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carsiao wrote:Any idea it is applied the job on that day? or do we have to check applied in the web site?
ITs a walk-in. so you can just bring your resume and certificates along. Do eat breakfast / lunch before attending the interview, may be a long wait.
Bittersweet wrote:Ryanstar - Check your PM.
Thank you for writing, "Bittersweet". I'm sure you're more sweet than bitter! So the walk-in interview for SQ is on Saturday, 29 April and the day after, at Suntec City. I was just there on April 1 for the UA interview. What a tremendous experience...different from SQ though. No minimum height stipulated. They just stuck a piece of sticky tape on the wall and we tried to reach for it! No problem there. The same for guys and gals. Now that's what I call an equal opportunity employer!
Aspire to inspire before you expire.
charle wrote:Glad to see that they are conducting interview again, going for my fourth try, I failed 2 final interviews, just failed on 12 april. sad...
Hi, the final interview u meant was it the mgmt rnd???
wow.. i didnt know SIA just had their interview on 12 apr. So fast they are having one again?. i remembered last time they send invitation to go for interviews roughly stretch ard 2 wks and only recruit like 2mths once.
i'm going for the 2nd attempted. the 1st one was 1.5yrs ago.. it was horrible.. i was so nervous n was kicked out during the 1st rnd.
karen-k wrote:hi there...there's a recruitment exercise in Singapore, do SIA conduct cabin crew interview in KL?? am from KL.....or shall i wait......??
Yes SIA conduct interview in KL. They just had one in Penang. I think you have to wait for the interview in KL. Since you are a Malaysian, you can come to Singapore for the interview.
Eryan wrote:Cabin Crew Full Time Permanent posted 21/04/2006
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
on 29 April 2006 from 9am to 3pm (Meeting Rooms 303 – 305)
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.
I am very happy because SIA only wants Diploma from a local polytechnic but not from private institute or ITE. I feel O level is not enough as they used to accept O level holders who didnt have any relevant experience. Late last year, they mentioned that O level holders must have minimum of 5 years of working experience in the relevant industry before they can apply. It such a long time and by the time those people apply for SIA, they will be over age.
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