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Aer Lingus Now Recruiting for Aircraft Maintenance and Engineering Apprenticeship

10 places available for maintenance and engineering apprenticeship scheme

Aer Lingus Now Recruiting for Aircraft Maintenance and Engineering Apprenticeship
Applications for the Aer Lingus Maintenance and Engineering Apprenticeship are now open. This year, the airline is looking for 10 apprentices for the four-year programme, which will be run in conjuction with SOLAS in Shannon, and TU Dublin. The programme consists of 7 phases and is delivered through a combination of off-the-job study in the partnering institutions, and on-the-job development, which will take place at the Aer Lingus Maintenance and Engineering Hangar at Dublin Airport.

Aer Lingus is delighted to build on its long history of apprenticeships and is looking to attract those who are motivated, enthusiastic and technically-minded. The company is particularly passionate about championing gender diversity and encourages female candidates to apply to the apprenticeship scheme.

The apprentices will have the opportunity to earn and learn at a dynamic company focused on a growth trajectory, with a new route from Dublin to Minneapolis St. Paul set to commence operations in summer 2019. Former Aer Lingus apprentice and current Chief Technical Officer, Fergus Wilson has said that Aer Lingus' world class reputation and position at the forefront of the aviation market offer prospective apprentices an unmissable opportunity.

To be eligible to apply candidates must be 18 years of age by the 1st of September 2019. Applications close on 1st of May, 2019.

To apply to the apprenticeship, CLICK HERE.

For more information about the apprenticeship, CLICK HERE.
For more information about the Engineering and Manufacturing sector, CLICK HERE.

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