I have been working at easyJet full-time
opportunities to travel. you have the chance to work with different people and every day is different. company seem to care about you. great training provided.
only short haul.
not many overnight stays in hotels.
pilots seem interested in having affairs.
Advice to Management
more thorough screening process.
I applied online. The process took 5 days. I interviewed at easyJet (West Berlin, NJ) in July 2018.
The whole assessment day was so much fun!
I applied for the job as a cabin crew member in Berlin. First you need to make an online assessment with some tasks where you will quickly notice that they test you for customer satisfaction and your intelligence.
After passing you get an invitation to the assessment center. Mine was in Berlin City west in the holiday inn. Arrived unluckily 20 minutes later but they said "don't worry, everything is fine, just queue up" as there were many applicants. So don't mind if you are not on time. In the end this didn't affect my application, they are really friendly (which doesn't mean you should come late notoriously! )
We were 6 applicants at the table and made 3 group tasks. First was matching clues to names, was called "lost luggage"
Then you had some scenarios like the 6th birthday, a new coffee brand should be announced or a person in the wheelchair and you were pleased to decide whether to handle these things in takeoff, mid flight or approach.
Last task was to create an in flight magazine regarding budget points and a maximum of pages.
All tasks had one in common: they test your team work skills really carefully.
So my advice: don't be bossy, all who had such a behavior went home after the lunch break.. Interact with the others, speak to them, do NOT ignore anyone on the table and have an eye on the given time.
The assessors will see every action you do!
After the first group task we had a company presentation by on of the cabin managers (there are only cabin managers in fact, they don't have extra personnel for gaining new stuff and so on. Just "normal" cabin managers do that. Which is really good in the end.)
After all group tasks a lot of people were sent home, I guess 25/60 or more.
All the others get an Interview and before that they give you a deep presentation about salary, annual leave, roster, training courses etc (felt like the contract would be on the table in front of you)
Well and then you have the interview.