Online Job Application and Resume Builder

HelpOnline Job Application & Resume Builder Help:

Its Easy!
Each page of the application is self-explanatory and user friendly. Simply fill in the fields and our system will extract the necessary information from your application and produce a complete aviation standard resume.

If you already have a resume saved on your pc, you may copy and paste much of the information into our application. Both the application and resume feature a standard aviation format. Click Save after completing each page, and your resume will be added to our system for Employer viewing.

Save or Submit each page frequently.
In order to avoid losing any information by having the page time-out, be sure to click the Save button at the bottom of each page every 20 minutes or so. You can easily go back to any page to add, modify or delete any information at any time by selecting the appropriate location from the navigation bar on the left hand side of your screen.

You may find that some of the questions on each page do not apply to you. If this is the case, you may leave those fields blank.

There are also fields within the application that you may not necessarily want to show up on your printed resume, even though they may apply. These fields are designed for the Employer and will not show up on your resume. Answering these questions will make it easier for an Employer to find the right candidate for the position available and will only be shown in the application view.

You should periodically click on View Resume to see how your resume looks as you are entering your information.

To stay at the top of the list, make updates or changes to your resume often. The system is setup to sort resumes by the most recent posted. So don't forget to keep your credentials up-to-date and remain at the top of the list when an employer does a search.
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Getting Started:
How long will this take?
The entire process will depend on how extensive your resume credentials are, but on an average it may take 15-30 minutes. You can easily go back to any page to add, modify or delete any information, at any time, by selecting the appropriate location from the navigation bar on the left hand side of your screen.

Aviation Job ApplicationHow do I enter my information?
Each section of your resume will be entered on a separate screen. By simply hitting the Save button at the bottom of each page, you will be walked through to the next screen/section.

Can I copy and paste my existing resume?
Yes, however, we do not recommend that. The resume database was created as a Searchable system to better help employers narrow their search and find the right candidate for the job. But NOT having your information in the appropriate fields you may not come back when an employer is doing a search. If you already have a resume typed into a word processing program you can copy and paste the appropriate information into each field. If you still want to copy and paste your entire resume please paste it into the Career Objective field under the Personal Information section.

What will the employer see?
As you complete each portion of your resume, you can click on the View Resume link located on navigation menu. This is exactly how an employer will see your resume in the resume database. Employers will also have the option to view more detailed information about your resume/application but the initial view will be formatted as a professional aviation related resume.

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Important Information to Know About the Following Pages:

PERSONAL INFORMATION PAGE:
Primary and Additional Job Applied For: If you are only interested in applying for positions in one job category, choose the same category in every box, or choose one in the top box and leave the rest blank.

Provide any other information you feel we should consider regarding your application: Any text typed here will show up directly under your personal information. This is the same as an "Objective", an "Overview" or "Introduction" on your resume.

Special Awards or Honors: Any text typed here will show up above your experience. This section can be used to add any additional licenses or certificates that you would like to show up on your resume.

EMPLOYMENT INFORMATION PAGE:
Although the system will automatically sort your previous positions by date, you should start with your most recent employer, and then continue in descending order. When entering your current position (present employer, student, or military), the date fields may be left blank and the system will automatically default this information to be your present position.

To add additional employment at a later date, simply click on the Job Record link under the Employment heading and then click on Add a New Job. You will also find links to previous positions entered here. To modify any of this information just click on the company name and edit any text on this page.

EDUCATION AND TRAINING PAGE:
Although the system will automatically sort your educational background by date, you should start with the first school you attended, and then continue in ascending order.

PILOT INFORMATION PAGE:
The pilot portion of our resume system was created with the help of 13 different major airlines, and other large aerospace and aviation companies. The information contained on this page was the only pertinent information requested by these companies. Please try to include all of your necessary skills and background information within the provided fields.

MECHANIC INFORMATION PAGE:
Carefully read each line in this section to make you do not miss anything. You must mark your level of experience for each of line that is relative to your experience. If you do not have any experience for the corresponding question, leave it blank. You may go back at any time to change your level of experience as your training continues.

VIEW RESUME:
You should periodically click the View Resume link to see how your resume looks as you are entering your information. Please remember that the information will not show up until you click the Save button after each change is made.

