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Belfast City Airport hosts Jobs Fair

Posted 6 November 2023

Belfast City Airport and its commercial and operational partners will host a Jobs Fair tomorrow to fill approximately 30 vacancies across the site.

Image courtesy Belfast City Airport
Caffè Nero, Mitie, World Duty Free, Swissport and WH Smith are amongst the companies seeking to recruit with available roles including Baristas, Check In Agents, Bar Staff, Ramp Agents, Ground Handling Personnel, Security, Housekeeping, Aircraft Cleaning Services, Retail Assistants and more.
The Runway to Success Jobs Fair will take place in the Conference Suite at Belfast City Airport on 7th November from 10am until 4pm and is open to all jobseekers and those considering a career change.
Louise McGranaghan, Duty Manager at Belfast City Airport said: “Working at an airport is a really exciting opportunity. It’s busy, dynamic and flexible.
“With more than 30 positions available across the airport and a number of shift patterns, there are roles to suit a wide range of people.
“I started working in the airport as a Retail Assistant more than 30 years ago. Since then I have worked in a number of roles in the airport before becoming Duty Manager and I am not alone. Working in the airport opens up a number of roles and opportunities right across the site meaning it offers a career for our employees.
“We work very closely with all our on-site partners and are very proud of the team we have here at Belfast City Airport which now has more routes and more airlines than ever before. It is therefore a very exciting time at the airport and we are really looking forward to growing our on-site teams to facilitate that growth.
“We strongly encourage all those in the job market or simply looking for a career change to come along to the
Jobs Fair which will be invaluable in terms of getting a feel for the thriving workplace culture at the airport, to meet the team and to ask any questions directly.

“All open positions, whether it is a Retail Assistant at WH Smith or a security position with Mitie, contribute to the overall experience had by passengers using Belfast City Airport with second to none career progression opportunities.”

The Jobs Fair is a unique opportunity to find out more about each of the open roles, better understand the shift patterns and work benefits as well as the opportunity to speak to staff.

The event will take place at Belfast City Airport on 7th November between 10am and 4pm.

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