Gulf Air, the flag carrier of the Kingdom of Bahrain and the airline with the biggest network in the Middle East is also a people organisation. Our Focus is on building up an effective pool of human resources tuned to the airline business. Our Objective is to create one of the best working environments amongst the major companies in the Middle East and become an employer of choice. Our Strategy is to train and equip our staff with management, leadership and other essential skills so that they can contribute effectively to the success of the company and enjoy a long-term developing career.
The following details will assist you in completing the online application form and understanding our recruitment process. The information provided is for our general recruitment process. Certain recruitment areas such as Direct Entry Pilots, Flight Attendants, Sky Chefs, and the National Programme, have additional information concerning their specific selection process. Therefore, we have a dedicated section for each of these areas to include the supplementary information.
Take a look at the vacancies listed on our Careers website.
Choose the position that matches your qualifications and experience.
Read the selected position requirements carefully.
When you decide on the position click on APPLY
Choose a user name and a password. Make sure you save your password somewhere safe in case you can’t remember it when you want to log onto the site again.
Complete the online application form with your personal details. Make sure you give a valid address and contact number.
Be precise with your qualifications and experience.
Attach your Curriculum Vitae (CV). Make sure it is understandable, well organised and up to date.
Make sure you make a note of the title of the position you’ve applied for.
If you want to amend or update your CV you can do so by logging onto the Careers website using your user name and password.
If you are shortlisted for a position, you will be contacted by a member of the Recruitment Team to attend an interview. You will be informed by email or telephone of the time and location and what to expect on the day of the interview.
Preparing for your interview
If you have been scheduled and confirmed to attend an interview, make sure you prepare yourself well for the day. The following tips could be helpful:
Have a comprehensive idea about the position you will be interviewed for.
Anticipate the kind of questions that could be asked on that day and prepare sufficient and reasonable answers.
Visit our web homepage (www.gulfair.com), to get more information about Gulf Air.
Review your CV.
If you are selected, you will be contacted by the Recruitment Team and provided with your offer. If you accept, you will be given advice regarding the recruitment formalities that need to occur prior to employment.
If you are unsuccessful, you will receive a regret letter from the Recruitment Team. Your CV will remain in our database for up to six months and you may be considered for another vacant position if your qualifications and experience meet the criteria of the vacancy. You may also apply for other positions at any time.
After completing the recruitment formalities, you will be contacted by the Recruitment Team regarding your start date. Upon joining you will be taken through the induction process by a member of the HR Team.
With a legacy of more than 55 years, Gulf Air is committed to recruiting the best possible staff while offering nationals of the Kingdom of Bahrain the opportunity to work with one of the region's most experienced airlines.
A crucial part of the human resources function at Gulf Air is the implementation of programmes that will accelerate the employment and career progress of nationals of the Kingdom of Bahrain. It is our aim to be the employer of choice for the broad base of diversely skilled and educated young people in Bahrain. Gulf Air is committed to providing a nurturing and supportive environment in which these individuals are recruited, trained and empowered to take up positions of leadership in the airline while fulfilling their personal aspirations.
The Graduate Entry Management (GEM), Cadet and Ab-Initio Pilot programmes, Apprentice Engineer and Summer Training/Internship programmes have been developed to fulfill this commitment.
These programmes aim to create meaningful and rewarding employment for qualified nationals in accordance with the nationalisation policy, and are designed to allow young people to gain exposure to the diverse disciplines within the airline, while simultaneously ensuring that qualified and competent individuals are inducted into Gulf Air at the grass-roots level to be developed to a high quality management
The programme covers type rating training for Bahraini nationals who already have a Pilot's licence. When the course is complete the Pilots enter employment as Second Officers.
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