Avjobs Platinum Partnership

Avjobs Platinum Partnership

 

Platinum Partnership

 

Platinum Partnership

It Pays to Partner

Boost Business with the Power of Partnership

Working together for a win-win relationship!

 

 

 

Become a Platinum Partner

Avjobs Platinum Partnership Program offers:

Quick set up - At will participation - No contracts!

Increased marketing exposure with no cost or ad spend

Improved member acquisition and retention

Provides value add for current and future members

Broaden the reach of your target audience into new market segments

Referral fees on applicant redemptions

Adds value to the overall price element by delivering a higher level of perceived value

Develops loyalty to your organization and membership

Frequently Asked Questions

How do I get started?
Contact a Platinum Partner program manager today at:
303-683-2322.

Why is it free?
The Platinum Partnership is designed to provide added value and rewards to aviation organizations and associations. Its our way of saying "Thank You" for all you do to strengthen and support our industry.

It's free, easy to use and there's no contract required.

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Enable Windows 7 RSS Feed Reader Gadget (How To)

How To Enable Windows 7 RSS Feed Reader Gadget with Aviation Job Information
Windows 7 has a clean and simple RSS (Really Simple Syndication) Reader - Gadget built-in.

The Windows 7 Feed Reader Gadget works great, and it's a pleasant surprise to have the information at your fingertips (or on your desktop) whenever you want it. Although it's not as robust as Google Reader, it's good enough for keeping track of feeds in real-time which can be handy for aviation news or job announcements!

Windows 7 RSS Feed Reader GadgetInternet Explorer that lists your Favorites, Feeds, and History

Unlike the Gadget from Windows Vista, the new Feed Reader does not manage its own list of RSS feeds. Instead feeds are pulled directly from your Internet Explorer Feed Subscriptions. Don't worry if it doesn't make sense yet? We'll take a closer look and show you exactly how to set it up!

How to Manage and Organize Windows 7 Feed Reader

  1. First let's bring the Gadget to the visible desktop. To do this Right-Click any open space on the Desktop. Then Click Gadgets.
    bring the Gadget to the visible desktop
  2. The Gadgets window will appear and look similar to the image below. If you haven't used or installed any Gadgets before you may have less, but the "Feed Headlines" Gadget comes with Windows 7 so you shouldn't have a hard time finding it.
    The Gadgets window
  3. Next, Right-Click the "Feed Headlines" Gadget and then Click Add.
    The Gadgets window
    On your desktop you'll see the feed reader Gadget appear. The feed reader may be blank initially, but should populate with some preconfigured Microsoft information after a short period of time. No worries, we're going to fix that in a minute so we get the aviation news or job announcements we really want.
  4. When you place your mouse over the Gadget you'll see the toolbar for it appear on the right-hand side. Now click the wrench (Options).
    Note: For the dedicated RSS fan, the larger size feature is very handy and makes your RSS feeds much easier to read. (We'll show you that later)
    Gadget toolbar
  5. Now in the Feed Headlines window, click the Display this feed: drop-list menu. If you've never used the Feed Headlines Gadget before, you'll have a pretty limited selection to choose from, and it should look very similar to the image below.
    Display Feed Headlines
    You can select to display all of your subscribed IE feeds, or just one of your favorites. But we really wanted aviation news or job announcements so let's set that up now.
  6. Let's head over to Avjobs.com and subscribe to one of the free RSS Feeds. Open Internet Explorer (is probably already open). Just in case you don't know, Internet Explorer is the Microsoft version of the Web Browser and also comes free with every copy of Windows 7. With Internet Explorer open go to www.avjobs.com
    Go To www.avjobs.com
  7. Once the Avjobs.com site has loaded you can get to your list of RSS Feeds by pressing "CTRL+SHIFT+H". This should open a window on the left side of Internet Explorer that lists your "Favorites", "Feeds", and "History". Click the "Feeds" tab. You should see something pretty similar to the image below.
    Internet Explorer that lists your Favorites, Feeds, and History
  8. Now look for the ORANGE RSS icon or the GREEN Web Slices icon at the top of your browser (it may be located on the left or the right if you have other toolbars installed). You can pick whatever you like, but for now, let's click on "Avjobs – Live Job Feed"
    the ORANGE RSS icon or the GREEN Web Slices icon
  9. The next page you see should look something like the image below. The important part to pay attention to for now is the Yellow box at the top.
    RSS Feed Page
  10. In the Yellow box click "Subscribe to this feed"
    Subscribe to this feed
  11. Now we need to go back to your list of RSS Feeds. Click the "Feeds" tab. You should see something pretty similar to the image below.
    Internet Explorer that lists your Favorites, Feeds, and History
  12. Now let's place your mouse over the Feed Headlines Gadget on the desktop and click the wrench (Options) to reopen the feed selection dialogue again.
    Note: This may still be open from earlier in the set up process. If it is, just click "Cancel" in the bottom right corner and then click the wrench (Options) to reopen the feed selection dialogue again. Now you should see "Avjobs, Inc. (Avjobs.com) last 50 posts." In the list. Click it, and then click "OK".
    Display Feed Headlines
  13. All done! Your Windows 7 Feed Reader Gadget should be full of aviation job announcements directly from Avjobs.com. We have lots of other aviation specific feeds available too. So why not set them all up?
    Well, it's up to you, but now you know how to do it and have the information at your fingertips (or on your desktop) whenever you want it.
    Note: For the dedicated RSS fan, the larger size feature is very handy and makes your RSS feeds much easier to read.
    Windows 7 RSS Feed Reader Gadget with aviation job announcementsWindows 7 RSS Feed Reader Gadget with aviation job announcements - Large View

