Virgin Atlantic has launched a recruitment drive to find 350 new cabin crew.
The roles will be part of an initial six-month fixed term contract with the view to extend.
As an equal opportunity employer, Virgin Atlantic is committed to creating a more diverse workplace.
This inclusive approach is demonstrated by the airline’s recent policy changes to remove the need to wear make-up and allow visible tattoos, as well as becoming the first UK airline to offer employees the choice to wear the uniform that best represents their gender identity.
Estelle Hollingsworth, Chief People Officer, said: “We champion difference and individuality, and it’s by encouraging all of our people to truly be themselves at work that we uphold an inclusive environment where they each can thrive. We welcome anyone interested in this exciting new career journey to apply now. You never know where it might take you!”