Emirates is still looking to fill many positions in all aeronautical professions

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While 17,160 people have joined the Dubai company throughout the year, it will notably organize numerous open days in France, Great Britain and Ireland and in the rest of the world in July and August.

As it closed its 2022-2023 financial year with a workforce of more than 102,000 employees and 17,160 people, Emirates, in view of its next phase of growth, is still engaged in an extensive recruitment campaign which will continue. during the summer months.

Sessions in France for cabin crew

To recruit flight attendants, Emirates will organize numerous open days and recruitment events around the world, including France. The Dubai company will organize open days in Lyon (July 12, at the Holiday Inn Lyon-Vaise), Nice (July 17, at the Novotel du Vieux Nice), Bordeaux (July 19, at the Hilton Garden Inn), Toulouse (July 23, at the Plaza Capitole hotel), Paris (July 24, at the Novotel Center Tour Eiffel hotel), Marseille (July 25, at the Radisson Blu du Vieux Port), Montpellier (the July 26, at the Novotel hotel).

900 pilots recruited since 2022

In August, Emirates a series of open days to recruit pilots in the United Kingdom and Ireland (in Dublin, Manchester, London-Gatwick and London-Stansted), following the success of its 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. Since 2022, Emirates has welcomed more than 900 new pilots through its three recruitment programs: “Direct Entry Captains” (aimed at captains with recent experience on large aircraft with electric flight controls such as the A330, A340s, A350s and A380s), “Accelerated Command” (for experienced Airbus captains who currently command narrow-body aircraft on regional routes), “First Officer” (for pilots with experience in multi-engine, multi-crew aircraft, and possessing a valid “APTL” airline transport pilot licence).

400 vacancies in aircraft maintenance

For engineers, Emirates Engineering is planning open days in Australia, Canada, Brazil, South Africa and the UK in July and August. With 260 wide-body aircraft in its fleet, the largest aviation modernization program underway, and the upcoming arrival of A350s and Boeing 777 Xs, Emirates is looking for 75 structural technicians as well as more than 400 engineering positions aircraft maintenance and engineering support functions.

The group also aims to recruit more than 400 IT 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.

For its customer service, the group is looking for people who will benefit from in-depth training, before joining Emirates Airport Services, dnata, marhaba or the 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.

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