13. February 2014 16:14
For the Love of AvjobsFor the Love of Avjobs
Avjobs can help you find the aviation job of your dreams. A job that you love with a company that has a culture you love. See what some of our customer have to say…
I’ve been using this site for over 8 years and have always had really good success with it! Scott S
I love the new Avjobs.com web site! It’s super easy to use and I can apply for jobs without having to register or login. I’ve bookmarked some of my favorite pages and will visit often to see the latest job vacancies. Thank you for keeping ,e up to date on the latest job vacancies. Trevor Z
Love this site. Thanks for posting available jobs. Excellent staff! Andi D
Thank you Avjobs for helping me find the job of my dreams! Without this website I don't think I would have been chosen for the job. Avjobs helped me with an amazing resume and helpful tips with the application process. If you are searching for a career in the aviation world, I would highly recommend this site. At least check it out. Thanks again Avjobs! Shannon S
As a former recruiter I can say that companies typically do pay to get a pool of qualified applicants. In this day and age they want the best bang for their buck and the market is very competitive. Utilizing Avjobs can help transition people as well as newcomers to companies they may not have considered or that don't advertise through conventional methods. Avjobs has 25 years of proven connections worldwide. As someone who is transitioning as well I had to ask; Why would I limit myself to what only I can find? Chris G
Do what you love. Love what you do.
Register with Avjobs today and you just might find the aviation job that you love. [More]
20. November 2013 08:50
What happens when I apply online for a job thats posted on Avjobs.com?
Employers receive your resume and cover letter via email and also within their applicant tracking folders on Avjobs. You receive a confirmation page that your resume and cover letter was sent successfully. You may or may not also receive an email from the Employer confirming the receipt of your resume. Please note that some Employers and Recruiters may not respond immediately to your resume submission, and some may not respond at all. After you apply for a job, your complete application is then listed in your Job Cart under the Jobs I have Applied for section and can be tracked from there. Note Some employers use the Apply button to take you directly to their company website. For those job applications, and for applications that you send directly to the company via email, fax, or postal mail, a record of the application will not show up on your Jobs I have Applied for page unless you print the required documents from the job posting using the Avjobs automated document preparation system. [More]
5. September 2013 08:09
How can I apply for a job that doesn't include an Apply link and has no contact information?
Unfortunately this happens once in a while. Contact us with information on the job posting number, job title and company name. Well need to contact the company so they can update the job posting to include an apply method. [More]
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]
4. January 2012 16:30
You can use the Aviation Directory to find aviation companies by location or company name and utilize the contact information to get in touch with potential employers, even allowing you to send invitations to view your resume via e-mail, print and fax your pertinent information and even map the location of the company. [More]
5. December 2011 08:47
Remember, getting a job is a two way street. Many job seekers assume that the employers have the upper hand, and that they have many applicants to choose from. Give yourself the "upper-hand"; apply for as many positions as you possibly can, in the end, you are the one who decides whether you want to take the job. [More]