More jobs are being offered in the aerospace industry at Brookley Aeroplex. Maas Aviation is looking for workers.
Maas paints the planes for Airbus. Today, a freshly-painted A-321 for Spirit Airlines was rolled out.
Maas is currently building another facility at Brookley that will handle work for companies other than Airbus. They’ll need about 50 new workers. One five-week training program begins next week, and another will begin in October. It’s a project in conjunction with Mobile Works and Bishop State Community College. No specific qualifications are necessary.
“It could be a high school graduate, it could be retired military person, it could be somebody who worked a couple of years in the industry,” said Dominick Schilleci, Quality Manager at Maas. “It could be someone who is forty years old with a good attitude and a good work ethic.”
This is an unpaid training program.
After five weeks, top performers will be offered full time employment starting at about 12 dollars per hour. Maas’ CEO Tim MacDougald says there is plenty of room for promotion.
“We offer progression,” MacDougald said. “So anyone who starts off they have the ability to earn more if they show their skill set. And we are a growing business and with that comes opportunity.”
For more information, contact Bishop State, Mobile Works, or send your resume to email@example.com.