(Teleborsa) – SEAS, a company specializing in aircraft maintenance and exclusively for the Ryanair Group’s fleet in Italy, has announced the launch of the most important recruitment campaign of new certified aeronautical maintenance technicians, to be employed in its operational bases present in 15 Italian airports. Specifically, the announcement of recruitment concerns 30 figures of maintenance technicians in possession of category B1 certification, 5 certificates for category B2, 8 for category A, and in addition 43 mechanics and 22 helpers, for a total of 108 new employees which will strengthen the staff already employed, in order to ensure full coverage of the aircraft maintenance cycle scheduled for next year.
The reference to the so-called “helpers“, Or technicians who have completed the theoretical training cycle and are ready to start operational activities in the field. In fact, the visitors of the Aea – Aircraft Engineering Academy del Gruppo SEAS (South East Aviation Services), the only Italian academy certified by Enac for the theoretical and practical training of aeronautical maintenance technicians.
“The new search for personnel to be included in our maintenance programs is not only the most relevant in the last two decades, with over one hundred hires expected in the coming months, but also the most complex from the point of view of the professional qualifications required – he stressed. Alessandro Cianciaruso, CEO of SEAS – Our vision of the progressive expansion of the sector to which we refer, which motivated the foundation of the AEA academy, is confirmed by the need to find specialized figures, in the face of the growth of the fleet on behalf of which we operate on throughout the national territory. I remember that we have always operated, even during the lockdown period, guaranteeing the maintenance cycle to keep the aircraft in operation in compliance with regulatory standards “.
About 40 per cent of the new hires will be assigned to SEAS ‘main operational base at the airport of Bergamo, on whose grounds the construction of two new maintenance hangars by 2022, in addition to the three already existing.