Jet Airways launches new live career portal to recruit employees

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Jet Airways launches new live career portal to recruit employees
Aviation regulator DGCA had on May 20 granted Jet Airways a revalidated Air Operator Certificate (AOC), allowing the airline to resume commercial flight operations.

The airline company in India, Jet Airways has announced the launch of its new live career portal to recruit employees.

Jet Airways CEO Sanjiv Kapoor said on Twitter, “Jet Airways now has a live careers portal where positions are listed and applications can be directly submitted. Check out http://bit.ly/JetCareers.”

“Vacancies are being added to the portal as we speak. Note that postings for pilots, ground/airport staff, engineering staff, and various other roles have been posted over the last few weeks on Twitter, LinkedIn, and other platforms from the official Jet Airways handles”, Sanjiv Kapoor further added.

Sanjiv Kapoor further posted from the official Twitter handle of the airline in which the company invited crew members to send in their applications to join the airline.

“If you are current cabin crew on A320/B737 or any other aircraft type and would like to join the team creating history, we would love to hear from you”, he also shared an opening with the organization.

Aviation regulator DGCA had on May 20 granted Jet Airways a revalidated Air Operator Certificate (AOC), allowing the airline to resume commercial flight operations.

The airline in its previous avatar was owned by Naresh Goyal and is now owned by Dubai- based Indian origin businessman Murari Lal Jalan and UK-based Kalrock Capital Management Ltd who have together pledged to pump as much as $120 million into the company.

The jet airline is an Indian international airline based in Delhi NCR, with a training and development centre in Mumbai. It was one of the largest airlines in India, with a 21.2% passenger market share in February 2016.

Jet Airways had shut down due to financial distress. A consortium of lenders led by India’s premier public-owned bank, State Bank of India June 2019 filed an insolvency petition to recover over Rs. 8,000 crores worth of dues from the company.

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