Cabin crew, pilots, engineers: Emirates is recruiting, including in France

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Air hostesses and stewards, pilots including for the Airbus A380, engineers… Emirates airline is launching a vast recruitment campaign “in view of its next phase of growth”,

Despite difficult conditions in the global employment market, the Emirates Group closed its financial year on March 31, 2023 with over 102,000 employees ; 17,160 people joined the company in various functions throughout the year. It is now looking for “the best talents from all over the world” to fill 180 key positions. The Emirati group based at the airport of Dubai seeks to recruit flight attendants, pilots, engineers, IT specialists and reservations agents from both Emirates and dnata.

In FranceEmirates is organizing open days across the country throughout the month of July to recruit flight attendants. Aspiring flight attendants (cabin crew) can view the calendar of recruitment events, view benefits and eligibility criteria, and apply at this link.

  • In Lyon, July 12 at the Holiday Inn Lyon-Vaise
  • In Nice, July 17, at the Novotel du Vieux Nice
  • In Bordeaux, July 19, at the Hilton Garden Inn
  • In Toulouse, July 23 at the Plaza Capitole hotel
  • In Paris, July 24 at the Novotel Center Tour Eiffel hotel
  • In Marseille, July 25 at the Radisson Blu du Vieux Port
  • In Montpellier, July 26 at the Novotel hotel

“The recruitment process is carefully designed to be completed in one day, and candidates are contacted within 48 hours of assessment,” its statement said.

Coast pilots, Emirates is hosting a series of open days in August to recruit pilots in the UK and Ireland (in Dublin, Manchester, London Gatwick and London Stansted), following the success of these events in Budapest, Madrid and Lisbon in June. An online information session is scheduled for July 19 at 1 p.m. Dubai time and 11 a.m. France time. Emirates pilots “lead one of the youngest and most sophisticated fleets in the world, with 260 wide-body aircraft comprising Airbus A380s and Boeing 777s, to six continents, 150 destinations and in all terrains, including the North Pole. Since 2022, the company has welcomed more than 900 new pilots through its three recruitment programs – Direct Entry Captains, Accelerated Command and First Officers.

  • Direct Entry Captain A380 : intended for captains with recent experience on Airbus large aircraft with fly-by-wire controls such as the A330, A340, A350 and A380.
  • Accelerated Command : for experienced Airbus captains, who currently command narrow-body aircraft on regional routes.
  • First Officer : for pilots with experience of multi-engine and multi-crew aircraft, and possessing a valid airline transport pilot license (ATPL).

For more information on benefits, eligibility criteria and to register for the online information session, click here.

The Emirates Group has built a solid reputation as an employer of choice in the aviation sector. New hires aspire to participate in the growth and ambitions of the group, as well as to work and live in Dubai, one of the safest, most cosmopolitan and dynamic cities in the world. said Oliver Grohmann, Senior Vice President of Human Resources, Emirates Group, in a statement. ” In the past financial year, we received approximately 2.7 million applications worldwide for vacancies across the group. We use the latest technologies, such as digital assessments, artificial intelligence and other best-in-class recruitment systems to screen, select and respond to candidates in the most efficient way possible. Our goal is to recruit the best talent, the brightest minds and those most suited to the various roles that will support and drive our future growth. “.

Emirates Engineering plans open days in Australia, Canada, Brazil, South Africa and the UK in July and August. With 260 wide-bodied aircraft in its fleet — the largest aviation modernization program underway — and the upcoming arrival of the A350 and 777X, Emirates is looking for 75 structural technicians as well as more than 400 aircraft maintenance engineering positions. aircraft and in engineering support functions. To learn more about engineering positions, admission requirements and the application process, click here.

The group also aims to recruit more than 400 computer professionals for a range of roles in software engineering, DevOps, hybrid cloud, agile delivery, technical product management, digital workspace, cybersecurity, IT architecture, innovation and service management. The group’s IT team works on projects across B2C, B2B, support functions and operations for over 40 brands and companies in Dubai and globally. The team works with advanced tools, technologies, and models, including cloud services, robotics, DevOps, biometrics, native web and mobile development, and cutting-edge programming languages. To learn more about the various IT functions available, admission requirements and the registration process, click here.

For those who dream of working in aviation, interacting with personalities from all over the world and integrating an emblematic company and a professional team, reservations and customer service desks of the Emirates Group “represent an excellent opportunity”. The group is looking for exceptional people who will benefit from in-depth training before joining Emirates Airport Services, dnata, marhaba or call centres. People in customer service roles can work full-time or part-time and have the flexibility to balance their personal and professional lives. To learn more about customer service positions, click here.

The Emirates Group is also recruiting for several other positions within the company, notably at dnata, Emirates Sky Cargo and in the airport services. Individuals interested in joining the Emirates Group are encouraged to check regularly for the latest vacancies and updates.

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