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Q. Suggestion or Request as reported by user:
In the military, we use quite a few acronyms. When I attempt to make an entry in my work history with more than one consecutive capital letter (i.e., US Army) and save it, my resume shows Us Army. The capitalization is not correct and automatically is converted to normal sentence case. This looks very strange to me and undoubtedly looks strange to others.  How do I correct this?

A. Response or Answer as provided by Avjobs:
You point is well understood.  As a former military member myself I completely understand.

Over the years many users of the applicant system carelessly entered their personal information IN ALL CAPS, all lowercase and a mixture of both.

Many employers and recruiting managers complained that these applicants appeared to be careless, and/or did not pay attention to detail.  (In the world of aviation, safety and efficiency are tied very closely to these factors.)

This was a huge challenge for Avjobs as we cannot personally review each and every piece of data entry provided by our users.

A lot of discussion was had over this issue, and an executive decision was made (well above me) to automatically correct these errors for applicants to give them a bit of help in the process.

Unfortunately, we can't have it both ways, so the data is either corrected, or not.  And as of now… it is.

As a former military member myself... 
May I suggest "United States Army" as an alternative and solution to the problem?
Technically this is correct and should appear more professional and respectful of your commitment to our country.  Employers and recruiting managers will also notice the difference and professionalism that separates you from other applicants.

Alternatively, you may also place a space between the U and the S as in U S Army, or a period should also work as in U.S. Army.

For future reference - the system automatically capitalizes the first letter appearing after a space or period. (Sentence Case)
 
Sincerely,
The Avjobs Crew

Overseas Job postings

Aircraft Mechanic II (MA) (23022). Expected duties include - Removes and installs aircraft subsystem assemblies such as engines, rotors, gearboxes, transmissions, mechanical flight controls and their components. Services and lubricates aircraft and subsystems. Prepare aircraft for inspections and maintenance checks. Performs scheduled inspections and assists in performing special inspections. Performs limited maintenance operational checks and assists in diagnosing and troubleshooting aircraft subsystems using special tools and equipment as required. Uses and performs operator maintenance on tools, special tools and aircraft ground support equipment. Prepare forms and records related to aircraft maintenance and use applicable STAMIS systems. Shall have the ability to use respiratory protective equipment (RPE) and wear protective clothing and equipment (PCE) while performing duties involving access to chemical surety material. Contractor shall not be assigned to tasks requirin the use of respirators without prior medical evaluation. This medical evaluation will consist of the requirements listed in AR 40-5, TB MED 502/DLAM 1000.2, and TB MED 509. The government installation medical authority (IMA) will review the medical status of respirator users at least annually. Mechanic skill sets shall be broken down according to aircraft type or weapon system supported.

These skill sets include, but are not limited to:

AH-64, CH-47, OH-58, UH/HH-60 Helicopters - Includes all model variations (currently A and D). Military service schooling, FAA Airframe and Powerplant (A&P) license or equivalent shall be required to perform duties. The mechanic II shall be qualified by aircraft type with a minimum of Three (3) years aviation maintenance experience.

Compensation Details
Afghanistan -
Compensation: $98,148.77
Project Incentive Pay: $6000
Total Compensation: $104,148.77

Kuwait - $93,574.00
(Sheet metal) Structura Worker) (MS) (23022). This mechanic maintains repairs and modifies aircraft structures and structural components of moderate difficulty, maintains and repairs aircraft components including but not limited to flight controls, engines, hydraulics, pneumatics, fuel systems, and mechanical components, applies technical knowledge of airframe and power plant systems in determining equipment malfunctions and applies required expertise in restoring equipment condition and or operation, and applies comprehensive technical expertise to solve moderate to complex problems by interpreting technical documentation such as; blueprints or manufactures' manuals. Mechanic must have a thorough knowledge of aircraft mechanical component troubleshooting, repair procedures and replacement of parts, requires broad knowledge of aircraft sheet metal/structural modifications and repair, must have basic knowledge of electrical theory, must have thorough knowledge of aircraft unique tools such as tes equipment, torque wrenches, dial indicators, micrometers, sheet metal brakes and sheers. This job requires working knowledge of technical publications. The incumbent receives technical guidance, as required, from supervisor or higher-level technician, will occasionally be required to lead teams through more complex aircraft relevant tasks, and may be required to make entries in aircraft logs and records. Must be able to prioritize workload to maintain schedules on assigned projects.

Expected duties include - Repairs and replaces aircraft structural components to include stringers, longerons, bulkheads, beams and aircraft skin according to drawings, blueprints, directives, technical manuals and safety procedures. Fabricate structural parts, forming blocks, and shapes metal using stretching, shrinking, and other metal forming techniques. Mixes and applies fiberglass materials. Make emergency and permanent repairs to transparent plastic windows and enclosures. Use commo measuring tools, precision measuring gages, and alignment fixtures to perform structural repairs. Balances fixed-wing aircraft controls such as flags and ailerons. Mixes and applies primers and paints to aircraft surfaces. Apply corrosion control treatment to aircraft metals. Requisitions and maintains shop and bench stock for repair of aircraft structures. Uses and performs operator maintenance on common and special tools. Prepare forms and records related to aircraft maintenance and use applicable STAMIS systems. Military service schooling, FAA license or equivalent shall be required to perform duties.

