Aviation maintenance company Dublin Aerospace has today announced plans to hire a total of 106 new staff across its Base Maintenance Facility at Dublin Airport and its new Landing Gear Facility in Ashbourne in Co Meath.
The company said it is looking for fitters/turners, toolmakers, technicians and mechanics for its operations in Ashbourne.
It is also looking to recruit mechanics, electricians, sheet metal workers and panel beaters, painters, upholsterers and composite technicians, as well as engineers for its Dublin Airport Hangar Complex.
It said that in-depth training and mentorship programmes will be provided to successful candidates.
William Flaherty, CEO of Dublin Aerospace, said the company has a large number of exciting career opportunities available across a wide range of areas.
"Although experience is preferred, we do recognise the unique nature of our work and will be providing full training to suitable candidates, the CEO said.
"We operate to the highest standards in Aerospace where the work is both varied and interesting and learning never stops," he added.