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Emirates wants to recruit Singaporean cabin crew

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Emirates is looking for Singaporean candidates to join its multinational cabin crew family, through a recruitment drive taking place on Tuesday, 18 September 2018 at Hilton Singapore at 8am.

Human Resources has reached out to the airlines to understand the number of open positions – per the spokesperson, while Emirates is unable to share recruitment figures, the airline is recruiting in line with growing operational requirements.

On offer, according to the event website, is an employment package that includes benefits such as tax-free income, furnished shared accommodation in Dubai, complimentary transport to and from work, medical and dental cover, and exclusive discounts on shopping and leisure activities in Dubai.

In addition, cabin crew as well as their family and friends are entitled to concessional travel benefits and opportunities to Emirates’ growing global network across six continents.

Andrew Bunn, Emirates’ area manager for Singapore, Brunei and Malaysia, commented: “As we grow and continue to inspire travel and facilitate trade across our network of 161 destinations, our team needs to expand in tandem,” adding that presently the team comprises over 23,000 cabin crew from more than 135 countries.

 

Emirates career development programme sees its cabin crew undergo regular training programmes through e-learning and classroom courses, and project-based training to further develop skill sets.

Candidates are required to bring an updated CV in English and one recent photograph. Pre-registration is not required. Applicants must meet a number of criteria to be considered.

In accordance with current Dubai Government regulations, the contract is a three-year non-binding one, renewable with agreement by Emirates management and crew member. There is a probationary period of six months commencing from the date of joining.

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