8 FEBRUARY 2016

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Article from BTNews 8 FEBRUARY 2016

Cabin crew required

Crewlink, an official training and recruitment partner for Ryanair, is seeking new cabin staff at recruitment days in the UK during February.  Successful candidates will have the opportunity to be based at various airports across Europe including UK bases.

For the positions no previous cabin crew experience is required, but applicants must be over 18 years of age to apply and it helps if you are hard-working, flexible, outgoing and have a lively personality.  Experience dealing with the public and ability to provide excellent customer service is a priority.

Crewlink has recruited for the airline industry for more than a decade.  It has designed a unique ‘5 Stages Qualification to Graduation’ process to provide cabin crew candidates with an enjoyable, highly specific training course over a six-week period and earn their wings to fly on board Ryanair aircraft.
 
Crewlink is holding enrolment days in London on 9 and 27 February and Manchester 25 February.   www.crewlink.ie

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