If you are hiring an aviation professional, Avjobs is the obvious choice. It has a ton of categories, but the main ones include pilot and mechanics. A Single Job listing on the site is $149.
Aviation Job Stats for September 2018
- Promote 1 job at a time & screen resumes
- 1 Job Slot & Syndication
- Hosted Careers Mini Site
- Corporate Logo/Branding
- Pay as you go, cancel any time
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Avjobs is a niche aviation job board and proudly so. It focuses on aviation professionals only, making it easier for qualified candidates to get matched up with a job opening that is the right fit. Popular companies post on this site and your job listing will get tweeted out to Avjobs followers, as well as emailed in a weekly jobs newsletter. Avjobs offers unmatched reach and a bit lower price for those of you looking for aviation professionals specifically.
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Avjobs Announces New Site Design for Improved User Experience
Avjobs Launches High-Performance Solutions for Aviation Employer and Candidate Audience
- Leading cloud-based aviation career portal delivers substantial improvements to its user interface and user experience
- The release is the culmination of what’s missing from the existing aviation career platform market and user requests
- Representing some of the most popular and sought after aviation career opportunities and candidates worldwide
LITTLETON, COLORADO - (August 2, 2018) – Avjobs, a global leader in connecting aviation jobs with aviation candidate’s, today announced the release of its newest high-performance web interface. The pioneer of aviation niche job boards launches technical advances that will connect more aviation candidates to more aviation jobs anywhere, and easier than ever before.
2018 marks a pivotal moment in Avjobs, Inc. history as they announce substantial improvements with the launch of its newest web interface and brand experience. Just like its successful launch 30 years ago and every improvement since, this is a significant event for the company, its aviation job board, visitors and clients as they place more job announcements in front of the right audience at the right time delivering more results than ever before.
The release introduces significant updates all created with the user experience in mind. The modern interface caters to both the aviation job seeker and recruiter and delivers the robust and functional online experience users expect. Enhancements include easier targeted job search and application process, fresh content, improved flow, speed and navigation, comprehensive branding for Employers through job postings and Career Mini Sites, enhanced search engine optimization and more eyes on job postings. All enhanced features and functions keep users engaged throughout the process and deliver results. The redesigned site is also mobile friendly giving user’s full access on a mobile device or tablet anywhere, anytime.
We’re more excited than we’ve ever been.” says Pat Smith who’s been with Avjobs since its inception in 1988. “It’s up to us to continue giving our users an efficient, inclusive experience they expect once they arrive. We’ve always put ourselves in our customer’s shoes and built the system for them, to give them exactly what they are looking for.”
Avjobs had built in so much content and services over the years that the site had become bloated. All that has been changed and the new design flows to provide the visitor with a cohesive and satisfying experience. Users love the new customized design, architecture and build-out of the site. Simply put, it’s a whole new user experience and better than ever. Candidates can register for exclusive extras giving them the opportunity to see even more jobs and put their resume in front of employers. Candidate job search service is now free but users can register for exclusive extras giving the opportunity to see even more jobs and put their resume in front of more employers helping them get to work faster.
About Avjobs. Inc.
Founded in 1988, Avjobs quickly established itself as the leading provider of aviation jobs and active candidate resumes. They pioneered the online aviation job search methodology in 1992 with the launch of its Bulletin Board Service exclusively serving the aviation industry worldwide. Today, Avjobs.com remains the longest running aviation career web site and continues to lead the aviation and aerospace industry career portals with Software as a Service (SaaS). The comprehensive site provides a variety of resources for both job seekers and employers in the aviation and aerospace industries.
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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.
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