Thousands of miles up in the air or the middle of the deep seas, passengers have little support other than that of a stewardess.
So if you own (or a hiring manager at) an airline or a cruise company, you will want to hire people who fit the bill entirely.
Looking through resumes will be a challenging job. You would want to pick up the ones that fit the image of your company altogether.
Candidates, read above! Since you will be providing services in the strangest of conditions, you will be required to be not just good at what you do, but great at everything that is required of you. Make sure that your resume is on par with what the employer is looking for.
Here is a resume example for a stewardess position:
See also: Stewardess Resume No Experience
3003 Lazy Acres Drive ● Columbia, SC 73821 ● (000) 454-2122 ● tanya.stark @ email . com
Customer-service-oriented, hardworking individual with four years’ hands-on experience in providing exceptional onboard services. Well-versed in handling both preflight and post flight checks to ensure constant crew and passenger safety.
• Focused on providing exceptional onboard services including catering and emotional support.
• Adept at demonstrating safety equipment and information to passengers before takeoff.
• Competent at meeting the needs of special passengers such as the elderly, children and the disabled.
|• Communication||• Cabin Maintenance||• Supplies Maintenance|
|• Emergency Handling||• Safety Equipment Usage||• Luggage Security|
|• Safety Procedures||• First Aid||• Reporting|
|• Inventory Control||• Customer Service||• Special Needs Assistance|
KEY ACHIEVEMENTS AS A STEWARDESS
• Saved all passengers in the cabin from getting hurt during terrible turbulence period by providing them with assistance in how to secure themselves.
• Successfully evacuated all passengers from the aircraft following an incident involving one of the engines catching fire.
• Decreased supplies cost by 50% by suggesting the purchase of non-perishable items in bulk.
• Trained 37 newly inducted stewards and stewardess through 18 training modules.
• Greet passengers as they embark on the aircraft and verify the information in their tickets.
• Assist passengers in finding their seats and leading them to the correct ones.
• Ascertain that passengers are properly seated and belted in.
• Provide pillows and blankets when asked to ensure passenger safety at all times.
• Prepare catering cart by loading it with food packs and beverages.
• Offer food and drink to passengers at scheduled times during the flight.
• Respond to requests for refills and ensure that any alcoholic beverages are only served in limited amounts.
• Demonstrate safety measures to passengers and ensure that they are aware of the use of safety equipment.
• Comfort passengers who may be upset due to it being their first flight or because of turbulence issues.
• Assist children traveling alone and elderly and disabled passengers throughout the flight.
• Provide comfort during distressing situations such as turbulence and aircraft issues.
• Administer CPR and First Aid to passengers and crew members during emergency situations.
• Assist passengers in disembarking the aircraft in a safe manner
• Ascertain that food and beverage supplies inventory is continuously maintained.
• Assisted passengers in embarking and disembarking from the cruise ship.
• Showed passengers to their cabins and ensure that they are settled in comfortably.
• Performed housekeeping tasks such as dusting and vacuuming.
• Changed bed linen and ensured that soiled bedclothes are delivered to the laundry area.
• Served meals according to passengers’ specific instructions.
• Ascertained the safety and wellbeing of passengers during difficult situation including storms and high waves.
CITY PUBLIC SCHOOL, Columbia, SC – 2010
High School Diploma
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