Boeing seeks to fill 70 positions at Titusville job fair


The Boeing Co. will hold a job fair on Wednesday to fill a variety of new positions.

Dee Russell, senior communications specialist for Boeing’s southeast region of government operations, said the company is looking to fill about 70 positions, most in Brevard County.

The event will take place from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Wednesday, May 25 at the Hyatt Place Hotel Titusville/Kennedy Space Center, 6299 Riverfront Blvd., Titusville.

Mark a milestone:Boeing Starliner docks with ISS marking NASA’s first simultaneous use of two crew vehicles

Modification of the Starliner command:Boeing Starliner chief to retire, but to stay until next flight test

Boeing is hiring for a variety of engineering, technician, and structural design positions to work on multiple programs, including the International Space Station, Starliner, and Space Launch System.

Russell said salaries for available positions range between $70,000 and $120,000 per year.

Boeing said “mid-level and senior-level experience will be considered, including transferable skills from other industries.”

Some positions require an active US Secret Security Clearance.

Boeing said it prefers candidates apply for open positions at https://bit.ly/May25CareerEvent before attending the event in person.

Boeing said its salaries and benefits include “market-competitive compensation,” comprehensive health and wellness benefits, paid time off, a 401(k) plan, and tuition assistance, as well as “other development resources and employee skills development”. Relocation reimbursement will be available for certain positions.

“To attract and retain the most qualified talent, we offer one of the most competitive benefits in the industry,” Boeing said of its recruiting efforts. “We also strive to ensure that our culture creates an environment where talented people feel encouraged and supported to grow their careers and do their best, so they can have great careers and lives.”

Boeing does not disclose its workforce in individual communities. But Russell said the company has about 2,730 employees at multiple locations in Florida, supporting both defense and commercial customers in space, aircraft modifications and sustainment, and aircraft services. commercial aviation. The largest concentrations of these employees are at the Kennedy Space Center and in Fort Walton Beach, Jacksonville and Miami.

Boeing develops, manufactures and services commercial aircraft, defense products and space systems for customers in more than 150 countries.

“At Boeing, our employees innovate and collaborate to make the world a better place,” the company said in a statement. “Our teams create powerful technologies, services and products that connect the world, protect freedom and advance scientific discovery from the seabed to outer space.”

Dave Berman is a business writer at FLORIDA TODAY. Contact Berman at [email protected] Twitter: @bydaveberman.

Support local journalism and journalists like me. Subscribe today.

Previous 3 important points to remember when hiring job seekers with old convictions
Next Port of Colombo in Sri Lanka, container terminals ensure normal services despite the crisis