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Apprentice Aircraft Engineers with Cityjet

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Apprentice Aircraft Engineers with Cityjet


Tuesday, May 31, 2016 




Apprentice Aircraft Engineers with Cityjet

CityJet are currently recruiting for Apprentice Aircraft Engineers.

CityJet is headquartered in Dublin, and has offices in Antwerp and London, with staff residing across Europe, in The Netherlands, France, The United Kingdom and Ireland. The company are based at Balheary, in Swords, North County Dublin.

How to apply:

If you are interested in a career with CityJet, you can email your CV to:

recruiting@cityjet.com

In order to work with Cityjet, you must have the right to live and work in the European Union.

Once your application is received you will get a confirmation and the company will keep you fully updated with the progress of your application at all times.

CityJet staff are rewarded with excellent salary and ancillary benefits including worldwide concessionary air travel, pension and discounted healthcare. 

Is an Apprenticeship the career pathway for you?

Find out more about the range of apprenticeships available here.

The CareersPortal Team