive in Singapore, recalled: I was so excited when I found out that I was successful in my application and would be making the move to Dubai. Indeed, it was a key turning point in my life. I am proud to be a member of the cabin crew that has helped Emirates to be where it is today a prestigious and well-respected global airline that has received over 400 international awards. Emirates has allowed me to gain a true life experience with a job where no two days are the same. I relish the challenge of working on the frontline for a brand widely known for its service excellence and look forward to many more exciting, fulfilling and meaningful years with the company. 

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