27 Apr 2014 17:30
Etihad Airways, the national airline of the United Arab Emirates (UAE), is hiring talented individuals for its dynamic commercial and operations divisions, to support its new Dallas route.
The airline is seeking sales and airport operations
staff for its Dallas operation, one of nine new destinations announced by the
airline for 2014.
Etihad Airways will hold a job fair on Tuesday, 29
April at the Chamber of Commerce in Dallas for prospective team members. There
will be two briefing sessions, starting at 10am and 4pm.
The job fair will offer applicants the opportunity
to meet Etihad Airways’ recruitment specialists who will provide comprehensive
information about the available vacancies within the airline’s commercial and
Etihad Airways’ Chief
People and Performance Officer, Ray Gammell, said: “The United
States is a key market for Etihad Airways and we are delighted to hold a
recruitment fair in Dallas to support our rapid and dynamic expansion both
globally and within the US.
“We hope this event will attract highly
motivated professionals who are driven to inspire our guests and are passionate
to deliver best practice.
Airways is the fastest growing network carrier in aviation history. Since our
launch, only ten years ago, we have grown into a multicultural airline with more
than 18,000 people representing over 140 nationalities.”
More than 200 US nationals currently
work for Etihad Airways, including 135 core staff, 68 pilots and 28 cabin crew.
Etihad Airways is looking for experienced sales and
operations candidates from all industries who hold a valid permit to live and
work in the US.
People interested in attending the job fair must
bring a copy of their CV and should register in advance by visiting www.etihad.com/careers/.
Successful candidates will be offered a
competitive employment package, in addition to great travel benefits and
significant opportunities for career growth.
Etihad Airways currently flies to Chicago, New York
and Washington, DC. Direct flights from Abu Dhabi to Los Angeles and Dallas
Fort Worth will start later in 2014.