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SilkAir recruitment-8 n 9 June

Postby wendytay » Sat, 02 Jun 2007 11:17 am

Flight Stewardess
Full/Part Time Full-time
Location Singapore,
Description We are looking for female cabin crew with a combination of grace and a warm smile to provide excellent and attractive service to our customers.

Besides being at least of 1.58m tall, you should also possess a minimum of 3 GCE 'O' Level or 4 GCE 'N' Level credits including English. Singaporeans and Singapore Permanent Residents preferred.

We offer a comprehensive range of attractive benefits including free and discounted travel, profit sharing bonus, annual wage supplement, assistance in further studies, subsidised medical and dental benefits, and attractive flying and transport allowances.

If you think you have what it takes to be part of our team, come and see us at Sheraton Towers Singapore Hotel, 2nd Level Ballroom 4, 39 Scotts Road, Singapore 228230 between 9am and 4.30pm on 8 or 9 June 2007.

Please bring along your I/C, copies of educational certificates and 2 passport-sized photographs. Previous applicants need not apply.

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Re: SilkAir recruitment-8 n 9 June

Postby moonyuki » Sat, 02 Jun 2007 11:36 am

wendytay wrote:Flight Stewardess
Full/Part Time Full-time
Location Singapore,
Description We are looking for female cabin crew with a combination of grace and a warm smile to provide excellent and attractive service to our customers.

Besides being at least of 1.58m tall, you should also possess a minimum of 3 GCE 'O' Level or 4 GCE 'N' Level credits including English. Singaporeans and Singapore Permanent Residents preferred.

We offer a comprehensive range of attractive benefits including free and discounted travel, profit sharing bonus, annual wage supplement, assistance in further studies, subsidised medical and dental benefits, and attractive flying and transport allowances.

If you think you have what it takes to be part of our team, come and see us at Sheraton Towers Singapore Hotel, 2nd Level Ballroom 4, 39 Scotts Road, Singapore 228230 between 9am and 4.30pm on 8 or 9 June 2007.

Please bring along your I/C, copies of educational certificates and 2 passport-sized photographs. Previous applicants need not apply.


If i been to the SQ interview, can i still go for this?

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Postby trevormyboy » Sat, 02 Jun 2007 12:24 pm

i think shouldn't be a problem..
but i heard from my friend who work with silk air, that being a silk air cabin crew is nothing like being SQ cabin crew... she is regret to join silk air cos now she cant try to join SQ..

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Postby mz^d » Sat, 02 Jun 2007 1:02 pm

trevormyboy wrote:i think shouldn't be a problem..
but i heard from my friend who work with silk air, that being a silk air cabin crew is nothing like being SQ cabin crew... she is regret to join silk air cos now she cant try to join SQ..


Actually that is not true. After 3 years of service with silkair, they can request for a transfer to SQ and they will be required to attend the management interview with SQ personnel. But of course SQ must be willing to take you in and there must be a demand for more SQ stewardess. SQ will also make an exception for silkair stewardess with less than 5 o's to try out but this is only for existing silkair stewardess who have served at least 3 years as mentioned before.

So no, your chances of getting into SQ if you join silkair will not be spoilt. I know this cos i attended the management interview last march and the silkair management shared this information with the candidates.

Please gather your facts from a trustworthy source before you post such information as it may mislead potential candidates from trying out for cabin crew positions. The whole idea of this forum is to provide wannabe cabin crew with accurate information so that they can decide what is best for them in the long run :)

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Postby moonyuki » Sat, 02 Jun 2007 1:11 pm

trevormyboy wrote:i think shouldn't be a problem..
but i heard from my friend who work with silk air, that being a silk air cabin crew is nothing like being SQ cabin crew... she is regret to join silk air cos now she cant try to join SQ..


But i saw it from the silkair web that silkair crew is train by SQ too... i dun think its that bad for silkair crew..

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Postby wendytay » Sat, 02 Jun 2007 2:39 pm

anyone know what dress code to wear for the interview?its not stated..

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Postby skynie8183 » Sat, 02 Jun 2007 5:16 pm

i am a Malaysian girl, so can i going to try ????
anyone can advise on this,,,,,

thanks .......

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Postby mz^d » Sat, 02 Jun 2007 5:26 pm

wendytay wrote:anyone know what dress code to wear for the interview?its not stated..


