Office Assistant Aircraft Engineering Bartow FL

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Office Assistant
Aircraft Engineering Inc
Bartow , FL
Salary, Wages and Pay Hourly From: $13 To: $19
Last Date to Apply Apply by - Open until filled
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This position is still available As of 6/13/2012, Aircraft Engineering Inc is actively recruiting for this Office Assistant position. The posting has been viewed 1 times since its original post date. Aircraft Engineering Inc has received 0 resumes by email for this position.  Be sure to send your resume for this position using the "Send Resume" button or the phone, fax, email, and instructions provided on this page. Please visit the Aircraft Engineering Inc web site for any additional details or information.
 
About the Job  
Industry Category Clerical
Position Title Office Assistant
Positions Available 1
Apply by Open
Wage Type Hourly From: $13 To: $19
Negotiable Yes
 

Office assistant position will perform the following duties:

  • work orders
  • answering phones
  • emailing aircraft weight and balance, aircraft 337s, parts ordering, and billing in a very busy work environment.

Must be familiar with Excel and Word and have the ability to type quickly.

Having an A & P is a plus.

Please reference Avjobs when applying for this position.

 
Apply To: Aircraft Engineering Inc
Bldg 434 Bartow Airport
Bartow , FL 33830
United States
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  Work Location: Bartow , FL
United States
  Email mmnaab@gmail.com
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Jet Midwest is Hiring- Chief Operations Officer of MRO

Founded in 1997, Jet Midwest, Inc., is a Kansas City, MO based commercial aircraft supplier and is located at the Kansas City International Airport Overhaul Base. The core of Jet Midwest's business centralizes on excellence in pricing, timeliness of delivery, and in the quality standards upheld throughout the entire operation. Customer Service is the priority in meeting the ever changing needs of both present and future clients. Jet Midwest has a dedicated and experienced staff to serve its breadth of customers worldwide 24 hours a day, 7 days per week. Our organization is built to service aircraft from PARTS TO PLANES.

Chief Operations Officer will manage MRO facility and operations. Candidate will lead and manage the maintenance facilities for timely and efficient development of new capabilities. Requirements will include development of procedures to improve efficiency and productivity.

Job Requirements:

  • Ensure industry best practice is driven through the company to include all departments
  • Forecasting, budgeting, planning and provisioning of manpower, resources and equipment, including the procurement and maintenance of facilities, assets, tooling and ground support equipment required to support maintenance work undertaken by the company.
  • Daily hands-on execution of customer contracts in all MRO divisions company wide
  • Execute planning in relation to Maintenance Operations, facility, staffing, equipment, IT, capacity and changing industrial and business opportunities and environment.
  • Ensure all Senior Managers, Managers and Supervisory Staff complete responsibilities in accordance with company policies, guidelines and respective terms of reference.
  • Extensive proven track record in the MRO / Airline environment.
  • Strong comprehension and knowledge of airworthiness regulations.
  • Analytic and decisive decision maker with the ability to prioritize and communicate to staff key objectives and tactics necessary to achieve organizational goals.

    Apply at mroexecutives@gmail.com. Please reference Avjobs when applying for this position.

Aviation Advertising Sales Pilot Magazine Denver CO

Aviation Advertising Sales
Pilot Magazine, LLC
Denver , CO
Salary Annual From: $40000 To: $350000
Apply by - Open until filled
As of 2/23/2012, Pilot Magazine LLC is actively recruiting for this Aviation Advertising Sales position. The posting has been viewed 4 times since its original post date. Pilot Magazine LLC has received 1 resumes by email for this position.  Be sure to send your resume for this position using the "Send Resume" button or the phone, fax, email, and instructions provided on this page. Please visit the Pilot Magazine LLC web site for any additional details or information. Less than 25% of other viewers have sent their resume and the position is still open, so you are strongly encouraged to apply using the application instructions provided below.
About the Job  
Industry Category Sales Marketing
Position Title Aviation Advertising Sales
Positions Available 1
Apply by Open
Wage Type Salary Annual From: $40,000 To: $350,000
Negotiable Yes

Advertising Sales Executive position for worldwide aviation advertising sales with existing accounts. Fun job with excellent commissions and benefits.

