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5 days ago

Ground Operations Agent

British Airways Heathrow, England

Handling our customers luggage is a huge operation. For every flight that departs and arrives, passenger bags have to be moved correctly and… Reed.co.uk


30+ days ago

Customer Service Representative

British Airways Heathrow, England

We have a number of opportunities on a temporary part-time basis for a seven month fixed-term contract. As a British Airways Customer Service… Reed.co.uk


5 days ago

Cargo Handling Agent

British Airways Heathrow, England

In our front line roles whether you are assisting a customer at check-in, loading bags in and out of the aircraft or dispatching valuable freight… Reed.co.uk


11 days ago

Programme Manager

British Airways Plc Heathrow, England

Programme Manager British Airways London Heathrow Competitive salary As a Programme Manager at British Airways, you will become part of our journey… Adzuna


22 hrs ago

Multi media executive – new

British Airways Heathrow, England +2 locations

Whether you are writing a message to British Airways employees, updating the latest news on our intranet, or working with colleagues to storyboard a… experteer.co.uk


22 hrs ago

Senior programme manager – new

British Airways Heathrow, England

Closing Date: 24 January 2015 Job Purpose Responsible for the successful delivery of one or more large, Strategic Programme(s… experteer.co.uk


22 hrs ago

Commercial Partner Airline Analyst – new

British Airways Heathrow, England

Responsible for developing and building relationships with partner airlines and engaging the IAG Cargo commercial teams to drive contribution on the… experteer.co.uk


22 hrs ago

Investigations and policy manager – new

British Airways Heathrow, England

Managing, coordinating and developing Asset Protection staff, you will lead and oversee intelligence led security investigations worldwide… experteer.co.uk


22 hrs ago

Commercial analyst Revenue planning & forecasting – new

British Airways Heathrow, England

Closing Date: 18 January 2015 We have an exciting opportunity for an experienced Analyst to join our Revenue Planning & Forecasting team. The role… experteer.co.uk


22 hrs ago

Property development manager – new

British Airways Heathrow, England

You will be accountable for planning, coordination, control and financia… experteer.co.uk


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    Varied career, see the world. But you could earn more elsewhere......

    • Comp & Benefits
    • Work/Life Balance
    • Senior Management
    • Culture & Values
    • Career Opportunities
    Current Employee - IT Project Manager in Hounslow, England (UK)
    Current Employee - IT Project Manager in Hounslow, England (UK)

    I have been working at British Airways full-time (more than 10 years)

    Pros

    -Chance to develop your career and experience across a diversity of organisational functions (customer services, engineering, finance, marketing, IT, operations).
    -Staff travel is good if you pick your dates of travel and destinations wisely (i.e don't expect to breeze onto a flight to Orlando/Barbados in peak season).
    -Good work life balance compared with some companies.
    -A truly fascinating industry. Still learning after many, many years. Some great people to work with across a diversity of departments.

    Cons

    -Unless you make it well up what is becoming an increasingly flat structure (so there is a lot of competition for middle/senior mgmt roles), the money is average to reasonable at best. If you want to be rich quickly, you're probably looking in the wrong place.
    -Can be a bit bureaucratic at times.
    -A very cyclic industry. Aviation is normally first into any downturn, so pick your moment to make your move.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    -Think strategically. Too much evidence of trying to keep the bean counters happy, and not enough focus on the customer. You can't keep cutting costs and expect to be able to sustain a high quality product.

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