I definitely would but moving to another country is a hell of a step and, honestly, i don't have any serious background.Ladies and Gentlemen,
please apply because Frontier definitely needs more customer support representatives. Take this chance to help people out with their problems, by answering tickets in 1-2 days after they've been posted - and not, from what I'v been reading in the forums... 1 month.
Nothing ventured, nothing gained mate. Might as well give it a try!would love to get in on the Graphic Designer role, but my CV only goes as far as 2nd Line Analyst. and i would imagine that Frontier dont just hire anyone.
If I were you, I'd use spell check if I was looking for a translating job. Spelling is very important for professionals.That would be an interesting job for shure. But I think the communication would be a problem, I ran a little bit outta practice talking english.
Reading and writing should be fine. And I never did something like that before.
And I can make coffe
They will hire from anywhere, but you would have to re-locate to Cambridge or Halifax.Do you think Frontier hires from outside the UK? Im totally willing to relocate if they do.
Halifax Nova Scotia has very fresh lobster, pardner.I'm considering applying for the token prune juice tester (twice/day).
I do not have much experience but I'm willing to grow into the position.
Alternatively I can not make tea (which arguably is worth being a paid position if employer would have to drink said "tea").
And discussing pay.. I would consider ultimately being paid in lobster. 'Cuz I just really love lobster.
I do have one issue though. If this will infringe on my dreams of living in Elite: Dangerous 24/7 I may have to reconsider. In fact, just file this application under 'Unavailable'. We can revisit this at a later date (depending on the future).
I feel the same way Moby. SAP=EvilARRRRRGH! SAP, the most useless pointless and worthless software, If there is a reason for me to quit my job SAP would be it.