The Philippines’ leading airline, Cebu Pacific Air (PSE:CEB) aims to fill over 100 cabin crew vacancies with a nine-city recruitment fair in the coming weeks.
This recruitment will support the expansion plans of CEB and Cebgo, its wholly owned subsidiary. This year alone, CEB is scheduled to launch direct Manila-Doha flights, and take delivery of two more Airbus A320 aircraft.
The recruitment fairs are scheduled on the following dates and locations: May 30 in Boracay (Patio Pacific Boracay) and Davao (The Royal Mandaya Hotel), June 6 in Iloilo (Sarabia Manor Hotel) and Zamboanga (Garden Orchid Hotel), June 13 in Dumaguete (La ResidenciaAlmar Hotel) and General Santos (Roadhaus Hotel), and June 20 in Legazpi (Pepperland Hotel) and Bacolod (Sugarland Hotel).
CEB will also hold a recruitment fair in Manila (Cebu Pacific Building, Domestic Airport Road). Female cabin crew applicants can come on June 27, while male cabin crew applicants can come on July 4.
The airline will process the applications on the same day, between 9am to 3pm. Acceptance of updated curriculum vitae will be until 1pm only.
“We will be going to key cities all over the Philippines, in search of fun and dynamic individuals who can be part of the Cebu Pacific family. As we expand in Asia, the Pacific and the Middle East, we look forward to providing more career opportunities to everyJuan,” said CEB VP for Marketing and Distribution Candice Iyog.
“Aside from unlimited travel benefits, competitive compensation packages, annual performance bonuses and a fun working environment, our employees also enjoy career opportunities that keep them close to their families. We encourage everyone to join us in providing high-quality service all over the world,” Iyog added.
Requirements for being a CEB cabin crew include an age between 18 and 25 years old, a dynamic personality, height of at least 5’3” for female and 5’7” for male, weight that is proportional to height, clear complexion and good eyesight, among others. Responsibilities include guaranteeing the safety of guests on board the aircraft, and ensuring that guests have a fun and pleasant flying experience.