Caribbean: interCaribbean Airways is all set to host “Job Fair” in Grenada to offer numerous travel job opportunities. The recruitment drive will be held on September 27- 28, 2023.
The interCaribbean Airways will collaborate with the government of Grenada to enhance the commitment of the airways in expanding the network.
The airways said that they are teaming up with government of Grenada to create job opportunities for citizens, as they strive to make travel in the southern Caribbean smoother than ever by establishing a central hub in Barbados.
“Join us at a recruitment drive at the Radisson Greenery Room in Grand Anse on Sept 27-28th, 2023,”said the airways
The positions which are available for the recruitment drive are as follows:
- Flight Attendants
- Customer Service Agents
- Customer Service Managers
- IT Specialists
- Marketing Specialists
- Security Guards
Interested candidates are encouraged to submit their resumes to Hr@intercaribbean.com in advance to help streamline the recruitment process, although they also welcome walk-ins.
The two-day employment event will enhance the airline’s expansion efforts while providing the job opportunities to the interested candidates. It will make easy for the travellers to travel Grenada through the seamless service of the airways.
The employment event will feature two sessions each day to accommodate optimal participation. The time of the morning session will be 9: 00 am to 1: 00 pm. On the other hand, the afternoon session will be held from 3: 00 pm to 7: 00 pm.
The tourism authority of Grenada met with interCaribbean’s CEO and discussed the potential of the people of Grenada joining the airline’s growing team.
Minister Lennox Andrews said, ”Grenada is replete with skills in diverse areas.” He said that they are proud in hosting the event and indulging in the partnership with the airways.
He said that it will not only add the growth to the local workforce but also widely contribute to regional development. The job fair will enhance the opportunities for the citizens of Grenada seeking new jobs in the airways.