Part 135 CE-560XL First Officer needed - Dallas, Texas

www.starbasejet.comCompany Profile:

Starbase Aviation is a well-established ARG/US Platinum Rated charter and management company. We currently operate CJ2, CJ2&#43, CJ4, Lear 45XR, Lear 60/60XR, Hawker 800XP & 800A, Falcon 50, Citation X, Challenger 600 & 601, Citation Sovereign, and G-IVSP aircraft in worldwide 135 operations. We are looking to add the highest quality flight crew to our team and have an immediate need to fullfill this position. This position requires living in the Dallas, Texas area.

All applications must be submitted to careers@starbasejet.com and include a cover letter with the line: (last name), (first name), CE-560XL First Officer as the opening sentence. Please include a brief summary of your qualifications as well as why you are interested in Starbase. Submissions without this cover letter will not be opened.

Minimum Requirements:

FAA ATP or CAMEL w/ Instrument Rating
CE-560XL Type Rating preferred
Current 1st Class Medical
3500 hrs. Total Time
1000 hrs. Multi-Engine
500 hrs. Turbojet
250 hrs. CE-560XL Series preferred
Min. 3 years 135 passenger experience within the last 5 years preferred
Clean FAA/DOT/DOJ Records
Willingness to live in the north Dallas, Texas metro area.

Benefits: Competitive pay, health insurance, 401K, paid vacation

Schedule: Variable. We operate in a fast paced and dynamic environment and our standards of operation are high. This is not a position for someone who cannot adapt to change, or doesn't find the 135 world exciting and fulfilling.

If you do not meet ALL requirements do not apply as there will be no consideration for applicants who do not meet the qualifications listed above.
Please indicate your salary requirements, the dates and location of your last PC/ICC and all pilot times in the body of your email reply.

Part 135 EMB135BJ First Officer - Houston, Texas

www.starbasejet.com

Company Profile:

Starbase Aviation is a well-established ARG/US Platinum Rated charter and management company. We currently operate CJ2, CJ2+, CJ4, Lear 45XR, Lear 60/60XR, Hawker 800XP & 800A, Falcon 50, Citation X, Challenger 600 & 601, Citation Sovereign, and G-IVSP aircraft in worldwide 135 operations. We are looking to add the highest quality flight crew to our team and have an immediate need to fullfill this position. This position requires living in the Houston, Texas area.

All applications must be submitted to careers@starbasejet.com and include a cover letter with the line: (last name), (first name), EMB135BJ First Officer as the opening sentence. Please include a brief summary of your qualifications as well as why you are interested in Starbase. Submissions without this cover letter will not be opened.

Minimum Requirements:

FAA ATP or CAMEL w/ Instrument Rating
EMB145 Type Rating
Current 1st Class Medical
3500 hrs. Total Time
1500 hrs. Multi-Engine
500 hrs. Turbojet
250 hrs. EMB135BJ Series preferred
Min. 3 years 135 passenger experience within the last 5 years preferred
Clean FAA/DOT/DOJ Records
Willingness to live in the south Houston, Texas metro area.

Benefits: Competitive pay, health insurance, 401K, paid vacation

Schedule: Variable. We operate in a fast paced and dynamic environment and our standards of operation are high. This is not a position for someone who cannot adapt to change, or doesn't find the 135 world exciting and fulfilling.


If you do not meet ALL requirements do not apply as there will be no consideration for applicants who do not meet the qualifications listed above.

Please indicate your salary requirements, the dates and location of your last PC/ICC and all pilot times in the body of your email reply.

Immediate Need Part 135 CJ2 PIC - Houston, Texas

www.starbasejet.com

Company Profile:

Well-established ARG/US Platinum Rated charter and management company. We currently operate CJ2, CJ2+, CJ4, Lear 45XR, Lear 60/60XR, Hawker 800XP & 800A, Falcon 50, Citation X, Challenger 600 & 601, Citation Sovereign, and G-IVSP aircraft in worldwide 135 operations. We are looking to add the highest quality flight crew to our team and have an immediate need to fullfill this position. This position requires living in the Houston, Texas area. Must be able to start training no later than May 6, 2013.

