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Re: Age limit

Postby Baby0106 » Wed, 09 Sep 2009 5:24 am

ready_2fly wrote:Is there age limit for Qatar ? I am 29 and wanted to try but afraid that i am not qualified . Kindly advise.


im not sure on the age limit. but i had flown wif new crews (within 1 mth of flying) n the lady aged 34 n there is oso a guy at 35.

I believe it could be the experience or how u present urself to the recruitment. Age is numbers and its the inner personality because you need to be adaptable and understanding to things here. And no pretence please, or it will be harder when you are here later.

I wish you all the best...
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Re: QR qatar airways

Postby miss vanity » Tue, 15 Sep 2009 4:58 pm

[quote="Baby0106"]Hi Fakel


Your height is okay. As long as when u need to pass the reach test of 212cm (to get hold of the Safety Equipment) n basically to close the overheads when you start flying and arrange the bags to maximise the space.

And anyway, when during the reach test, you will be asked to touch the end of 212cm on your shoes, so dont worry, just be stable when you reach out hehe...



Hi baby0106,
For the reach test, what exactly will you be reaching? Is it a measurement pole or mock overhead compartment? You see i am only 157 cm. I took my own measurements while tip toeing and i dont think i can reach the 212 cm. I can only make it to about 207cm. Are they strict with this? There is an OD next week in KL, should i even give it a try?

Thanks in advance gals
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Re: QR qatar airways

Postby Plavt » Tue, 15 Sep 2009 6:54 pm

miss vanity wrote:I took my own measurements while tip toeing and i dont think i can reach the 212 cm. I can only make it to about 207cm. Are they strict with this? There is an OD next week in KL, should i even give it a try?



Common sense should tell you the answer; they state cleary a minimum arm reach of 212cm. You can only reach 207 which means you will not be able to reach the overhead lockers properly. You don't need anybody to tell you do you the answer to what you asked do you?

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Postby James1987 » Wed, 16 Sep 2009 6:00 pm

DID u try tip-toe.. haha? should reach 212 cm if u tip-toed..

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Postby Plavt » Wed, 16 Sep 2009 6:02 pm

James1987 wrote:DID u try tip-toe.. haha? should reach 212 cm if u tip-toed..


Have a closer read of her post;

I can only make it to about 207cm
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Postby jeff2861 » Thu, 17 Sep 2009 10:16 pm

Hi, just to check with you guys if you all have any idea the CV submission only is it a one day affair or usual 3 days interview? and may i know do we have to be in the ballroom by 0900hrs?

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Re: QR qatar airways

Postby Baby0106 » Fri, 25 Sep 2009 2:26 pm

Hi baby0106,
For the reach test, what exactly will you be reaching? Is it a measurement pole or mock overhead compartment? You see i am only 157 cm. I took my own measurements while tip toeing and i dont think i can reach the 212 cm. I can only make it to about 207cm. Are they strict with this? There is an OD next week in KL, should i even give it a try?

Thanks in advance gals
:)[/quote]

Hi Sweetie,

- the reach test is just an indication either a stroke or top of a picture which is measured at 212cm

- fyi, in aircrafts, when the top compartments are opened fully, when it is time for u to close them before take off...it is in that height. Seriously. Even at times, i need to balance myself so that i can close it nicely n without struggling.

- my advise is when u reach, DO NOT LOOK at the point where u should be tipping. PLEASE just breath in & stretch yourself. Inshallah, u make wonders.

Go and try, you will never know. And all the best to you Sweetie~!
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Postby Baby0106 » Fri, 25 Sep 2009 2:30 pm

jeff2861 wrote:Hi, just to check with you guys if you all have any idea the CV submission only is it a one day affair or usual 3 days interview? and may i know do we have to be in the ballroom by 0900hrs?


- you can try reading the earlier posts which advise how the first day is

Anyways,
- CV submission is only a 1 day affair
- the continuous interviews depends on whether the CV u submitted or your persona itself on the short few minutes while handing in the CV attracts the Recruitment Officer or the idea of you in the future being our Cabin Crew


And, please

- it is starting at 0900, get the better seats so that you can be easily spotted by then (inshallah)
- im sure in any interview, you dont want to keep the employer waiting right?

Hope these answers your queires...all the best..!!!!
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Qatar Cabin Crew Recruitment

Postby Tessa.m » Sun, 11 Oct 2009 5:40 pm

Hello there,

I'm new to this forum here.

I'd like if anyone could furnish me with details on the Qatar Cabin Crew Recruitment interview processes.

Although the airline is currently not having any recruitment exercise, I'm interested to understand and also be prepared when they are here.

During the interview processes, do they check for your posture, skin and arms? Like for SQ?

And how about the medical process after one is selected? What are the tests that they generally do?

In addition, if one if selected and be employed, how long is the time frame before one is arranged to be based in Doha before the training starts? And the duration of the training?

Also the rostering and off days of a QR crew?

I reall do appreciate if anyone could feedback to me on these questions.

Thank you for your time.

Cheers!

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Postby Kokopopz » Thu, 19 Nov 2009 12:48 pm

Hi,

This is what I received from Qatar airways

size=12]Thank you for your application for the position of Cabin Crew with Qatar Airways.

We are pleased to inform you that we will be conducting an Open Day Cabin Crew Recruitment Campaign in Singapore as detailed below:

Date: 22nd November 2009 (Sunday)

Time: 0900 a.m sharp

Venue:HOLIDAY INN ATRIUM SINGAPORE ,
317 Outram Road,
Singapore 169075

You are most welcome to participate in this Open Day. However, be informed that our Open Days are frequently scheduled throughout the world and we do encourage you to attend a campaign held closest to your location that does not incur excessive travel and expense.

Please note that all expenses incurred by you to attend any recruitment campaign will not be the responsibility of Qatar Airways.

Our Open Day is an interactive information session only where you will have the opportunity to meet with our Recruitment team and learn more about our Cabin Crew lifestyle, package and living in Doha, Qatar. Your application will be reviewed and only those short-listed will be invited for further recruitment processes on:

23rd November 2009 (Monday) - Preliminary Selection
24th November and 25th November 2009 (Tuesday & Wednesday) - Final Interview
(Time and venue will be advised for both sessions)

Please bring with you the following:
An updated resume.
One recent passport-sized photograph (smiling) on a plain (avoid white) background.
One recent full-length postcard-sized photograph (business attire) on a plain (avoid white) background
(Photo Format:Stand facing the camera, with one foot slightly forward, hands relaxed by the sides and a warm open smile) .
This information is made available to you as a result of you applying online to attend the Singapore recruitment campaign.

We wish you every success with your application.


Has anyone been to these interviews before? Any idea what they are looking for?


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