14. June 2012 14:10
Although Avjobs.com applicants are applying for jobs available in the Avjobs Applicant System, other applicants appear to be taking the day off?
A recent survey from the Manpower Group cited that almost 41% of employers in North America are reporting difficulty in filling positions due to the lack of available talent. According to Manpower, "This figure represents the highest proportion of employers reporting difficulty since the start of the economic downturn in 2008 and a 4% increase over last year's survey" [More]
13. June 2012 09:18
Experienced general aviation, A&P mechanic, wanted! Performing annual inspections on Beech, Cessna, Piper, and Mooney. Self motivated, hard-working, and attention to detail is a must. Good pay and benefits to qualifying individuals. Position is not for a supervisor or management; it is a working position with no paperwork duties. Serious general aviation mechanics only need to apply.
Please reference Avjobs when applying for this position. [More]
13. June 2012 08:56
As of 6/13/2012, Aircraft Engineering Inc is actively recruiting for this Office Assistant position.Be sure to send your resume for this position using the "Send Resume" button or the phone, fax, email, and instructions provided on this page. Please visit the Aircraft Engineering Inc web site for any additional details or information. [More]
7. June 2012 16:06
Why is it free?
The Platinum Partnership is designed to provide added value and rewards to aviation organizations and associations. Its our way of saying "Thank You" for all you do to strengthen and support our industry. [More]
5. June 2012 15:32
The Windows 7 Feed Reader Gadget works great, and it's a pleasant surprise to have the information at your fingertips (or on your desktop) whenever you want it. Although it's not as robust as Google Reader, it's good enough for keeping track of feeds in real-time which can be handy for aviation news or job announcements! [More]
30. May 2012 07:30
WHAT EMPLOYERS LOOK FOR IN A RESUME
It's important that your resume be as strong and positive as possible. An incomplete resume tells employers that you are not serious about yourself. And if you are not serious about yourself, you are probably not serious about the job you are eyeing, either.
With your resume before them, employers can visualize how you will operate within the framework of their corporation, and how your skills and abilities will be utilized in the future development of the company. Make yourself fit the job. [More]