As it aims to hire more than 13,000 employees globally in 2023, Airbus is urging aerospace enthusiasts to enter a burgeoning industry. Despite a tight labour market, more over 7,000 of those posts have already been filled.
The remaining roles will soon be filled, and it is already well underway that new recruitment will be crucial to achieving Airbus’ goals of decarbonization and production ramp-up.
The company is providing thousands of job opportunities in manufacturing, engineering, and fields supporting Airbus’ long-term goals, such as cybersecurity, software engineering, and new propulsion technologies (such as hydrogen, cryogenics, and fuel cells).
Recent graduates will receive one-third of the total number of hires. With this goal in mind, Airbus has just agreed to extend their collaboration with Georgia Institute of Technology for a further five years as part of the Airbus Academic Programme, which partners with a select group of the world’s Top 15 Universities and Schools.
In its various companies around the world, Airbus today employs more than 134,000 people. The Top Employers Institute, a worldwide independent authority on identifying excellence in people management and HR policies, granted Airbus certification as a Top Employer in Europe, North America, and Asia Pacific in 2023.
To learn more about the broad range of opportunities available at Airbus, potential applicants and students can visit the Airbus website at https://www.airbus.com/en/careers.