News | Wednesday, 27 January 2010

Emirates recruitment team seeks Maltese cabin crew

Emirates Recruitment Team is holding an Open Day for cabin crew recruitment on Saturday, 13th February at InterContinental Malta, St George’s Bay, St Julians. The Recruitment Team will be interviewing prospective candidates in Malta to build their careers with the Dubai-based international airline.
The Open Day activity starts at 9.00am sharp and may last for most of the day. The information session will include a presentation by Emirates’ recruitment officers, followed by interviews. Shortlisted candidates will be invited to attend further assessments, which will be held between Sunday 14th and Wednesday 17th February.
Interested candidates will have the opportunity to meet the recruitment team and present their curriculum vitae together with a full length and passport-size photographs in business attire. Alternatively, candidates can complete the application form online and attaching the required photographs at as from today.
Candidates must be 21 years or over at the time of joining and with a positive attitude. The basic requirements for applicants are an education up to, at least, Matriculation level and fluency in written and spoken English. The ability to communicate in other languages and previous experience in customer service and hospitality are considered added advantages.
Paul Fleri Soler, Emirates Manager in Malta and Cyprus, said: “Malta is among the top countries that Emirates Recruitment team visits to seek candidates who can adapt to a new environment and can provide an excellent service as part of a team of people with different cultures.”
Emirates offers a range of generous benefits to assist permanent employees who are recruited and located in Dubai, a city renowned for its high standard of living, shopping, tourist and leisure facilities. The total reward packages comprise of not only cash but also non-cash benefits.
Emirates currently employs 124 Maltese nationals, most of them based in Dubai. Further information can be obtained from:


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