New ResumePRINT RESUME:
To professionally print your resume, click on this link and your resume will open in a new window that is printable (without all of the other information on the page like th navigation menu, header and footer).

One-Click Application Process:
Take advantage of the "One-Click Application Process"! When an employer provides their email address as a way of applying for a particular position, a small icon with the words "Click here to apply" will appear as a part of the positions Job Description. Once you click the button a professional cover letter and link to your resume is automatically sent to the employer. (You must be a resume subscriber and have completed the online application.)

Cover Letters:
You can view a copy of each of the actual cover letters under Your Account Information's personalization settings.

Email Notification:
Many participating employers search this system on a regular basis. You will be notified via email each time an employer views your resume. The system was designed to keep you updated with the number of hits your resume is receiving, and to remind you to keep your credentials current. You can turn this service off under Your Account Information's personalization settings.

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Avjobs.com continues to connect job seekers and HR professionals in the aviation community everyday. We are positive this Online Job Application & Resume Service will do just that.

Avjobs.com retains the right to delete, remove or modify any unacceptable terms or statements and will delete any resume of a Applicant whose account is not in good standing.

Today is a Great Day to Update Your Resume

Note: Avjobs resumes are automatically generated using the information provided in your job application. Keep your professional experience up to date in your job application and our automated system will keep your resume at the top of the list for potential employers. Employer resume search results are sorted by edit date (most current at the top of the list).

Update Your ResumePlease also note the Avjobs job application is composed of 6 sections.  You need to complete all sections for maximum effectiveness and searchability.

  1. Personal Information:
    WHAT EMPLOYERS LOOK FOR IN A RESUME - It's important that your resume be as strong and positive as possible. 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. Help
  2. Employment Summary:
    Although the system will automatically sort your previous positions by date, you should start with your most recent employer, and then continue in descending order. When entering your current position (present employer, student, or military), the date fields may be left blank and the system will automatically default this information to be your present position. Help | View Resume
  3. Military Summary:
    If you served in the armed forces, describe your length of service, branch of service, rank, and discharge and/or reserve status. Employers generally react favorably to military service experience. Help | View Resume
  4. Education & Training Summary:
    Emphasize those skills, the education and training that specifically pertain to the position you're looking for. List the highlights of your education and training that clearly fit the type of skills employers are looking for. Help | VView Resume
  5. Pilot Information:
    The pilot supplement was created with the help of 17 different major airlines, and other large aerospace and aviation companies. The information contained on this page is the only pertinent information requested by these companies. Please try to include all of your necessary skills and background information within the provided fields. This section provides employers with the general overview of your piloting experience, training and background that they request. Be as specific as possible. Provide full and abbreviated names when listing aircraft flow. HelpView Resume
  6. Mechanic Information:
    This area applies to all mechanical experience. Review the skills and equipment listed below to identify the specific skills you possess. For those skills/equipment experience you possess, check the corresponding buttons to indicate your level of expertise. You may come back at any time to change your level of experience as your training continues. Help

Landing Page Elements to Test in Aviation Ad Network for Advertisers

Landing Page Elements to Test in Aviation Ad Network ™ for Advertisers

Your most important Aviation Ad Network ™ job is to test and identify keywords (or lack of keywords) and other elements of your site to make sure you're getting the best response possible from your online traffic. Here are a few suggestions about the best landing page elements to test for these purposes: Landing Page Elements to Test

Headline: Use the results from your ad reports to create different headlines. Proclaim a big benefit, ask a question, start telling a story, make a scary prediction, and so on.

Offer: Do your visitors prefer an e-book, a newsletter, a mini-course, a sales quote, a CD, a return phone call, a cheat sheet, or a suitcase filled with unmarked $100 bills? (Just kidding about the suitcase.)

Location of call to action: Try the call to action on the right or the left, above the scroll, every four paragraphs, and so on.

Graphics: Test different photos of the product. Add a shadow. Make the pictures bigger or smaller. Experiment with removing the header graphic. Try different colors and fonts for text and hyperlinks.

Background color: Try lighter or darker colors, warmer or cooler, with or without repeating background graphics.

Multimedia: Test adding audio or video to your page to orient, instruct, and win over your visitor.

