AEAC picks up where FAPA left off and offers much more
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Jobs available for all levels
2 October 1996
The Airline Employment Assistance Corps. has made no secret recently about our growing collection of FREE services to Aviation Related Employers and the immensely popular reception given to them by our customers. Our services today are being delivered through the World Wide Web, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, from the privacy of our customers own homes and offices.
Not only have our customers overwhelmingly given The Airline Employment Assistance Corps. an enthusiastic "thumbs up," but they’ve told us that they are actually going out of their way to use The Airline Employment Assistance Corps. to help them save time and money. And, while we’re enormously gratified by customer response, equally exciting events are taking place on the technical development side of our Web operations.
Eighteen months ago, The Airline Employment Assistance Corps. began undertaking a modernization program which would upgrade our existing mail order products and services to a fully interactive self serve Web Site on the Internet. Through that process, The Airline Employment Assistance Corps. has and will continue to stand behind our motto: "We Help People Get Jobs!" The Airline Employment Assistance Corps. provides information and assistance for both the aviation industry as well as individuals through employment information and related services.
As employers and job seekers look for each other today, there is a very good chance they are missing each other using classified ads. By allowing aviation related employers to advertise available positions with us ABSOLUTELY FREE, we help them find more highly qualified, career oriented employees with global exposure. The users of our services are quickly realizing the cost savings associated with our centralized clearinghouse. Because our service is available globally on the Internet, employers enter their information directly to our Global Employment Registration Book (GERB) at their convenience. Likewise, job seekers may view the GERB at their leisure.
Like the GERB, The Airline Employment Assistance Corps. features a vast wealth of aviation related information. Web pages offer Free Aviation Employment Software (developed in-house by The Airline Employment Assistance Corps.), published AOPA resume standards, On-line resume placement for employer viewing, Published Pilot & Flight Attendant qualifications and requirements, Careers Table for industry awareness, Salary Relocation Calculator, Aviation Pictures, 350+ links to other Aviation Web Sites, and much more. Equally important, as The Airline Employment Assistance Corps. reduces costs for both employers and job seekers, 24 hour availability, self service/automation, global operations and exposure assist in keeping employer services ABSOLUTELY FREE.
The Future Aviation Professionals of America, based in Atlanta, has closed its doors and laid off all workers indefinitely following a dispute with the IRS over back taxes. In their absence, The Airline Employment Assistance Corps. will help to fill the gap by offering employment information that encompasses all aspects of the industry from Pilots to Administrative Assistants and Airport Managers to Aerospace Engineers. If you are looking for airline, airport, aerospace, or aviation industry employment, we
The Airline Employment Assistance Corps. has served employers and job seekers well during more than 8 years of service. Fully appreciating the flexibility and reliability of our services, we’re anxious to step forward again with our new Web Services to serve our customers throughout the world. We’re excited about the change and know you’ll be the first to appreciate the difference.