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Etihad Airways is Recuiting on 14th April 2008!

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Postby Miz » Wed, 26 Mar 2008 5:28 pm

rinnuwatanabe wrote:
singaporegrrl wrote:
momopeach wrote:hmm is this interview open to all?
if so, can u pls share the Open/Assessment Days?


Please go to their website to find out more.



already register la.... before queenie register i already register with them then i inform her... but she get the reply first....

ITS UNFAIR!! hmp! :mad:

But never mine... queenie will update me .... :-|


Hi rinnuwatanabe, when did u register?
I didn't receive any invitation email too..

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Postby bluexob » Thu, 27 Mar 2008 2:29 am

Hi...
It stated there at least 2 years in hospitality line,medical or cabin crew preferable...If without all these but in different line some customer service line...U guys think can i try to send my resume online??
Already get reject in MI once and their next recruitment seems like ages...
So i tot maybe try in other airlines first

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Postby singaporegrrl » Thu, 27 Mar 2008 2:37 am

bluexob wrote:Hi...
It stated there at least 2 years in hospitality line,medical or cabin crew preferable...If without all these but in different line some customer service line...U guys think can i try to send my resume online??
Already get reject in MI once and their next recruitment seems like ages...
So i tot maybe try in other airlines first


Why not? Going to different airlines interviews just brings you experience. I tried 4 or 5 times for Silkair, 1 time with Qatar Airways, 1 time with Jetstar Asia, 1 time with SIA, before finally getting accepted by Silkair a year after.
Jangan tanya soalan merepek boleh tak?

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Postby princesschot » Thu, 27 Mar 2008 12:34 pm

hi, just want to ask, when will be the open days for etihad?

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Postby LADYRAIN@.@ » Thu, 27 Mar 2008 4:42 pm

Hi ! :D

Is there any Etihad crew here?

CHEERS!!! :wave:

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Postby LADYRAIN@.@ » Thu, 27 Mar 2008 4:47 pm

GALS.... :D

How was the last interview?
How many rounds were there?
:-k
THY!!!


[b]CHEERS!!![/b] :mrgreen:

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Postby momopeach » Thu, 27 Mar 2008 7:26 pm

LADYRAIN@.@ wrote:GALS.... :D

How was the last interview?
How many rounds were there?
:-k
THY!!!


[b]CHEERS!!![/b] :mrgreen:


Ladyrain it's such a horrid pain trying to read your post..
perhaps u will like to grow up & be more mature first before trying to become a cabin crew

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Postby selerez » Fri, 28 Mar 2008 12:10 am

Just received the formal invitation by Etihad but there is this statement which makes me uncomfortable about attending the upcoming interview, 'Note: If you have attended an assessment in the past 6 months, you will not be considered for this interview.'

I have attended the previous assessment on 22/11/2007 and its about 6 months so which means I won't be applicable for this round right? However, Etihad has confirmed my attendance? It is quite misleading :???:

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Postby LADYRAIN@.@ » Fri, 28 Mar 2008 6:21 pm

selerez wrote:Just received the formal invitation by Etihad but there is this statement which makes me uncomfortable about attending the upcoming interview, 'Note: If you have attended an assessment in the past 6 months, you will not be considered for this interview.'

I have attended the previous assessment on 22/11/2007 and its about 6 months so which means I won't be applicable for this round right? However, Etihad has confirmed my attendance? It is quite misleading :???:


Reply their their email and be sure, or else u might be wasting ur trip there and end up disappointing urself ...

May I ask u how was the last interview like?

Thy!

Rdgs!

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Postby selerez » Fri, 28 Mar 2008 10:47 pm

Yup i did and hopefully i would get a reply from them soon.

The last interview was held on 22/11/07 at Pan Pacific Hotel. There were about 70 invited candidates and once we reached, were told to reach 214cm w tiptoes. Then came an Etihad career talk on what to expect and cabin crew's responsibility.

As we were all seated in tables of say 10 people so that is our grouping. First assessment is a simple fill-in-the-blank English test then we have to wait for about 45mins before we can proceed to the next assessment - one to one interview. There were 3 items lying on the ground - flower, newspaper and water. We were told to pick one and explain the rationale behind our selection. After this, we had to wait for another 45mins before they shortlist the selected candidates.

I guess only 20 out of the 70 candidates are selected. Then from there onwards, I have no idea? Perhaps, group discussion or maybe more in-depth one to one interview?

