Hispano-Suiza Polska kicks off plant construction and hiring
Sedziszow Małopolski, September 17, 2015
Hispano-Suiza Polska, the Polish subsidiary of Hispano-Suiza (Safran), has started the construction of a second plant and has begun to recruit new staff. This early recruitment gives Hispano-Suiza Polska the time needed to train staff for new positions.
The new plant requires highly qualified personnel, since it will make components and subassemblies for the state-of-the-art LEAP and Silvercrest jet engines from Snecma, a fellow Safran company. LEAP is an advanced turbofan engine that will power the new generation of single-aisle jets shortly to be introduced by Boeing, Airbus and Comac (China). Snecma's new Silvercrest engine will power new-generation business jets, including a new model from Dassault Aviation.
"We are hiring seasoned precision welders, numerical control machine operators, special process operators, quality inspectors, specialists in non-destructive testing, process engineers, quality engineers, fitters and other specialized staff," notes Kaja Zielonka-Foryś, Human Resources Manager for Hispano-Suiza Polska. Applications may be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org
Hispano-Suiza Polska is recruiting all qualified persons. The company will also provide training courses for candidates lacking certain specific qualifications and will offer excellent carrier development opportunities. These are permanent contracts, with full benefits, including in-service training, medical coverage, life insurance, etc. A work's council offers additional benefits.
Hispano-Suiza Polska's second plant will be located near National Highway 4 in Sedziszow Małopolski. It is designed to provide all employees with a comfortable and efficient work environment. For example, a special "solatube" system channels daylight to areas not located near windows, while ventilation units will be installed to ensure adequate cooling during the summer.
"Construction of the building itself will start in the fourth quarter of 2015, and the framework will be erected by the end of the year," said Józef Cisek, Hispano-Suiza Polska No. 2 plant project manager. Machinery and equipment will be installed by July 2016. We will start operations with two production lines for low-pressure turbine blades and one line for low-pressure compressor rotors."
Over the next few years, Hispano-Suiza Polska plans to hire more than 300 employees.
Hispano-Suiza Polska is the Polish subsidiary of the French company Hispano-Suiza (Safran), based in Sedziszow Małopolski. Opened in 2001, Hispano-Suiza Polska is specialized in machining and assembly operations for advanced components and modules used on jet engines powering today's leading aircraft, by Airbus, Boeing, etc.
Hispano-Suiza Polska's main product lines are gears and housings for the power transmissions on engines powering Boeing 737 and Airbus A320 single-aisle commercial jets. It is also actively developing in-house production of blades, stators and shaft bearing supports. In addition, Hispano-Suiza Polska supplies more than 400 different aircraft engine nacelle parts.
Hispano-Suiza Polska, one of the leading employers in southeastern Poland, has 600 employees and works with several dozen partners in the Podkarapacie region.
Safran is a leading international high-technology group with three core businesses: Aerospace (propulsion and equipment), Defence and Security. Operating worldwide, the Group has 69,000 employees and generated sales of 15.4 billion euros in 2014. Working alone or in partnership, Safran holds world or European leadership positions in its core markets. The Group invests heavily in Research & Development to meet the requirements of changing markets, including expenditures of 2 billion euros in 2014. Safran is listed on Euronext Paris and is part of the CAC40 index.
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Danuta MajkaCommunications Dept.Hispano-Suiza PolskaUl. Partyzantów 29
39-120 Sędziszów Małopolski
+48 533 406 566