Post Your Resume

Post your resume and apply for aviation jobsPost your resume and apply for aviation jobs

As of today Avjobs has over 61,224 Aviation Career Opportunities that need to be filled ASAP. 58,324 new jobs have been posted in the last 30 days.

Another great way to get your resume in our system is to apply for jobs using our "Jobs Map" feature. It's quick, it's easy and it's fun to see where the aviation jobs are in your area and around the world. Pinpoint potential employers in your area or across the country and send in your resume.

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Extensive Pilot Resume Search

Avjobs has a new client that will be doing an extensive resume search to fill a confidential pilot vacancy as quickly as possible. They will not be posting the vacancy but only sourcing resumes. This activity will be starting today and will continue until the position is filled.

Now is a great time to log in to your Avjobs account to be sure that you have completed the Online Job Application so your credentials and valid contact detail are available for this employer. If you haven't already, it is important that you complete each field in the form so during the resume search, this content in your resume will come up in the search results.

Also, search and apply for other great pilot jobs before it’s too late. You can find these and other pilot vacancies searching by category, Pilot, Fixed Wing.

We also encourage you to use the Aviation Directory to find and make contact with over 50,000 aviation companies/contacts!

We wish you the best with your pilot job search.

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Changing Careers

Changing CareersChanging Careers

A career choice is based on a thorough understanding of your needs and wants, and the requirements of the aviation labor market.

At mid-life, you have the advantage of being able to draw on many years of real-world experiences to select a career that:

  • Lets you use the skills you enjoy most.
  • Pays enough to support your lifestyle.
  • Is in demand.

Why do you need to change your career?
Recognize what you don't like about your present career. Name specific sources of discontent. Some possible reasons are given below. Perhaps you can think of others that are relevant to your situation.

  • You have skills you enjoy using, but your present job doesn't allow you to use them.
  • Your current job doesn't give you the monetary benefits that your work deserves.
  • You want to find a job that pays what you believe the job is worth.
  • You want to find work that is its own reward, that is satisfying and meaningful and that has intrinsic value, regardless of earnings.
  • You want a change of pace, to slow down and to have more time for yourself, your family and the community.
  • You're ready for a new challenge.
  • You want the chance to grow and learn in a direction that your present situation won't permit.
  • You want to enhance your image and prestige.
  • You don't like your present schedule, the hours, the shifts, the overtime or the lack of flexibility.
  • You're unemployed and you want to broaden your job search and explore new fields.
  • You're employed, but things at work are not as much fun anymore. Perhaps the company has changed hands or you have a new boss who doesn't support your career growth.
  • You feel you're ready for a change of environment and maybe a new career too.

Before you make drastic career changes:
Stop and consider:
Can you come up with creative ways to solve your problems without changing careers? For instance, would you be content to transfer to a different department, division or even a different company where you would have the same job in the same field?
Is your discontent related to:

  •  The job itself?
  • The company environment?
  • Yourself?

What happens when I apply online for a job thats posted on Avjobs.com?

What happens when I apply online for a job thats posted on Avjobs.com?

Employers receive your resume and cover letter via email and also within their applicant tracking folders on Avjobs. You receive a confirmation page that your resume and cover letter was sent successfully. You may or may not also receive an email from the Employer confirming the receipt of your resume. Please note that some Employers and Recruiters may not respond immediately to your resume submission, and some may not respond at all. After you apply for a job, your complete application is then listed in your Job Cart under the Jobs I have Applied for section and can be tracked from there. Note Some employers use the Apply button to take you directly to their company website. For those job applications, and for applications that you send directly to the company via email, fax, or postal mail, a record of the application will not show up on your Jobs I have Applied for page unless you print the required documents from the job posting using the Avjobs automated document preparation system.

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Handeling Rejection During Job Search

Handeling Rejection During Job Search

You may have responsed to many job postings, sent your resume to employers, completed many online applicantions and spent time interviewing to no avail.  It is important to learn from those experiences to better yourself for next time.  Rejection is an important part of the interview process and you can’t take it personally.  Instead, accept it and reflect upon your approach to see if there are positive changes you can make for the next go around.

  • Ask yourself what you could have done differently, how you could have handeled yourself differently, how you could have prepared differently etc.
  • Work on any questions that you had difficulty answering
  • Did you provide too much or too little information on any particular questions?
  • Did you do research on the company before you interviewed?
  • Could you have asked better or more appropirate questions with regard to the vacancy or the company?

Make note of what you learned from your own self assessment for reference.  It’s important that you use this renewed energy to keep moving forward and ace the next interview.

Additional Resources:
Handling the Stress of the Job Search
Aviation Job Search Tips