Overall, the experience is good because unlike most airlines, Etihad has a very interactive interview manner. The recruiter is also very friendly and regardless of what you have mentioned, she will always give you positive encouragement like brilliant, excellent etc. Etihad is also willing to provide personal feedback and comment about the day's performance via email.
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Postby LADYRAIN@.@ » Fri, 28 Mar 2008 11:06 pm

selerez wrote:Yup i did and hopefully i would get a reply from them soon.

The last interview was held on 22/11/07 at Pan Pacific Hotel. There were about 70 invited candidates and once we reached, were told to reach 214cm w tiptoes. Then came an Etihad career talk on what to expect and cabin crew's responsibility.

As we were all seated in tables of say 10 people so that is our grouping. First assessment is a simple fill-in-the-blank English test then we have to wait for about 45mins before we can proceed to the next assessment - one to one interview. There were 3 items lying on the ground - flower, newspaper and water. We were told to pick one and explain the rationale behind our selection. After this, we had to wait for another 45mins before they shortlist the selected candidates.

I guess only 20 candidates are selected from the 70 people. Then from there onwards, I have no idea? Perhaps, group discussion or maybe more in-depth one to one interview?

Overall, the experience is good because unlike most airlines, Etihad has a very interactive interview manner. The recruiter is also very friendly and regardless of what you have mentioned, she will always give you positive encouragement like brilliant, excellent etc. Etihad is also willing to provide personal feedback and comment about the day's performance via email.


sounds great !!!

thy!!!

good luck gal!!!

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Postby bluexob » Sat, 29 Mar 2008 12:19 pm

singaporegrrl wrote:
bluexob wrote:Hi...
It stated there at least 2 years in hospitality line,medical or cabin crew preferable...If without all these but in different line some customer service line...U guys think can i try to send my resume online??
Already get reject in MI once and their next recruitment seems like ages...
So i tot maybe try in other airlines first


Why not? Going to different airlines interviews just brings you experience. I tried 4 or 5 times for Silkair, 1 time with Qatar Airways, 1 time with Jetstar Asia, 1 time with SIA, before finally getting accepted by Silkair a year after.


Woah tat sure takes sooo long...With preserverance and sheer luck sure brings a reward :D
Oh well,i'm gonna send my resume online soon...
And see how my luck goes as it's only by invitation
Thanks by the way :wink:

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Postby bluexob » Sat, 29 Mar 2008 12:29 pm

selerez wrote:Yup i did and hopefully i would get a reply from them soon.

The last interview was held on 22/11/07 at Pan Pacific Hotel. There were about 70 invited candidates and once we reached, were told to reach 214cm w tiptoes. Then came an Etihad career talk on what to expect and cabin crew's responsibility.

As we were all seated in tables of say 10 people so that is our grouping. First assessment is a simple fill-in-the-blank English test then we have to wait for about 45mins before we can proceed to the next assessment - one to one interview. There were 3 items lying on the ground - flower, newspaper and water. We were told to pick one and explain the rationale behind our selection. After this, we had to wait for another 45mins before they shortlist the selected candidates.

I guess only 20 out of the 70 candidates are selected. Then from there onwards, I have no idea? Perhaps, group discussion or maybe more in-depth one to one interview?

Overall, the experience is good because unlike most airlines, Etihad has a very interactive interview manner. The recruiter is also very friendly and regardless of what you have mentioned, she will always give you positive encouragement like brilliant, excellent etc. Etihad is also willing to provide personal feedback and comment about the day's performance via email.


only 20 out of the 70 candidates are selected???
How many were selected for each recruitment??
Less than 20??Their selection more tougher than most other airlines i reckon :shock:

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Postby singaporegrrl » Sat, 29 Mar 2008 8:58 pm

momopeach wrote:
LADYRAIN@.@ wrote:GALS.... :D

How was the last interview?
How many rounds were there?
:-k
THY!!!


[b]CHEERS!!![/b] :mrgreen:


Ladyrain it's such a horrid pain trying to read your post..
perhaps u will like to grow up & be more mature first before trying to become a cabin crew


I'm agreeing with momopeach. You are posting on almost every thread with all kinds of colors and like momopeach stated, "it's such a horrid pain trying to read your post" and it's irritating me and some of the readers here. Did you overlook momopeach's post or you just couldn't be bothered with that remark? Please use normal font colors just like everyone else.
Jangan tanya soalan merepek boleh tak?

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Postby westcoast_custom » Sat, 29 Mar 2008 10:38 pm

Hey peeps. im new to this forum. anyways was just reading thru and was wondering if any of u guys r invited for the assessment on the 14th april 2008?


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