CBSbutler has built up contacts through years of work in the in-flight entertainment industry, allowing it to match skilled candidates with employers from multi-national companies.
In-flight entertainment jobs are provided by organisations such as Thales Avionics who offer audio-video on demand (AVOD) and internet-protocol derived television (IPTV) systems to civil aircraft, promoting on-board connectivity. With thousands of domestic and international flights across a variety of airlines offering customers in-flight entertainment systems on a regular basis, there is a pressing need for specialists in in-flight entertainment to maintain and improve software connectivity and content loading on flights.
Technical expertise in software coding and programming are just two of the skills individuals looking for a career in the in-flight entertainment industry may need. Customer-facing jobs are available, as well as management-level opportunities for devoted and skilled individuals. IFE technicians (In-Flight Technicians) work on-board aeroplanes to upgrade content loading systems; customer service representatives meet flights as they arrive to solve any problems flight crew report with in-flight entertainment systems. Coding jobs are available for lab technicians looking to design software that loads in-flight films, music and telephony services to millions of passengers each year.
CBSbutler’s in-flight entertainment recruitment services
With contacts to companies from Panasonic to Rockwell Collins, CBSbutler pride themselves on their specialised recruitment services, matching engaged and skilled professionals with interested international employers. If you are seeking a job in the in-flight entertainment sector, we can provide you with the connections you need to succeed.