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Welcome onboard

You’ll be working with a friendly team who create memories for our all important customers. You’ll play your part in customer and cabin safety, while delivering amazing customer service and onboard sales. And, as we’re an award-winning airline and tour operator, you’ll find there are plenty of opportunities for growth and development with us. Take to the skies and spread your wings!

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Cabin Crew - Stansted

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Training

At Jet2.com, safety is so important. We provide industry-leading training so you’re equipped to react quickly and efficiently to any situation. Our four-week course gives you the skills required to make sure our customers, colleagues and planes stay safe. We also develop your existing skills so you can provide customers with our award-winning service. There are no upfront fees for our Cabin Crew training courses. Places are limited so we recommend securing your place on a course as soon as you receive your offer.


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Rewards

We value your hard work which is why we offer our Cabin Crew performance-based rewards on top of our company-wide benefits.


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Our locations

Our UK bases are Leeds Bradford, Manchester, Glasgow, Newcastle, Edinburgh, East Midlands, Birmingham, London Stansted, Liverpool, Bristol and Belfast.


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Early starts

Being on standby

75 mins travel to the airport

Safety and Security

Friendly

Thinking on your feet

Sales through Service

Cleaning

Energy

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Take a look at a day in the life of our Cabin Crew colleagues and find out more about the role here.


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Early starts

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Being Cabin Crew is not a normal 9-5 role and will require you to frequently be at work as early as 4 or 5am, any day of the week, for our first flights of the day.

You need to make sure you would be able to get safely to the airport on time for your duties and ready to deliver our famous customer service no matter the time of day!

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Being on standby

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As part of the Cabin Crew role you will be rostered Standby duties. We have two different types of standby duties: Home Standby and at the Airport.

When on Home Standby you would be required to be contactable between allotted times in case we need you to operate a flight at short notice. We will give you two hours’ notice when you are needed from receiving the call to you being at the airport, so it’s important you don’t plan any appointments during these times in case you’re needed.

For at the Airport standby duties, you would be at the Airport in uniform ready to step in should you be needed to operate a flight.

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75 mins travel to the airport

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All Cabin Crew are required to live within a maximum travel time of 75 minutes from their home to their allocated Airport. If your commute would take longer than 75 minutes you would need to relocate closer to your allocated airport.

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Safety and Security

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Safety and Security are huge parts of the Cabin Crew role. If successful you will need to provide 5 years employment reference history, along with Criminal Record Checks from any countries you have lived in for longer than 6 months in the last 2 years and go through a full vetting process to allow you to work safely at the airport. You will be responsible for the safety and security of not only our customers, but your fellow colleagues onboard every flight. A large part of your training will prepare you for all the different situations which can arise onboard from First Aid to Dangerous Goods. Being comfortable and confident to handle serious situations is a key part of the Cabin Crew role.

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Friendly

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At Jet2.com we are famous for the friendly customer service our Cabin Crew provide onboard and it would be your responsibility to make sure you are delivering this to our customers, no matter the situation and time of day. Our customers all have different needs, from nervous flyers to couples jetting away on their honeymoon or families taking their first holiday abroad – our Cabin Crew are there to make the flight extra special for each and every customer.

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Thinking on your feet

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As Cabin Crew you will be faced with a variety of situations onboard and at 30,000ft you will need to be the ambulance, police and fire service for our customers. Having the ability to stay calm and think on your feet is essential when faced with a medical emergency, fire or even an emergency landing. Full training is provided to help you face all these situations but you will need to be confident to take ownership of these for our customers.

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Sales through Service

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Our Cabin Crew promote and sell our fantastic in-flight service, along with our Duty Free products. You will need to be comfortable and confident in sales as this is a key part of the role, in return for your hard work you will receive our industry leading commission scheme and be eligible for fantastic prizes.

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Cleaning

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Getting your hands dirty is part of the Cabin Crew role and we need people who are ready to get stuck in to keep our cabin pristine. Regular trips through the cabin collecting our customers rubbish is part of the role, along with a full cabin clean when we arrive in destination before our returning customers board their flight home.

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Energy

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Working at 30,000ft can take it’s toll on your energy levels, so it’s really important if you take on the Cabin Crew role you keep yourself fit and healthy. You will frequently work 12 hour days, with you either getting up or getting home at 3am, so your body clock will be a bit confused. Eating right and taking regular exercise will really help to keep you energised for the role and feeling as good at the end of your day as you did at the start.

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Application process

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Apply online and answer questions on role essential information

Takes upto 10 minutes to complete

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Take our online assessment

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Assessment Day

A full day consisting of individual and group exercises’

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Offer of Training

Book your place on our 4 week dedicated training course

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Pre-Employment checks

Start the vetting process to obtain your Airside Pass

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Pass training and start flying!

Get your wings and take off in your new career!

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