I enjoyed my time at Airbus Group. I started on the hanger floor an Aircraft Technician (Mechanical), then later moved into a training position as the Training Coordinator.
Made redundant due to the retirement of the aircraft type from service.
Great staff and management.
Can't think of anything that I particularly disliked.
Production Team Member (Former Employee) - Brisbane QLD - 16 August 2017
While the work is not hard and pay is good, there is little advancement opportunities.
Management (and other) positions are already decided well in advance and if you don't have someone above you looking out for you, you won't advance.
I was treated as if I were a normal employee at the company and quickly got to know people. I was given a badge, introduced to the people in the workplace and got straight into the work, wasting no time.
The business is great for being a family orientated business, hardworking but great teamwork and support from management and other departments as well. You don't feel alone and you are provided with the support to keep yourself motivated and achieve your own goals.
You do get complimented for your own work in some way or form and the rewards are worth it. The hardest part about the job though is trying to avoid conflict of interest and sometimes not meeting the KPI demands.