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Singapore Airlines has become the latest airline to see its profits plunge on the back of rising oil prices. The carrier today reported an 80% drop in second-quarter profits to $41 million as fuel costs rose some 24% in the three months to the end of September. Singapore Airlines is in the midst of a transformation programme to cut costs and better compete with big rivals in Asia and the Middle East – although, today’s news shows there’s still more to be done.
Yet despite the setbacks, Singapore Airlines is actively recruiting new cabin crew – not only in Singapore but also across Asia, with recruitment events set to take place in Malaysia, China, Indonesia and elsewhere over the next few months. Cabin crew at the airline can expect to earn something in the region of SGD$4,500 per month after initial training – which amounts to a rather generous $3,250 USD.
Singapore Airlines has one of the longest cabin crew training courses in the industry – taking around four months, the course covers basics like safety and security, First Aid and Crew Resource Management, as well as grooming, “deportment” and the airline’s legendary service procedures.
Candidates must be absolutely committed to providing customer service excellence, with good evidence of being a team player. You’ll also need to meet the following minimum criteria:
- At least 18-years old
- Fluent in both written and spoken English
- Female candidates must be at least 158cm tall
- Male candidates must be at least 165cm tall
Depending on where the airline is recruiting there are also other criteria that you’ll need to meet. Here’s where Singapore Airlines is currently recruiting and how to apply…
Candidates must submit an application via the official Singapore Airlines recruitment website by the 10th December. Assessment Day’s will be held in Singapore during November and December. Successful candidates must be in a position to start training within three months of your date of application.
This opportunity is only open to Singapore citizens.
Singapore Airlines is holding an Open Day in Kulalu Lumpur on 17th November 2018 between 09:00am and 3pm:
- Sheraton Petaling Jaya Hotel, Level 3C, Sheraton 3 & 5, Jalan Utara C, 46200, Petaling Jaya
Candidates will need to download and complete an application form the official Singapore Airlines recruitment website prior to the event and also have a passport sized photo with them. Both the original and photocopies of the following documents are also needed:
- Birth certificate
- Identity card
- All educational certificates
You can also download the application form here.
This opportunity is only open to either Malaysia or Singapore citizens who have a degree or diploma
Assessment Day’s will be taking place in Dalian, China on 17th and 18th November at the Intercontinental Hotel Dalian in conjunction with Singapore Air’s appointed recruitment agents in China, Fasco. Candidates must first submit an application via the Fasco website to be considered for this event.
This opportunity is only open to female candidates who hold a degree or diploma. Successful candidates will be expected to relocate to Singapore and must serve a compulsory service bond.
An Open Day will be taking place in Jakarta on 24th November at the following location:
- Service Quality (SQ) Centre Indonesia, Wisma Asia 15th Floor (access via basement), Jl. Letjen S. Parman Kav 79, Slip, Jakarta
Registration for the event will be open between 09:00am to 12pm and will be held in conjunction with Service Quality, a recruitment agency which is appointed by Singapore Airlines.
This opportunity is only open to female candidates who hold at least a level 3 diploma or degree. Successful candidates will be expected to relocate to Singapore.
Singapore Airlines is currently accepting online applications from Japenese candidates via its official recruitment website. New Assessment Day’s are yet to be arranged but candidates are encouraged to apply at the earliest opportunity.
This opportunity is only open to female candidates with a junior college certificate or degree.
Mateusz Maszczynski is a serving international flight attendant with experience at a major Middle East and European airline. Mateusz is passionate about the aviation industry and helping aspiring flight attendants achieve their dreams. Cabin crew recruitment can be tough, ultra-competitive and just a little bit confusing - Mateusz has been there and done that. He's got the low down on what really works.