General Resume Tips

WHAT EMPLOYERS LOOK FOR IN A RESUME
It's important that your resume be as strong and positive as possible. An incomplete resume tells employers that you are not serious about yourself. And if you are not serious about yourself, you are probably not serious about the job you are eyeing, either.

With your resume before them, employers can visualize how you will operate within the framework of their corporation, and how your skills and abilities will be utilized in the future development of the company. Make yourself fit the job.

A concise, error-free resume will add a professional, organized touch to your "paperwork" presentation. A resume also comes in handy if there is special information you want the interviewer to know but cannot find an appropriate place on the company application to list these important facts. Writing your own resume and completing company applications can be relatively "pain free" if you spend the time to collect all the information you need BEFORE beginning the writing process. This information has been provided to help you in composing both your resume and specific company applications. This information is a standard part of our Resume Builder System

POINTS TO REMEMBER

  • It is best if your resume is one page
  • Have your resume professionally printed
  • Use white or light ivory colored paper, 25lb., 100% cotton weight. Use the same paper for your resume, cover letter and reference sheet
  • Do not put the word "resume" on your resume
  • Do not include references on your resume. References should be on a separate sheet
  • Do not leave employment gaps of more than 2 months
  • Basically list only your "adult work history". If you worked during high school or college, list your descriptions under EDUCATION and place it after the listing of your degrees and/or course work title

    EXAMPLE - B.S. in Aviation Management from Metropolitan State College. To assist with college and flight training expenses worked all four years as a fueler/airplane scheduler/ground instructor for local FBO

    You may title your separate sections whatever you please (i.e., Work History could be Experience, Employment History, etc.).

    No matter what titles you choose every resume should include:
    Flight Time/Certifications/Ratings, Employment History, Education

    Individualized sections may include:
    Specialized Training, Community Involvement, Interests, Honors/Awards

    You may list your PERSONAL INFORMATION (birth date, height/weight, etc.) but it is not necessary

    APPLICATIONS

  • It is important that your application is presented as professionally as possible
  • Remember, this information is a representation of YOU on paper
  • Unless it specifically states to "PRINT" or unless you have incredibly fine penmanship it is much easier to read if it is typed
  • Leave no blank spaces. If a question is not applicable to you write "N/A"

    The company application will be the primary information source for the interviewer. For this reason it is important to use all available space on the application to point out any special traits or experiences you may possess. Many applications ask questions such as "Is there any other information you would like us to take into consideration?" Use this space to sell yourself!

