Airbus Announces 4th Job Opening for Mobile

Airbus Announces 4th Job Opening for Mobile

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Airbus Americas today posted its fourth job opening for the Mobile Assembly Line.

The company is looking for a Facilities Manager.  The person chosen for this role will be responsible for the site services for Airbus' Mobile Assembly Line to ensure the functioning of all physical infrastructure such as HVAC, electrical, and maintenance contracts among other duties.

The Director of HR, Jennifer Ogle, was announced in March and began her role on April 15. Postings for a U.S. Customs Manager and a Manager of Health, Safety and Environment are also available.

Qualified candidates can find more information at https://jobs2.aidt.edu/index.a4d?fuseaction=jobs.view;tid=11630

The new assembly line, which is the company's first U.S.-based production facility, will be located at the Mobile Brookley Aeroplex and will facilitate assembly of A319, A320 and A321 aircraft.

Major construction of the facility will begin this summer. Aircraft assembly is planned to begin in 2015, with first delivery of a Mobile-assembled aircraft in 2016.

Hiring for manufacturing jobs will begin later this year. At full production, the assembly line and associated facilities are expected to produce up to four aircraft a month which directly translates into employing as many as 1,000 high-skilled workers.

 

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