All applications must be sent to careers@starbasejet.com with the subject line: (last name), (first name), CJ2+ Captai. Please include a brief summary of your qualifications as well as why you are interested in Starbase. Submissions without s cover letter will not be opened.

Minimum Requirements:
FAA ATP or CAMEL w/ Instrument Rating
CE-525 Type Rating Required Current 1st Class Medical
3500 hrs. Total Time
1500 hrs. Multi-Engine
500 hrs. Turbojet
250 hrs. PIC CE525 Series
Min. 3 years 135 passenger experience within the last 5 years preferred
Clean FAA/DOT/DOJ Records
Willingness to live in the south Houston, Texas metro area and ability to begin training no later than May 6, 2013.

Benefits: Competitive

Schedule: Variable. We operate in a fast paced and dynamic environment and our standards of operation are high. This is not a position for someone who cannot adapt to change, or doesn't find the 135 world exciting and fulfilling.


If you do not meet ALL requirements do not apply as there will be no consideration for applicants who do not meet the qualifications listed above.

Please indicate your salary requirements, the dates and location of your last PC/ICC and all pilot times in the body of your email reply.

Latest release of the Aviation Ad Network

AVIATION AD NETWORK AD SERVER PLATFORM UPDATE NOTICE

We are please to announce latest release of the Aviation Ad Network Ad Server. We've been listening to your feedback and feature requests and are pleased in to introduce some major core features. As always, we encourage all Aviation Ad Network users (both advertisers and publishers) to update their settings and implementations to this release. You can upgrade by logging into your Aviation Ad Network account and selecting the appropriate options.

Key Features and Changes

  • Banner Ad / Image Support - You asked for it, we added it. The Aviation Ad Network now supports the ad types you want:
    • Text Ads
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    • Photo-Text Ads:
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    • Banner / Image Ads:
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  • Multiple Ads to One Campaign - Now you can have more than one advertisement associated to a singe campaign. A single campaign can contain multiple ads of any style combination you want.
  • Stored Ad Code - Our new Stored Ad Code model simplifies managment for your publishers. With the Stored Ad Code model, changes and updates are simplified and fast. In past, if a publisher inserted an ad code on hundreds of pages, and then later needed to change a color, they would have to update hundreds of pages. Through our Stored Ad Code model, one change in their account for a tagged code will update all codes in a matter of seconds.
  • Regional Geographic Targeting (Phase 1) - In Phase 1 of Regional Geographic Targeting, advertisers that select United States as a target can be presented states and Market Regions within those states. In future upgrades, we'll be expanding Regions to other countries.
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If you have any questions regarding this Software Update Notice, please feel free to ask. We are available via Support Ticket Request, and by Phone.

The Aviation Ad Network
Ad Server Team

The age of a job posting

Job posting dates

There is always a lot of talk about the date an employer first posted a job opening and the time it takes to fill openings.

  • It is a common misconception that all jobs are filled in 30-45 days. The fact is, most jobs go unfilled for more than 180 days due to the lack of qualified candidates. Recruiting qualified candidates is a much more complex problem then most candidates think. Job Seekers stop applying, because they ASSUME the position is filled, and the position goes unfilled for an even longer period of time. In most cases, the older a posting is, the fewer candidates will apply for it.
  • If the posting is still visible in the system, it is there for a reason. You should apply for every position that you are qualified for and interested in.
  • Before developing our Applicant System, we sent a questionnaire to over 7000 participating Avjobs Employers. The request to remove the "Date Posted" field from job postings was unanimous. The average time to fill a vacant position among responders was 204 days. Some even reported that they had the same position open for up to 2 years.

We strongly recommend that you apply, apply, and apply.

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.

Avjobs Open Position Listings

Avjobs connects job seekers across the U.S. with unique career opportunities in the aviation industries. While we publish a wide range of job listings, we have selected a hot job to help get you started. Happy hunting!

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