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Aviation Ad Network for Advertisers Campaign-Optimization Tips

Aviation Ad Network ™ for Advertisers Campaign-Optimization Tips

Creating an Aviation Ad Network ™ campaign is easy. The following list details several helpful hints that can save you time and provide an enhanced understanding of your expected results when you're creating an Aviation Ad Network ™ campaign: Advertiser Campaign-Optimization Tips

Separate search partners and publisher network traffic into different campaigns. Keep your traffic streams separate so you can track the visitor value from each stream individually; optimize your sales funnel for each group.

Separate broad, phrase, and exact match types into separate campaigns (or if volume doesn't allow separate ad groups) in order to monitor how differently those ad types perform.

Create tightly focused ad groups with closely related keywords. Avoid sloppy ad groups with thousands of words all pointing to some loosely related ad. Group common desires and mindsets, write targeted ads, and send each to a targeted landing page.

Place underperforming keywords in new ad groups and optimize the ads for those keywords. If one of your top traffic keywords in an ad group is getting a significantly lower CTR than the rest, move it to its own ad group and write an ad with that keyword in the headline (and perhaps in the URL).

Run the same ads both with and without keywords. The reporting section will give you an exact view of the performance of each ad. Use these results to determine if with or without keywords is best for you and your ad goals.

Add long-tail keywords to decrease CPC and increase traffic. Three- and four-word phrases tend to have less competition and represent buyers rather than lookers.

Focus your energy on the changes that will make the biggest difference. Before managing and optimizing your account, sort campaigns, ad groups, and keyword lists by impressions. Start where the most traffic is so your improvements lead to increased or more qualified visitor flow.

Aviation Ad Network for Advertisers: Terms to Know

Aviation Ad Network ™ for Advertisers: Terms to Know

Aviation Ad Network ™ is an advertising revolution. Your ads can be seen by thousands of people searching specifically for what you have, and you pay nothing until a searcher clicks your ad to visit your website. Boost business by knowing which website elements to test to optimize your ad campaigns; become familiar with Aviation Ad Network ™ jargon; and know how to build the best online ads.Target your ads

campaign: Your ad or set of ads.

ad position: The placement of an ad on publisher pages. Position #1 is at the top of the list.

bid price: The maximum amount of money an advertiser is willing to pay for a click from a given ad.

call to action: Directions within an ad or a web page for the reader to take an action.

ad cloning: A process of testing that yields the highest odds of success.

conversion: A desirable action by a website visitor, including joining a mailing list, buying a product, calling a phone number, or downloading a file.

CPC (cost per click): The amount an advertiser is charged for a single click. Different keywords cost different amounts, depending on competition. You are always 100% in complete control of your costs.

CTR (click-through rate): The number of clicks an ad receives divided by the number of impressions. The higher the CTR, the more effective you should consider the ad.

Display network: Publisher websites including, forums, or blogs that aren't owned by Aviation Ad Network ™, but have Aviation Ad Network ™ for Advertisers ads (also known as Network ads) on them.

impression: The display of an ad on a web page.

landing page: The first webpage shown after an ad is clicked. The page is constructed to appeal to the same desire as the ad.

Permission Marketing: A term we regularly refer to when discussing the Search network, and the fact that someone is actively searching for a solution to a problem.

PPC (pay per click): The advertising model that charges advertisers only when their specific ads are clicked.

Search network: The online network people go to when searching for a solution to a problem they're having.

traffic: The number of visitors to your website.

visitor value: How much money, on average, a single visitor to your website is worth.

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Here's more about how your ads may look and how visitors might see them.

Here's more about how your ads may look and how visitors might see them.
 

 

How your ads may look and how visitors might see themPlease keep in mind, ad creation, content, images and text that you use are all up to you. How your ad actually appears (IAB ad unit guidelines) on the publishers website is determined by the publisher and what best meets their needs. The following are provided as simple examples of how ads may look. Please also remember you may create both text and image based ads at no cost.

There is no requirement on how many or how few ads you create. However publishers may choose to display text only, image only, or both types of ads (random) on their sites. Since creating ads is free and publishers choose the format they want, we recommend that you create a variety of ads and monitor their activity and click through rates to determine their success. There is no difference in price or cost for text or images based ads so try both. In fact we encourage you to try variations both to determine what works best for you.

You can also view "Real", "Live " ads on the Aviation Ad Network ™ home page, and our company blog.