Ethiopian Airlines Vacancy

Ethiopian Airlines Vacancy

Ethiopian Airlines Vacancy

Ethiopian Airlines Group is pleased to announce a new open position as a French or Arabic Language Speaking Customer Service Associate. We recommend that you carefully read the job description before beginning the application process. Highlight your skills, motivation, and experience in your letter of interest. Ethiopian Airlines Group invites qualified candidates to apply for the following open positions. Anyone who is interested and qualified can apply before the deadline.

Customer Service Associate who speaks French or Arabic

Ethiopian Airlines Headquarters are located in the Ethiopian Airport Enterprise Building (Recruitment Office).

Dates for registration: August 2, 2023 – August 8, 2023

The deadline is August 8, 2023.

ABOUT THE JOB: Customer Service Associate who speaks French or Arabic.


Completion of the Ethiopian University Entrance Exam and fluency in speaking French or Arabic are required.

A minimum of a College Diploma/10+3/Level III Certificate in Social/Natural Science from a recognised TVET/College/University, as well as fluency in French or Arabic.

NB. – The age range is 18 to 28 years old.
Willing to pursue SOM studies at Ethiopian Aviation University

August 2nd – August 8th, 2023


Ethiopian Airlines’ headquarters are located in the Ethiopian Airport Enterprise Building (Recruitment Office).
When they come for registration on the fantastic dates listed above, interested applicants must bring/attach all original and replica supporting documents, as well as an 8th Grade/Ministry Card or Birth Certificate and one passport measurement picture.

NB: Anyone found practising or joining Ethiopian with false facts will be terminated from the process or employment upon discovery of the fact.

Examine the job posting carefully. Examine the vacancy details for eligibility, Prepare your CV or Application Details, and then submit your application as directed by the authority.

About Ethiopian Airlines

Ethiopian Airlines (Ethiopian), despite its modest origins, has enjoyed more than 75 years of profitable travel, making it the top aviation group in Africa. Naturally, Ethiopians are maturing gracefully. The airline has made a name for itself as a pioneer in every area of the aviation industry throughout the years, including network development, technological leadership, and aviation mentorship. In 1946, Ethiopian began operations with five C-47 aircraft and launched its first flight to Cairo through Asmara. Since then, it has expanded rapidly and kept bringing in cutting-edge aviation equipment and technology. As a forerunner in aviation technology, Ethiopian was instrumental in introducing new aircraft types to Africa, including the first jet and the B767, B777-200LR, B787 Dreamliner, and 787-9. Ethiopian took the lead in running the first Airbus A350 XWB in Africa.

The airline now operates a fleet of more than 146 contemporary aircraft, with an average age of five years; 32 ultramodern aircraft are also on order. Ethiopian has built transcontinental and pan-African air connection networks that connect its major hub Addis Abeba to the rest of the globe, living up to its slogan of “Bringing Africa Together and Beyond.” The airline operates daily and numerous flights with a minimum stopover at Addis to 133 worldwide passenger and cargo destinations, including 63 African cities. Ethiopian, a seasoned airline with a sizable intra-African network, travels to more locations on the continent than any other carrier. Ethiopian has developed a more ambitious strategy roadmap named Vision 2035 to support its ongoing development after exceeding its 15-year strategic plan, Vision 2025, earlier than expected. With the addition of Ethiopian to Star Alliance, the biggest airline network in the world, in December 2011, Ethiopian made a significant advancement in its successful path.

The multi-award-winning airline has accumulated a long list of prestigious honours and awards over the years, including the Four-Star Airline Certification from Skytrax, the Best Airline in Africa title for five years running, and the Overall Excellence for Outstanding Crisis Leadership Award in 2020, to name just a few. Averaging a 25% growth rate in the seven years preceding to the COVID-19 epidemic, Ethiopian has built on its history of success.


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