Bristol Airport (BRS) was opened in 1957 and is located eight miles south-west of Bristol city centre on the A38 (Google Maps). It is the second busiest airport in the South West of England, after Exeter Airport. The airport has a single passenger terminal and is served by a number of airlines, including easyJet, Ryanair, and British Airways. Bristol Airport is a major economic driver for the region, and it supports over 10,000 jobs.
Airport operations form the heart of the experience for customers, vital frontline roles ranging from Baggage Handlers to Vehicle Drivers. These role pay well - north of £30,000 per year and involve physical and outdoors roles with motivated teams running real operations.
A number of private employers contract with Bristol City Airport for ops and logistics including DHL for handing freight, and ICTS managing airport security.
On the Retail & Hospitality front, Living Wage jobs from Boots, Caffè Nero and Hilton include the following roles: Sales Assistants, Kitchen Porters, and a variety of Front of House roles including Baristas and Waiters.