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Airbus posts first job opening for Mobile facility

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On Thursday, Airbus Americas posted the first job opening for its Mobile, Alabama-based manufacturing facility. This is the next milestone step in establishing the A320 Family assembly line in the U.S.

In conjunction with AIDT, the company's Alabama-based recruiting partner, Airbus is seeking a qualified candidate to fill the role of Director of Human Resources. The successful candidate will be named in the first quarter of 2013.

"From the day we announced our intent to build an assembly line in Mobile, Alabama, we've been inundated with requests for information about how to work there. I'm so pleased to say we're beginning the process with this first job posting. It's just one more significant step towards the reality of a U.S.-based Airbus manufacturing site," said Allan McArtor, Chairman-Airbus Americas.

The full job description and directions for submitting resumés through AIDT can be found at

http://www.airbus.com/work/experienced-candidates/opportunities-in-the-usa/manufacturing-inmobile/ or www.aidt.edu/jobs.

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