The Wizz Air airline company is continuing its massive recruitment campaign in Poland with the aim of employing over 100 flight attendants at its bases in Gdansk, Katowice, Krakow, Warsaw, and Wroclaw, the CFTS portal reports, citing information from the airline company.
Wizz Air is inviting Polish citizens and Ukrainian citizens living in Poland to submit their CVs.
"New cabin crew who join the Wizz Air team can expect competitive salaries, interesting and stable jobs, industry training, and an initial training allowance," the statement said.
According to the statement, the airline will employ Ukrainian citizens with and without work experience.
"We at Wizz Air are constantly developing, so we can offer new jobs, supporting the Polish economy. We strive to grow in all the regions in which we operate and offer new opportunities for those who are looking for work. We currently have more than 100 vacancies for flight attendants. We want to assure candidates that Wizz Air is making every effort to adhere to the principle of inclusiveness during recruitment. By offering new jobs, the airline supports the Polish economy and regional development and increases the links between Polish airports and the remotest corners of Europe and beyond," said Andras Rado, senior cabin-crew recruitment manager at Wizz Air.
Jobs for Ukrainian citizens are available at Wizz Air’s bases in Gdansk, Krakow, Katowice, Warsaw, and Wroclaw.