Jobs at Bristol Airport you can apply for now


Many people work at Bristol Airport in a wide variety of roles.

According to its website, nearly 2,500 people are currently working at the airport in some 50 different organizations, including commercial airlines and government agencies such as the UK Border Force.

These are the latest figures available, which come after the drop in activity caused by the coronavirus.

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But now, as things are slowly returning to normal, there are plenty of jobs opening up at Bristol Airport.

Here are some of the roles available right now. To view the full list of job vacancies, go to here.

Operations controller

Field of employment and salary: Aviation, operations. £ 25,000


Application deadline: Monday September 27

The listing reads: “Centreline AV Limited is a leading provider of turnkey business aviation services, operating from a purpose-built facility at Bristol Airport, offering aircraft management, sales charter, aircraft maintenance, FBO, air and ground medical services and flight training.

“There is an exciting opportunity to join the Sales and Operations team at this dynamic and growing company based in the South West. “

You can read more about this role here.

Restaurant jobs

Several restaurant jobs are currently available at the airport, notably at the Hampton by Hilton which is recruiting a customer service agent for £ 9.50 per hour, a night customer service agent for £ 9.50 an hour and a guest operations supervisor pay up to £ 21,500.

Le Bar Brunel is looking for a chef (up to £ 35,000 per year) and a junior sous chef (up to £ 27,000), among others.

Burger King, Starbucks, and Cafe Ritazza are also recruiting. You can find out more here.

Cleaning work

Hampton by Hilton is currently advertising four cleaning jobs.

These included customer service agent for £ 9.50 an hour and room attendant up to £ 10.50 per hour.

Mechanical and Electrical Project Engineer

Field of employment and salary: Engineering, £ 35,000 – £ 37,500


Application deadline: Thursday, September 30

The list reads: “As a Mechanical and Electrical Project Engineer, you will play a crucial role within an experienced team of technical engineers.

“You will proactively support project management teams, assisting in the planning, coordination and management of mechanical, electrical and civil engineering projects across the entire airport infrastructure, including the provision of ” a technical contribution to current and future projects.

“You will experience a wide range of projects, which will give you a wide variety of knowledge and experiences to add to your skills.

“The position will be suitable for a promising project engineer with a qualification in electrical or mechanical engineering, who is looking for his next challenge in a varied, complex and interesting role, and an opportunity to evolve into a role of project manager in the future. “

You can read more about this role here.

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Ground transport mobile answering machine

Employment and salary area: Car parks. £ 21,760


Application deadline: Thursday, September 30

The list reads: “At the airport, our ground transportation team plays a vital role in helping passengers park and get around the site.

“We manage all airport parking lots and bus services, ensuring that passengers can park their cars and get from the parking lots and the car rental desk to the terminal and return quickly, comfortably and safely. .

“The role of Mobile Responder is to provide quality customer service, troubleshoot issues, and manage traffic flow and security around parking lots.

“We are looking for motivated, flexible and adaptable individuals dedicated to delivering an incredible customer experience.”

You can read more about this role here.

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