Singapore has developed into a robust global air hub with leading aerospace industry. With over 100 aerospace companies in Singapore, we possess nose-to-tail capabilities that include Maintenance, Repair and Overhaul (MRO), manufacturing and other aerospace-related services. With these core competencies and coupled with our high regards on quality and safety, we are recognised as a one-stop solutions provider for airlines’ Maintenance and Repair needs. With Singapore’s focus on science and engineering education as well as respect for intellectual property, more leading aerospace Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs) and suppliers are carrying out a variety of manufacturing activities in the country.
How does e2i support the Aerospace industry?
- e2i provides recruitment assistance through our community and industry-specific job fairs as well as back-end referral.
- If you would like to apply for jobs (e.g. technician, machinist, etc.) in the aerospace companies, please send your resume to [email protected]. Please indicate the subject as “Interested to join aerospace sector”.
- e2i collaborated with CAAS for the Aviation Open House (AOH) The biennial AOH provides a platform for the aviation community to showcase the career and education opportunities in the aviation industry to reach out to jobseekers as well as school-going youths.
The e2i Onsite Recruitment Fair provides jobseekers with the opportunities to attend interviews with the various aviation companies and potentially secure a job.
- Since 2010, over 500 job seekers has been placed through e2i’s intervention.
- e2i has been working closely with industry partners to develop training programmes for individuals to up-skill and progress in their career.
- Place-and-Train programme for Aerospace Technician3 This programme allows trainees to undergo 6-12 months training as trainee technicians with an Aerospace company. The programme has successfully placed more than 200 locals to date.
- SAR 66 Conversion Training for Aerospace Technicians e2i helps to up-skill General Technicians to become Certifying Technicians via SAR 66 training and exam papers. Upon passing out from the course, these workers will receive a minimum salary increment of up to 20%.
3 This programme has ceased.
This is to allow the students to have a better understanding of the Aerospace industry through the lens of global companies and explore their general career progression and skills upgrading opportunities within the company and the industry.