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Published on: 11 Aug 2016 by ruchigupta
So you've landed your first interview to
become a flight attendant. It's your dream job, and you're really
excited. But how do you get the best chance of getting the job? Well, finding
out as much as you can about the airline is the first thing you need to do.Let's take a closer look at three
steps which you need to follow if you really want to shine at your interview:
You will be surprised at the
number of candidates who assume that they can just get through the assessment
by 'winging it.' This is a very casual approach though and is not going to get
you any points with recruiters.
Even though airlines prefer
employing individuals who are capable of coping with any unexpected situation,
when it comes to the job interview, they are interested in knowing how much you
know about them and what you can offer them as an individual.
The first place to find out about
an airline is on the internet of course. Visit their website and see what you
can find. They should list all the routes they cover, any orders for new
aircraft's, partnerships, etc. which you should note down. You could also consider
setting up a Google alert for the airline, so you're always updated on what's
Some might think that there are a
few set things which you need to do or say in order to get the job. While it is
important for you to do or say these things, it is also very important for you
to be yourself. Sometimes, people try too hard to impress others, and this ends
up doing more harm than good.
You should focus on your answers
and promote your experience and skills instead. Look closely at the work you've
done earlier and list the skills that you've used to help the people around
you. Show them how you could be an asset to their team.
If you want to be given the opportunity to be
a flight attendant, you will need to demonstrate various skills and also be ready to give
examples of how these skills have helped you in the past. Most airlines are
interested in finding out how competent you are above everything else, and they
may even ask you to explain some of the examples you cite in detail.
There is no easier way to be
prepared for this than the STAR formula:
S - The situation. Where it happened.
T - The task. The skills you used.
A - The action. What did you do to make a difference?
R - The result. The final result of the actions you took.
This is a tried and tested format
which you should stick to. Also, don't forget to be yourself.These tips will greatly increase
your chances of getting the job you've always dreamed of. So what are you
waiting for? Start preparing yourself for the interview right away.