Biggin Hill Launches Apprenticeship Scheme

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Dan Stride and Leon Bartholemew, Ramp Coordinators at London Biggin Hill Airport.

London Biggin Hill Airport is announcing a new apprenticeship scheme to open up a variety of career paths in the aviation industry to local people.

Working in association with East Surrey College, the airport said it is aiming to recruit five apprentices, whose main duties will be to assist trained airport professionals with the daily operation of the hangar and ramp.

Natalie Smith, HR manager at London Biggin Hill, said: “This is an exciting opportunity to be a part of a dynamic and developing organisation.  The new apprenticeship scheme will ensure our clients continue to receive an extraordinary customer experience at the airport, as well as helping to fulfil our commitment to providing jobs for the local community.  In the last 12 months we’ve increased employment at the airport from 1,000 to 1,300 roles, a real boon for those living in the area.”

Leon Bartholomew, Ramp Coordinator at London Biggin Hill Airport, added: “In this job we support some of the world’s most elite clients and corporations on a daily basis, so we have a real responsibility to our customers to maintain the highest possible levels of professionalism and service.  It’s a great team and we’re looking forward to seeing it grow.”

Richards Brooks, East Surrey College, commented: “The prospect of gaining experience at Europe’s fastest growing business aviation airport will appeal to a number of our students, particularly those looking to work in aviation or customer service-focussed roles.”

The new scheme follows the announcement of the on-site London Aerospace & Technology College, set to launch in September 2019.

Applications for the apprenticeship close on September 30.  Further information and details of how to apply at www.bigginhillairport.com/vacancies

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