Brussels Airport launches recruitment campaign to fill more than 1,000 jobs

In May, Aviato, Brussels Airport’s employment office, will launch a fresh recruitment effort to assist fill the airport’s over a thousand job openings. After all, the Brussels Airport now has over 1,200 job openings.

It was stated in mid-April that the enterprises operating at Brussels Airport are having difficulty filling the numerous vacancies. On April 19, airport CEO Arnaud Feist complained of a “severe labor deficit” at the airport.

Aviato is looking for fresh applicants for the airport companies, especially with the possibility of a busy summer vacation and the resumption of passenger activity. “Anyone looking for a new challenge, including job seekers, students, newcomers, and anyone looking for a new challenge,” says Feist. “There’s something for everyone, and there are also prospects for advancement.”

This affects a wide spectrum of airport professions, according to Aviato. “The job descriptions range from aircraft technician through security officer or airport security agent, salesperson, check-in agent, and administrative clerk.” Every background and educational level can find a job at the airport.”

As a result, in May, Aviato will launch a fresh recruitment campaign to emphasize the airport’s positions and prospects. A career cafĂ©, events for job seekers and students, information sessions, and collaborations with labor market actors such as PCSWs and reception centers are just a few of the activities.

By Editor

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