Wed, Oct 17, 2012
Facility Needs Employees For Added Completions Work in 2013
Gulfstream Aerospace Corp. says it plans to increase employment at its Brunswick, GA, facility by approximately 20 percent in the next year to support growing volume in completions work. The site currently has 174 employees, including nearly 90 technicians.
“Adding about 35 positions is significant growth for Gulfstream Brunswick and a boost to the community as a whole,” said Mark Burns, president, Gulfstream Product Support. “As we grow, customers can continue to count on the personalized service Gulfstream Brunswick’s employees are known for and the outstanding interiors they produce.”
Completions work includes the design, selection and installation of the cabin configuration and layout, furniture, seats, carpets and sidewall treatments, entertainment and communication systems, and galley and lavatory fixtures.
Gulfstream Brunswick is home to a completions center and service center, and has approximately 55,000 square feet of hangar space. In 2011, its employees serviced more than 100 aircraft.
Gulfstream Brunswick is located at the Brunswick Golden Isles Airport (KBQK).
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