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75 staff required as part of improvements to customer experience
Bristol Airport is preparing for a busy year ahead by recruiting 75 permanent staff to work in the terminal building.
A flight programme which could see passenger numbers increase year on year, coupled with the introduction of two new passenger search channels to increase efficiency of the security process, means security provider, ICTS, is searching for candidates to join its 200-strong team at Bristol Airport in 2012.
ICTS manages all of the security requirements at Bristol Airport and is the largest provider of aviation security services in Europe. It has a presence in over 70 major airports, employing 13,500 staff worldwide.
ICTS will be hosting two recruitment open days, taking place on Friday 6 January and Saturday 7 January 2012 from 10.00h until 15.00h. Anyone interested in applying for a vacancy is invited to attend Bristol Airport’s Administration Building, where interviews and group assessments will be completed. All candidates will need to bring photographic ID, National Insurance Number and provide details of the previous five years’ work history.
Chris Ware, Head of Security at Bristol Airport, said:
“The search process is an essential part of airport security, and the ICTS team play a vital role in ensuring compliance with Government regulations in this critical area of our operation. They are also dealing directly with thousands of passengers every day and, as such, make a key contribution to the overall customer service the Airport delivers. This requires a combination of qualities, from keeping a cool head under pressure to good people skills.”
Sarah Croll, Station Manager for ICTS at Bristol Airport, said:
“We are delighted that, due to the busy year ahead and improvements to the security search facilities at Bristol Airport, we are in a position to recruit an additional 75 staff. The new x-ray channels will improve the customer experience and also gives us the opportunity to provide more jobs for local people.”
“Candidates who wish to go through the interview and assessment should confirm their intention of participating in the Recruitment Day by telephoning Mrs Pat Brown on 01275 473439 and be prepared to arrive at 10am on either day. Those who solely wish to get more information before applying should arrive at 2pm, and will be able to complete the application process at a later date.”
Various start dates will be available from early 2012 and full training will be provided.
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