Aer Lingus is set to hire more than 200 new cabin crew members as part of a major recruitment drive.
The Irish flag carrier has said successful candidates will go on an intensive, six-week paid training program in Dublin.
The program would provides candidates with training for both short-haul and long-haul flights.
There would also be a range of theoretical and practical components, health and safety procedures and customer-experience training.
The roles will be based in Dublin.
To be eligible, applicants must be 18 years of age or over, eligible to live and work in the Republic of Ireland, have fluent spoken and written English, hold a valid EEA passport - allowing unrestricted worldwide travel - and have the ability to obtain a US visa.
They must also have at least 12 months combined experience in a customer service/sales role.
Aer Lingus operates over 100 routes from Dublin, Cork, Shannon and Knock to Europe, the UK and North America.
Applications can be made here