Propeller Airports announced today that resumes are now being collected “in anticipation of the County leadership moving forward with this historic economic development project.”
The “historic economic development project” is the controversial . Last week, the Gwinnett County Board of Commissioners from firms interested in privatizing the airport.
Propeller is one of three companies .
said his objective, should Propeller be the company selected by the county to privatize Briscoe Field, would be to try and fill jobs locally.
“With close to and over 35,000 people searching for jobs right here in Gwinnett, there is certainly no shortage of qualified, quality people that would like nothing more than to get back to work,” Smith said in a released statement.
According to the Propeller Airport release, positions that would be needed include IT professionals, customer service agents, building and construction personnel, ground and ramp technicians, operations specialists, airfield maintenance and security staff, as well as business development, sales and administrative staff.
“If Briscoe Field is permitted to be redeveloped and its use realigned, the people of Gwinnett County should benefit first,” Smith said.
Propeller is currently hiring on a limited basis. Interested applicants may submit resumes to firstname.lastname@example.org.
“Based on the economic impact and job creation statistics reported from hundreds of airports worldwide, Propeller firmly believes that the opportunity to put people back to work and create value is significant and will make a substantial difference for the County in these times of economic hardship,” the release states.
For more about Propeller Airports, visit www.flybriscoe.com.