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Postby JaS » Mon, 30 May 2005 1:41 pm

Rach wrote:
Andrew Low wrote:
pin wrote:
Rach wrote:hi Glenny, yes, I enjoy flying with SIA. I get to fly to many countries, good pay & SIA is branded, i simply love it! Do i sound arrogant? Oops, I'm sorry if I do... so hard feeling... hee..:)

I am flying with SIA for 4 years already, as I have told Sihui in my previous entry.

By the way Glenny, what are you working as now?? Or still a student?? Aren't you interested to join SIA like the other girls, since your aunt is an interviewer with SIA and you knows the critieria better than others??


:)


Hi Glenny Rach, Mind If I Get Both Yr Emails? Would Like To Ask U Some Qns Pertaining To Applying For A CC Position. Thks

jaymee

Postby jaymee » Mon, 30 May 2005 2:05 pm

catmeat, i seem to have a problem sending the mail to u... let me know if u have got it yeah?

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Re: Email Address

Postby Plavt » Mon, 30 May 2005 3:39 pm

LV wrote:[size=24]Hi all,

Can any one please tell me the email address for SIA air stewardess recruitment office?

Thank and Regards
LV
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Go to; www.singaporeair.com.sg and type Cabin Crew in the search box at the bottom, the information you need is all there.

Best Wishes.

LV

Postby LV » Mon, 30 May 2005 4:02 pm

Thank Plavt, i got the email but just thinking if SIA will entertain my mail during non recruiting period.

rgds :(

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Postby SIA » Mon, 30 May 2005 4:11 pm

- SIA Recruitment for Cabin Crew -

Cabin Crew are recruited at walk-in interviews. Please keep a lookout for details in the local newspapers and magazines. Walk-in interviews are also conducted in Malaysia, Indonesia, Taiwan, Japan and Korea.

LV

Postby LV » Mon, 30 May 2005 4:24 pm

Hi SIA,

I heard the latest interview was held in April and i had missed it :(. Im waiting for the next recruit which i hope is within this year...

Just like to know from those who had been to the interview:-

1) Do they really need flawless complexion or it's ok if the scar can be covered by fringe or some make over ...?

Rgds.

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Postby Catmeat » Mon, 30 May 2005 4:33 pm

jaymee wrote:catmeat, i seem to have a problem sending the mail to u... let me know if u have got it yeah?



hey jaymee
i rec' ur email
i just replied ur email
:)


hear from u soon girl

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Postby Suzycreamcheeze » Mon, 30 May 2005 5:32 pm

Anonymous wrote:
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Anonymous wrote:
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Anonymous wrote:to suzycreamcheese,read some pages back and thinked you said you were 157cm?Me too,so will you be trying out for silkair?


yeah im still trying... iw ont know if i dont try. and i think you shld too =)



which day are you going?what time?because im 157 too,because it's a walk in tis time round,unlike SIA,thought they let me pass thr.Not sure if 157 for silkair they will let u pass thr.Did u try SIA before?


well im going on tuesday.. tuesday morning. It starts at 9, so ill be there around that time. want to meet up?

Anyway i believe that if you have what it takes to get in, perhaps they may close one eye about that loss of 1cm.. just try.. no harm at all

Ive tried SIA but i cldnt even get to the door c uz i dont have a'levels and i never finished my dip. Sad




are u going alone?can i have ur email add??
do you want to go on wed?


yeah im going alone.. ok heres my email..

tripp3rcritic_cre4mcheeze@yahoo.com

sorry, its quite long.
anyway i dont mind going on wednesday, but we'd definately get a chance to see the interviewers right? i mean they dont leave out people or anything?

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Postby Suzycreamcheeze » Mon, 30 May 2005 5:52 pm

hmmm, im trying to decipher whether it really is better to go on wednesday instead of tuesday morning.

Im just worried the interviewers might leave some people out if it overshots the timing. I dont relaly know how these walk-in's work actually.. anyone have any idea, or know exactly how they work?

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Sia Recruitment

Postby Plavt » Mon, 30 May 2005 7:44 pm

To LV,
I do not know if they will put you application on file or not, your simplest option would be to telephone or better still write and ask them.

Unfortunately I do not live in the region and never have so I do not know how they work.

Best Wishes.
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Re: SIA

Postby Plavt » Mon, 30 May 2005 7:49 pm

SIA wrote: - SIA Recruitment for Cabin Crew -

Cabin Crew are recruited at walk-in interviews. Please keep a lookout for details in the local newspapers and magazines. Walk-in interviews are also conducted in Malaysia, Indonesia, Taiwan, Japan and Korea.



You may also apply online by carrying out the required steps stated on SIA's website.

LV

Postby LV » Mon, 30 May 2005 8:38 pm

Plavt,

Thanks for ur info. I guess i'll wait for the next recruit.

Rgds :wink:

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SilkAir recruiment -- walk-in or by invitation?

Postby Tree » Mon, 30 May 2005 11:52 pm

Is the SilkAir recruitment on Tue and Wed by invitation only? Does one have to receive an email from SilkAir before going? Or anyone can walk in to the ballroom and go for the interview?

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Postby Suzycreamcheeze » Tue, 31 May 2005 1:54 am

i believe anyone can walk in.. because it was printed on Today paper a few days ago. Just give it a go.. i highly doubt they'll turn you away.

=)

Rach

Postby Rach » Tue, 31 May 2005 9:22 am

Hi this is Rachel, back here again!

Referrring to the previous messages on SIA maternity leave for thier female cabin crew, ground jobs, and flying mothers.

Just wanna confirm with you guys that, yes, SIA do provide maternity leave for girls who are married and pregnant. My colleague got pregnant last year, went for a maternity, of course she is paid during the 3 months, and back to work again this year. And in my team, there are already 2 flying mothers.

So...flying may not be a long time career, but i must say, as long as u maintain your figure & look, you can fly for as long as you like. Just like our Chief Stewardess, she is already 42, then again, she dont look at 42 but mid 30s. Still looking good & gorgeous!

So girls who are keen and dream to be with SIA as thier Stewardess.. dream no more! Put it into action.

Heard that after the recruitment exercise for Indian Stewardess this round, SIA will be recruiting Local Stewardess again in late June or early July. This news is gotten from my collegue's husband, who is working in the HR department of SIA Training Centre. So think should be rather accurate!

Keep a look out for the recruitment Girls!

Hope to you more of you on flights!

:)


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