Sat, May 12, 2012
Company Announces Job Fair In Wichita
All is not gloomy news in general aviation. Kestrel Aircraft Company, based in Brunswick, ME and Superior, WI, led by aviation entrepreneur, and Cirrus Aircraft founder, Alan Klapmeier, is pleased to announce that the Company will be hosting a job fair, in Wichita, Kansas.
Interested applicants should bring their documentation and other information to the Wichita East Holiday Inn next Wednesday and Thursday. Kestrel will be conducting interviews with qualified applicants who attend the sessions.
There will be an Informational session Tuesday, May 15th from 1800-1900 CDT. The job fair will be open from 1000-1900 both Wednesday and Thursday.
Kestrel says that a list of open positions and other company information is available on their website.
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