    For example: if there has been no place on the application to list you community involvement, or no opportunity to discuss your college scholarships or military flying awards this type of question would be the place to briefly list these facts.

    You should also take a look at our 15 Tips for Writing Winning Resumes

    Resume Guidelines
    The thought of writing a resume intimidates job hunters needlessly before their search has even begun. Remember, a resume is merely a capsule summary of your history; you are on your most familiar turf. Your resume should provide enough information in an easy-to-read format to interest potential employers without inundating them with irrelevant details. Before putting pen to paper, you need to think about what you have accomplished, where you are headed and how you want to represent yourself. Your resume is intended to be a verbal picture of you, designed both to give an employer your factual data and to create and leave a favorable impression. It connects you, the prospective employee, with the employer, so it must be written in a language commonly understood by both. The Avjobs Resume Builder does just that.

    We could throw some frightening statistics at you, like employers spend less than a minute screening a resume and then discard 95-99% of those screened. Rather than become discouraged by such ominous numbers, however, recognize the importance of attracting the employer's interest through a concise, attractive content and presentation. It is crucial that your resume reflects your personality and individuality, yet there are general principles which should serve as guidelines regardless of your choice of format or style. It is also important to remember that resumes may be "general" (useful for seeking positions in a variety of career fields) or "job specific" (a stated objective is usually present at the beginning of this type of resume). Resumes that are job specific tend to get the best results.

AIM is Hiring- Junior Mechanic - Inspector-Technician

AIM is an FAA/EASA certified, Part 145 Repair Station offering top case repairs, blend borescope, borescope inspections, engine records review and preservation.

Job Functions:

Aircraft/engine inspector to report to MRO Chief Inspector. Will be groomed to perform maintenance functions, to include monitoring MPA runs, accomplishing borescope inspections, top case repairs, borescope blending and engine preservation.

Skills/Attributes:

Ability to read/understand FAA regulations, airworthiness directives, technical literature, and Aircraft/Engine manuals. Must have good communication skills, and work well under pressure. Must demonstrate excellent attention to detail. Computer literacy and an ability to create Customer-friendly reports. A willingness to travel and work extended hours is essential.

Education/Experience:

High school diploma or equivalent required. Aircraft and Powerplant license or Associates degree preferred.
On-the-Job Training will be provided.

Salary and benefits are negotiable and experience-dependent.Please reference Avjobs when applying for this position.

Please send your resume to the following email address: jparavano@aimfaamro.com
 
Visit our website for more company information: www.aimfaamro.com
 
Contact Jacqui Paravano at (520) 399-6489 for more information.
 
Only serious applicants need apply.
Please reference Avjobs when applying for this position.

A&P Mechanic Salaries, Wages and Pay

Aircraft Mechanic Salary - A and P Mechanic Salaries, Wages and Pay

Avjobs.com is your source for up-to-date Aircraft Mechanic and all other aviation industry "New Hire" salary, wage, and pay information. Avjobs.com also provides, job posting information for Aviation Companies worldwide. These pages contain current salaried & hourly "New Hire" earnings as reported by participating aviation employers. This is what aviation employers are offering to new hire employees today.

Overview of Salaried Aviation Career Rates, Wages and Pay as of 5/29/2012

Career/Industry Group 

 

Minimum Salary 

 

Average Salary 

 

Maximum Salary 

Aerospace 

 

$50,000.00 

 

$76,648.00

 

$150,000.00 

Air Ambulance 

 

$55,000.00 

 

$67,500.00

 

$80,000.00 

Airport 

 

$39,667.00 

 

$83,043.83

 

$160,000.00 

AP Mechanic 

 

$35,698.00 

 

$59,400.29

 

$93,400.00 

Avionics 

 

$35,698.00 

 

$63,445.50

 

$95,000.00 

Business Development 

 

$70,000.00 

 

$160,000.00

 