Compensation Details

Afghanistan -
Compensation: $97,131.69
Project Incentive Pay: $6000
Total Compensation: $103,131.69


Email updated resume to tgreen98@satx.rr.com
Tyrone Green
AECOM
210-375-3887

Work Visas

Hello,
I live outside of the United States and Canada I want to know what the possibilities of work are inside United States or Canada as a non-resident?

Good Question.

There are several types of work visas available for foreign nationals who want to work in the United States including temporary work visas, seasonal work visas, and exchange worker visas. Here's more information on types of US work visas, including eligibility and requirements, plus information on how to apply for a visa to work in the United States. http://travel.state.gov/visa/temp/types/types_1271.html

travel.state.gov
Important Notices: Nonimmigrant Rights, Protections and Resources: Learn about the Nonimmigrant Rights, Protections and Resources informational pamphlet, now available.
 
For Canada

There is an application is for people who are not Canadian citizens or permanent residents of Canada and who wish to work temporarily in Canada. A work permit is issued if the application is accepted.

A temporary resident visa may also be required. Check the list of countries and territories that require a visa.

All applicants must complete and sign their own individual form, including persons travelling as a family. Applicants who are under the age of 18 years must have their form signed by a parent or guardian.

Many visa offices have specific local instructions about which documents you must submit with your application. Consult the list of Canadian visa offices abroad to find the office responsible for your country and what requirements and procedures you must follow when you apply.

All Applicants must include the fee payment. To verify acceptable methods of payment, consult the Canadian visa office website responsible for your country.

Jobs for unlicensed mechanics

Are there any jobs for unlicensed mechanics?

Avjobs

If you want to work on planes, you’ll need to be licensed for almost all aspects. However there are also lots of jobs available for unlicensed mechanics within the aviation industry. The majority of these can be found in the manufacturing and maintenance areas.

Aerospace Manufacturing and Assembly Career Overview

The aerospace industry (of which aircraft manufacturing is one portion) is primarily engaged in the design, development and manufacture of aircraft, missiles, spacecraft, their propulsion, navigation and guidance systems, and other aeronautical and astronautical systems and their components.

The major divisions within the aircraft manufacturing industry are airframe, components, accessory and equipment, and engine.

Ground support equipment (GSE) is the support equipment found at an airport, usually on the ramp, the servicing area by the terminal.

 

Ground support equipment (GSE) is the support equipment found at an airport, usually on the ramp, the servicing area by the terminal. This equipment is used to service the aircraft between flights. As its name implies, GSE is there to support the operations of aircraft on the ground. The functions that this equipment plays generally involve ground power operations, aircraft mobility, and loading operations (for both cargo and passengers). The GSE mechanic services and repairs ground service equipment including portable stairs, fuel and food trucks, towing tractors, aircraft tugs, manlifts, APU's, company automobiles and employee buses.

MVCC A&P Certificate Program Description

MVCC A&P Certificate Program Description

The Mohawk Valley Community College (MVCC) Airframe & Powerplant Certificate program is located at Griffiss International Airport in Rome NY. The MVCC A&P Program is FAA FAR147 approved (Cert #VXYT570K). This program is unique because it spans three consecutive semesters over the course of twelve months. It provides the required 1,900 hours of FAA curriculum, and all students are issued a seven drawer roll-around Snap-On, or MAC cabinet box tool set as part of the program tuition. With the A&P certificate program being only one year in length, it is ideally suited for those who need to obtain their FAA certification in as short of time as possible in order to get back to work.

The MVCC Aviation Training Center offers training on a functional Boeing 727-100 and a wide variety of general aviation aircraft. The presence of two heavy jet MRO’s on the same airport also offers exposure to different aircraft types for students. The program has been involved in several military aircraft restoration display projects including a B-52 and F-4 Phantom.

In addition to the FAA A&P certificate, students may also chose to continue with MVCC for two more conventional college semesters to achieve an AAS degree in Mechanical Technology: Aircraft Maintenance.

MVCC has two main campuses and several off campus locations, with approximately 8,000 total students.  It is also part of the State University of New York (SUNY) system, which allows for all standard forms of financial aid to be applied to the cost of the tuition and fees, and insures all programs offered by MVCC are maintained to the highest academic standards. Because MVCC is a non-profit community college, the tuition rates are much lower than other similar programs offered by private educational institutions. Room and board in the upstate New York area is very affordable which also contributes to keeping the overall cost of obtaining an A&P certificate through MVCC very affordable.

MVCC Aviation Maintenance contact information:

Mohawk Valley Community College
Aviation Training Center
116 Langley Rd
Rome, NY 13441
Office: 315-334-7792
Fax: 315-338-7825
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Helicopter Pilot - Immediate Need - Miami Florida

Helicopter Pilot

Helicopter Tour Company
Miami, FL
United States

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With more than 10 years of experience, this helicopter tour company is looking to hire an experienced R-44 (Robinson Model 44) tour Pilot in the Miami area. We are dedicated to offering our employees a safe, challenging and professional working environment with a competitive wage within the industry.

Helicopter Tour Company in Miami offers one of the most desired and exiting jobs in town.

You will:

  • Earn More
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  • Love Your Co-Workers
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Requirements:

  • Applicants must posses the ability to assist with physical tasks, such as carrying, lifting and pushing weights up to 80 pounds.
  • Must possess and maintain a valid Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Commercial Certificate with rotor craft helicopter.
  • Must have flexible schedule.
  • Minimum 500 hours of flight time.
  • Bilingual, Spanish is a plus!

If you would like to fly with a great company and a great team, we invite you to email your resume at No phone calls, please.
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