Budget airline Jet2 have launched a big recruitment drive, with hundreds of Leeds-based roles up for grabs.

The positions range from executive-level to ground operations, and are permanent and based at Jet2’s offices in Leeds city centre, or Leeds Bradford Airport.

According to The Yorkshire Post, these are some of the jobs you will be able to apply for:

  • Crew roster analyst in the sales and planning team
  • Group sales manager in the call centre
  • Passenger services supervisor in the airport team
  • App developers in the marketing team
  • Studio artwork manager in the marketing team
  • Maintenance planner in the airport team
  • Repairs co-ordinator in the purchasing team
  • Overseas operations executive
  • Regional manager for the Croatia, Bulgaria, Italy and cities market
  • Flight dispatchers at Leeds Bradford Airport
  • General manager in the flight safety team
  • Airline revenue analyst
  • Flight planning and air traffic control co-ordinator
  • Head of UK airports
  • General manager for the eastern Mediterranean region – with extensive travel
  • Licensed engineer at the LBA hangars
  • Overseas risk and safety manager for Italy, Malta and Portugal – with extensive travel
  • Photography production manager in the marketing team
  • Fleet management engineer at LBA
  • Baggage handlers
  • Passenger service agents at LBA
  • Schedules planning executive
  • Warehouse operative at the Yeadon stores
  • Aircraft configuration controller

We also have the following currently available for you to apply via our website:

  • Crew Records Co-ordinator
  • GM – Flight Safety
  • Compliance Assurance Surveyor (Operations)
  • Flight Operations Development Analyst
  • Operations Controller
  • Flight Planning ATC Coordinator
  • Pilot Apprentice


Interested? Browse Jet2 jobs in Leeds now:


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