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Aer Lingus Recruitment October 2017

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  Topic Started By:  velina    On:  Mon 23rd October, 2017 at 23:15
LibertiesTTB
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#174  Re: Aer Lingus Recruitment October 2017  Posted 15/01/2018 at 16:56
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Hi,

I got offered the position in December too a couple of days after my interview.

I got an email a couple of days ago to apply for airside access/airport ID.
I also got a very general email about availability in Cork, but it never said I had to train there or be based there. it was just looking for expression of interest

Did anyone else get this also?
I'm just worried I'll get a call to say Cork is my only option too.
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TrolleyDolly20
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Republic of Ireland
#176  Re: Aer Lingus Recruitment October 2017  Posted 16/01/2018 at 14:14
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When I got the call I was asked to train in Cork as well as work there! Never once was it mentioned that I might not be able to train and work in Dublin and suddenly this is my only option! It’s crazy. I was told that they do this every year, seems to be major problems with organisation.

How can they advertise for one base, interview for that base, process all documents for that base and then decide to send you to the other end of the country?!
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rachlouise_irl
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#177  Re: Aer Lingus Recruitment October 2017  Posted 16/01/2018 at 14:15
Between snooping through instagram / twitter feeds it seems people got calls around the 5th- 7th January and got offered positions.

I know I am probably unsuccessful but I want to know the answer even if it's a no. Do I need to book a holiday to feel sorry for myself yet or what haha?
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rachlouise_irl
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#178  Re: Aer Lingus Recruitment October 2017  Posted 17/01/2018 at 09:06
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After all that - I got a call today. Im from Dublin - live 15 minutes from airport and they offered me Cork. I am only 22 , live at home with my parents and cannot support myself financially or fancy living in student digs down in cork because thats all I will be able to afford.

I have till tomorrow to make a decision so I've decided not to take it due to being based in Cork. Im honestly so annoyed at the situation and think its disgraceful how they can just change they location
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Cc93
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#179  Re: Aer Lingus Recruitment October 2017  Posted 17/01/2018 at 10:56
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I haven’t heard anything and now I’m worried I’ll be offered cork. I have no idea what’s going on in the recruitment office. I’m pretty sure we applied for Cabin Crew Dublin?
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Newbietoaerlingusplease
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#180  Re: Aer Lingus Recruitment October 2017  Posted 17/01/2018 at 18:37
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I haven't heard anything since the interview in December. Don't think it's good news. Pretty devastated.
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Newbie2020
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#181  Re: Aer Lingus Recruitment October 2017  Posted 17/01/2018 at 18:37
I received an email today saying that I should by now have had my medical and if not to contact them to arrange but I’ve not been offered a contract. Has anyone else received the same ?

Thanks in advance
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stev22
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#182  Re: Aer Lingus Recruitment October 2017  Posted 17/01/2018 at 18:37
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I interviewed early December in Dublin. Haven't heard a thing from them and I thought I did a good interview. However I see here that many people were already contacted and offered the job. But reading here about Aer Lingus asking or intimidating people in regard to working out of Cork base, instead Dublin, which was originally said, does not sound a very professional airline to work for. So not getting a job there, might be a blessing in disguise ( I am not trying to be vicious but I have working experience and this does not seem good to me). Also when we went for the face to face interviews, they don't even give you a presentation of the company with idea of salary, benefits, etc... I interviewed at other airlines, and the majority inform you salary, etc.. So you are basically diving into Aer Lingus blindly. I have a gut feeling this company is not good to work for.
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chamomile1
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#183  Re: Aer Lingus Recruitment October 2017  Posted 23/01/2018 at 09:08
In reply to post #180...
Hi, have you heard anything yet?

I had my interview on the 8th. Still waiting.... No news at all.....

Anyone out there heard anything this month?

I am aware of the fact that some people(could be most people) already got the training date.

I just wonder if there are some people like me still waiting for the result with fingers crossed for weeks ...
Edited 23/01/2018 @ 22:18 Revision #2
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Amcireland
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#184  Re: Aer Lingus Recruitment October 2017  Posted 25/01/2018 at 19:41
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I haven’t heard anything back yet either.. I had my interview at start of December. Would be happy to go to Cork but haven’t heard anything back :(
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