Singapore Airlines Job Application / Salary Range
It was on May, 1947 when a Malayan Airways Limited (MAL) Airspeed Consul took off from Singapore Kallang Airport on the first of three scheduled flights a week to Kuala Lumpur, Ipoh and Penang; this is now the beginning of the Singapore Airlines history. Over the next five years, larger capacity DC-3 aircraft were introduced for faster and more comfortable flights, and the extension of services to destinations in Indonesia, Vietnam, Burma (now Myanmar), North Borneo (Sabah) and Sarawak. More aircraft were added to the fleet in the 1950s and 1960s, the period leading up to the jet age. In 1970s got underway with a bang: on 1971, MSA’s first transcontinental flight took off for London; 1972, MSA split to become two new entities – Singapore Airlines and Malaysian Airline System. · The rest of the years was devoted to growth and consolidation of the newly established Singapore Airlines.
The company is the first to offer audio and video on demand (AVOD) capabilities on KrisWorld in all classes in October 2001; first to operate the world’s longest non-stop commercial flight between Singapore and Los Angeles in February 2004 on the A340-500, and then surpassing the record (in terms of distance) later that year with the non-stop service to New York (Newark), in June 2004.
Job Description/Wage Averages
Administrative Officer: AOs are part of the top 10% of the workforce in Singapore Airlines. You may join the scheme as a Generalist or Specialist. As a Generalist AO, you may be posted to various divisions such as Corporate Planning, Human Resources, Product & Services, Marketing, International Relations, among others. Regardless of where you may be posted, you will be in the thick of the airline industry, working with teams on business projects, analysing, reviewing, planning, innovating and implementing policies. You can look forward to job rotation, which will allow you to experience the diverse functional job areas and the unique business of Singapore Airlines.
Trainee Station Manager: Station Managers manage all aspects of the Airline’s operations at airports overseas, including customer service, baggage and cargo handling, inflight catering, ground safety regulations, and airport emergency plans. Trainee Station Managers undergo a comprehensive nine-month training programme, and upon graduation, are posted as Station Managers in one of our many overseas stations.
Customer Service Officer: As Customer Service Officer in SIA Customer Contact Centre you will be part of the dynamic team that provides 24 by 7 reservations support and member services to our premium customers over the phone. You will be trained in our reservations & customer relationship systems. This will allow you to deliver our service excellence commitment to our customers.
Route Planning Officer: Working with various departments, you will be involved in the planning and maintenance of the flight routes for SIA Group. This job requires regular overflight applications to the countries that our operations overfly, and ensuring approvals are received in a timely manner. The role also involves administrative support on tasks such as fuel bulletin, data extraction/tabulation.
Every position is entitled of benefit package which may differ from another; most commonly, in addition to competitive wages and benefits, there is an annual wage supplement of one month’s basic salary and profit-sharing bonus. You will also be entitled to free travel to any SIA destination once a year and enjoy discounted travel at other times.
How to Apply
You may apply online through https://sia.silkroad.com/epostings/index.cfm?version=6&company_id=16233.
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