Qatar Airways set for Kampala recruitment drive

QATAR AIRWAYS SEEKS TO RECRUIT CABIN CREW IN KAMPALA

(Posted 12th April 2014)

Qatar Airways has announced that they will be holding a recruitment exercise for cabin crew on the 19th of April in Kampala.

Applicants need to be at least 21 years old, have to be absolutely fluent in English, must have completed their secondary school education and require to have an ‘arm reach’ of 212 centimetres.

Interviews will be conducted at the Kampala Serena Hotel on Saturday the 19th of April from 09.00 hrs to 17.00 hrs and applicants must bring with them a full CV, passport sized photographs and educational qualification documents. A ‘formal’ attire is required to be worn by applicants, so – as a hint from this correspondent to help a little in preparing for the interview – arriving in jeans and t-shirts and wearing trainers or flip flops will immediately end the prospects to be seen in the first place. Suit and tie for men and a formal business dress for ladies – not to be mistaken with traditional wear – is strongly recommended in order to make a positive impression. It is also recommended that mobile phones be switched off completely when entering the interview room.

Those applicants who are shortlisted by the company will be invited back for a second interview the following day.

This recruitment is part of the undertaking given by Qatar Airways at the time when they commenced daily flights from Doha to Entebbe, that young Ugandan’s will have employment opportunities with the airline which is based in Doha, Qatar’s capital city. Those selected will be living in Doha where they can expect to be accommodated by the airline and earn an attractive tax free salary package.

With a fast growing destination network and a fast growing fleet, Qatar Airways is one of the Gulf giant airlines flying passengers from Africa via Doha to the rest of the world. For more information on the airline click on www.qatarairways.com. Best of luck to all those who come well prepared!

17 Comments

  1. It as been a great opportunity,……….i went for an interview but still waiting for a mail. Oh GOD help me.

  2. thanks for the opportunity given to me that even i turned up for the interviews and looking expectantly for yo reply.

  3. Thank you, Prof. Dr. Wolfgang H. Thome for sharing this really important piece of information with us. I as always looking for such a position. I really appreciate the way you have explained everything in detail. This post was very useful to me so I sincerely thank you for all your efforts.

  4. l missed this opportunity am getting done with campus this may l hope l get next recruiting

  5. I wud love so mch to be part of this fastest growing airline and that is my dream to work fo qatar airline

  6. Am graduate with a bachelor’s in Agribusiness, but I would really love to work with this a ward winning Boeing company (Q.A)…….

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