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80 new jobs for Dublin and Shannon with CAE Parc Aviation

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80 new jobs for Dublin and Shannon with CAE Parc Aviation

Monday, May 08, 2017 

80 new jobs for Dublin and Shannon with CAE Parc Aviation

CAE Parc Aviation has announced the creation of 80 new jobs for Dublin and Shannon.

The Irish aviation staffing and technical services company has its headquarters in Dublin, with offices in Shannon, Beijing Dallas, Singapore and Tokyo. Employing 100 staff, it operates in 30 regions providing specialised recruitment services to aviation companies.

The new job roles are for recruitment consultants to service the pilot recruitment needs of global airlines and aviation engineers to work with the aircraft leasing industry to help with fleet management.

The jobs at Shannon will largely be on the aviation engineering side, with some in Dublin, whilst recruitment roles will be mainly Dublin-based, with some in Shannon.

Details of current vacancies and career opportunities with CAE Parc Aviation are available here.

Speaking about the expansion, and referencing the increasing shortage of pilots that most airlines are starting to feel, Frank Collins, Managing Diector of CAE Parc Aviation said the jobs will come on stream over the next three years, with 30 of the positions to be available this year.

Commenting on the announcement, Julie Sinnamon Chief Executive of Enterprise Ireland said "Over the next 20 years, the aviation industry will need to supply more than one million new aviation personnel. The total civil aerospace expenditure is estimated to be worth $5.6tn by 2032 and the world’s airlines will need 38,000 new planes to cater for this demand - as well as the crews to operate them."

The CareersPortal Team