Despite the ongoing economic downturn, low-fare leader Cebu Pacific (CEB),
the Philippines’ largest carrier to ASEAN, is in urgent need of 250 female
flight attendants to augment its current workforce.
“Our continued domestic and international expansion and rapidly growing
passenger base require us to hire and train more cabin attendants. They have to
exemplify Cebu Pacific’s fun, reliable, and high-quality service,” CEB vice
president for marketing and distribution Candice Iyog said.
Interested female applicants between 18 and 25 years old with good eyesight,
a pleasing personality and at least a height of 5’3” and weight proportional to
height may apply at the CEB Training and Development Center located at Domestic
Road, Pasay City.
Applicants must at least have completed second year college, should be fluent
in English and Filipino and willing to be based in Manila, Clark (Pampanga),
Cebu and Davao.
CEB requires applicants to submit their resume with a 2x2 ID photo and
credentials; and to undergo a series of interview, training, and practical
Screening of applicants is scheduled from 9:00am to 4:00pm on May 20 and 27
for Manila, May 21 in Tuscany Room of Hotel Veniz in Baguio City, and June 3,
10, 17 & 24, 2009 in Manila. CEB applicants must be in business attire, with
full make-up, and hair neatly tied.
Iyog concluded, “We encourage young graduates to apply in CEB. We are a
young, fun, and service-oriented firm committed to providing high-quality
service Filipino travelers across Asia and the Philippines.”
CEB, the country’s leading domestic airline, has a fleet of 10 A319 and 11
A320 Airbus aircraft and eight turbo-prop ATR 72 aircraft. It expects to take
delivery of two more ATR aircraft this year allowing it to open more