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The People management policies, governing the integrated management and development of human resources, separate Company staff into five macro profiles: Manager, Professional, Graduate, Staff and Worker, identifying for each individual profile the most suitable recruitment and selection, performance assessment, growth and reward criteria. Our managerial system allows identifying key skills and the planning of professional career profiles consistently with the company's development process, and in line with individual ambitions and motivations
Managerial positions within the Group are key and involve the management of organizational and operating systems, including complex ones.Responsibilities include the ability to work well on their own to guarantee increasingly efficient-oriented resource management, and to achieve the goals set out by the company. Managerial profiles are recruited according to the specific requirements arising in different professional contexts that applicants should check by going through the job vacancies available.
Working in a business like the air transport sector, which is characterized by constantly changing and erratic scenarios, and where the competitive advantage is represented by the professional skills and experience of its staff, developing and strengthening expertise allows responding quickly to business dynamics, by providing decision-making support.
In particular, Professionals specialize in activities that require a high degree of expertise, and their assignments encompass the assessment, programming and planning of major company processes.
Professional profiles are recruited according to the specific requirements arising in different professional contexts that applicants should check by going through the job vacancies available.
The integration and development of young graduates is considered a strategic commitment by the company, as it is conducive to the growth of a future rich in know-how and competences that are deemed necessary to guarantee the steady progress and success of the Group. Hence, the policy adopted is a system made of values, behaviours and know-how that can benefit young graduates, consistently with the strategy pursued by the Group. Quick learners, inquisitive and eager to learn, with a penchant for innovation and motivated to grow, the young graduates joining the Graduate scheme are trained to support their professional growth. Priority is given to the recruitment of young graduates with company-based internship experience. Internships further enhance their employment opportunities, representing the main gateway to work, developing experience within a company through Graduate assignments.
ADR offers "on-site" training to diploma holders, graduates and postgraduates attending specialization courses, to take mutual advantage of their respective opportunities, according to the contexts and regulations provided for by the law. Internship experience is connected with specific projects to implement in different areas of the company, and normally lasts six months, allowing interns to settle in the organization and to acquire as much relevant and comprehensive experience as possible. During training, a manager in charge of placing interns within a specific area of the company, will act as a tutor, helping them to integrate, and providing them with relevant training and tools that they will need to use in order to fulfil the project assigned, and whose overall outcome will be eventually assessed. ADR implements internships in agreement with universities and other academic institutions, schools and job centres, across a number of relevant professional contexts.
Airport staff set passengers and the public opinion's initial impression of ADR Group, and are strongly focused on customer service and operational problem-solving, showing specific professional skills that are enhanced through classroom and on-the-job training.
Service activities include:
- Information to the public
- ADR retail shops
- Airport security
A form on line is available to job applications under 32. Applicants must hold an Italian secondary school diploma or an equivalent foreign school certificate. Knowledge of the English language (and preferably other languages), consistently with the role assigned, is also required. In the form, applicants should specify their availability to work on a temporary, part-time or full-time basis.