Friday, July 28, 2017

Qatar Airways hiring in Niš

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Qatar Airways is seeking new Serbian cabin crew members and will hold a recruitment event in Niš, in the country's south-east. An open day will take place on August 5 at the New City Hotel & Restaurant (Vožda Karadjordja 12). Interested applicants are requested to drop off their CVs in formal business attire between 09.00 and 17.00 CEST. Requirements include a minimum age of 21 years, an arm reach of 212 cm on tip toes, high school education with fluency in written and spoken English, as well as excellent health and fitness. Further details for the Niš recruitment can be found here.

12 comments:

  1. They were making such requirements in all countries. They were going to the big cities where they can find suitable people.

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    1. Is it Nis a big city? :)

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    2. what do you think it is? A small city?

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    3. Nis is bigger than Split.

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    4. Actually it isn't

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    5. Actually it is:
      https://hr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Niš
      https://hr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Split

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    6. ma ko te šiša kad nisi iz Niša

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    7. DOH-INI is imminent in my opinion. QR flies to much stranger markets.

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  2. Qatar panicno trazi nove posade obzirom da mnogi napustaju Dohu zbog nesigurne situacije , veliki broj Srba odlazi i prelazi u Dubai. Isto vazi i za pilote.

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    1. Who told you that? Emirates was always the first choice and Qatar the next. It's a standard practice to get experience with Qatar than move to Emirates (if you can't make it there directly). That's valid in a special way for cabin crews: life in Dubai it's way more liberal than in Doha. So majority (but not all) prefers there. No problem for Qatar to find cabin crews. Qatar is making recruitments all around the world. It's happening all the time. Anyway given the current relation Uae_Qatar, Uae is actively allowing transfers for vacant posts.There is already a well established long time existing strong Balkan lobby (with Serbs and Croatians happily mixing together for many years) in the Emirates structure so it's not so difficult to get in.

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