Ready to start a great career in the air or on the ground? This is where you can search and apply for our current Hong Kong-based job vacancies.
If you are interested in a role that is based at one of overseas offices outside Hong Kong, please check for job openings via the local recruitment channels.
While many of our roles require specific skills and levels of experience, there area few common skills, attitudesand behaviours that every person who joins us is required to demonstrate.
First and foremost, we look for an enthusiasm for applying your professional skill set and can-do spirit to our dynamic airline environment. As our departments collaborate closely to deliver a world-class service, strong communication skills, an unwavering customer service focus, and a respect for the contributions of other team members, are equally important. A passion for aviation and travel is a definite advantage.
If you are short-listed for an office-based role, you may be invited to participate in a two-stage selection process involving a preliminary and second stage interview.
Interviews - During the preliminary interview, you can expect to be asked both behavioural and biographical questions. Behavioural questions require you to speak about how you have previously performed in specific workplace situations, and what the end result was. Biographical questions require you to discuss your CV and employment history, outlining your achievements and career path.
If you are invited to a second stage interview, there may be a chance that you will be asked to present ideas around a pre-set topic and to complete aptitude tests that assess relevant skills such as verbal and numerical reasoning.
Assessment Centres - Depending on the role you have applied for, you may be asked to attend an assessment centre so that we are able to better measure your competencies in specific areas. This process is particularly common for entry into trainee or internship programmes.
Each assessment centre is customised for specific roles so that we can accurately assess your relevant competencies. Examples of assessment exercises include group discussions, fact-finding exercises, role-plays, aptitude tests, psychometric tests, and presentations. Assessment centres may take up to a full day, although a half-day is most common.