Aeros Corporation doesn’t have any entry-level jobs posted, but their Careers page shows two job openings - one for pilots and another for engineers.

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Sometimes we come across companies that aren’t currently offering entry-level jobs but are just too cool to not post about immediately. Aeros Corporation is one of those companies. The people at Aeros think that they’ve seen the future of air travel, and it’s chubby looking – at least compared to the jets we travel on today. Why is it chubby? Because blimp-like airships are the future. Aeros currently considers themselves “the world’s leading lighter-than-air, FAA-certified aircraft manufacturing company;” however, the future lies in the Aeroscraft (you need to click the link to check it out) which is not quite lighter than air. It is to be a “partially buoyant craft [with] a rigid hull structure” that can takeoff and land vertically, hover for extended periods of time, land practically anywhere in any weather, and will be extremely safe.

Not Quite Lighter Than Air

Aeros Corporation has big plans for the Aeroscraft, and they’re working to make it happen. Still, we think this could just be a lot of hot air (FYI: they actually use helium to float the airships). A project like this is extremely ambitious, and changing the way people fly will not be an easy task. Aeros is certainly on the way, as you can see in their Photo Gallery and Videos. On the other hand, if Aeros is successful in changing the way we fly, it would be pretty freakin’ cool to say that you were a part of it. Only time will tell if travelers will choose the extreme comfort and luxury of the Aeroscraft over the speediness that jets currently offer.

Anyway, we prefaced this posted by saying that Montebello, CA based Aeros Corporation doesn’t have any entry-level jobs. Their Careers page shows two job openings – one for pilots and another for engineers. The pilot position is clearly out of reach for new college grads, and the engineering position requires 2 years of experience “in design of steel or aluminum structures or heavy machinery.” It’s possible that some new grads who majored in Mechanical, Structural, Design, or Aerospace engineering might be able to land these jobs, but we really can’t say. Aeros’ Careers page also says that they typically hire Avionics Engineers, Design Drafters, Mechanical Designers, Mechanical Engineers, Military Programs Manager, Pilots, Quality, Assurance Engineers, Sales and Marketing, Senior Engineers, System Engineers, Technical Writers, and Test Support Engineers. That means that cold calling might be a viable option with Aeros. They must do some entry-level hiring.

If you think the future of air travel includes partially buoyant craft, then you need to be working at Aeros. We’d love to see you help them succeed, but we realize that ambitions as grand as Aeros’ are really hard to achieve. We’ll see what happens.

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