The airport has three high-flying apprentice roles available
Liverpool John Lennon Airport is on the lookout for fresh talent. The airport is hiring for three apprenticeship roles across its ID centre, customer service and air traffic engineering.
Liverpool John Lennon Airport is one of the biggest employers in the Merseyside region with more than a 91% colleague satisfaction rate.
An ID centre administrator apprentice is needed to maintain compliance of all airport ID applications, while providing advice and guidance to other airport users.
The customer service representative apprentice will provide timely and accurate support to the terminal operations department and help maintain and improve the efficient and effective performance of the team.
Finally, in air traffic engineering, an apprentice is needed to assist with the maintenance, repair, modification and the operation of communications and navigational services for the safety of aircraft in flight and on the ground.
All three of these apprenticeships are schedule to begin on 1 September. Benefits include a contributory pension scheme, company healthcare plan, free airport parking, access to colleague wellbeing schemes and a generous leave allowance.
If you want to learn more about these opportunities, visit Liverpool John Lennon’s careers page.
Don’t delay sending in your application—your time until the deadline of 29 May is certain to fly by!