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  Topic Started By:  MYT01    On:  Sat 28th September, 2013 at 22:01
MYT01
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#1  CSM's LHR  Posted 28/09/2013 at 22:01
Hey Guys,

Does anyone know when CSM is opening up externally?

Many Thanks
Purser - B757, A319, A320, A330
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Little minx
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#2  Re: CSM's LHR  Posted 28/09/2013 at 22:50
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It could open up any time or it may never open. I don't think anyone knows.

Idealy BA would prefer to promote internally and they will only open it up externally if they don't have enough internal Future Talent CSMs or other internal crew to promote.

I am sure if it opens up someone will post about it here.
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BAONE
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#3  Re: CSM's LHR  Posted 29/09/2013 at 09:12
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LM it may never open??
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Little minx
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#4  Re: CSM's LHR  Posted 29/09/2013 at 13:30
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Originally posted by BAONE

LM it may never open??

Well yes, they may promote internally from within M/F or from within BA.

It might never be offered externally again.
However there have been rumours that they are not sure if they have enough internal candidates ready, so then I guess it could be offered externally .

However it's really anyone's guess as to whether they will or they won't and it probably depends on how more new routes get started etc.
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Sakura
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#5  Re: CSM's LHR  Posted 29/09/2013 at 16:09
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My IBM seems to think that it will be internal again early next year. I have a few EF friends who have expressed a desire to move over to MF but only in a CSM position.

S.
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Little minx
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#6  Re: CSM's LHR  Posted 29/09/2013 at 23:21
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I have heard rumours of that and then generally they take it externally but only if they do not have enough internal candidates.

So no one can say at this time if it will ever open externally or not.
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prism
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Posts: 480
France
#7  Re: CSM's LHR  Posted 31/10/2013 at 16:00
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Originally posted by MYT01

Hey Guys,

Does anyone know when CSM is opening up externally?

Many Thanks

I would keep your eye on the careers page over the next few days ;-)
My posts are my personal views and opinions and are not necessarily those of my employer. My postings are for this forum and should not be copied to other forums without my express permission. Thank you.
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prism
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#8  Re: CSM's LHR  Posted 01/11/2013 at 13:59
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Recruitment for Mixed fleet LHR CSM is now open. Check out the jobs link or the careers page of BA.com. Open for applications till 17th November 2013
Edited 01/11/2013 @ 14:00 Revision #1
My posts are my personal views and opinions and are not necessarily those of my employer. My postings are for this forum and should not be copied to other forums without my express permission. Thank you.
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Soph2013
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#9  Re: CSM's LHR  Posted 05/11/2013 at 09:39
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HI guys, I wondered if you could help to clarify exactly how much experience you need to apply for this role and exactly what they consider to be a Senior cabin crew manager.

My point being is that in the Middle Eastern airline I currently work for, our aircrafts are configured to be just Economy and Business class cabins, we don't have many aircrafts with a First Class cabin. There are 2 supervisors, one Cabin Senior who is in charge of the Economy cabin/duty free etc and one Pursur who is in overall charge of both cabins. My job is to be in charge of the Business Class cabin and up to 7 crew members within the cabin however, my job title does not contain the word manager or senior crew member. This is just the way my airline operates.

Would BA consider this to be an acceptable amount of experience and would they consider differences in job roles and responsibilities across different airlines?

Your help is much appreciated!
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Little minx
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#10  Re: CSM's LHR  Posted 05/11/2013 at 23:57
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Either would count as SCCMs.
Last time they accepted In charge of a long haul aircraft or cabin on a long haul carrier. They also accepted in charge of a short haul aircraft.
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