To ensure you’re eligible for the role there is one physical challenge you have to pass
easyJet are currently recruiting for new cabin crew members right here in Belfast.
The budget airline are currently expanding having announced they’re creating 1,200 new cabin crew roles, their largest intake in its 21-year history.
With more than 250 aircraft flying to over 860 routes in almost 40 countries every day, Easyjet are the fourth largest airline in Europe, and the tenth largest in the world.
As a team of four on-board, you’ll work together to deliver a quality service and look after the safety and security of passengers and colleagues, making sure that everything is done to easyJet’s standards.
So if you’re interested in being a cabin crew member for easyJet, here’s exactly what they’re looking for.
Requirements of the role
- Aged 18 or over
- Height 5’2” (157.5 cm) to 6’3” (190cm) without shoes, with weight in proportion to height
- Fit and able to pass a medical assessment
- Fluent in English, both spoken and written (if applying for one of our non-UK bases, you’ll also be fluent in the language of that particular country)
- Able to swim 25m without any assistance, and tread water for at least a minute
- Able to live and work in the UK without restriction
- Must hold a European passport that allows you to travel freely to all our destinations without restriction
- Live within 90 minutes of your chosen base and be prepared to make this journey every day, at any time of the day
- Confident in a customer-facing role, with previous experience of working with customers
- Have no visible tattoos or body piercing that can’t be covered discreetly
- Have a good standard of education and a verifiable five-year activity history
EasyJet are encouraging applicants to seriously consider what the role entails before applying.
A spokesman said: “Becoming a new cabin crew member might involve a drastic lifestyle change, which brings with some challenges as well as considerable benefits.
“Cabin crew often work long unsociable hours, including on weekends, and especially during the busy summer months.
“They are rostered on ‘standby’ and ‘airport standby’ duties, so may also be called to cover sickness, delays or extra flights.
“If you haven’t done so already, you may want to complete our ‘Try before you fly’ quiz to see if the role is really for you.
“It’s essential that you have a valid email address and internet connection so you can receive your monthly roster and associated changes electronically.
“To obtain an aircrew ID, you’ll also need to supply us with a valid Criminal Record Check (CRC) and be able to remember your last five years’ activity for references to be requested.”
To apply for the Belfast Cabin Crew roles with easyJet, click here.