Wizz Air to Hire Over 100 Flight Attendants in Romania
Hungarian low-cost carrier Wizz Air announced it will organize 21 recruitment sessions in August and September in seven cities in Romania, according to a report by Romaniajournal.ro.
The company wishes to attract both experienced flight attendants and those who haven't worked in the field yet.
Applicants are promised competitive salaries, as well as additional payments made for certain flight sectors, the duration of the flight, and a percentage of in-flight sales.
Wizz Air will also offer its new recruits specialized training, a six-weeks training allowance, a free uniform, unlimited employee discount tickets, a number of free tickets and discounts for friends and family, as well as a work schedule that is planned ahead every month.
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