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Postby Matt10 » Sat, 15 Apr 2006 8:26 pm

I think they stay at different rooms. But i always read crew's blog. Once i came across, a girl showed her picture in a room with another steward. And she said that's her hotel room mate while in London..

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Postby Plavt » Sat, 15 Apr 2006 8:40 pm

Matt10 wrote:I think they stay at different rooms. But i always read crew's blog. Once i came across, a girl showed her picture in a room with another steward. And she said that's her hotel room mate while in London..


An illusion no doubt male and female would most definitely be kept seperate. Some people do not write very carefully not to mention the difficulties of writing in English just take what you saw with a 'pinch of salt' as the saying goes.

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Postby Matt10 » Sun, 16 Apr 2006 11:04 am

Plavt wrote:
Matt10 wrote:I think they stay at different rooms. But i always read crew's blog. Once i came across, a girl showed her picture in a room with another steward. And she said that's her hotel room mate while in London..


An illusion no doubt male and female would most definitely be kept seperate. Some people do not write very carefully not to mention the difficulties of writing in English just take what you saw with a 'pinch of salt' as the saying goes.

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Ok :D

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Enquires. Hope to get some feedback.

Postby rainy » Sun, 16 Apr 2006 2:26 pm

Hello,

Been browsing the forum for quite some time.
I have some enquires here.
Would like to ask for your opinion.

1. Can I send in my application form before completing my degree course? I mean if I were to finish the course in April 2007, and SIA has recruitment before I finish the course in 2007. (take example recruitment in January,) will they accept my application?

I can ask for verification doc from my uni to certify my testimonial that I will be finishing the course in April.

Do not want to lose a chance to apply for an interview than to wait for recruitments after April.

I believe it's not too early to plan now.

2. Anybody has info on when does MAS accept application for cabin crew position? Do they have thier recruitment drive annualy? Or do they have several in a year like SIA? What is the pay salary like compared to SIA?

3. Obtain certificate completion of Japanese course Level 3. Am interested to join JAL. I went to thier site but could not find any career info in thier corporate Japan Airlines website. Anybody has successfully join JAL? Would you mind to PM me? Are you bound to reside in Japan? Again, what is the pay salary like?

Will put SIA as top priority.

Sorry for the long post. I hope some experienced regulars will be kind enough to give me some advice.

Thank you in advance!

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Postby Cheesie » Sun, 16 Apr 2006 4:54 pm

Hey anyone went to see the SIA website? they change something.. :?

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Postby VT » Mon, 17 Apr 2006 12:06 am

Cheesie wrote:Hey anyone went to see the SIA website? they change something.. :?


Yap.. Just went into their web. Weird.. they changed their layout. Not as direct as the previous web page. Hmmm.. they closed the posting for cabin crew and cadet cabin crew exec. :(

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Postby ryanstarr » Mon, 17 Apr 2006 10:37 am

Plavt wrote:
ryanstarr wrote:Aiyoh, please be careful who you share room with, girls. I got molested in Beijing by a steward who invited himself to my room. As he was around my batch, I didn't want to make a big fuss, but my dad was furious. :(


I am apalled at that and with respect you should report such persons, what right has he got to think you are 'available' to please his desires. I am not surprised your dad was furious, he had every reason and every right.


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Thanks Plavt, singaporegirl, Matt10, perhaps it was partly my fault too. He told me his mum was on the flight and if I could give up my room for her. I said okay, but later the mum did not appear, but he still came over... :(
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Postby singaporegrrl » Mon, 17 Apr 2006 12:39 pm

ryanstarr wrote:Thanks Plavt, singaporegirl, Matt10, perhaps it was partly my fault too. He told me his mum was on the flight and if I could give up my room for her. I said okay, but later the mum did not appear, but he still came over... :(


Gosh you've been fooled. You've got your humble sympathy personality at his advantage. What right do the mother has for taking your room? You've been on duty for hours and you have your own room so that you can rest peacefully to get ready for the next sector. Even if there was a 'mother' or any other relatives, they would have planned where to stay right? If not he can share his room with his mom right? Sometimes you can't be too kind towards others. If you want to do any community service, think before you do it. Is it a win-win situation? Hope this kind of people don't take advantage of you again.
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Postby erieo » Mon, 17 Apr 2006 2:27 pm

VT wrote:
Cheesie wrote:Hey anyone went to see the SIA website? they change something.. :?


