|Address:||Dublin International AirportDublin, Ireland|
Aircraft maintenance company Dublin Aerospace is to add 100 new employees to its total over the next three years, an expansion in the workforce which is part of the firm’s plan to double turnover by 2023.
Executive chairman Conor McCarthy said: “Since our start-up in 2009 with just 18 staff, our annual turnover has risen from €7m then to €46m last year and we have been profitable since our second year in operation. Last year saw further increases in turnover for all three business units; Aircraft Overhaul, Landing Gear, and Auxiliary Power Unit services. This solid underlying business performance has given us the confidence to create another 150 full-time, permanent engineering and support roles in our Dublin operation.”
CEO Michael Tyrrell explained that the 48 hires have already been recruited this quarter “with a variety of skillsets, including aircraft engineers, avionics technicians, structures and composite technicians, painters, and aircraft operatives”.
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|No of jobs:||100|
|Job title:||engineering and support roles|
|Jobs take effect:||next three years|