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Dublin Airport Authority

Dublin Airport Authority

Dublin Airport Authority (daa) is an airport management company with circa 2,500 employees.

The group has a turnover of some €500 million, across four business divisions, including a significant international presence, and has securities listed on the Stock Exchange.  Headquartered at Dublin Airport, DAA's principal activities include the operation and management of Dublin and Cork airports and global airport retailing through our subsidiary Aer Rianta International (ARI).

In 2013 Dublin Airport handled 20.2 million passengers, a 6% increase over 2012, and the third consecutive year of traffic growth at the airport

Overall rating
3
Based on 12 employee reviews
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  • Work/Life balance
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Dublin Airport Authority Jobs
(3)

Change Manager - daa transformation

  • Not disclosed
  • Updated 18/10/2017
  • Dublin

Experienced Change Manager sought to support transformation programme at daa.

Campus Energy Officer

  • See description
  • Updated 16/10/2017
  • Dublin

A role has arisen within Dublin Airport for an Energy Officer to join the Asset Care team.

Airside Safety Compliance Officer

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  • Updated 16/10/2017
  • Dublin

Corporate Airside Safety Compliance Officer working across Dublin and Cork airports. This role will support the co-ordination of aviation safety policy development and compliance activities at Dublin and Cork airports in accordance with national and international legislative requirements.

Dublin Airport Authority reviews
(12)

A good employer, it has opportunities, small changes can make them be great

Anonymous in Dublin Airport, Ireland
current employee in N 2017
18/08/2017

The Best Bits

The daily challenges of dealing with operations, maintenance and the public

Things to improve

Work life balance, shift pay and benefits but it's a good place to work

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Great place to work but need to modernise

Anonymous in Dublin Airport, Ireland
current employee in O 2017
14/04/2017

The Best Bits

Great variety of work and almost endless opportunities for advanced analytics to be applied to complex business problems

Things to improve

Huge resistance to change in some areas, people can be unwilling To Help or share information

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Flying low at DAA

Anonymous in Dublin, Ireland
former employee in 2016
29/11/2016

The Best Bits

the people are great especially when you are new as they are very helpfull

Things to improve

Training for staff needs to be greatly improved

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