Stansted Airport to host third job fair of 2022; more than 500 jobs available
London Stansted is set to host its third major jobs fair of the year on October 4, 2022, with more than 500 jobs available.
The event, which will take place at the Radisson Blu Hotel London Stansted Airport, will see 25 companies based at STN airport recruiting cabin crew, retail managers, engineers, chefs, drivers, check-in agents and customer service representatives.
Ryanair, Titan Airways, Border Force, Jet2.com, World Duty Free, HMS Host, National Express and London Stansted, are just some of the companies that will be at the fair.
Ready to land your dream job?— London Stansted Airport (@STN_Airport) September 29, 2022
Come to our Jobs Fair to find out about the exciting jobs available at @STN_Airport to suit various skills, experience and expertise, including excellent employee benefits!
Tuesday 4th October at 11am
Register now https://t.co/rZqQjGbUqP pic.twitter.com/DAFOBY8oDw
In its security operations alone, the airport has employed more than 300 employees since January 2022.
"An airport job is a perfect fit for people with strong people skills, drive for success and an interest in building an exciting career in aviation,” Marcella M'Rabety, head of education, skills and employment with Stansted Airport owner Manchester Airports Group (MAG), said to local media.
M’Rabety added: “Airports offer loads of variety, bags of opportunity and a fantastic team that is there to support you.”
Free transportation and parking will be provided to attendees. Click here to register.
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