Airbus said in a statement that it is looking for employees who will further the European firm’s foray into technological transformation and sustainable aviation.
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The new recruits are being hired for digital and cyber (cyber security, robotics, software engineering, cloud computing), engineering and manufacturing engineering (new energies, hydrogen, aircraft design), and customer services (customer engineering, technical, and material support/services, maintenance technicians).
As far as the production space is concerned, Airbus is seeking applications from people experienced in quality, supply chain management, and industrial operations (metal workers, painters, electricians).
According to the statement, Thierry Baril, the Airbus Chief Human Resources & Workplace Officer, said Airbus demonstrated its resilience throughout the COVID-19 crisis, and is now very well positioned for the next challenges.
“Following the success of our recruitment last year, we will hire over 13,000 new employees again in 2023,” Baril said. “We call on talented individuals from all over the world to join us in our journey to make sustainable aerospace a reality and to help us build a better, more diverse, and inclusive workplace for all our employees.”