Airport agency "[email protected]“Goes to the start

Photo: Cologne / Bonn Airport.
Photo: Cologne / Bonn Airport.

Airport agency "[email protected]“Goes to the start

Photo: Cologne / Bonn Airport.
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The Federal Employment Agency has the branch today together with the job centers of the region at Cologne-Bonn Airport [email protected] opened. The Airport Agency is primarily a job placement service for employers at the airport, but job seekers who are interested in working at the airport can also contact the Jobpoint. 

"We have teamed up with the surrounding employment agencies and job centers in order to offer a comprehensive range of services for the region together with employers," said Johannes Klapper, Chairman of the Cologne Employment Agency. “We're going where the posts are. And there are plenty of them at the airport for a wide variety of activities and industries. We can now serve these positions together with all agencies and job centers in the surrounding area. Because the airport offers many people in the entire Cologne / Bonn region an interesting working environment, ”continues Klapper.

The agencies Cologne, Bonn, Bergisch-Gladbach and the job centers Cologne, Bonn, Rhein-Sieg, Rhein-Berg and Leverkusen have put together a team of 16 employees and jointly operate the office at Terminal 2 (D West), which in future will be directly at the airport Cologne / Bonn to advise companies operating there and to place workers.

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