Ok, so i have done the panel interview and attended the meet and greet on monday and was just wondering if anyone else is in my boat and have had further contact or have heard their references contacted??
Hope your all well and good luck to everyone whatever stage you are all up to :-)
I made it all the way through to the Candidate event last monday, I'm now at the stage where they check my references. I was wondering if you might know what the chances are to be successful from this stage? I understand they can say no whenever they want.
Just thought you might know since you work for QCCA!
P.S: Just to let you know they no longer do the roll play in the recruitment process.
Yes, I have noticed their has been a change in their recruitment process. Candidate event's are a new addition to their process, these were not part of the 2008 recruitment process.
In answer to your question..you have done very well to get this far and should be happy with yourself. It's impossible to say, your chances are 50/50. I know that's not any help but if they wish to progress your application further, your references will be checked and you will be invited to a medical. (as I'm sure your aware) From there, your application is presented to a panel and they will have the final say. I have heard of people completing medical checks and and being knocked out after the assessment of their application.... so you just never never know.
I understand this time is horrible, so I hope for your sake you find out either way very soon.
I was there as well on monday for the Candidate event, and iv also heard nothing! CODY24 has but he works for the qantas group, I'm assuming they will try and look after their own before they checks external applicants references. ( I hope anyway)
They did say that it could take 3-4 week to contact us and it's only been a week, so fingers crossed it doesn't take that long.
Which recruitment day did you attend? I was at the Friday interviews.
First of all - good luck to everyone who have had/waiting on interview days!
I have just been invited to the panel interview and have just a question- 1. Are Qantas strict with age? I am 20 and already fly.. but seem to notice most Qantas crew seem to be more mature/experienced crew.
Also - If anyone has any other advice which may help me.. will be very thankful!
Hey i was there on the meet and greet monday night and have not been contacted either, some people have been asked through to the medical stage and i heard from someone else that it is done alphbetically... Who knows.. Like you said they did say 4 weeks and it has only been a week. Good luck
hello everyone I am chinese and came to Australia in 2006,cc is my dream job,but my English is very limited,so i need to learn english first.but whatever,i will not give up my dream,every day,i stay at home to learn english,and i give 3years to myself,after 3years,if i can't get a job as a cabin crew,may be i will change .but now,i will try my best even i know i am poor of english.hope every one can get a job as a cc.
Just a quick Q: To everyone who attended the interviews today, did they say how many people they wanted to hire? Did they give you a number they wanted? At my interviews 2 weeks ago they said they were after 48 people? Did they tell you the same number?
This is from the FAAA today it might give you a bit of an idea of numbers. Bid Period 273 commences 27 September, 2010.
REDEPLOYMENT AND RECRUITMENT OF QCCA TO A380 (QAL and QCCA)
With the current planned arrival of another 4 x A380 by March 2011, there will be additional requirements for crew to operate on the A380. The Company has advised that by BP273 all QCCA crew in the BFA and FA categories in both Melbourne and Sydney will be transferred to the A380 to meet this crewing requirement. Furthermore, there have been a number of QCCA crew accepting opportunities with QCCUK and QCCD. Therefore, there will be recruitment of up to 3 classes of QCCA crew to back fill these transfers. It is envisaged these new recruits will eventually be transferred to the A380 by BP273.