Well, smart casual is fine. I wore jeans and a cap sleeved tee. There were others who wore formal shirts and knee length skirts. It doesn't matter as long as you don't wear revealing outfits and you look presentable.

Good luck:)

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Postby nicky » Sat, 02 Jun 2007 5:43 pm

i am considering to join silkair but i have small pock marks....anyone can advise

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Postby JadeiteJade » Sun, 03 Jun 2007 2:43 pm

Hi mz^d,I tried to post a private message but unable to do so...

juzt a question...are you from silkair?How is it like?I really want to join SQ but I feel that its quite difficult to get in...so Im thinking of trying for Silkair...

I hope you don't mind me asking...can I know whats the salary range?I don't want to sound rude..hope you don't mind...

and hows the interview process for silkair?

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Postby JadeiteJade » Sun, 03 Jun 2007 2:49 pm

oh..do i have to apply online?

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Postby mz^d » Sun, 03 Jun 2007 5:40 pm

Hi Jade,

No i am not from silkair. However I attended the previous recruitment and but failed my management round. Silkair recruitment process will be as follows:

1st round: Group interview where you will be required to give a brief introduction about yourself - Elimination

2nd round: 1 on 1 interview with the HR Manager where she will want to know more about you and your current job etc etc - Elimination

3rdround : Water confidence - You would have to jump off a mock plane (Elevated - not really very high, just don't look down)and you have to swim towards the other end of the pool backstroke style.

4th Round: Uniform fitting. Do remember to bring along a pair of heels as your posture will look so much better and smile at all times.

Final round - Management interview with a panel of interviewers followed by tea party. Please do read up on the company history if possible. Wuestions will be most likely related to your introduction. So don't say you like aeroplanes if you know nothing about it.

Succesfull candidates will be notified by email afterwhich they will be required to attend a medical assesment.

No, you are not required to apply online, you can just walk-in. ALl the best to you:)

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Postby moonyuki » Sun, 03 Jun 2007 6:03 pm

mz^d wrote:Hi Jade,

No i am not from silkair. However I attended the previous recruitment and but failed my management round. Silkair recruitment process will be as follows:

1st round: Group interview where you will be required to give a brief introduction about yourself - Elimination

2nd round: 1 on 1 interview with the HR Manager where she will want to know more about you and your current job etc etc - Elimination

3rdround : Water confidence - You would have to jump off a mock plane (Elevated - not really very high, just don't look down)and you have to swim towards the other end of the pool backstroke style.

4th Round: Uniform fitting. Do remember to bring along a pair of heels as your posture will look so much better and smile at all times.

Final round - Management interview with a panel of interviewers followed by tea party. Please do read up on the company history if possible. Wuestions will be most likely related to your introduction. So don't say you like aeroplanes if you know nothing about it.

Succesfull candidates will be notified by email afterwhich they will be required to attend a medical assesment.

No, you are not required to apply online, you can just walk-in. ALl the best to you:)


for the Water confidence, will there be life vest?

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Postby trevormyboy » Mon, 04 Jun 2007 7:49 am

mz^d wrote:
trevormyboy wrote:i think shouldn't be a problem..
but i heard from my friend who work with silk air, that being a silk air cabin crew is nothing like being SQ cabin crew... she is regret to join silk air cos now she cant try to join SQ..


Actually that is not true. After 3 years of service with silkair, they can request for a transfer to SQ and they will be required to attend the management interview with SQ personnel. But of course SQ must be willing to take you in and there must be a demand for more SQ stewardess. SQ will also make an exception for silkair stewardess with less than 5 o's to try out but this is only for existing silkair stewardess who have served at least 3 years as mentioned before.

So no, your chances of getting into SQ if you join silkair will not be spoilt. I know this cos i attended the management interview last march and the silkair management shared this information with the candidates.

Please gather your facts from a trustworthy source before you post such information as it may mislead potential candidates from trying out for cabin crew positions. The whole idea of this forum is to provide wannabe cabin crew with accurate information so that they can decide what is best for them in the long run :)



hi mz^d
what about if im working with silk air and my 15 months bond ended.. can i go for sq walk in interview? will they consider my application? or they wont even think of getting me to the next round.. cos im with silk air..? :?

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Postby mz^d » Mon, 04 Jun 2007 9:48 am

Hi trever,

I am really not sure about that one. Though you can walk in, not sure about the chances. But good luck.

Moonyuki, Yes you will be provided with a lifevest.


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