Embraer, a Brazilian aerospace corporation, aims to hire up to 1,000 people in Brazil, citing the aviation industry’s recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic as well as the company’s continuous expansion.
Embraer will focus on areas like as production rate recovery, services and support growth, product development, and new business in its new hiring campaign.
“These hires materialize the strategic plan that includes the resumption of aviation growth and all investment in technology, innovation, and new businesses at Embraer. We are very excited about the market prospects that generate career opportunities in several areas of the company,” said Carlos Alberto Griner, vice-president of People, ESG and Communication.
Griner added: “Alongside the talents of traditional educational programs that meet the needs of accelerated qualification and natural replacement of professionals, the new employees will contribute to our efforts to have a more agile and competitive company in an increasingly flexible and diverse work environment.”
Embraer anticipates a 15% to 25% increase in aircraft deliveries in 2022 compared to the previous year.
The Embraer Group has roughly 18,000 employees at the end of 2021.
As the tourism and travel industries recover from the COVID-19 epidemic, the aviation industry is gearing up for the summer season of 2022.
However, the industry is experiencing staffing issues as a result of the enormous number of personnel placed on furlough during the global health crisis, as well as a spike in air travel demand leading up to this year’s popular summer season.