Are you looking for a new job or maybe you’re hoping to work at Ireland’s busiest airport?
Well, if that’s the case, Aer Lingus is looking to hire some baggage handlers to work at Dublin Airport on fantastic salaries, and if that doesn’t seal the deal, the excellent job opportunities it offers certainly do, reports The Mirror.
The Irish airline is currently recruiting for a number of full-time baggage hall assistant positions in the airport’s ground operations department, with a salary of €15.81 per hour.
The Aer Lingus job advertisement reads: “On offer is a market leading total remuneration package of over €15.81 per hour (includes shift allowance). These are permanent positions, which are available from October 2023. The work is physically demanding and involves working, as part of a team, whilst adhering to strict health and safety including Covid-19 protocols and security standards,” reports The Mirror.
Aer Lingus is looking for a team player as candidates will be required to work as a team to provide lower wing ground support to facilitate on-time departures and arrivals of our aircraft.
If you have no experience, don’t worry as the airline ensures that all successful candidates will receive full training.
You must be at least 18 years of age as of the last date of this notice
Complete the 5-year Garda background check and verification process
Provide verifiable references
Full EU driving license
Eligible to live and work in the EU
Fluency in spoken and written English – Good communication skills – both verbal and written
Willingness to work various shifts 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
Flexible, committed, motivated and enthusiastic
Be physically fit and able to undergo a medical examination
Be prepared to meet all Aer Lingus PPE requirements
Possibility to work in all weather conditions.
Non-Irish citizens must have a current Police Disclosure Certificate issued in their home country. If you have lived outside the Republic of Ireland for more than 6 months in the last 5 years, you must also have a current Police Disclosure Certificate issued in that country/countries.
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