Aer Lingus is excited to announce the introduction of its Aircraft Maintenance and Engineering Apprenticeship for 2013.
Aer Lingus is an iconic Irish brand which has been connecting Ireland with the world for over three quarters of a century. With its unique brand, world class reputation for great customer care and modern fleet of Airbus aircraft, Aer Lingus is at the forefront of commercial aviation.
Aircraft Maintenance and Engineering
Aer Lingus Aircraft Maintenance and Engineering is responsible for the maintenance of the company's modern fleet of Airbus A319, A320, A321 and A330 aircraft. Aer Lingus has Line Maintenance stations in Ireland, the United Kingdom and North America, where engineers perform all line maintenance tasks across its fleet of aircraft.
This is an exceptional opportunity for individuals to train and qualify as an aircraft engineer, and could be the starting point for a rewarding career with Aer Lingus.
As a prospective Aer Lingus apprentice engineer you should have a technical aptitude and display maturity, commitment, flexibility, motivation and a willingness to accept responsibility. Excellent communication, interpersonal and teamwork skills are essential qualities with a good appreciation of our customers' expectations.
Working as part of a team on our modern aircraft can be challenging and physically demanding. For those who thrive on responsibility and embrace professionalism, this career is both rewarding and fulfilling.
Aer Lingus Aircraft Maintenance and Engineering Apprenticeship 2013
Aer Lingus is now recruiting for its Aircraft Maintenance and Engineering Apprenticeship Scheme commencing autumn 2013.
This Scheme is an accredited programme and is running in conjunction with FAS, Ireland's National Training and Employment Authority.
If you have a strong interest in this field this is your opportunity to become a part of the airline's highly skilled Aircraft Maintenance and Engineering team.
Please use this link if you wish to apply to the Aer Lingus Aircraft Maintenance and Engineering Apprenticeship