Thursday, August 11, 2016
Consilium Recruit is excited to announce its recruitment partnership with AeroMobil, the Slovakian business that’s leading the charge in building what journalists have called, “the coolest flying car yet”
Based out of Bratislava, the tech start-up has been busy creating what will become the world’s first mass-produced flying car which uses regular automotive fuel and can be used on the road just like any other car. The only difference? You can take-off from any airport, legally approved grass strip or paved surface in the world, providing it’s a few hundred metres long.
With impressive growth plans for the international team and commercial deployment of the car, AeroMobil has chosen Consilium Recruit as one of the few companies to support it in finding the best talent to get the latest prototype of AeroMobil to next stage development.
Chosen due to our extensive knowledge and expertise in the Aero and Auto markets, we’ve already successfully placed The Head of Vehicle Engineering into the business and will continue to work with the team to finalise the placement of 3 more senior department heads with them.
As a result, we’re looking for exceptionally talented individuals to join the team and work alongside world-class engineers and managers that have extensive experience in Aerospace, Automotive and Formula One.
So, if you’d like to be part of the team that changes the face of long distance commuting, recreational flying and developing transportation as a service solution or if you’d like to find out more about the work we do in automotive and aero then get in touch with Steve Doyle email@example.com or Rob Young on firstname.lastname@example.org or 01789 201040.
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