23 OCTOBER 2017


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Article from BTNews 23 OCTOBER 2017

Belfast airport jobs on offer

More than 100 jobs at Belfast International Airport are on offer at the latest airport Job Fair which takes place next Thursday, 26 October, at the Spectrum Centre on Belfast’s Shankill Road.

It is the fourth event of its kind and will have six businesses operating at the airport complex exhibiting. Security company ICTS tops the list with up to 60 positions, followed by ground and cargo services handler Swissport, with up to 20.

Other firms on the floor will include catering company Fed & Watered and currency exchange specialist ICE, while the airport is also expanding its constabulary and is offering three Police Student Officer positions.

Airport head of human resources Jaclyn Coulter said she hoped scores of job-hunters would be attracted to the Job Fair to see what was available, with airport businesses over the past few years creating hundreds of new positions.

 “The response we have had has been tremendous, but we continue in growth mode which means our companies are expanding their workforces and in need of people to fill those positions,” she added.


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