Airbus looking to hire for 3 positions for assembly line

MOBILE, Ala. (WALA) – Airbus, in conjunction with its hiring partner AIDT, has posted open job positions for three more positions for its assembly line in Mobile, Alabama.

• Power Plant System Coordinator
• Engine Quality Inspector
• Paint Quality Inspector

The Power Plant Systems Coordinator is responsible for coordinating and monitoring the installation of propulsion systems between Operations and Quality functions. A minimum of three to five years of experience in supply chain management, logistics processes and quality management and a bachelor’s degree or an equivalent combination of education and experience in Logistics, Management or Engineering is required among other qualifications.

The Engine Quality Inspector is responsible for technical and quality inspections of the propulsion systems for release to the assembly line up to the delivery of the final product. A minimum of three years of experience in quality technical and goods receipt inspection of aircraft structure and equipment installations in an international aviation company and a high school diploma or GED is required among other qualifications.

The Paint Quality Inspector is responsible for the execution and quality inspection of the aircraft painting process from the beginning until delivery to the customer. Knowledge of aircraft painting, support equipment and related components, experience with quality inspection of paint processes in the aviation industry, and a high school diploma or GED is required among other qualifications.

For all positions, a minimum of six to nine months training abroad is required. For a full description of each position and to apply, go to http://www.aidt.edu/airbus.

On July 2, 2012, Airbus announced it is building an assembly line for its A320 Family of aircraft in Mobile. The groundbreaking for the assembly line was on April 8, 2013, and major construction is underway. Hiring for manufacturing jobs will continue throughout 2014.

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