Is it your dream to travel the world for work? This could be your chance

Is it your dream to travel the world for work? This could be your chance

Emirates are hiring for the last time this year for people interested in joining their cabin crew.

Candidates across Ireland are invited to attend one of the three Open Days taking place in Galway, Cork and Dublin next month where they can find out more infortmation.

The Dubai-based airline will hold three open days:

  • Dec 5: The Maldron Hotel, Galway @9am
  • Dec 7: The Cork International Hotel, Cork Airport Business Park
  • Dec 9: The Radisson Blu St Helen's Hotel, Blackrock, Dublin

The airline is looking for men and women to fill the positions and will be offered a "very attractive employment package" including concessional travel benefits to cabin crew, their families and friends. Other benefits include a tax-free salary, free transport and free shared accommodation in Dubai.

However, there are certain criteria that must be met to be considered, including being at least 21-years-old, and having an arm reach of 212cm when standing on tiptoes.

Enda Corneille, Country Manager for Emirates in Ireland said: “This will be our final recruitment drive for 2019 in Ireland so we advise anyone interested in working as Cabin Crew with Emirates to try and make it along to one of these Open Days.

"It is a truly rewarding and progressive career and newly appointed Cabin Crew will be joining at an exciting time as Emirates continues to grow. Applicants will need to come prepared to spend the full day at the venue if required.

"Shortlisted candidates will be informed of timings for further assessments and interviews."

Emirates flies to 159 destinations across six continents.

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