$250,000.00 

Cargo 

 

$32,000.00 

 

$42,595.00

 

$67,000.00 

Corporate 

 

$60,000.00 

 

$67,500.00

 

$75,000.00 

Customer Relations 

 

$38,000.00 

 

$42,000.00

 

$46,000.00 

Customer Service 

 

$38,000.00 

 

$42,000.00

 

$46,000.00 

Engineering 

 

$50,000.00 

 

$74,148.00

 

$110,000.00 

Engineering and Aerospace 

 

$57,000.00

 

$63,500.00

 

$70,000.00 

Executive 

 

$130,000.00 

 

$145,000.00

 

$160,000.00 

Fabrication 

 

$35,698.00 

 

$48,092.00

 

$60,486.00 

Facilities Maintenance 

 

$39,667.00 

 

$49,584.00

 

$59,501.00 

Finance 

 

$119,554.00 

 

$149,627.00

 

$179,700.00 

Flight Crew

 

$24,000.00 

 

$47,000.00

 

$70,000.00 

Flight Operations 

 

$32,900.00 

 

$44,365.00

 

$55,830.00 

Graphics Arts 

 

$40,000.00 

 

$42,500.00

 

$45,000.00 

Ground Operations 

 

$32,000.00 

 

$32,000.00

 

$32,000.00 

Helicopter 

 

$35,698.00 

 

$52,796.00

 

$60,486.00 

Information Technology

 

$120,000.00 

 

$130,000.00

 

$140,000.00 

Line Services 

 

$30,000.00 

 

$33,000.00

 

$36,000.00 

Maintenance 

 

$35,698.00 

 

$54,747.60

 

$88,100.00 

Management 

 

$31,200.00 

 

$77,752.16

 

$250,000.00 

Manufacturing Fabrication 

 

$50,000.00 

 

$67,500.00

 

$85,000.00 

Manufacturing Operations 

 

$20,000.00 

 

$80,000.00

 

$140,000.00 

Marketing 

 

$40,000.00 

 

$42,500.00

 

$45,000.00 

Mechanical and Structural Engineering 

 

$50,000.00 

 

$55,000.00

 

$60,000.00 

Pilot-Fixed Wing 

 

$24,000.00 

 

$48,166.67

 

$70,000.00

Pilot-Rotary Wing 

 

$55,000.00 

 

$67,500.00

 

$80,000.00 

Product Support Leadership 

 

$120,000.00 

 

$130,000.00

 

$140,000.00 

Professional 

 

$24,000.00 

 

$55,500.00

 

$80,000.00 

Program Management 

 

$38,000.00 

 

$42,000.00

 

$46,000.00 

Purchasing 

 

$30,000.00

 

$35,000.00

 

$40,000.00 

Quality Assurance 

 

$45,000.00 

 

$62,500.00

 

$80,000.00 

Quality Control 

 

$40,000.00 

 

$48,750.00

 

$55,000.00 

Sales Marketing 

 

$38,000.00 

 

$97,833.33

 

$350,000.00 

Scheduling 

 

$32,900.00 

 

$44,365.00

 

$55,830.00 

Specialized

 

$36,130.00 

 

$58,470.00

 

$88,100.00 

Supply Chain Management 

 

$30,000.00 

 

$35,000.00

 

$40,000.00 

Technical 

 

$45,760.00 

 

$93,367.50

 

$140,000.00 

Technical Support 

 

$39,380.00 

 

$53,190.00

 

$67,000.00 

Technical Writer 

 

$45,000.00 

 

$47,500.00

 

$50,000.00

Technician 

 

$35,698.00 

 

$48,474.00

 

$61,200.00 

Training 

 

$36,130.00 

 

$48,665.00

 

$61,200.00 

Accounting 

 

$39,671.00 

 

$66,849.33

 

$98,076.00 

Administration 

 

$35,000.00 

 

$66,197.00

 

$96,636.00 

Aerospace 

 

$60,000.00 

 

$73,333.33

 

$90,000.00 

Aircraft Mechanic

 