Email Resume tp Pilot Magazine Please email resume to birwin@pilotmag.com and reference Avjobs when applying for this position.

Apply To: Pilot Magazine LLC
4100 E. Mississippi Avenue
Suite 1900
Denver, CO 80246
United States
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Phone 303-805-0111
  Work Location:   Denver , CO
United States

Pilot Magazine, LLC
4100 E. Mississippi AvenueSuite 1900
Denver, CO 80246
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  Email birwin@pilotmag.com
Web www.pilotmag.com
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The largest number of aviation jobs found within the Federal Government (outside the Department of Defense) is with the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) of the Department of Transportation. The FAA, with a total of approximately 47,000 employees, is charged with the administration and enforcement of all federal air regulations to insure the safety of air transportation. The FAA also promotes, guides and assists the development of a national system of civil airports. The FAA provides pilots with flight information and air traffic control services from flight planning to landing.

Position Description
Aviation safety inspectors develop, administer, and enforce regulations and standards concerning civil aviation safety, including (1) the airworthiness of aircraft and aircraft systems, (2) the competence of pilots, mechanics, and other airmen personnel, and (3) safety aspects of aviation facilities, equipment and procedures. These positions require knowledge and skill in the operation, maintenance or manufacture of aircraft and aircraft systems.

Working Conditions
The jobs require considerable travel, as inspections, consultations and investigations must be made at various facilities and locations or at the scenes of accidents. Forty hours constitute a normal work week. Change of assignment from one duty station to another is required as staffing demands. Inspectors are required to travel frequently and to occasionally work irregular duty hours. more >>

Passenger Service Agent Jobs

General Information

Even though the airlines are in business to transport people from one place to another, they could not function without the help of many people on the ground, including those who take reservations and sell tickets, as well as those who help keep the airplanes operating on schedule.

Position Description
The passenger service agent (PSA), works at the airport and responds to passengers needing special assistance.

Working Conditions
The passenger service agent acts as a ground host or hostess and is highly visible and helpful to the public. Passenger service agents provide assistance and related customer services at the ticket counter, gate and baggage areas, and concourse of the airline they serve. Duties include servicing customers by performing meet and greets, check-in, aircraft boarding and deplaning, ticketing, baggage service, making boarding, deplaning and public announcements, providing connecting flight information and direction assistance, and handling unruly, upset, or angry passengers.

A wide variety of challenges characterize this job. It is not unusual for the PSA to step in and assist and perform the duties of ticket agent and/or station agent or supervise the ticket office. They answer questions and offer information covering a wide variety of airline and/or airport related topics. In addition to providing information, they help passengers pass through the airport from the ticket counter to boarding. They also tend to ill, handicapped, elderly, injured and small children traveling alone who need special assistance. This may include an electric cart or wheel chair to expedite or ease movement through long concourses.

Since 9/11, a greater role is being placed on security and PSA's often play a vital role in the security of the airport and passengers by conducting security checks at the gate.

The PSA is a highly visible employee, and usually wears uniform. Passenger service agents are present anytime passengers are present, and generally supervise and assist in concourse operations to ensure smooth operation and customer satisfaction. The PSA must be knowledgeable of all airline procedures and policies to instill customer confidence, show genuine concern, and help operations run smooth.

Typical Requirements and/or Experience
It is essential that passenger service agents provide excellent customer service. A thorough knowledge of flight schedules and ground services is necessary. If employed by an international airline, PSA's may need 2nd language skills. Experience as a ticket or reservations agent is helpful. The responsibilities of this position demand a detail-oriented and organized individual with the ability to read, write and speak English. Ability to work shifts including early mornings, late nights, weekends and holidays. Basic computer skills are helpful.

Education
High school diploma or GED.

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