MOBILE, Ala. (WALA) - Airbus has posted two more management positions for its A320 Family assembly line in Mobile, Alabama: Director-Final Assembly Line (FAL) Delivery and Manufacturing Engineer Manager.
The Director-FAL Delivery will be responsible for setting up and managing the aircraft delivery organization for the Mobile Assembly Line. He or she will lead the customer manager team and ensure Airbus’ airline customers receive their aircraft on time and on quality.
The Manufacturing Engineer Manager will set up and manage the Manufacturing Engineer Front Office, Engine Coordination and Paintshop Coordination for the assembly line. He or she will oversee the activities of the Manufacturing Engineering team.
For a full job description of each position, go to www.aidt.edu/airbus.
On July 2, 2012, Airbus announced it is building an assembly line for its A320 Family of aircraft in Mobile. The groundbreaking for the assembly line was on April 8, 2013, and major construction has begun. Hiring for manufacturing jobs will continue into 2014.
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