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Airbus is hiring for its future projects

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Tatjana Obrazcova
Country: France Aircraft: Airplanes

More than 250 vacancies open at Airbus in France in cutting edge sectors to boost company’s digital transformation

Airbus is organising an “AfterWork: Catch your dream job!” recruitment drive dedicated to innovation at its Toulouse site on 20 June.

A large number of positions will be on offer in digital sectors, notably involving “the Cloud”, Big Data, Cyber Security, the Internet of Things (IoT), as well as in the area of Artificial Intelligence.

Candidates with key skills in these areas of activity will be able to talk with the people in charge of relevant projects carried out at Airbus. The vacancies in France are for young graduates, baccalaureate +5 years level, with 2 or 3 years’ successful experience, as well as more experienced, talented professionals.

The programme includes presentations on the major projects underlying Airbus’ strategy for its future and its digitalisation, activities (an augmented reality experiment) and interviews, with positions on offer for the best talents.

The job vacancies can be found on-line via: www.dreamjob-airbus.com
Candidates wishing to take part in this event can submit their applications up until 18 June 2018. Those shortlisted will then receive more detailed information on the event, with a view to taking part in the recruitment evening.

“Besides the opportunity of working on and implementing major aeronautical and space projects, Airbus offers a stimulating, innovative and international working environment,” said Thierry Baril, Chief Human Resources Officer for Airbus. “We will be delighted to meet as many candidates as possible at this evening and demonstrate that Airbus is a company at the cutting edge of innovation.”

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