After creating an account a job seekers gains access to nearly 200 pages of top-shelf aviation industry employment information, including interviews with industry veterans. The guidance and advice is invaluable.
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Seattle, WA (PRWEB) November 08, 2006
It's no secret that many U.S. airlines have fallen upon financial hard times, but aviation security and safety concerns have created jobs that the industry cannot fill. AirlineJobFinder is a new feature-rich website that allows job seekers access aviation industry job postings, create a profile, browse hundreds of employer profiles, and learn about airline careers and other aviation industry jobs. AirlineJobFinder is a subsidiary of M&L Research, the leading provider of industry-specific job search and hiring solutions.
"AirlineJobFinder goes beyond the traditional online 'job board.' Of course, we enable users to easily publish resumes and cover letters and to view current job postings. Then we take it a step beyond by packaging those features with comprehensive aviation industry information," says Kevin Lutgarten, Vice President of AirlineJobFinder. "After creating an account a job seekers gains access to nearly 200 pages of top-shelf aviation industry employment information, including interviews with industry veterans. The guidance and advice is invaluable."
At the core of AirlineJobFinder is its Job Center. Here registered users establish a detailed personal profile and their post resume and cover letter. They can search and view open jobs and browse hundreds of employer profiles. There's also an extensive collection of original, current information describing aviation oriented careers: flight attendant jobs, airport jobs, aircraft maintenance, airport security screeners, air traffic controllers, federal air marshals, aerospace engineering, and commercial pilot careers. There are nearly 100 unique position descriptions with information about pay, responsibilities, challenges, necessary training, and more.
Job postings are provided by aviation industry hiring managers, who utilize a suite of free tools to help them fulfill human capital needs. The system is additive and does not supplant an employer's primary, in-house employment website. "We think hiring managers want to use our system to raise awareness about their company and reach a broader, targeted audience of job seekers. We provide those things along with a seamless pass-through of prospective applicants to an employer's own application and tracking system," explains Lutgarten.
Employer accounts include unlimited job postings, unlimited use of the Job Seeker Resume Database, and a detailed company profile.
"Our mission with AirlineJobFinder is two fold. There are many people who aspire to work in the aviation industry. We want to show them the broad range of opportunities and convey that it's possible to find work despite what they may have read about the industry being in a downswing. Next, we're working to connect a quality pool of job seekers with hiring managers through an easy-to-use, streamlined system," says Lutgarten. Aviation industry employers and recruiters pay no fees to post jobs; therefore the value proposition is tremendous.
AirlineJobFinder is a private company based in Seattle, Washington and is a subsidiary of M&L Research, which has provided industry-specific employment research and staffing tools since 1986. The company provides AviationCrewFinder, a free staff recruiting solution, to sports industry employers worldwide. AviationCrewFinder provides free web-based recruiting software that allows employers to post open jobs and search detailed candidate profiles, including resumes and cover letters. Employers can preview and begin using AviationCrewFinder by visiting http://www.AviationCrewFinder.com.
Vice President for Recruiting Solutions
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