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Airbus’ Skyways drone trials world’s first shore-to-ship deliveries  

Airbus’ Skyways drone trials world’s first shore-to-ship deliveries

Lufthansa orders 20 additional A350-900 wide-body aircraft  

Lufthansa orders 20 additional A350-900 wide-body aircraft

Air Senegal receives Africa’s first A330neo  

Air Senegal receives Africa’s first A330neo

Women defining the aerospace industry of today – and the future  

Women defining the aerospace industry of today – and the future

Airbus Helicopters unveils new H145 at Heli-Expo 2019  

Airbus Helicopters unveils new H145 at Heli-Expo 2019

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Airbus’ Skyways drone trials world’s first shore-to-ship deliveries

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How the A400M is built: The A400M’s “nose job”

How the A400M is built:  The A400M’s “nose job”

A new transatlantic link for Airbus’ assembly network

A new transatlantic link for Airbus’ assembly network
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Jorge, HR manager

“Working is more about being useful rather than being important,” says Jorge who has been with the company for the 13 years. He entered as a financial controller, and later decided to change his topic. “I enjoy working in HR. It is all about connecting people: making a new good network with people and trying to join forces for better working together.“ During his normal workday, Jorge is frequently switching between Spanish, English, German and French. Although the language competence has been a great help, he admits that this is not enough to succeed in HR. “If you are not humble, if you are not emphatic, if you are not flexible, then all these languages skills are not useful for anything.“

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María, Digital Transformation Office

"The digitalisation of the shopfloor is undoubtedly a key factor capable of providing important improvements in relation to quality, efficiency, costs and the product" says María. Her goal is to incorporate digitalisation at the production plants of all the Airbus divisions. To get the real shopfloor experience she put on a set of overalls and spent a week there working with the operators. "You don't really understand what their work is all about until you put yourself in their position".

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Enrique, autopilot specialist

Designing the new generation of self-flying aircraft: this is the mission of Enrique. “In fact, our technology can take care of everything from just after the take-off until the landing,” he says. Originally from Colombia, he started in Airbus in 2017 as an intern, during his dual degree master studies in France. Once finished, he got the opportunity to continue the same project as an employee.

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Amanda, Business Analyst for IT logistics

Originally from the Caribbean, she attended university in France on a scholarship, then completed her studies in Germany. Not familiar with Airbus at first, a strange looking plane called the Beluga caught her interest. Today Amanda designs and develops our next generation tools supporting the logistics domain and making proposals to best migrate from current IT logistic systems to newer digital ones.

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Jacob, Craft Apprentice

‘I enjoy being a part of such a well renowned and prestigious company, I am proud to say that I am an apprentice at Airbus. I especially feel that when people are going on an aircraft and I can say -I help to build these-”. Want to experience a strong sense of pride for the work you do just like Jacob? Hurry up, applications for Craft Apprenticeships in Commercial Aircraft will close on 3rd March!

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Ye, Supply Chain and Quality Manager

Born in China and raised in Germany, Ye has a bicultural background. She loves Airbus for its dynamic and diversity. Ye joined Airbus in 2009, she is responsible for major airframe components and works on many transfers, improvement projects at key Airbus suppliers covering activities requiring various skills: “We coordinate cross-functionally, monitor and drive changes at our suppliers to contribute to development and mitigate industrial risks. We work by targeting operational excellence through continuous improvement in everything we do.” 

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Disability is not a barrier at Airbus

Airbus promotes equal opportunities and supports people with both visible and non-visible (dis)ability. Different initiatives across the company are aimed at boosting awareness and above all encouraging dialogue on the important contribution employees with disabilities make to the company every day. Following the International Day of Persons with Disability, six apprentices and dual students share their experiences working in an inclusive environment at Airbus.

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Marie, Procurement Digital Culture Officer

As a part of the Digital Transformation project, Marie focuses on the company’s business and its culture transformation. “What I loved about joining this team is that we all have the same ambition to transform the ways of working thanks to the digital tools we are developing!” Marie’s goal is to help Airbus employees flourish and be happy at work. To make it possible, she acts as an energizer of the company: “I am glad to contribute to create a better working environment”.

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Marcus, cyber security analyst

Marcus helps protect our company and our customers, working on Vulnerability Assessment/Management, IOC-Sharing, Threat Intelligence and Incident Response. “I very much enjoy the direct contact and support of internal and external customers. This gives me the chance to work on a variety of topics as a Cyber Security Analyst – from finding a company’s malware breakout, to detecting Internet abuse for illegal activities or analyzing millions of loglines to find that “one bad actor”, using diverse tools and techniques.”

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Francesca, Graduate Programme

"Diversity is one of my favourite aspects about working at Airbus. There are 130 nationalities in this company so it's impossible not to make friends from every corner of the world. I really enjoy the enriching experience of working with people from diverse backgrounds"

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Rey, head of the Airbus BizLab in Hamburg

"At Airbus you can experience everything without having to change companies."

Together with his team, Rey helps startups and Airbus intrapreneurs speed up the transformation of innovative ideas into valuable businesses.

 

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Marion, Sales Contracts Negotiator

Marion began as a VIE at Airbus Helicopters in Canada, about a year ago she started working as a Sales Contracts Negotiator in Toulouse. “Facing the customer is challenging. It is about finding the right solutions for your customers businesswise while assessing and measuring the risks and the exposure for your company”. Her job allows her to travel around the world, her last 3 destinations? Fiji, Oslo and Stockholm.

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Gang Luo, CEO of Airbus China Innovation Centre

It’s in July 2017 that Airbus China Innovation Centre (ACIC) was established in Shenzhen. The objective now is to grow the team. The ACIC's goals are to develop a hardware lab that uses the unique eco-system in Shenzhen to design parts quickly and at low cost, they also aim to improve the passenger experience through new business models and new hardware including consumer electronics, virtual reality and augmented reality. To achieve these goals, people are needed to deliver the first wave of projects. Candidates’ profiles need to be tech savvy, but they also have to work fast and be very commercially minded.

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