2. April 2018 13:57
At Avjobs, our goal is 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
The Avjobs Resume Builder helps you layout all your aviation training, flight hours, employment, military history, education and pilot and mechanical experience in a cohesive format that industry employer’s love!
Active applicant members can call for a free Avjobs resume review and feedback once you have completed all 6 sections of the resume builder. Let our resume coaches help you put your best you on your resume.
27. March 2017 13:31
3 Way to Boost Your Aviation Profile
Build your profile. Companies are searching for your capabilities.
Update your Resume now and often to go to the top of search results. (Top of the list = More Exposure)
Update Resume – View Resume
Apply to the best companies and get the aviation job you deserve.
The effort you put in, directly affects how many interviews and job offers you'll get.
Jobs Home - Browse Jobs
Connect aviation employers with your resume and availability.
Turn contacts and direct applications into interviews and job offers. (Target unadvertised jobs)
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30. January 2017 10:00
We were recently asked:
When is it correct to spell out United States, and when should we use the abbreviations US, U.S., and USA?
Good question! [More]
11. August 2016 12:23
5 Reasons to Build a Talent Pipeline
By proactively developing a pipeline of talent, you’ll:
Identify the right talent early. If you’re waiting until you need a hire to start looking for candidates, you’re too late.
Reduce your time to fill. Establishing an ongoing dialogue with candidates gives you the option to accelerate the discussion when the time is right.
Prevent superstar candidates from slipping away. When the time to hire arrives, you’re already top of mind for your chosen candidate, reducing the risk of a salary war against the competition.
Minimize the business disruption caused by vacancies, especially unexpected ones, making you a better partner to the business.
Strengthen your company employment brand, as well as awareness that you’re hiring, by being continually ‘out there’ engaging prospective candidates. [More]
7. April 2015 09:30
Your Avjobs Resume Builder Resume (Master Profile) makes the most comprehensive and accurate overview of your professional aviation experience available to hiring managers to search, view, and to contact you directly about available positions. And it's the fastest way for employers to find you. The information in your Master Profile enables 1 click application features, and helps Avjobs staff members to match your experience with job postings and recommend your resume to hiring managers. [More]
16. June 2014 15:14
Make Yourself More Impressive
The stronger your resume, the better you can compete for any openings that do exist. Consider simplifying what is on your resume to make the first cut. Then have a really impressive Avjobs profile so you stand out. [More]