Airbus to hold a public ‘meet-and-greet‘ event targeted at hiring engineering and information technology (IT) expertise at the Aero India air show in Bengaluru on two days beginning February 16.
Aspiring applicants can speak with Airbus officials at stand CR7.1 in Hall C to learn more about job opportunities in the fields of airframe design, avionics, simulation of aviation systems, data analytics, cybersecurity, and cabin engineering. In order to learn more about the business’s already substantial and expanding footprint in India and South Asia, candidates will also have the opportunity to speak with senior Airbus officials, the firm said in a statement.
“Airbus is a top destination for the very best of India’s technical and information management talent with a love for aerospace.”According to Suraj Chettri, Director (HR) of Airbus India and South Asia
“As a business, we support fostering an environment of ownership where employees feel appreciated, valued, and professionally fulfilled. This is why the Top Employers Institute, a global independent authority that recognises excellence in people management and HR practises, has awarded Airbus Top Employers designation, recognising the company as a fantastic place to work.”
The Aero India talent search is a part of Airbus’ preparation for 2023, when it plans to hire more than 13,000 people globally. The new recruits will be crucial in assisting Airbus with its ambitious decarburization roadmap, industrial ramp-up, and future aviation planning.
The wide variety of products, cutting-edge technologies, services, and innovations from Airbus’ Commercial, Helicopters, Defense, and Space portfolios will also be on display for visitors to the company’s booth. The company’s ‘Make in India‘ programme will see the C295 military aircraft and the next-generation tanker A330 MRTT built in Gujarat by its industrial partner, Tata Advanced Systems Ltd., on show in scale models at the booth.
OneAtlas, which offers premium satellite imagery, Sirtap, a tactical unmanned aerial system, and the earth observation satellite Pléiades Neo are also displayed digitally for stand visitors to view (UAS). Along with the commercial aircraft model of the A350, the statement said there would also be scale models of the VSR700 from the UAS category, the H225M from the military range, and the H160 from the civil helicopter range on display.
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