Friday, June 22, 2018
What’s the big deal about preparing for June 30th, 2018?
Cybersecurity is very important to Avjobs and we want you to know we are compliant with the most recent PCI security standards deadline of June 30, 2018. Avjobs has upgraded to the most current data protocols that meet all regulatory requirements to protect our customers ecommerce transactions and data security.
If you find you are not able to connect to other websites on or after June 30th, 2018, it’s important to know it’s most likely a problem with the web browser or operating system on the computer you are using, and can quickly and easily be fixed. Non-compliant web browsers are typically older and the easy fix is to simply upgrade to the latest version.
Due to new credit card processing laws, these updates or upgrades are necessary to access and interact with some websites. In the event you experience a problem connecting to a website or making a purchase, you may even need to update the operating system on your computer as older operating systems may not be able to connect due to older and outdated communication protocol technology limitations. It is important to remember, this problem is a result of old web browser and operating system technology that is not aligned with the latest security protocols. Unfortunately, most websites will not have the ability to redirect visitors to a page that instructs an upgrade or explains the problem, and the connection to the website or purchase process will simply fail. If a connection fails, it’s important to know that it’s not a problem with the website but with the web browser or operating system on the computer used to access the website or make the purchase.
As the leading cloud-based aviation career portal, we want you to know we've completed all the necessary upgrades and are keeping your data safe and secure from evolving cyberthreats, and we look forward to continuing to serving you well into the future.
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Friday, June 08, 2018
We’re growing and we’ve recently improved our infrastructure to continue serving you far into the future! And, to further improve our services for you, we’re undergoing a migration that entails massive rewrites and infrastructure changes. We’re also cleaning house to eliminate unnecessary bloat in our efforts to streamline service efficiency. - Over the next few weeks, our technical team will be busy rolling out new and updated services.
We encourage you to use the site and log into your account. Now is a good time for employers to review/update and add any active job postings and for applicants to update their resume and view and apply for jobs. If you find any elements that are not working as expected or temporarily unavailable, please let us know.
We thank you for your business and letting us serve you for so many years. We also thank you for your continued patience as we complete our infrastructure changes and introduce new and updated services.
Stay up to date on the latest in Aviation Security and scheduled training and certification programs From our friends at Leading Edge Strategies™ Arvada, Colorado
The recent emergency landing of the Southwest Airlines flight 1380
goes to show the importance of listening to the in-flight safety briefing. The life you save may be your own. However, just telling people to "listen to the briefing," isn't going to change behavior. As a frequent flyer myself I understand how repetitive the in-flight bright briefing can be.
We've all heard it thousands of times and when you hear something that many times after a while you simply don't hear it.
Aviation Security and Airport Management Textbooks
Practical Aviation Security, Third Edition:
Predicting and Preventing Future Threats
This book, now in its third edition, remains the most complete guide to the aviation security system, from crucial historical events to the policies, policymakers, and major terrorist and criminal acts that have shaped the procedures in use today, as well as the cutting edge technologies that are shaping the future.
Practical Aviation Security, Third Edition: Predicting and Preventing Future Threats, available now for purchase or download at these locations:
An Airport is a Moving Entity of People, Cargo and Equipment
An airport has been called 'the most expensive piece of pavement in any city'. This book explores the procedures and operations of the facility that maintains and ensures the safety of millions of air passengers every year.
Practical Airport Operations, Safety, and Emergency Management, available now for purchase or download at these locations:
At Avjobs, we want to make sure our aviation applicants stand out from the rest! There are several things we can recommend to all aviation applicants and we offer even more tips to our active applicants. A resume is always a work in progress and it’s vital to review your resume periodically to be sure you are always marketing yourself the best you can.
Here are a few tips:
- Keep a notebook and write down any new accomplishments, projects, volunteer work, responsibilities, skills, training etc. and update your resume as necessary
- Be sure to distinguish yourself from everyone else doing the same job
- Give specifics of what you do
- Include key statistics, numbers, quotas overachieved etc.
- Check for typos and grammar issues
- Use compelling action verbs
Do you need a cohesive resume format that aviation employers love? The Avjobs Resume Builder is just that and helps you layout all your aviation training, flight hours, employment, military history, education and pilot and mechanical experience. Active applicant members can call for a free Avjobs resume review and feedback once you have completed all 6 sections of the resume builder.
What Is Avjobs Aviation Company Directory and Why Should You Be on It?
Avjobs is for everybody who's interested in finding new opportunities to grow their careers and connect with other aviation professionals. And the features that Avjobs offers are more specialized because they've been designed to be used by aviation professionals with a goal.
All sorts of job listings are posted on Avjobs everyday by employers and Avjobs will recommend specific jobs to you based on your current information, including your location and optional job preferences that you can fill out to get better tailored job listings.
You use your profile as your resume
Your Avjobs profile represents a more complete (and interactive) resume. You can include it in an email or with your cover letter when you apply to jobs. Some companies even allow you to connect to your Avjobs profile to import your information.
You can find and apply to more jobs faster
Remember that Avjobs is the best places to look for aviation job postings online. You'll get recommendations from Avjobs about jobs you may be interested in, but you can use the search bar to look for specific positions too.
Find and connect with new aviation professionals. It's great to get in touch with old co-workers and connect with everyone at your current workplace who may also be on Avjobs, but what's even better is that you have the opportunity to discover new professionals either locally or globally that may be able to help out with your professional endeavors.
Avjobs Aviation Company Directory