Sat, Jun 25, 2011
Some 200 Employees Showed Off Dance Moves In An Airbus "Flash
Airbus employees gathered on the tarmac on Friday’s public
opening day of the International Paris Air Show - Le Bourget to
dance to “Higher” by Taio Cruz.
At the air show, which is well known for aerial displays, it was
the moves of the Airbus employees that took center stage this time.
The performance involved a range of volunteers from all over
Airbus, who took onlookers by surprise by suddenly breaking into
dance. After the performance, the spinning dancers dispersed back
into the crowd.
Airbus hopes to recruit more than 3,000 talented individuals
from all over the world this year and offers more than 2,500
internships at locations worldwide. In the words of Taio Cruz, this
is truly an opportunity to take a career “higher off the
From 20-25 June, a series of forums and workshops at the Air
Show gives job seekers a wide range of opportunities to discuss
their future career paths with Airbus HR professionals, engineers
and business experts. These are job opportunities created by the
backlog of more than 6 years production work as well as aircraft
developments such as the A320neo and the A350 XWB.
Hitting the right note for the Airbus recruitment drive are key
competencies such as structure and systems engineering, and Lean
Management. Opportunities are also available in procurement,
finance, human resources, strategy, marketing and sales for
graduates from business schools and universities as well as
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