Jobs at Heathrow Airport: Join the team that keeps the busy airport running day-to-day

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Heathrow sees thousands of people every day. People all over the world visit the bustling airport to jet off for a romantic getaway, connect with families, and escape abroad to bask in the sun.

The airport connects the world. However, no one could get anywhere without the staff working behind the scenes. From the engineers, pilots and security guards who keep us safe, there are so many people who work together to keep the airport running smoothly.

At Heathrow Airport, they are constantly on the lookout for new people to join their team, who are essential to the smooth running of daily operations. There are an array of jobs, from full-time to part-time, up for grabs in different departments.

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Here are five jobs to consider below that might interest you. If there is a job that appeals to you, be sure to check the deadline and apply as soon as possible so you won’t be disappointed.

male security guard

The job posting reads: “As a Security Officer, you will be part of the team our customers rely on to provide a safe and secure experience at the airport. Committed to providing a level of Exceptional customer service, you will greet every passenger you meet in a friendly manner.

“Your positive and dynamic attitude will put them at ease as they go through their security checks, providing them with an airport experience that will allow them to remember their time at Heathrow positively. You will need to be alert and ready to identify potential risks and threats.

“Expect to spend time on your feet patrolling the terminal, performing security checks on our passengers and colleagues, and monitoring access to secure areas.”

Closing Date: June 7

Hours: Part-time (20 hours) and full-time (40 hours) positions available

Salary: £11.66 per hour (annual salary of £24,261 FTE, rising to £26,000 after two years of service)

Learn more about the position here .

female security guard

The job posting reads: “Committed to providing exceptional customer service, you will greet every passenger you encounter in a friendly manner. Your positive and dynamic attitude will help them feel at ease when they meet. complete their security checks, giving them an airport experience that allows them to remember their time at Heathrow positively.

“You will need to be alert and ready to identify potential risks and threats. Expect to spend time on your feet patrolling the terminal, performing security checks on our passengers and colleagues, and monitoring access to secure areas “.

Closing Date: June 7

Hours: Part-time (20 hours) and full-time (40 hours) shifts available

Salary: £11.66 per hour (annual salary of £24,261 FTE, rising to £26,000 after two years of service)

Learn more about the position here .

Digital Business Analyst

The job posting reads: “The Digital Business Analyst will join the digital team at a very exciting time for Heathrow, with many opportunities to have a significant impact on the way we operate digitally.

“They will work with senior product managers and product owners to continually improve Heathrow’s digital capability, while being a key influencer driving ideation within the team through to delivery and implementation. working out solutions”.

Closing Date: June 5

Hours: Full time

Salary: Unspecified

Learn more about the position here .

ICA Industrial Engineer

The job posting states: “Responsible for providing technical knowledge and support to operational teams within the function and wider organizations to ensure a robust asset management strategy is in place.

“Provide and maintain asset plans and standards that reflect asset system strategies and are aligned across maintenance teams, development teams and supply chain teams. Ensure improvement plans continues to improve performance and assess shareholders in the short, medium and long term”.

Closing Date: June 17

Hours: Full time

Salary: Unspecified

Learn more about the position here .

Railway Engineering Technician

The job advert reads: “Enable Heathrow passengers to enjoy the best airport service in the world, through the commissioning of our new fleet of passenger trains. Apply your knowledge and skills to introduce gradually new vehicles and eliminate older stocks.

“Investigate faulty or underperforming assets, identify improvements and implement meaningful changes to improve the airport experience. Maintain records, for example the maintenance history of our assets, to create efficiency and meet Heathrow’s regulatory requirements”.

Closing Date: June 3

Hours: Full time

Salary: Unspecified

Learn more about the position here .

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