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Jet Airways looking to hire engineers for multiple specialist areas; Check out details

Jet Airways looking to hire engineers for multiple specialist areas; Check out details

Jet Airways is hiring for multiple posts as it seeks to resume commercial services by September this year.

Last week, Jet Airways CEO Sanjiv Kapoor had stated that the company is in the final stages of firming up the plans, and will reveal details soon. Last week, Jet Airways CEO Sanjiv Kapoor had stated that the company is in the final stages of firming up the plans, and will reveal details soon.

Jet Airways stated on Friday that it is looking to hire engineers for multiple specialist areas. The airline posted six job openings for engineers on its official Twitter handle. 

"Seeking talented engineers to join us in multiple specialist areas," wrote Jet Airways. "If you meet the requirements below, and are excited about joining a team creating history, apply now!" it added. Details of the opening can be viewed here: 

This is one of many openings posted by Jet Airways over the past few weeks. On Thursday, the airline had posted an opening for two posts - Load & Trim Instructor and Manager - Ramp Safety/Processes. Details here: 

The airline is hiring for multiple positions as it aims to resume commercial services by September this year. 

Last week, Jet Airways CEO Sanjiv Kapoor had stated that the company is in the final stages of firming up the plans, and will reveal details soon.

Sanjiv Kapoor, in a tweet, said, "For all those asking about our aircraft and network plans: as I keep saying, we are not sitting idle. We are in the final stages of firming up the plans, and will reveal details soon. This is a marathon, not a sprint, good things come to those who wait."

Jet Airways received Air Operator Certificate (AOC) from the aviation regulator, the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) on May 20, allowing it to resume commercial operations.

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