Yap.. Just went into their web. Weird.. they changed their layout. Not as direct as the previous web page. Hmmm.. they closed the posting for cabin crew and cadet cabin crew exec. :(



ya lor they changed into a search portal to deposit resume...hrmm guess we will have to keep alookout on the newspaper ad too.

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Postby blancD » Mon, 17 Apr 2006 2:58 pm

the cabin crew recruitment is somewhere on the website even though its not as direct as before.
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Postby Cheesie » Mon, 17 Apr 2006 4:10 pm

erieo wrote:
VT wrote:
Cheesie wrote:Hey anyone went to see the SIA website? they change something.. :?


Yap.. Just went into their web. Weird.. they changed their layout. Not as direct as the previous web page. Hmmm.. they closed the posting for cabin crew and cadet cabin crew exec. :(



ya lor they changed into a search portal to deposit resume...hrmm guess we will have to keep alookout on the newspaper ad too.

Cheers


Know they will post it more often on which news paper?

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Postby erieo » Mon, 17 Apr 2006 11:01 pm

Cheesie wrote:
erieo wrote:
VT wrote:
Cheesie wrote:Hey anyone went to see the SIA website? they change something.. :?


Yap.. Just went into their web. Weird.. they changed their layout. Not as direct as the previous web page. Hmmm.. they closed the posting for cabin crew and cadet cabin crew exec. :(



ya lor they changed into a search portal to deposit resume...hrmm guess we will have to keep alookout on the newspaper ad too.

Cheers


Know they will post it more often on which news paper?


Usually on the strait times under classified ad. :)

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Postby vivi » Tue, 18 Apr 2006 12:14 pm

erieo wrote:
VT wrote:
Cheesie wrote:Hey anyone went to see the SIA website? they change something.. :?


Yap.. Just went into their web. Weird.. they changed their layout. Not as direct as the previous web page. Hmmm.. they closed the posting for cabin crew and cadet cabin crew exec. :(



ya lor they changed into a search portal to deposit resume...hrmm guess we will have to keep alookout on the newspaper ad too.

Cheers


Hmm..guess the lay out now is more professional. Similar to what you can find in some other airlines website where you can deposit your resume. Think its easier too. ^_^ :wink:

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Postby blancD » Tue, 18 Apr 2006 2:30 pm

http://www.singaporeair.com/saa/en_UK/c ... etails.jsp

maybe this URL would help? but since the recruitment is over, i guess you guys will have to wait till the webpage gets updated.
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Postby Eryan » Sat, 22 Apr 2006 1:01 am

Cabin Crew Full Time Permanent posted 21/04/2006
Singapore,

Requirements

We will soon be conducting a recruitment exercise in Singapore.

As a Flight Steward or Flight Stewardess with Singapore Airlines, you can expect to take home a total income of about $3,500 a month, including fixed salary and variable incentive allowances. Plus an annual wage supplement
of one month’s basic salary and profit t-sharing bonus. You will also be entitled to free travel to any SIA destination once a year and enjoy discounted travel at other times.

To fulfil the demands of this exciting profession, you will need to have the following qualities:
• Singapore or Malaysian citizenship
• Males who are at least 1.65m in height; females who are at least 1.58m
• At least 2 GCE ‘A’-level credits and 2 ‘O’-level credits including General Paper in the GCE ‘A’-level examination; or a Diploma from a local Polytechnic (Those with at least 5 GCE ‘O’-level credits, including English, and relevant working experience may also apply)
• Completed, are exempted from, or are not liable for National Service. Those in the process of completing NS may also apply
• The willingness and commitment to serve a compulsory service bond

Preference will be given to candidates who are able to speak foreign languages or are experienced in customer service.

We are always looking for high-flying individuals with a passion for service to join our elite team. If you’re raring to take your career to the sky, we would be pleased to meet you.

Interviews will be conducted at:
Suntec Singapore International Convention & Exhibition Centre

For Stewardesses:

on 29 April 2006 from 9am to 3pm (Meeting Rooms 303 – 305)

For Stewards:

on 30 April 2006 from 9am to 12pm (Meeting Rooms 325 – 326)

Please bring along your original birth and educational certificates, identity card, and a passport-sized photograph.


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