Cabin Crew Recruitment
A Step-by-Step Process to Hiring
PART I: Online Application
What You Need
You will need to prepare the following documents for your online application:
· A copy of your updated resume and cover letter in DOCX, PDF, CSV, Image and Text
· Supporting documentation (Note: this is optional)
PART II: Digital Interview
You will be invited for a digital interview via email. A finishing date will also be given for candidates to complete the online interview questions.
· Once you begin the digital interview, the questions will appear, and you will only have a few seconds to formulate and record your answers. Seeing myself on screen was more nerve-racking than face-to-face interviews. No matter what happens, do not panic!
· The digital questions will be self-explanatory. Just be yourself.
PART III: Group Activities
You will be grouped with ten or more candidates for this team building activity.
Broader collaboration, effective teamwork, and strong communication are important characteristics from a cabin crew’s perspective. Therefore, make a great first impression on your recruiters about your teamwork skills.
PART IV: Language Assessments
You will mainly be assessed in English in the following four language skills: listening, speaking, reading, and writing. Your native language will also be evaluated.
PART V: Final Interview
I have to express that making it to this stage is a huge achievement. The final interview will normally last for an hour, excluding filling out the job application, and waiting time.
Preparation is key, and you need to sell yourself well. Make sure you are ready to give a 360-degree tale of your previous working experiences. Anything related to customer service will be helpful for your application.
Be confident, and self-assured. Know your passion and follow it.
PART VI: Medical Examination
Stay healthy! It is a must!
Three Secrets for Acing Your Interview
PART I: Preparation
Before anything else, preparation is the key to success. I still believe that there are people who still practice the art of going with the flow when attending job interviews, but trust me, not everyone can wing it this way.
To be honest, I had no idea how to prepare for an airline interview until I did my online research. It may look simple but the process is far from what I had imagined. It takes passion, patience and perseverance. Then the waiting game begins.
PART II: Frame the Conversation
First impressions are important — show recruiters that you are on top of your game. It is not just the physical appearance, but how you carry yourself as a whole.
Plan for your interview in fine detail. Frame the conversation with interview answers that you have prepared to ace your application. For example, you can assemble a list of good qualities that support why you are the right person for the job, which can leave a lasting impression to your interviewer.
PART III: Be You. Do You. For You.
Believe in yourself. Handle yourself. Trust yourself. You know more than you think you do. Good luck!