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Aer Lingus launches Cabin Crew recruitment drive

Posted 8 December 2023

Aer Lingus has launched a new recruitment drive aimed at hiring 14 Cabin Crew based in Manchester, in partnership with Nobox recruitment.

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These exciting job opportunities are designed to attract a diverse group of people, reflecting Aer Lingus’s commitment to expanding and diversifying its workforce in its Manchester operation.

An assessment day will take place at The Sky People Academy in Manchester on 10th January to ascertain suitability for the role which will be followed by a virtual interview. Successful candidates will then undergo a comprehensive Cabin Crew training programme at the Sky People Training Academy beginning in March 2024. The training programme will cover all aspects of the role, including safety procedures, customer service and emergency situations.

The comprehensive programme provides candidates with training for both short-haul routes operated by Airbus A320 aircraft and long-haul flights with training on Airbus A321neos, one of the most sustainable aircraft crossing the Atlantic.

Successful candidates will undertake a wide range of theoretical and practical components, health and safety procedures and customer-experience training. Aer Lingus provides career progression for its Cabin Crew, with ongoing training, mentoring and development opportunities within Inflight Services.

Many Cabin Crew make long term careers at the Irish flag carrier and progress to a wide range of other roles within the Operations Department.

Eligible applicants must be 18 years of age or over, able to live and work in the United Kingdom, have fluent spoken and written English, hold a valid hold a valid UK/ EU passport allowing for unrestricted worldwide travel, have the ability to obtain a US visa and have at least 12 months combinedexperience in a customer service/sales role.

Applications close at 16:00 GMT on Friday 15th December. Candidates can apply by visiting:

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