Glasgow Airport will host its biggest-ever jobs fair on January 19, with more than 320 roles up for grabs.
Over 30 employers based across the airport’s campus will be represented at the event. Recruitment teams from a diverse range of airport-based or associated partner companies will be on hand to discuss full-time, part-time and seasonal employment opportunities. Among them will be air traffic providers NATS, ground handlers Swissport and Menzies, security specialists ICTS, facilities management partner ABM, catering specialists The Restaurant Group and SSP Group. Scotland’s airline Loganair will also be in attendance to recruit for a range of positions.
Transport operators First and McGill’s will be recruiting for a large number of trainee and Public Service Vehicle (PSV) bus driver positions across their networks. A number of the airport’s retailers are also taking part, including World Duty Free.
A diverse range of job opportunities are available across the airport, among them air traffic control services, security, retail, facilities management, catering and ground handling. There are also a number of direct Glasgow Airport Ltd jobs available in areas of the business such as human resources, finance, airfield operations and the control centre.
Ronald Leitch, operations director at Glasgow Airport, said: “As the industry continues its recovery, we anticipate that we will welcome an additional one million passengers to Glasgow Airport in 2023.
“Having joined the airport 22 years ago as a management trainee, I can say first hand it is a fantastic and exciting place to work. It is a unique and special workplace and there are so many opportunities available to develop a career in the aviation industry. I would encourage anyone looking to join the industry to come along.”
Representatives from Invest in Renfrewshire and Jobcentre Plus staff will also be present at the Jobs Fair to offer support and advice, while translators will also be on hand to support Polish, Romanian and Ukrainian jobseekers.
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