Aviato, the Employment Centre at Brussels Airport, is launching a new recruitment campaign in May to hire people, with currently more than a thousand vacancies.
As part of the new recruitment campaign, there are over 1,200 vacancies at Brussels Airport. According to Aviato, a wide range of jobs are available, with everything ranging from aeronautical technicians to security, sales, check-in and administrative assistants.
In mid-April, it became apparent that the companies at the airport were having a hard time filling the vacancies. The Head of the Airport, Arnaud Feist, said there was a "serious shortage of people" on 19 April.
"Job seekers, students, newcomers and anyone looking for a new challenge are welcome,” said Feist. "There is something for everyone and there are also opportunities for advancement."
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The tourism sector was one of the sectors worst hit by the pandemic, with many people in the travel sector losing their jobs due to a lack of travel demand.