it was a local recruitment drive here in singapore... coz both of em are already based here in sg.. but then again, that was a year ago... or was it two years... times might have changed then...toygirl wrote:Ipando - The open day for Emirates conducted by the local agency in Singapore is female only. Unless your Filipino friends who made it through did their application direct to the principal (Emirates) or through IPAMS. In Manila, I know IPAMS recruits male cabin crew for Emirates. This is not the case in Singapore.
Hi Ika,i have received the invitation we all, is on 4th Nov. Initially i was invited to attend the Interview last week held in KL,but i requested to change the time due to couldnt draw out the time to drive to KL. So Emirates allowed me to do so.Ika wrote:Hi ppl,
Is anyone else being invited for the upcoming Walk-in Open Day ?
wow.. thats a good info. i might wanna go for it. but not yet. i am not ready for long haul flights. i prefer turnarounds.toygirl wrote:No worries Ika
Round 1 - Tests your communication and reaction skills - You may be asked to sell a product, play a game of building bricks with other candidates, or guess what the interviewer wants
Successful candidates will then attend a briefing conducted by the agency - they will tell how the tips and tricks like how to present yourself, what not to say, etc
Round 2 - You will be met by the Emirates Recruitment Team - Usually 2 or 3 ladies who are ex crew promoted to be Recruitment Team Officers. You'll start off with height taking - by asking you to reach for 212 cm with your arm. Then you will be broken into small groups to work on a task like "Imagine you have 4 people, a nurse, a doctor an old man and a baby but you can put only 3 people in a boat - Who should go and why" - The main aim is to see how to communicate with others and you will be assessed by the recruitment officers who will be walking up and down. A English test will also be conducted - a written one to see whether you can write in proper English - it is like a composition at PSLE/N level standard.
They may be psychometric 16PF tests to see whether you are feigning your personality. Reason being some candidates put on a show and the psychometric tests can detect those who are doing a Channel 8 drama.
Eliminations will occur and you will have another round in which the group discussion follows and then about 10 to 15 candidates will meet up one on one for a indepth interview for 30 mins on their career, suitability for Emirates, etc on another day.
On average: 5-10 girls will make it to the end. Then you will proceed to Raffles Medical to spend around $500 for a medical and dental checkup which is non reimbursable. 2 references will need to be submitted to Emirates from your past employers and the UAE Work Visa will be emailed to you and your E-ticket with 50kg luggage allowance.
Then you'll head to Dubai! Welcome to Emirates! (Should have never left!)
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