4 Easy Aviation Job Search Performance Enhancement Tips

4 Aviation Job Search Performance Enhancement Tips

4 Aviation Job Search Performance Enhancement Tips

If you’re like most Americans looking for a job right now, it might be time to take a step back and evaluate your job-search tactics. There are some common mistakes that can make you your own worst enemy when trying to get your foot in the door of a new employer. To give your employment search some performance enhancement, make sure to follow these tips.

  1. Early Bird Gets the Worm
    The sooner you get your job application in, the better luck you will have at getting your resume seen. If you are slow to apply or reply to a job listing, you likely will lose your shot at be considered, so make sure to stay up-to-date on new listings as they arise.
  2. Get a Jump-Start
    Even better than being one of the first to apply for an open position is seeking one out before it is posted. Research the companies you are interested in working for and reach out to see if any openings are on the horizon. Interact with the company on Avjobs Aviation Directory, join the same local trade organizations the company attends and find out where their staff members might be speaking publicly. Consider volunteering at events the company may be involved with to start to get to know the staff and familiarize yourself with the company culture.
  3. Update Your Employment History
    Applying for jobs can often be a numbers game, so once you have narrowed down the best fits for you, make sure you update your resume and cover letter before you apply. Though you will want to be one of the first to apply, don’t be in such a rush that you automatically eliminate yourself by not following instructions for a specific position or applying where you don't meet that particular’s company's requirements. Not showing you are a fit for that specific job will surely end your chances of being considered.
  4. Follow Up
    Though it may feel like you are sending your information into a large black abyss at times, there are people on the other end. It’s perfectly acceptable — even preferred — to send a follow-up email if you don't get a response within a couple of days. This is when you confirm that the interviewer received your information, giving you a chance to reiterate your interest in the job. But, if a listing specifically states "no phone calls or emails," abide by that request or you may end your chances. Once you have landed the interview, absolutely follow up with your interviewers through a thank-you note, again expressing your interest in the company and the job.

If you feel like your job search is at a standstill, be sure to reevaluate how you are going about it. After all, we all could use a little performance enhancement from time to time.

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Allegiant Travel Company Aircraft Structures Engineer - Airbus

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This Aircraft Structures Engineer - Airbus position is available @ Allegiant Travel Company as of 3/18/2013. If you meet the requirements for this position be sure to Apply using the phone, fax, email, or special instructions provided on this page. Please check back with us next Monday morning for another new "Job of the Week."
 
 

Allegiant Travel Company - Aircraft Structures Engineer - Airbus
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Posted:   1/8/2013 12:56:05 PM
Category:   Engineering
Position Title:   Aircraft Structures Engineer - Airbus
Reference #:   12-0073
Number of Positions:   1
Last date to apply:   Open
Wage type:   Salary Annual - Unspecified
Wages negotiable:   Yes
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Detailed Position Description:

AIRCRAFT STRUCTURES ENGINEER (Airbus)

DEPARTMENT NAME:  Maintenance & Engineering

REPORTS TO:  Mgr. of Liaison Engineering

POSITION SUMMARY:

The Aircraft Structures Engineer will be responsible for developing structural engineering solutions to affect repair to the Allegiant Air aircraft fleet. This position also advises and provides technical expertise to Line Maintenance to ensure on-time fleet operations. 

 

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:

  • Research and provide data for the development of modifications to improve Allegiant fleet reliability
  • Provides oversight and engineering expertise to contracted repair agencies conducting heavy maintenance and/or structural repairs to aircraft components
  • Develop Engineering Repair Orders (ERO) for accomplishment of Structural Repairs
  • Develop Engineering Orders (EO) for the incorporation of modifications to aircraft structure or structures components
  • Coordinates repair plans with Materials/Purchasing, Coordinate with Maintenance Planning and Maintenance Control
  • Coordinate with aircraft heavy maintenance vendors to ensure approved data is used as the basis for structural repairs
  • Assist with CASP analysis and development of reliability improvement initiatives
  • Other duties as assigned by the Manager of Liaison Engineering

 

INTERACTIONS:  

Interacts with all operations departments such as Ground Ops, Flight Ops, & In-Flight Services

 

REQUIREMENTS & QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Must pass a five (5) year background check and pre-employment drug screen
  • Must have authorization to work in the U.S. as defined in the Immigrations Act of 1986

 

EDUCATION:  

B.S. Degree in engineering, engineering sciences or aeronautics required, Airframe and Powerplant or FCC license preferred.

 

EXPERIENCE:

Five (5) years experience as an engineer in 121 or 135 airline environments with a Bachelor of Science in Engineering or ten (10) years experience in a 121 or 135 airline engineering department with an A&P License, Two (2) years Airbus engineering experience preferred.

 

KNOWLEDGE:

  • Knowledge of aircraft structural repair design
  • Knowledge of and ability to understand OEM Structural Repair Manuals (SRM)
  • Familiarity with composite repair techniques
  • Knowledge of an ability to research ADS relating to DTA, CPCP and Ageing Aircraft  

 

WORK ENVIRONMENT:

Some travel and onsite visits to MRO facilities

PHYSICAL DEMANDS/REQUIREMENTS

Must be able to lift 50 lbs and work in a maintenance shop environment.  Ability to wear Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) (High Visibility clothing, Ear protection, safety glasses) when required

 

REASONABLE ACCOMMODATION STATEMENT:

Allegiant Travel Company commits to making a reasonable accommodation to the known physical and mental limitations of qualified individuals with disabilities and qualified veterans, unless such accommodation would impose an undue hardship on the conduct of its business.  In determining the extent of its obligation, Allegiant Travel Company will consider business necessity and financial costs and expenses, among other factors.www.allegiantair.com

Active Avjobs Members will be given preference in our selection process for this posting.
 
           
Apply To: Allegiant Travel Company
8360 S Durango Dr

Las Vegas, NV 89113
United States
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Telephone:   702-589-9040
Email:   derryn.knight@allegiantair.com
Web:   www.allegiantair.com
 
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