$38,881.00 

 

$56,737.68

 

$67,368.79 

Aircraft Technicians 

 

$18,000.00 

 

$42,831.70

 

$70,000.00 

Airport 

 

$24,856.00 

 

$86,212.00

 

$150,000.00 

Analyst 

 

$49,124.00 

 

$71,111.88

 

$98,000.00 

AP Mechanic 

 

$18,000.00 

 

$50,918.29

 

$79,114.00 

Avionics

 

$39,380.00 

 

$64,260.00

 

$100,000.00 

Cargo 

 

$30,350.00 

 

$46,902.50

 

$67,700.00 

Charter 

 

$40,000.00 

 

$40,000.00

 

$40,000.00 

Clerical 

 

$30,000.00 

 

$35,000.00

 

$40,000.00 

Computer 

 

$30,350.00 

 

$60,574.75

 

$80,000.00 

Contracts and Pricing 

 

$70,512.00

 

$88,140.00

 

$105,768.00 

Dispatch 

 

$28,000.00 

 

$45,710.00

 

$75,100.00 

Electrical Engineering 

 

$65,000.00 

 

$81,410.00

 

$100,000.00 

Engineering 

 

$40,000.00 

 

$67,150.70

 

$130,000.00 

Engineering & Aerospace 

 

$40,000.00 

 

$71,944.44

 

$200,000.00

Engineering and Aerospace 

 

$50,000.00 

 

$75,000.00

 

$100,000.00 

Executive 

 

$110,000.00 

 

$135,000.00

 

$160,000.00 

Fabrication 

 

$28,310.00 

 

$38,658.50

 

$49,007.00 

Finance 

 

$39,671.00 

 

$66,849.33

 

$98,076.00 

Finance & Accounting 

 

$49,326.00 

 

$56,305.50

 

$63,285.00 

Finance Pricing 

 

$49,124.00 

 

$61,404.50

 

$73,685.00 

Flight Operations 

 

$39,380.00 

 

$45,960.00

 

$52,540.00 

Flight Operations Pilot 

 

$43,240.00 

 

$59,170.00

 

$75,100.00 

Government 

 

$70,512.00 

 

$79,675.50

 

$105,768.00 

Ground Operations

 

$23,774.40 

 

$30,016.14

 

$45,115.20 

Helicopter 

 

$28,310.00 

 

$59,831.55

 

$105,768.00 

Industrial Engineering 

 

$52,237.00 

 

$69,597.50

 

$86,958.00 

Information Technology 

 

$30,350.00 

 

$72,681.83

 

$126,108.00 

Instructor 

 

$16,000.00 

 

$43,793.25

 

$71,500.00

Internships 

 

$70,000.00 

 

$72,500.00

 

$75,000.00 

It & Communications 

 

$85,000.00 

 

$92,500.00

 

$100,000.00 

Logistics 

 

$49,124.00 

 

$61,404.50

 

$73,685.00 

Maintenance 

 

$28,310.00 

 

$55,030.03

 

$95,000.00 

Management 

 

$31,200.00 

 

$70,479.95

 

$140,000.00

Manufacturing 

 

$52,237.00 

 

$71,532.50

 

$86,958.00 

Mechanical and Structural Engineering 

 

$45,000.00 

 

$63,846.00

 

$98,076.00 

Office & Administrative 

 

$50,000.00 

 

$57,500.00

 

$65,000.00 

Other 

 

$35,000.00 

 

$40,500.00

 

$45,000.00 

Pilot-Fixed Wing

 

$40,000.00 

 

$88,785.71

 

$130,000.00 

Pilot-Rotary Wing 

 

$45,000.00 

 

$68,682.00

 

$79,114.00 

Product Support 

 

$30,000.00 

 

$35,000.00

 

$40,000.00 

Production Control 

 

$45,000.00 

 

$50,000.00

 

$55,000.00 

Professional 

 

$40,000.00 

 

$51,360.50

 

$75,100.00

Program Management 

 

$50,698.00 

 

$161,303.34

 

