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cetters
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Emirates Recruitment????? in the Middle East Airlines Forum forum Posted:  07/02/2012 at 00:47
Yeah first time applying & attending an open day for emirates so I'm a little nervous but excited too!

I went to an Etihad assessment day couple weeks ago. Got down to final interview but wasn't selected :( using that as experience though. I wore to Etihad what I'm going to wear for this, black shift dress & suit jacket & heels. Wear tights apparently they don't like bear legs, I'm gonna wear black or tan tights depends how cold it is! They're big on grooming & appearance, I wore my hair in a bun, red lips, neat make up, well manicured nails (they inspect your hands).

They watch everything you do, your posture, how you interact with others. Basically smile, be really polite & courteous & be yourself. I'm travelling there the day before & staying at the hotel, are you? My names Jordana so hopefully we'll see each other there! Good luck everyone x
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cetters
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Emirates Recruitment????? in the Middle East Airlines Forum forum Posted:  07/02/2012 at 01:04
@airhostie I know hun, the careers page is a bit confusing, I was confused too but I have a friend who's cabin crew for Emirates so she explained it to me. You can apply for a specific assessment & if your application online is successful they will invite you to come for interview at the assessment day. The open day is more like a drop in day. Anyone can go but treat it as the same, you hand in your cv, they 'monitor' your attitude, behaviour, appearance etc & if you are successful they'll invite you to stay for an assessment or invite you back another time for assessment. Good luck! X
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mauroalan84
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Online Personnality test "CUBIKS" for Emirates !!! in the Middle East Airlines Forum forum Posted:  14/12/2011 at 14:21
Hi everyone!

I had my FI yesterday from Emirates and almost the entire interview was pretty much about my CUBIKS test, according to the recruiter the results were a bit "extreme" in some aspects (over worrying, being one of them lol), she worries that I might not be suitable for cabin crew however, she said not to worry about this since there is no "perfect" cabin crew... Truth is I'm a bit worried cuz I really want the job, I mean, I made it this far, I speak fluent japanse, spanish and english, plus have experience working in hotels, etc...
Several times she said not to worry about it, but can't help thinking about. And now have to wait 'til mid jan for a response ahhhhh

What do you guys think?? Any similar experiences?? Is that reason enough to NOT get hired??

Thanks so much,
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mauroalan84
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CUBIKS Personality test for Emirates!!!! in the Middle East Airlines Forum forum Posted:  14/12/2011 at 14:33
Hi everyone!

I had my FI yesterday from Emirates and almost the entire interview was pretty much about my CUBIKS test, according to the recruiter the results were a bit "extreme" in some aspects (over worrying, being one of them lol), she worries that I might not be suitable for cabin crew however, she said not to worry about this since there is no "perfect" cabin crew... Truth is I'm a bit worried cuz I really want the job, I mean, I made it this far, I speak fluent japanse, spanish and english, plus have experience working in hotels, etc...
Several times she said not to worry about it, but can't help thinking about. And now have to wait 'til mid jan for a response ahhhhh

What do you guys think?? Any similar experiences?? Is that reason enough to NOT get hired??

Thanks so much,
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meszialbin
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Does anybody have questions to be answered? in the Easyjet forum Posted:  19/12/2011 at 10:07
HI,

First of all nice to meet you. I saw that you've been giving very helpfull answers, so I hope you can help me as well. I am a 20 year old hungarian guy, graduated a about half a year ago. I work as an execuitve consultant for about 8 months now. I wanna be flight attendent and I am planning to apply to easyjet for London Gatwick base. However, I have some doubts about my chances as I live in Hungary at the moment although I'm willing to move to the UK. Do you think this airline would consider me? And if not then which one would? I can't apply to Qatar or emirates because I'll turn 21 only in September.
Thank you in advance.

Cheers,

Albin
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meszialbin
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Open days & Assessment days applying from Hungary in the Middle East Airlines Forum forum Posted:  04/01/2013 at 12:22
HI Guys,

I really need some help here. I'm trying to apply to Emirates and Etihad airlines. Now I understand that it's very rare that they have open days in Budapest so I'll probably have to go somewhere closeby. Croatia or BUlgaria or Slovenia. Now I see that there are open days in the upcoming weeks for Emirates so I can apply for one of them online. My question is:

1. They say "If you’ve got what it takes, you’ll be invited to attend the Emirates Cabin Crew screening and assessment process, either the same day, or the following day."

So that means I have to prepare to stay there for a day or two but it also says that

"Final interviews will be scheduled over the course of the same week"

So does that mean that I have to stay lets say in Croatia for a week if they decide to call me in for a FI?

2. There is another section on the website which Global assessment days. What is that? I thought you go for the open day and if you're good you'll get into the assessment process. Which one do I go to?

I really hope someone can get back to me. I'm really confused here.

Thank you
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meszialbin
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Emirates Assessment location in London in the Middle East Airlines Forum forum Posted:  07/01/2013 at 14:00
Hi Guys quick question. Where are the emirates assessment days in London held? Which hotels do they usually use?

Thanks
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LittleEmma
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Emirates OD on Saturday 11th January 2014 Dundee in the Middle East Airlines Forum forum Posted:  10/01/2014 at 11:07

Originally posted by kirsty1238


I've filled in an application online today prior to the open day, but I was just wondering if a smart blouse and black trousers with suit jacket would be ok? I don't have a black skirt I can wear at such short notice!

Thanks for any advice in advance.

Kirsty x

I'm pretty sure Emirates requires a knee-length skirt and sheer tights, but if you're not sure it could be worth calling them to check.
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NorthernCharm
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Can anyone answer me this...... in the British Airways forum Posted:  15/05/2012 at 13:30
It is sad that the role of cabin crew is not seen as the profession that it once was and this has lead to decreased salaries but to compare it to the role of flight deck crew isn't right, that's like comparing the role and pay of a doctor to that of a nurse. Both are important and in the end have the same objectives but there are vastly different responsibilities and training with each.

The thing people are quick to forget is that BA is a business and as such must remain in a competitive position, like it or not but "legacy" fleets are far less productive, efficient, flexible and cost much more than the majority of any other airline's crew.

Look at the financial state of the airlines with crew pay similar to WW/EF rates like Qantas and American Airlines then compare those to the financial state and crew pay of our closest competitors such as Virgin and Emirates for a more accurate picture Bar_Steward.
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Adoglass1
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Emirates Interviews Ireland, Dec 2011 in the Middle East Airlines Forum forum Posted:  17/12/2011 at 01:29
Hey, yeah we were. Got on grand, Its all about you, you'll be doing all the talking, giving details on your past work experiences, about a half dozen questions on times you had an irate customer, time you lied etc. Advice would be, try not seem nervous, and stick to the point of the question, if you ramble, you will be reminded to get back to the question! In a nice way!

My status when I log into the Emirates Careers page as of yesterday is telling me i will be contacted at the earliest, i have read on this that that is a good sign, but have to wait for the call. I will keep you posted. Best of luck on the 20th, let me know how you get on!
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