$325,000.00 

Project Program Management 

 

$45,000.00 

 

$62,500.00

 

$80,000.00 

Public Affairs 

 

$63,732.00 

 

$71,340.00

 

$78,948.00 

Quality Assurance 

 

$36,088.00 

 

$51,712.91

 

$85,000.00 

Quality Control 

 

$35,000.00

 

$45,855.00

 

$65,000.00 

Sales & Marketing 

 

$55,000.00 

 

$65,833.33

 

$80,000.00 

Sales Marketing 

 

$28,000.00 

 

$43,500.00

 

$70,000.00 

Security 

 

$60,000.00 

 

$60,000.00

 

$60,000.00 

Software Engineering 

 

$71,211.00 

 

$71,211.00

 

$71,211.00 

Specialized

 

$35,600.00 

 

$65,431.00

 

$105,768.00 

Technical 

 

$35,000.00 

 

$56,557.50

 

$98,076.00 

Technical Support 

 

$30,350.00 

 

$47,309.00

 

$67,700.00 

Test and Evaluation Engineering 

 

$65,000.00 

 

$72,500.00

 

$80,000.00 

Training 

 

$35,698.00 

 

$52,303.00

 

$62,000.00

Transport & Logistics 

 

$76,946.00 

 

$90,153.00

 

$103,360.00 

Wages vary from company to company, region to region, and even state to state. Wages can even be different within the same company based on location or even seniority (length of employ/union rules). Alternatively, the amount earned after five (5) years or more is often much different than what you earn in the first year. Use these pages to discover the reality of "First Year Earnings" in the aviation industry. Aircraft Mechanic Salary

The aviation industry offers career opportunities to suit many interests and backgrounds. As aviation remains an integral part of our society, there is still a growing need for qualified personnel. Avjobs Aviation Career Salary, Wages and Pay provides this look at salaries, wages and pay in aviation the aviation industry for you as you plan for your future.

Thousands of positions like these are available in full detail in our Applicant System. Please also Search for an Aviation College, University, Flight School, or Professional Training Facility that best fits your preferences and career goals with Aviation Schools.

Our Aviation Earnings Numbers are provided in a number of different formats to make what you're looking for easy.

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Flight Attendant Training Overview (Airline)

The flight attendant training goal is to develop a professional, self-reliant flight attendant who is focused on customer service, safety and creating an environment where customers definitely desire to fly the airline again.

The Flight Attendant Initial Training Program is designed to provide you with learning experiences that enable you to develop the skills necessary to fulfill this goal.

The training program is structured to be both challenging and satisfying for you. The Training Center staff and instructors are dedicated to provide you the opportunity and support necessary for you to be successful in meeting all key objectives of this program.

Most Training at major air carriers is incorporated over a 6-8-week period that may or may not include a minimum of one day off per week.

During training you may be eligible to receive incentive pay (normally around $1,500). Trainees who are offered an opportunity to enter Phase II training and accept such offer may receive this incentive pay.

The flight attendant trainee must agree to enter Phase II training in order to receive the incentive payment.

During the intensive training program you will be trained through a variety of learning experiences including several training flights or IOE's (Initial Operating Experience). The learning methodologies include:

  • Classroom style lectures
  • Group discussion
  • Interactive Workshops
  • On-line learning
  • Simulated practices with hands-on experience in the cabin trainers
  • Training Flights (IOE's)
  • Videos
  • Formal Assessments (i.e.- testing & quizzes)

Training proceeds at a rapid pace. You are provided with highly effective learning aids and tools to assist you in meeting the challenges of the training process. You will need to take the initiative to adapt these tools to your own learning style.

Your instructors are a team of experienced flight attendants, facilitators, management, interdepartmental trainers, and external subject matter experts. These instructors are assigned to guide your training activities. You will be assigned a supervisor during training. It is his/her responsibility to provide support and monitor your progress throughout training.

All Flight Attendants in training are responsible for their actions. Any unacceptable personal conduct may result in release from the Flight Attendant Initial Training Program at any time.